Monthly Archives: April 2012

Police Briefs 04-11-2012

April 11, 2012
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April 2 Paul Ruggiero, 64, 62 Ashton St., Everett, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor and failure to stop. Bryan Sharkey, 24, 27 Springdale St., Malden, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor, failure to stop and failure to keep left when passing. April 3 Carl Fulton, 51, 176...

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Sports 04-11-2012

April 11, 2012
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EHS Roundup Softball team wins opener, Poste at 199 The Everett High softball team, fresh off a recent long weekend of spring training at Disney World in Florida, opened its 2012 season with an exciting 14-13 win at Swampscott Monday. The contest was a classic cat-and-mouse affair, with the Lady Crimson Tide grabbing a lead...

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Obituaries 04-11-2012

April 11, 2012
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Stephen Mandracchia Everett Resident Stephen C. Mandracchia of Everett died on April 8. He was the beloved husband of Judith (Boudreau); loving father of Stephen A. Mandracchia and his wife, Alessandra of Revere and Lori Mancaniello and her husband, Bruno of Malden; beloved son of the late Onofrio and Mary Mandracchia. He is also...

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O’Donnell Has Never Forgotten the City He Comes From

April 11, 2012
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O’Donnell Has Never Forgotten the City He Comes From

Add this small bit to the plethora of wonderful things written about Everett’s Joe O’Donnell – and know this – he had nothing whatsoever to do with a word of this being written. It simply isn’t his style. Joe O’Donnell, who grew-up in Everett when this city was a far different place than it...

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Ethanol: Explosive Topic

April 4, 2012
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Ethanol: Explosive Topic

At the Everett Common Council Meeting Monday night  the daunting ethanol issue was reintroduced. Global Oil Company wants to bring 1,800,000 gallons of ethanol, twice a week through the city of Everett and the neighboring communities of Chelsea, Revere and East Boston. Everett’s Fire Chief David Butler attended the meeting to answer questions posed...

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Health Department, Energize Everett Get High Honors from U.S. Surgeon General

April 4, 2012
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Health Department, Energize Everett Get High Honors from U.S. Surgeon General

Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr., Roberto Santamaria, Director of Public Health, Jackie Coogan, Executive Director of the Joint Committee for Children’s Healthcare in Everett and the team from Energize Everett were honored last month with a Golden Shoe Award at WalkBoston’s Annual Meeting for their efforts to get Everett healthy.  The Energize Everett program was...

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Everett Man Gets Seven Years for Stabbing

April 4, 2012
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The Everett man that pulled a knife and stabbed a Chelsea resident who refused his request for spare change will serve up to seven years in state prison. Assistant Suffolk County District Attorney Nick Walsh recommended that Manuel Arzola, 43, of Everett serve six to eight years for his conviction on a count of...

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Chelsea Man Indicted on Murder Charge

April 4, 2012
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A Chelsea man has been indicted on a charge of murder in connection with the Jan. 3 fatal stabbing of Jessica Cormier, 20, of Everett. Clarence Earl Berry, 60, of Chelsea, was indicted by a Middlesex County grand jury on a change of murder in the first degree. He will be arraigned in Middlesex...

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New Bleachers at Rec Center a Necessity

April 4, 2012
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It is fairly incomprehensible that extended discussions have been taking place about replacing the worn and worthless and frankly unsafe bleachers at the Everett Recreation Center. Last week, City Services Operations Manager Peter Pietrantonio gave the Board of Aldermen an update as to the cost of replacing the unsafe bleacher seating at the popular...

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Easter and Passover

April 4, 2012
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Everett, Easter and Passover are one this weekend. While nearly everything about our lives has changed over the decades, Easter remains what it was and what it might always be, perhaps the most significant Christian holiday which marks the resurrection of Jesus. It marks more than that. Easter and the Jewish holiday of Passover...

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