Monthly Archives: November 2012

Human Services Receives Holiday Donations

November 21, 2012
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Human Services Receives Holiday Donations

The City of Everett’s Office of Human Services recently received several donations to its Holiday Assistance Program for Everett families.  Due to the generous support from local businesses and residents, each year Human Services is able to provide Thanksgiving baskets, Christmas gifts, holiday meals and emergency services support to hundreds of local families, children,...

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Officials Seek Input for Lower Broadway : Meeting Scheduled for November 28 at 6 P.M.

November 21, 2012
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The City of Everett is asking for input, from residents and interested business owners, into the planning process for development of the Lower Broadway commercial and residential areas. Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. is inviting all businesses, residents and community groups to the community-wide, public meeting regarding the redevelopment of the Lower Broadway area, entitled...

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Mayor’s Salary Rises to $105k

November 21, 2012
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The Everett Common Council voted 16-1 in agreement with the Board of Aldermen’s vote last week to raise the pay for the city’s top elected official from $85,000 annually to $105,000 per year, beginning on January 1, 2013. The vote gives the mayor a $20,000 annual raise, and helps bring the position into alignment...

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Everett Man Arraigned in Fatal October Stabbing

November 21, 2012
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According to Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone, 21-year-old Jose Luis Diaz-Aguilar, 21, of Everett, was arraigned in Malden District Court last week on a charge of murder, in the October 15, 2013 stabbing death Maynor Alexander Aguilar, 30, also of Everett. Malden District Court Judge Dominic Paratore ordered Diaz-Aguilar held without bail, and ordered...

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Fatal Accident on Broadway Being Investigated

November 21, 2012
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An Everett man was struck and killed by a car late Wednesday evening, November 14, allegedly by a driver traveling southbound on Broadway, heading toward the city, near the 100 block of Broadway. According to a report, the accident was called into police just before midnight on Wednesday. The driver in the accident remained...

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Thanksgiving 2012

November 21, 2012
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This Thanksgiving, as we pause to reflect, there are mixed signs of where we as a nation are headed.  First for the good news: The presidential election showed more minorities participated in the voting process. The home mortgage crisis that triggered the real estate freefall of price values has seen stabilization and housing starts...

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Everett Begins Super Bowl Quest Against Masconomet

November 21, 2012
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The Everett High School football team, champion of the Greater Boston League, will play Masconomet Regional in a semifinal playoff game Tuesday, with the winner advancing to the Super Bowl at Gillette Stadium. Coach John DiBiaso and his staff will be getting a look at Masconsomet in the Chieftains’ Thanksgiving game against North Andover....

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Police Briefs 11-21-2012

November 21, 2012
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November 5 Jose Diaz-Aguilar, 21, 2 Magnolia Ct., Everett, was arrested on a warrant. Thomas Hunt, 49, 28 Benham St., Medford, was arrested for harassment prevention order violation. November 6 Ana Barahona, 35, 38 Francis St., Everett, was arrested for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, threat to commit a crime. Santino DiGaetano,...

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Obituaries 11-21-2012

November 21, 2012
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Brian Keogh Retired Master Electrician Brian P. Keogh, a longtime resident of Everett, died unexpectedly at home on November 18. He was 51 years old. A retired master electrician, he was born in Boston, the son of the late George and Claire (Sullivan) Keogh, the beloved father of Robert C. Keogh of Brockton; dear...

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City Gathers to Observe Veterans Day

November 14, 2012
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City Gathers to Observe Veterans Day

This past Sunday, November 11th, the City of Everett gathered at the Connolly Center, in observance of Veterans Day, to honor and remember those who served in our armed forces. The annual service was attended by numerous local veterans and their families, as well as City and State officials. Speakers, including Everett High School...

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