Monthly Archives: December 2010

Looking at Politics

December 29, 2010
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Robert Carreiro It would be hard to find a School Committee member better qualified than Mr. Robert Carreiro to serve as Chairman of the Everett School Committee. A life-long resident of Everett and graduate of Everett High School, Class of 1969, Mr. Carreiro went on to Salem State College, graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree...

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School Committee to Meet January 3rd; To Elect Carreiro Their New Chairman

December 29, 2010
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School Committeman Robert Carreiro is scheduled to become the next Chairman of the Everett School Committee, according to outgoing Chairman Richard Baniewicz, whom he will succeed. Early caucausing among the membership assures his election. Carreiro has served on the School Committee since 2005. He has served as vice-chairman for the past two years. A...

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Markey Will Stay

December 29, 2010
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Key staffer’s exit mere coincidence to Census announcement Congressman Ed Markey has no plans to make an exit from his long-held Congressional seat, staffers said this week. Just as the U.S. Census Bureau was announcing the state’s loss of one Congressman by 2012, a key staffer from Markey’s office also resigned after eight years....

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Out with the Old, in with the New

December 29, 2010
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Another year of our lives is coming to a close. The year is ending not with a bang, but rather, with a whimper, as TS Eliot might have written of it. It was the best of years. It was the worst of years as Charles Dickens might have put it. Mark Twain wrote that...

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Police Blotter 12-29-2010

December 29, 2010
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Monday, December 20 Richard Randall, 65, 66 Woodlawn St., Everett, was arrested for domestic assault and battery. Tuesday, December 21 Tony Nasimento Cardoso, 36, 137 School St., Revere, was arrested for operating motor vehicle with suspended license, speeding, number plate violation, operating unregistered motor vehicle, operating uninsured vehicle, and on a warrant. Changhui Chen,...

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Obituaries 12-29-2010

December 29, 2010
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Marion Lenora Tuck Former Everett resident Marion Lenora (Flight) Tuck, formerly of Middleton, Everett and Punta Gorda, Florida passed away peacefully on December 7 at Radius Healthcare Center in Danvers with her family by her side.  She was 82 years old. The beloved wife of 51 years of the late Lester Tuck, she was...

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La Vigilia; Christmas Eve Means Fish for Local Italian Families

December 22, 2010
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La Vigilia; Christmas Eve Means Fish for Local Italian Families

On Christmas Eve, while little tykes will lay nestled in their beds dreaming of sugar plum fairies and such, many Italian American families will be feasting on fishes. For generations of Italians Christmas Eve has meant the Feast of the Seven Fishes – or in more traditional speak – La Vigilia Di Natale. The...

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Everett Businesses and Homeowners Need to Shovel

December 22, 2010
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Monday’s snowfall was a precursor of much more snow to come during this winter which has just begun. Everett property owners must beware. A state Supreme Court ruling in July regarding slip and fall liability for businesses and homeowners is crystal clear. Shovel your sidewalks or you’ll risk a suit if a pedestrian slips...

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Council Ends Year on Quiet Note

December 22, 2010
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The last meeting for the Common Council on Monday ended without any major discussions.  The Councilors wrapped up their meeting in 30 minutes with the majority of orders concerning donations. The order that needed some action was a measure to establish a Revolving Account for use of the Everett Memorial Stadium.  City Auditor Larry...

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EHS Hockey Teams In Action

December 22, 2010
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The Everett High boys hockey team hosts North Quincy this evening at 8:00 and will host Minuteman Regional next Wednesday, also with an 8:00 face off. The Lady Crimson Tide girls hockey team travels to Marblehead next Wednesday for a 2:30 p.m. encounter.

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