Monthly Archives: May 2010

Plenty of firsts for boys track team

May 19, 2010
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Although the Everett High boys track team came out on the short end of an 80-43 decision to Cambridge last week, a number of Crimson Tide came through with first place finishes in their individual events. Braythener Machado won the 400 intermediate hurdles in a time of 1:32; David Lima captured the 400 meter...

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Track girls do well in meet with Cambridge

May 19, 2010
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The Everett High girls track team turned in a number of fine performances in their meet last week against Cambridge. Maeve Kernan once again was a double winner for the Lady Crimson Tide with dual victories in the two mile in 13:03, a personal record that also is the best in the GBL this...

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Arrest Report 05-19-2010

May 19, 2010
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Monday, May 10 Joyce Currie, 43, 99 Clarence St., Everett, was arrested for distribution of Class E drug, possession with intent to distribute near school zone. Tuesday, May 11 Jamal Brisbon, 17, 126 Fremont Ave., Everett, was arrested for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Wednesday, May 12 Angel Rivera, 36, 167 Center...

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Obituaries 05-19-2010

May 19, 2010
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Ruth Rogers, 65 Chelsea resident Ruth E. (Thomas) Rogers, a lifelong resident of Chelsea, died at the Whidden Memorial Hospital in Everett on May 15 shortly after arriving in the emergency room. She was 65 years old. The devoted wife of Charles G. Rogers, she was the beloved mother of Eldora Kitchen of New...

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It’s now official: DiDomenico elected to State Senate

May 12, 2010
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Everett’s Sal DiDomenico won a resounding victory throughout the sprawling Middlesex, Suffolk and Essex District during light voting in the Tuesday special election finale. He now officially becomes Senator-elect DiDomenico. DiDomenico won by a huge margin. Senate President Therese Murray said she’d set DiDomenico’s swearing in soon – and maybe as early as Friday....

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Startling revelations : result of public school bullying survey

May 12, 2010
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A district wide survey on bullying answered by nearly everyone attending local public schools in grades 3-12, reveals that 57% of the school children in this city have been bullied at one time or another. In addition, 66% of those claiming to have been bullied said they reported it to a teacher, while 43%...

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Everett man charged in murder investigation

May 12, 2010
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Local police with the aid of state police scored an incredible turnaround in the murder investigation into the shooting death of David King last week. Everett Police Chief Steven Mazzie told the Independent Tuesday, “We’ve got our man.” The Everett Police Investigation Unit led by Captain Robert Bon Tempo, conducted rigorous police work using...

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EHS baseball team wins in dramatic fashion

May 12, 2010
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Yogi Berra coined the phrase, “It ain’t over ‘til it’s over,” about 55 years ago. It’s a sports maxim that has proven true time and time again. Last Tuesday proved to be one of those occasions for the Everett High baseball team as they faced a 5-3 deficit with two outs and nobody on...

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We agree with the mayor

May 12, 2010
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During the recent water crisis, Everett’s reverse 911 system failed to meet the high standard this city sets on public safety. Not everyone could be notified – and the vast bulk of those notified in the end, received their call 72 hours after the disaster occurred. Obviously, such a system working so slowly and...

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Investigation unit in a big victory

May 12, 2010
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Homicides that occur here are all tragedies – and they are all difficult to solve. Local police swing into action and do their best and sometimes, they score a big victory against crime and against those who perpetrated the crime. Such is the case with the Everett Police Criminal Investigations Unit. This team went...

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