Monthly Archives: January 2014

Casino Applicant Presentations Show Some Differences in Style, Substance

January 30, 2014
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Casino Applicant Presentations Show Some Differences in Style, Substance

If the presentations last week to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) by both Greater Boston resort casino applicants were rock concerts, Mohegan Sun’s presentation could be described as a hard-driving, electrified set, while Wynn’s could be compared to an acoustic set. So different were the MGC presentations last Wednesday, Jan. 22, that – despite...

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Everett Foundation for Aged Persons Donates to Human Services

January 30, 2014
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Everett Foundation for Aged Persons Donates to Human Services

Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Carolyn Lightburn, Director of Human Services, would like to extend the City’s appreciation to the Everett Foundation for Aged Persons for their generous donation to the Mayor’s Office of Human Services. The foundation presented the City with an $11,000 donation. The donation will support the Office of Human Services objective...

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Council Approves $1.5 Million in Transfer Requests: Stabilization Fund and New Liability Trust Fund Bolstered

January 30, 2014
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The new Everett City Council got down to business Monday night and immediately took up a pair of $773,500 transfer requests from Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the finance department, ultimately voting to approve both. The votes moved a total of more than $1.5 million into the city’s Stabilization Fund and the recently established Other...

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Tufts University to Conduct Another Study for Everett

January 30, 2014
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Jr. and the Department of Planning and Development are pleased to have once again secured a group of Tufts University Graduate Students from the School of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning to conduct another field study for the City. Last year at this time, graduate students from Tufts completed a...

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Thank You, Sen. Didomenico

January 30, 2014
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Everett residents’ must use the Mystic River for their water path to Boston Harbor and the Mystic Lakes.  However, if you do not have a sturdy boat, then maybe you do not want to venture onto the river. When one thinks of how important water is and then sees the deplorable condition of the...

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Police Briefs 01-29-2014

January 30, 2014
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Monday, Jan. 8 Jonathan Geddis, 40, of 296 Ferry ST., Everett was charged with shoplifting by asportation of merchandise. Tuesday, Jan.7 Laurence Day, 52, of 3 Baldwin Place, Everett, was charged with domestic assault and battery. Keliann Karabello, 36, of 56 Jacob St., Malden, was charged with larceny of property over $250. Wednesday, Jan....

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EHS Girls Basketball Team Tops Medford

January 30, 2014
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The Everett High girls basketball team defeated Greater Boston League rival Medford Friday evening on the local court, 38-33. The Lady Crimson Tide led from the opening gate, enjoying leads of 10-5, 22-12, and 33-22 at the quarter poles. Talia Mirra played a big role in springing her team to a fast start, scoring all of...

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Obituaries 01-29-2014

January 30, 2014
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Carmelina De Simone Retired Seamstress Carmelina (Guarino) De Simone of Everett died on January 26 at the Wilmington Health Care Center. She was 86 years old. A retired seamstress, she was born in Mirabella, Eclano, Italy and emigrated to the United States on March 4, 1966, living in Boston for many years and then...

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Massachusetts Fire Academy Graduates

January 22, 2014
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Massachusetts Fire Academy Graduates

Some 24 graduates from nine Fire Departments – including four cadets from Everett – graduated from the Massachusetts Fire Academy in Stow on Jan. 17. The guest speaker at the graduation ceremony was Milton Fire Chief John Grant Jr. Those who will now serve on the Everett Fire Department are David Grace, Christopher Jewell,...

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10th Annual MLK Scholarship Breakfast

January 22, 2014
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10th Annual MLK Scholarship Breakfast

The Zion Church Ministries Choir delivered moving renditions of traditional hymns throughout the breakfast and concluded the ceremony with the Battle Hymn of the Republic.

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