Monthly Archives: April 2010

Senator elected; new race underway

April 21, 2010
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Senator elected; new race underway

No sooner had Everett City Councilor Sal DiDomenico defeated his main rival Cambridge Attorney Tim Flaherty to win the special senate primary election to fill the seat left vacant by former Senator Anthony Galluccio, Flaherty announced that he would be running in the September primary for the senate seat, again. DiDomenico’s 120-vote victory in...

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McGrath shines on the mound in 3-2 win over Dennis-Yarmouth

April 21, 2010
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McGrath shines on the mound in 3-2 win over Dennis-Yarmouth

The Everett High baseball team pulled out an exciting 3-2 win at Dennis Yarmouth in 10 innings in a Patriots Day game on Monday. Shawn McGrath was the starting pitcher for the Crimson Tide and hurled what EHS head coach Joe Marchese termed “the best game of his varsity career,” as Shawn tossed eight...

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Citywide spring cleanup set for May 15

April 21, 2010
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Special to the Independent With April showers putting the halt to the Citywide clean-up last weekend, Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr., the Everett Beautification Committee, Everett Kiwanis, and Recylebank have rescheduled Cleanup Day to Saturday May 15, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. This year’s clean-up will primarily focus on cleanup of area parks and...

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Congratulations Sal

April 21, 2010
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Last week’s special election produced a new state senator for and from Everett – Sal DiDomenico. We congratulate Sal on his campaign. We congratulate the voters of Everett for getting out and voting. In a close race, the Everett vote was the whole difference, and then some. Again, our best wishes go to senator-elect...

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The cruel irony in politics

April 21, 2010
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Sal DiDomenico won the special election – the first big battle – but Cambridge Attorney Tim Flaherty may win the war. Flaherty is already collecting signatures for a senate primary run in September. DiDomenico is also gathering signatures for the same effort. There is no rest for the weary and these two are ready...

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Everett’s Big Bellies

April 21, 2010
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The city has rolled out the Big Belly barrels that are solar powered, immune from the elements and closed off to rodents. Many of you will notice them in various parts of the city where they have been deployed. The mayor has shown great vision in purchasing these barrels. Since they are trash compactors...

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Syblis wins 100 & 200 Bailey also double winner

April 21, 2010
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Ian Syblis and Ken Bailey were double winners for the Everett High boys track team in their meet with Malden last week. Syblis captured both sprint events, speeding to victory in the 100 dash in 11.6 seconds and then doing likewise in the 200 in 23.5. Bailey was the master of the throwing events,...

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Kernan wins mile and two mile in Malden meet

April 21, 2010
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Everett High sophomore Maeve Kernan pulled off an unusual double victory by capturing both the mile and two mile events in last week’s meet with Malden. Maeve ran a 6:22.1 in the mile and posted a time of 14:12.1 to capture the two mile event. “Maeve’s time was a bit off her usual performance...

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Softball team drops two close contests

April 21, 2010
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The Everett High softball dropped a pair of close encounters with non league rivals Swampscott and Marblehead this past week. Michelle Zullo was the headline star for the Lady Crimson Tide in a 3-2 defeat to Swampscott in 10 innings last Tuesday. Michelle went all 10 frames, fanning nine enemy batters while walking only...

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Arrest Report 04-21-2010

April 21, 2010
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Sunday, April 11 Dominic Cogliano, 39, 52 Evans St., Medford, was arrested for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Justin Cullinane, 19, 19 Church St., Hyde Park, MA, was arrested for larceny of property over $250. Robinson Dos Santos, 36, 30 Hancock St., Malden, was arrested for operation of motor vehicle while unlicensed,...

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