Monthly Archives: July 2010

Everett Police recover drugs and guns in warrant search

July 20, 2010
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Everett Police recover drugs and guns in warrant search

The Everett Police Special Criminal Investigation Unit along with the ATF State Police, Somerville Police and Middlesex Sheriff’s Department executed a search warrant at 32 Parker St. in the early morning of July 19. This was the result of information developed over several months of investigation for possibly drug dealing at that location. Entry...

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Eagle Bank Donates $5,000 to Bread of Life

July 20, 2010
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Eagle Bank Donates $5,000 to Bread of Life

On July 14, Christine Falzarano (pictured left), Vice President and CRA officer of Eagle Bank, presented Gabriella Snyder Stelmack, Special Projects Coordinator for Bread of Life, with a check for $5,000 to support Bread of Life’s mission to help the hungry and homeless. Founded in 1980, Bread of Life provides free meals, a food...

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National Night Out Tuesday August 3rd

July 20, 2010
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. and the Everett Police Department invite all businesses, citizens, civic groups, organizations, and local officials to participate in Everett’s Seventh Annual National Night Out – America’s Night Out against crime. This year’s event will take place on Tuesday, August 3, at the Everett Recreation Center from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m....

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Everett swimmers excel for the SandSharks

July 20, 2010
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Three Everett youths are competing for the Revere SandSharks Swim Club this summer. Nine-year-old Alyssa Schastny, 11-year-old Kaya Small, and her nine-year-old sister, Ilyana Small have been training for their first swim meet of the season scheduled for Thursday at the Dorchester Boys and Girls Club. The team, consisting of 25 boys and girls,...

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Bike path a big boost

July 20, 2010
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s willingness to support a Community Development effort to create a bike path for Everett residents is a giant leap forward for residents of this city who feel intimidated by automobile traffic and would like to have a place of their own to ride their bicycles. He is ordering that a bicycle...

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Arrest Report 07-20-2010

July 20, 2010
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Monday, July 12 Fausto Sierra, 30, 49 Everett St., Everett, was arrested for distribution of Class B (2 counts), in possession with intent to distribute near school (3 counts). Tuesday, July 13 Salvatore Giardina, 28, 57 Cottage St., Everett, was arrested for domestic assault and battery. William Pendergast, 50, Commorant St., was arrested on...

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Obituaries 07-20-2010

July 20, 2010
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Lillian Bacigalupo Somerville resident Lillian M. (Cirello) Bacigalupo of Somerville died on July 16. She was the beloved wife of the late Frank Bacigalupo; loving mother of Ann C. Gillespie and her husband, Francis, of Stoneham and Frank Bacigalupo of Everett; sister of Charles Cirello of Florida and Natalie Lutkus of Canton. She is...

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Hanlon announces officially for Representative seat

July 14, 2010
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Hanlon announces officially for Representative seat

Former mayor and city clerk John Hanlon has officially announced his candidacy for the Everett representative’s seat now held by Representative Stephen Smith. He will be facing Smith in the September primary. Hanlon told the Independent that he will be running a strong, well funded, multi-faceted campaign in the effort to unseat Smith. “I...

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Charter Commision gets nod to proceed – State approves review of Everett’s system of government

July 14, 2010
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The City’s Charter Study Commission now is official in the eyes of the State.  After hitting a roadblock, City and State elected officials acted swiftly to remedy the problem and keep the process moving forward.  “We’ve been working right along and this act by the Commonwealth removes a major hurdle that threatened to slow...

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DiDomenico spent less in Special Election, still won

July 14, 2010
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Though State Senator Sal DiDomenico (D-Everett) took home the Senate seat in last spring’s Special Election, he did not spend the most to get it. New figures out last week from the state Office of Campaign and Political Finance (OCPF) showed that DiDomenico spent about $20,000 less than his next highest challenger, Tim Flaherty....

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