A VIRTUAL ABUTTERS MEETING – 293 Northampton Street – Parking Garage

A VIRTUAL ABUTTERS MEETING – 293 Northampton Street – Parking GarageTuesday, September 8th / 6 p.m. / 293 Northampton Street Join at 5:45 p.m. for review of how to participate via WebEx Platform  Proposal:  Renewal of the existing Conditional Use permit for the use of existing parking lot. Event Link: bit.ly/293Northampton Event Password:  293Northampton Dial in Options: Continue reading

KIPPY, Pray for the Dead and Fight Like Hell for the Living!

KIPPY, Pray for the Dead and Fight Like Hell for the Living! Dear Neighbors,  Yesterday would have been Kip Tiernan’s 94th birthday, a long time Mass Ave resident in the South end.  Kip, or Kippy, was the founder of Rosie’s Place in 1974 which still operates in the South End.  Rosie’s Place was the FIRST EVERContinue reading

Claremont News – Summer 2020

Claremont News – Summer 2020Claremont Neighborhood Association Advisor, Ann HershfangCNA Advisor, Ann Hershfang and her husband Herb will be moving from their West Rutland Square home at the end of this August after 54 years.  Ann has made countless contributions to our neighborhood and community.  In case you don’t know Ann and Herb they areContinue reading

Meet Franco Campanello

Meet Franco Campanello!People from all over the world marvel at our parks in Boston, and the Southwest Corridor Park is no exception. Every spring and then onward for the rest of the growing season, the park exhibits an exuberance of color, as though by magic! Magic?… Well almost. Thanks to the untiring efforts of local heroContinue reading

“walk through” of the SouthWest Corridor Park with State & City officials on 8/27/2020

CNA participated in a “walk through” of the SWCP with State & City officials on 8/27/2020  Claremont Board members participated with State and City officials Thursday, 8/27, regarding concerns raised about the Southwest Corridor Park’s safety.  The “walk through” purpose was to raise awareness and seek support and improvements from both State and City officials. Continue reading

Whittier Street Health Center Opened Rapid COVID 19 Testing Today – 1290 Tremont Street in Lower Roxbury

• Effective April 13th, 2020, we will be providing rapid testing for COVID19. It will be a drive-thru testing for Whittier and non Whittier patients. You will need to show proof of identity including date of birth. Everyone must schedule an appointment and patients must be at least 18 years of age. There is noContinue reading

Washable & Reusable Face Masks

Dear CNA Residents, We are lucky to have a talented mask maker in the CNA community.  She is just completing masks for the South End Seniors and has the supplies, talent, and determination to make more! These washable & reusable face masks take about a half hour to construct.  If you would like a mask, please respond to this email cnaboston@gmail.comContinue reading

Updated Take Out and Dine In South End

Coronavirus Updates for South End & Bay Village Organizations 4/7

Hi Everyone, With the nicer Spring weather, it may seem tempting to let up but every day we adhere to strict physical distancing guidelines means the difference in the number of lives we can save. I appreciate everyone who is doing their part and I’m grateful for all of you sharing these updates with neighbors.Continue reading

COVID-19 Mayor’s Office Communication

Hi Everyone, I wanted to share with you updates regarding the City of Boston’s response to Coronavius and how it impacts the way we conduct business. I ask that you share this information (including attachments) with others in your respective civic organizations. The most up to date daily information will be shared via boston.gov/coronavirus including factsheets, newContinue reading

Design Review Hearing for approval being held for 566 Columbus Avenue (Harriet Tubman House)

Dear Neighbors, There is Design Review Hearing for approval being held for 566 Columbus Avenue (Harriet Tubman House) by the South End Landmark District Commission (SELDC) on Tuesday March 17th, 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm.  The purpose of the meeting is to review a revised design proposal by New Boston Ventures. The public can offerContinue reading


The Boston Transportation Department invites community members to a series of open houses for the Tremont Street Design Project. Stop by at any time to learn about our current design and to review changes to the curb regulations along Tremont Street. OPEN HOUSE #1 Revolution Hotel 40 Berkeley St Boston, MA 02116 Monday, March 16Continue reading