Monthly Archives: January 2014

Performing with Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra

January 15, 2014
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Performing with Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra

Jennifer Riche, a 17 year-old student from Everett, will be performing the violin with Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras’ to present a semi-staged opera – Puccini’s TOSCA. This is unique accomplishment from these talented young musicians and the performance will take place on Sunday, January 19, 2014 at 3pm at Sanders Theatre Harvard University. This one-time only...

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Supt. Foresteire Announces That Registration for EHS Evening School Begins

January 15, 2014
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Mr. Frederick F. Foresteire, Superintendent of Schools, announced that Evening School will begin on Monday evening, January 27, 2014. Superintendent Foresteire said you can go to Everett High School and register to learn Introduction to Computers, Introduction to MS Office and Furniture Refinishing. Students can also learn conversational Spanish or Italian or study for...

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Wynn and Walsh Need to Be Reasonable about Casino Mitigation Package

January 15, 2014
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There are new twists and turns almost on a daily basis concerning the casino proposals at  Wynn Resorts in Everett and Mohegan Sun in Revere. Two new developments we have been  following are: • Boston is still considered a surrounding community for both proposals, but Boston officials might be able to change that status...

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Police Briefs 01-15-2014

January 15, 2014
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12/02 John Gurian, 28, 13 Sherman St., Peabody was arrested for failure to stop for police and operating motor vehicle unlicensed. John Kehoe, 46, 6 Powderhorn Way, Sandwich, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor, (2nd offense), leaving scene of property damage, operating with suspended license, open container of alcohol in motor...

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Francilme, Senibaldi Win GBL Frosh-soph. Crowns

January 15, 2014
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The younger members of the Everett High girls and boys indoor track teams competed in the Greater Boston League’s Freshman/Sophomore Meet held last Wednesday at Somerville. Two Crimson Tide runners captured GBL titles. Debra Francilme took first place in the 50 yard hurdles in a time of 9.3 seconds for the girls. On the...

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Obituaries 01-15-2014

January 15, 2014
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Leah Anderson 25-Year Crossing Guard at old Lafayette Grade School Leah E. (Bishop) Anderson of Ipswich, a former longtime Everett resident, passed away on January 9. She was 76 years old. Leah was a former crossing guard at the old Lafayette Everett Grade School for over 25 years. The beloved wife of Francis Anderson,...

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New City Government Sworn into Office: Mayor’s Inaugural Address Focuses on the Future

January 8, 2014
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New City Government Sworn into Office: Mayor’s Inaugural Address Focuses on the Future

The new government of the city of Everett was sworn into power Monday night, January 6 at 7 p.m. at the Frederick F. Foresteire Center for the Performing Arts at Everett High School, during an hour long ceremony that saw 11 new city councilors, nine veteran school committee members and Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr....

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DeMaria Sworn in for Fourth Term as Mayor

January 8, 2014
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DeMaria Sworn in for Fourth Term as Mayor

This past Monday, January 6th, the City of Everett held its 2014 Inaugural Ceremony.   Joined by his wife, Stacy, and his children, Carlo, Caroline, and Alexandra, Mayor DeMaria was sworn in for his fourth term as Mayor.  The newly elected single-branch City Council, as well as the returning School Committee, were also sworn in...

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City Services Digs out from Major Snowstorm: Costs of Plowing Operations Still Being Determined

January 8, 2014
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City Services Digs out from Major Snowstorm: Costs of Plowing Operations Still Being Determined

City Services Director Jay Marcotte said this week that he was pleased overall with the effort of his department during last week’s New Year’s snowstorm, and noted that the city had crews working for approximately 38 hours straight, to clear city streets. “The guys did a great job, I was very pleased,” said Marcotte...

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Decisions, Decisions: MGC Begins to Review Huge Phase 2 Applications from Mohegan, Wynn

January 8, 2014
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After spending nearly $12 million to do extensive background checks on resort casino applicants, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) has switched gears this week for the final stretch in the Greater Boston casino licensing process after accepting Phase 2 applications on Dec. 31 from both Wynn Resorts and Mohegan Sun. The MGC also received...

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