Monthly Archives: September 2012

Police Briefs 09-19-2012

September 20, 2012
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09/04 Heidi  Barrios, 34, 120 Broadway, Malden, was arrested for shoplifting. Mark Bolotte, 30, was arrested for being disorderly person. Ottavio Saputo, 72, 1 Michaelangelo St., Boston, was arrested for reckless operation of motor vehicle and operating motor vehicle with suspended license. 09/05 Paul Burns, Jr., 556 Main St., Malden, was arrested for breaking...

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Obituaries 09-19-2012

September 20, 2012
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Amelia Anne ‘Amy’ Makacinas Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Retiree Amelia Anne “Amy” (Joyokonis)  Makacinas, a lifelong resident of Everett,  died peacefully on September 13 at Massachusetts General Hospital with her two sons Fr. Stanley E. Makacinas, O. Carm. (Niagara Falls, Canada) and John C. Makacinas (Irvine, California) at her side.  She was 89...

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Everett Wins Opener

September 12, 2012
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Everett Wins Opener

Joey White looks to the sideline after being tripped up to see if he attained enough yardage for a first down. The Tide went on to beat Leominster, 29-7 in their season opener.

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Rotarian in China

September 12, 2012
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Rotarian in China

Everett Rotarian Rev. Barbara Smith-Moran was a guest recently at the Beijing, China, Rotary Club. She is greeted here by Beijing Club President David van Meerendonk. Rev. Barbara is Priest-in-Charge of Grace Episcopal Church on Norwood St. She and her husband, Harvard Astronomy Professor James Moran, were attending the International Astronomical Union General Assembly.

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Literacy Program Receives More Funding Via New Fees

September 12, 2012
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The Everett Board of Aldermen unanimously approved a request to increase the limit on the revolving account for the Everett Literacy Program from $20,000 for the current fiscal year to $175,000, in an effort to help the city keep the program running by charging a small fee to students using the program. Everett Human...

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Aldermen Seek Quicker Action in Developing Old EHS Parcel

September 12, 2012
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Alderman Robert Van Campen on Monday night asked Mayor Carlo DeMaria to appear before the Board to discuss his plans for the old High School building on Main Street, noting that “we’ve been at this for at least three years already. . .and it seems like nothing is going on.” In response, Mayor DeMaria...

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Aldermen Approve Spending on Projects

September 12, 2012
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The Board of Aldermen in separate votes approved new spending totaling $10,924,825 for a combination of capital improvement projects ($3,272,825) and new water and sewer related projects ($7,652,000) on Monday night. However, they did not approve the entire request that was made several weeks ago by Mayor Carlo DeMaria, cutting approximately $2,642,942 from the...

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Remembering 9/11

September 12, 2012
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The more that time passes, the more we tend to forget the stark terror and horrible outcome of the terrorists attacks which killed so many, while at the same time awakening the nation to the worldwide terrorist threat. The passing of time, however, doesn’t dim the memory of just how bad this attack was,...

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We Honor James and Mary Trentini

September 12, 2012
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Everett residents James and Mary Trentini of Shute Street died on American Flight 11 bound for Los Angeles on September 11, 2001. Like the nearly 3,000 innocents that died that day, they were non-violent, religious, family oriented people who never dreamt their lives could be snuffed out just like that, with the snap of...

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The Red Sox in Last Place

September 12, 2012
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You do not have to be a Boston Red Sox baseball fan to take notice of the Red Sox who sank into last place at the expense of a team that came to Boston this weekend that was in last place when they arrived but are no longer last upon leaving. The Red Sox...

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