Monthly Archives: December 2009

Holiday gift giveaway brings cheer to Everett’s older adults

December 30, 2009
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Holiday gift giveaway brings cheer to Everett’s older adults

Be a Santa to a Senior, the popular campaign that delivers hundreds of gifts to seniors in Everett and surrounding towns was again a success in 2009. Home Instead Senior Care of Melrose, along with Johnnie’s Foodmaster, partnered with area senior centers and senior organizations to provide gifts for seniors that might otherwise receive...

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Price scores in final minute to earn 2-2 tie

December 30, 2009
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Meghan Price scored a goal with just 0:57 left on the clock to give the Everett High girls hockey team an exciting and dramatic 2-2 tie with Masconomet Saturday evening. Price’s lamplighter came just eight seconds after EHS head coach Joe McLaughlin pulled goaltender Kristy Welch in favor of a sixth skater. McLaughlin’s strategy...

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Happy New Year

December 30, 2009
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There is no way to know what awaits us before it happens – and so – we watch the coming of 2010 with great interest and hope. The hope is for a healthy, prosperous New Year. The interest is in having a positive year of gains and success in both our personal lives and...

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Obituaries 12-30-2009

December 30, 2009
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Alice Tucker Franklin resident Alice G. (Andrews) Tucker of Franklin, formerly of Mission Hill, died on December 25. The wife of the late George L. Tucker, she was the mother of Lawrence E. Tucker and his wife, Sandra, of Brockton, Thomas F. Tucker and his wife, Victoria, of Mission Hill, Alice “Rainy” DeCoste of...

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Arrest Report

December 30, 2009
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December 22, 2009 Marvin Regil, 29, 26 Second St., Chelsea, was arrested for violation of protective order. December 23, 2009 Carl P. Conway, 45, 55 Staples Ave., Everett, was arrested for shoplifting. December 25, 2009 Joseph Reid, 57, 25 Courtland St., Everett, was arrested for domestic assault and battery. December 26, 2009 Cleber DeSouza,...

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Socket to Ya – Electric rates in Massachusetts are some of the highest in the country

December 17, 2009
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Socket to Ya – Electric rates in Massachusetts are some of the highest in the country

Leaving the porch light on, running an air conditioner at night or using a longer cycle on the clothes dryer are all decisions that, in Massachusetts, will cost more than just about anywhere else in the country. As the cost of everything has risen in the last few years, electricity rates in Massachusetts have...

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Naumann takes over reigns over EHS boys hockey program

December 17, 2009
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The Everett High boys hockey team, under the direction of new head coach Alex Naumann, was set to open its season last night (Tuesday) at Malden Catholic. Naumann has had a successful run the past few years as head coach of the EHS girls hockey team, including state tourney appearances in three of the...

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EHS sports schedule

December 17, 2009
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15 4:30: Boys JV hockey vs. Shawsheen 6:00: Boys varsity hockey at Malden Catholic WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16 7:00: Boys varsity basketball vs. Methuen THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17 4:30: Girls varsity hockey at Lynn English. 6:30 : Boys varsity track vs. Medford FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18 4:00: Boys JV hockey at Cambridge SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19...

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Water bill errors draw ire – Councilors contend that there is a gusher not a trickle of complaints about water bills

December 17, 2009
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While several Councilors did not shoot the messenger on Wednesday night at the Common Council meeting, Water Department employee Fran Sordillo did get an earful about the problems in the billing process. Councilor William Cardello let Sordillo know in no uncertain terms that the billing department and meter reading processes were very inadequate. “A...

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The future is here and for some it doesn’t look promising

December 17, 2009
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A meeting in neighboring Chelsea earlier this week at City Hall drew hundreds of retired city employees and current city employees. The matter at hand was the city’s need to double the amount retired employees pay towards their city financed health insurance. Retired employees were outraged that the city was attempting to raise the...

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