Monthly Archives: August 2012

Everett Rec Annual Fenway Field Trip

August 22, 2012
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Everett Rec Annual Fenway Field Trip

On Saturday, August 18th, the Recreation Center enjoyed their yearly field trip to Fenway Park in Boston to take part in the Futures at Fenway festivities.

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Schools Open : Tuesday, August 28th Opening Day for Everett Public Schools

August 22, 2012
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Schools Open : Tuesday, August 28th Opening Day for Everett Public Schools

Public Schools Superintendent Frederick F. Foresteire announced that Everett Public Schools will open for the 2012-2013 school year on Tuesday, August 28th  for all students in Grades One through Eight, as well as all Grade Nine students attending Everett High School for the first time.  They should report to their respective schools no later...

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Thank You Senator Didomenico

August 22, 2012
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Headlines never tell the whole story about the major news stories that effect our lives. Such a headline and such a story about the bill signed by the governor last week that stops ethanol from being transported through Everett qualifies in both ways. Our headline praised Senator Anthony Petruccelli (D-East Boston) because it was...

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Vacant Seats Filled at Common Council Meeting

August 22, 2012
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Vacant Seats Filled at Common Council Meeting

In a surprise underdog taking of the Ward One seat, Cheryl Landry defeated former Councilor Peter Napolitano to become a councilor in Ward One by an 11-3 final vote. The vacant seat in Ward Three was filled by Leonard Jordan who ran unopposed. Napolitano seemed to be the popular vote amongst residents who approached...

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The Time is Now: Everett’s Capital Improvement Plan

August 22, 2012
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With outlined improvements for Glendale Park finalized, residents have been waiting for an official appropriation of costs for the project. At this week’s Everett Common Council meeting, Councilors voted unanimously to use $7,015,767 towards capital projects, with $2,100,000 specified for Glendale Park. Everett High School students and teachers attended the meeting solely for this...

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The Opening of School

August 22, 2012
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About 6500 children are about to re-enter the world of Everett’s Public Schools. They come into a well-managed well-oiled school system with a real line of command and set beliefs about performance that is expected not only from teachers and administrators but also from the students themselves. For the most part, the greater number...

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The Newly Refurbished Stadium

August 22, 2012
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With its new sign and front gates, polished bronze plaques honoring Everett’s World War II war dead, benches and landscaping, a new artificial turf field and new stands, Everett Veterans Memorial Stadium is a place to be proud of. The impressive look and feel of the place resonates quite nicely with the athletics going...

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Obituaries 08-22-2012

August 22, 2012
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Ann Hudson Of Saugus, Formerly of Everett Ann M. (Vigliotti) Hudson of Saugus, formerly of Revere and Everett, died on August 18. She was the beloved wife of the late John E.; devoted mother of Joyce M. Hudson of Saugus, John E. Hudson, Jr. and his wife, Sharon Snuffer of Texas; loving grandmother of...

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A New Entrance

August 15, 2012
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A New Entrance

Mayor Carlo DeMaria is shown seated on one of the new benches gracing the entirely redone entranceway to the Everett Veterans Memorial Stadium. The new signage announcing to all that this is Everett Veterans Memorial Stadium is impressive, and especially so at night when the sign is illuminated. Built as a memorial to the World...

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Suffolk Downs Puts Up Money for Application Process

August 15, 2012
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The owners of Suffolk Downs ponied up $400,000 Friday and marched the check over to the offices of the Gaming Commission where it was left with officials there. Thus began the real opening salient in what is expected to be a long and sophisticated application process that will end sometime into next year. The...

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