Monthly Archives: March 2011

TEASA students attend State House Rally

March 30, 2011
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TEASA students attend State House Rally

Five Everett High School students and members Teens in Everett Against Substance Abuse (TEASA) last week joined more than 200 youths from across the Commonwealth at an anti-tobbaco rally at the State House. The students met with State Senator Sal DiDomenico for more than a half-hour and discussed ways in which the tobacco industry...

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Public Hearing will Focus on Charter Review

March 30, 2011
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Everett Independent Staff A major public hearing is being held Wednesday evening starting at 7 p.m. at city hall council chamber to hear from Everett residents about their views on the preliminary report recently released by the Charter Review Committee. After many months of research and study the Charter Review Committee has come up...

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Jason Marcus Acquitted in Sexual Assault Case

March 30, 2011
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After three years of trials and tribulations in the court system Councilor Jason Marcus was acquitted of charges that he groped an Everett salon owner after receiving a haircut in the days following Thanksgiving 2008. The acquittal came last week after a three-day trial in Malden District Court. Thus ended a series of events...

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Ed Markey Gaining Stature, Power after all these Years

March 30, 2011
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When Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria went down to Washington recently to a conference as part of the National League of Cities Congressional City Conference the agenda was job creation and economic growth. As most of us are all too aware, the recession and even the post-recession era is dogging us with high unemployment, and...

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Mayor’s Trip to D.C. was Productive

March 30, 2011
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As for Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s trip, it is good for the mayor of Everett to travel to Washington D.C. In his case, he was trying to sell congressmen and anyone who would listen on the city’s money needs and its infrastructure needs. He was making the good effort for Block Grant money (which the...

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Radiation

March 30, 2011
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Radiation from the Japanese nuclear reactors has already been detected in the rain falling over New England. We are told there is nothing whatsoever to worry about. Can we believe such statements? Is there nothing whatsoever to worry about if we detect radiation in our rain? We don’t think so and you shouldn’t either.

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Police Briefs 03-29-2011

March 30, 2011
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Tuesday, March 22 Tony McKoy, 21, Homeless, Dorchester, was arrested for armed robbery. Ramon Pagan, 49, Homeless, was arrested on protective custody. Victor Ware, 22, 5 Chelsea Pl., Everett, was arrested for armed robbery. Wednesday, March 23 Jennifer DosSantos, 28, 42 McNulty Ct., Charlestown, was arrested on a warrant. Gerry Girauld, 26, 28 Temple...

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Obituaries 03-29-2011

March 30, 2011
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Liberata Antonetta Beatrice Revere resident Liberata Antonetta (Grieci) Beatrice of Revere died on March 26. She was the beloved wife of the late Attilio Beatrice; devoted mother of Lucy Cefalo and her husband,  Joseph,  Matilda “Tillie” Delvecchio and her husband,  Michael,  all of Saugus; dear sister of Palmina Eastwood of Everett and is also survived by...

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Parlin School Students Visit MIT

March 23, 2011
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Parlin School Students Visit MIT

Parlin School sixth graders enjoyed an exciting day of learning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology earlier this month, courtesy of Science from Scientists, a Boston-based non-profit that strives to improve science and technology awareness in fourth through eighth graders. During their field trip, the Parlin students toured MIT, experiencing a vivid snapshot of...

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Denise Hanlon Will Take Part in EEFI Program

March 23, 2011
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Denise Hanlon Will Take Part in EEFI Program

Special to the Independent The head of Everett’s pre-school program will attend a statewide forum sponsored by Community Advocates for Young Learners  (CAYL) designed to help teachers expand their core knowledge in early childhood education. Denise Hanlon, the lead teacher at the Adams School, which provides free pre-school education to children throughout the district,...

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