Monthly Archives: May 2012

Facing Up to Reality

May 17, 2012
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It is difficult for the city government to come to the understanding that many new families are moving into Everett because of its proximity to Boston and the North Shore and because its public schools offer so much and are so accommodating. This is a fact of reality. So many new people are moving...

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Softball Team Wins Two More, Now 10-2

May 17, 2012
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The Everett High softball team trounced two opponents this past week to improve its record to a sterling 10-2 on the season and earn an early qualification for the state tournament. The Lady Crimson Tide embarked on their Journey to the Tourney with a 10-2 win at Cambridge in a contest that was moved...

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Police Briefs 05-16-2012

May 17, 2012
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05/07/12 John Brownlee, 32, 8th Street, Cambridge, was arrested for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, disorderly person, assault and battery. Amar Djaafri, 40, 696 Broadway, Everett, was arrested for operating motor vehicle with suspended license, speeding, failure to wear seat belt. Carmelito Ortiz, 32, 73 School Street, Roxbury, was arrested for operating...

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Obituaries 05-16-2012

May 17, 2012
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Ann Lemieux Of Wakefield, formerly of Everett Ann J. (White) Lemieux of Wakefield, formerly of Everett, died on May 11. She was the beloved wife of James Laureat Lemieux and loving mother of Mary Sandorse and her husband, Peter of Wakefield and their children Mary Kate, Matthew and Meg; Annie Quill, her her husband,...

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Pope John Fundraiser Cancelled: Markey, Capuano Maintain Support

May 17, 2012
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The cancellation of the annual Pope John XXIII High School fundraiser, which was to feature Congressmen Ed Markey and Mike Capuano as award recipients, was a great disappointment to the hundreds of people set to attend it. Cancelling such an affair at the last moment was difficult, according to the school’s principal, Kay Donovan....

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Mayor Holds Another Successful Clean-up Day

May 10, 2012
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Mayor Holds Another Successful Clean-up Day

Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. wishes to thank all the volunteers for their participation and help on Saturday’s Clean Up Day.  The Mayor was very pleased with the turnout and the efforts of this year’s group.  The Mayor would like to specifically thank the following for all the hard work and help with a successful...

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Dolores Hart is Remembered as a Wonderful, Kind Woman

May 10, 2012
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Dolores Hart is Remembered as a Wonderful, Kind Woman

Family and friends are fondly remembering Everett resident Dolores Hart as a wonderful, vibrant woman who brought joy into so many people’s lives through the kindness and respect she extended to others. Mrs. Hart, beloved wife of more than 56 years to William A. Hart, died on May 5 after a brief illness. She...

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Student Enrollment Issues: Main Focus of Common Council Meeting

May 10, 2012
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The Everett Common Council meeting Monday night at city hall produced no hits, no runs and no errors. It was a quick meeting as meetings go, with several items discussed and none at length. The hot-button topic was that of the ever-increasing student population.  A committee is in the process of being set up...

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Congratulations to the Adams Scholarship Winners

May 10, 2012
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More than 100 Everett High School seniors will be heading off to college next year, the recipients of John and Abigail Adams Scholar awards. The scholarship provides free tuition to any Massachusetts state college, university or community college. For the parents of these children who have done so well, the scholarships are prized possessions...

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Dolores Hart

May 10, 2012
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The city has lost one its great ladies with the death at 79 of Dolores Hart. She was one of Everett’s most respected and beloved ambassadors during a long life lived entirely in this city. To Mrs. Hart, Everett was one of the best places in the world to live in and to raise...

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