Monthly Archives: October 2012

Construction to Begin on Glendale Park Renovation

October 24, 2012
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Construction to Begin on Glendale Park Renovation

Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. and the Office of Planning and Development are pleased to announce that construction on the Glendale Park renovation will begin Monday, October 29th.  Residents should take note that the park will not be available for usage during the construction period, and that construction hours of operation will be from 7AM...

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Question 3

October 24, 2012
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Everett residents will be casting a vote on Election Day on Question 3 – by voting yes or no on a proposed law that will eliminate state criminal and civil penalties for the medical use of marijuana by qualifying patients. Only those who are sick with a variety of debilitating and painful medical issues...

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High School Reuse Being Studied: Mayor, Planning Development Conducting Due Diligence

October 24, 2012
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According to members of Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s staff, the city is currently undertaking a feasibility study to determine what the best use of the former Everett High School building on Broadway would be, so that a detailed request for proposals (RFP) can be advertised in the near future and hopefully yield a number of...

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Machete Attack Leaves One Dead Police, DA Still Investigating

October 24, 2012
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Everett Police and investigators from the Massachusetts State Police in Middlesex County, continue to investigate a reported machete attack last Monday, October 15 that left one man dead of multiple stab wounds. According to a statement from Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone’s office, Everett police officers were called to Hosmer Street in Everett at...

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Culvert Repair Moving Forward

October 24, 2012
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According to Assistant City Solicitor David Rodrigues, the city has selected a contractor to complete necessary drainage work on a culvert on the Boston Market Terminal property, in an attempt to ensure that residents are not unduly impacted by flooding during heavy rain storms. However, Rodrigues and Mayor Carlo DeMaria also noted that the...

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Old High School Reuse

October 24, 2012
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The old Everett High School building on Broadway can be considered a diamond in the rough for Everett taxpayers.  Sitting on almost four acres and assessed for municipal purposes at more than $37 million, city officials are anxious to move this asset to the private sector. Currently, to maintain the building the cost to...

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Everett Beats BC High a Day Later: Tide Claim 28-7 Win over BC High in Re-Scheduled Game

October 24, 2012
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BC High was able to push off the start of its game with Everett last weekend, but it was not able to avoid the beating that the Crimson Tide delivered, as Jakarrie Washington and Joey White led a 28-7 victory over the storied BC High program and the Everett defense held the Eagles to...

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Police Briefs 10-24-2012

October 24, 2012
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10/15 Sheryl Lynne Grant, 58, 599 Pleasant St., Malden, was arrested for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and a warrant. Eddie Guillamue, 19, 12 Glendale Tr., Everett was arrested for possession of Class D with intent to distribute, resisting arrest and a warrant. Leo Henry, 33, 259 Broadway, Somerville, was arrested for...

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Obituaries 10-24-2012

October 24, 2012
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Margaret Lewis Everett Resident Margaret T. (Rossetti) Lewis of Everett died on October 20. She was the beloved wife of the late William J.; loving mother of the Michael A. of Everett and William J. Jr. of North Reading.  She was the sister of 13 late siblings and is also, survived by many nieces...

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Senator Brown Wows Crowd on Norwood Street

October 17, 2012
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Senator Brown Wows Crowd on Norwood Street

Senator Scott Brown took his campaign on a wide swing through the North Shore Tuesday stopping in Everett for pizza and political conversation and back slapping at the 8/10 Bar and Grill on Norwood Street. The place was packed when Senator Brown arrived shortly after 1:00 p.m. He was mobbed by the mostly Everett...

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