Monthly Archives: April 2012

Monumental Move Starts Construction Season

April 25, 2012
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Monumental Move Starts Construction Season

“The Hiker,” Everett’s long­standing monument to com­memorate the Spanish Ameri­can War was moved to a new home at Werner Park in North Everett to clear a path for the new 9/11 Memorial in Everett Square. Crews from Marchese Construction were on hand to move the bronze statue and the 10,000lb base. With the move,...

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Montelus Selects Notre Dame: EHS Football Standout Accepts Division 1 Scholarship Offer to Play for the Fighting Irish

April 25, 2012
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Montelus Selects Notre Dame: EHS Football Standout Accepts Division 1 Scholarship Offer to Play for the Fighting Irish

Everett High football standout John Montelus has given a verbal commitment to attend the University of Notre Dame in 2013. Montelus, a 6-feet-5-inch, 315-pound All-Scholastic junior lineman, made his decision after traveling by car to the ND campus in South Bend, Indiana this past weekend with Everett line coach Mike Milo. Montelus attended the...

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Illegal Car Repairs Causing Public Concerns

April 25, 2012
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The owner and manager of Carlos’ Used Cars/Repairs Shop at 67 Rear Chelsea Street appeared before the Board of Aldermen to discuss the questionable operation of their business and activities taking place on their property. There are three mechanics including the owner, and a sales and office-person. For years, some Everett residents have been...

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Mayor Submits Capital Improvement Package

April 25, 2012
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In accordance with the new City Charter, Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. officially submitted a capital improvement package to the City Council. The City Council will officially hold a public hearing on Monday, May 7th to hear favorable or unfavorable responses from the community at large. Copies of the package will be available online and...

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Congressional District Change Brings Rep. Capuano to Everett

April 25, 2012
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In January, 2013, Everett’s Congressman will no longer be Edward Markey. Because of the most recent redistricting, Congressman Michael Capuano will officially take over as Everett’s man in Washington. Markey, of course, has served the city with great distinction. He is smart. He is able. He is a senior member of Congress always willing...

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Softball Team Pounds Two GBL Opponents

April 25, 2012
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The Everett High softball team gave Coach Stacy Poste a good start on her way to victory number 300 (the Lady Crimson Tide gave Poste her 200th career coaching triumph two weeks ago) with a pair of wins last week over Greater Boston League opponents Somerville and Cambridge. Lady Crimson Tide hurler Franki Perreault...

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Police Briefs 04-25-2012

April 25, 2012
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4/16 Nathanaele Lavalee, 21, 11 Philip Rd., Cape Elizabeth, ME, was arrested for being disorderly person, resisting arrest and assault and battery on a police officer. 4/17 Gardy Bienvenue, 37, 13 Columbia St., Wakefield, MA, was arrested for larceny of property and assault and battery. David Soares, 28, 60 Ashland St., Malden, was arrested...

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Obituaries 04-25-2012

April 25, 2012
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Mary DiSilvestro Of East Boston, formerly of Everett Mary L. (Ozioli ) DiSilvestro of East Boston, formerly of Everett and Somerville, died on April 22. She was the beloved wife of the late Santo “Sam” DiSilvestro; devoted mother of John DiSilvestro and his companion, Charlene Melio of Easton, Linda DiSilvestro and her husband, Frank...

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New Planet Fitness Facility Opens in Area

April 18, 2012
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New Planet Fitness Facility Opens in Area

Stanley DeMartinis Jr. was a record-setting home run hitter at Bentley University and had an extended tryout with the Cincinnati Reds where he trained alongside another pretty good athlete named Deion Sanders. DeMartinis, 39, still plays semi-professional baseball and coaches his two sons in Little League, but for the past twenty years he has...

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Mayor Meets with Biotech Council CEO

April 18, 2012
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Mayor Meets with Biotech Council CEO

Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. and Richard Pedi, Business Manager for Carpenters Union Local 218, is pictured with with MassBio President and CEO, Robert Coughlin. The Mayor met with the biotechnology association’s executive to talk about potential biotechnology research and manufacturing development in Everett. With a number of planning studies running throughout the city, the...

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