Monthly Archives: September 2011

Honoring Mom

September 28, 2011
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Honoring Mom

Teresa Cavicchi O’Donnell cuts the ribbon to enter the new Parlin School’s science labs.

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Samuel Adams Helps Gula Cake Shop Owners Expand on the American Dream : Loan Program Boosts Growth in Business

September 28, 2011
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Samuel Adams Helps Gula Cake Shop Owners Expand on the American Dream : Loan Program Boosts Growth in Business

The Gula Cake Shop on Clinton Street has built a large following with its fabulous wedding and special occasion cakes, each one a work of baking and culinary art by shop owners Roberto Dos Santos and Lana Garcia. Now thanks to a $5,000 loan from the Samuel Adams Brewing the American Dream philanthropic program,...

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The Mayor’s Race

September 28, 2011
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The mayor’s race here has some very certain and traditional hidden meanings to it. There is what is visible and what is not, what is possible and what is not, what will likely happen and what will not. In boxing terms, Napolitano is a welterweight fighting in the heavyweight division. Taking on the incumbent...

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Aldermen Question $20,000 Expenditure

September 28, 2011
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Where did all the money go? The answer to that question is what President of the Board of Aldermen Michael Marchese wants to ask a member of the Charter Commission about the expenditure of almost $20,000 of city funds. “I want to make sure that the money was well spent,” Marchese told his colleagues...

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Mayor Seeks to Help Residents of Private Way

September 28, 2011
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. introduced legislation this week to provide residents and taxpayers who live on private ways with some needed relief.  The ordinance sets a procedure to allow the city to make temporary repairs on private ways if it is a public necessity. “Residents who live on private ways have long suffered because...

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Police Briefs 09-28-2011

September 28, 2011
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Monday, September 19 Richard Almeida, 22, 25 Baldwin Ave., Everett, was arrested for breaking and entering daytime with intent to commit a crime. Michael Cunningham, 34, 40R Hurd St., Melrose, was arrested for breaking and entering daytime with intent to commit a crime, illegal possession of Class E substance. Maurice Daigle, 43, 30 Dulude...

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Duty, Honor, Courage

September 28, 2011
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Last week, three Everett police officers were awarded Medals of Valor for service beyond and above the call of duty. The Medal of Valor is the police department’s highest honor. The medals were awarded to Officer Richard DiPatrano, Officer Daniel Tucker and Officer Thomas Leyne. DiPatrano and Tucker received their medals for actions they...

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Seven Weeks Remaining

September 28, 2011
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Approximately seven weeks remain until Election Day. If you are an Everett voter, you should be carefully considering the choice you will make on Election Day. This time around, it is an especially important choice with the possible charter change on the ballot leading nearly all other names or items of interest on the...

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The Red Sox

September 28, 2011
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They are 6-19 in September and are coming as close to facing an end as the Patriots did last Sunday with three seconds to go in the game. Some have suggested that if Red Sox management paid more money to the players that they might have more incentive to win. We don’t think so....

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Sports 09-28-2011

September 28, 2011
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Awesome… and getting better Everett rolls to 35-0 win over St. John’s Prep The Everett High School football team, ranked No. 1 in the state by both Boston newspapers, has been simply awesome through the first three weeks of the season. After conquering foes from central Mass. (Leominster) and western Mass. (Springfield Central), the Tide...

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