Monthly Archives: April 2014

City Will Receive $3.75 Million from States Transportation Bond Bill

April 16, 2014
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria is happy to report that the City of Everett will be receiving the $3.75 million proposed in the State’s Transportation Bond Bill.  The House and Senate reached a deal this past Monday on a $13 billion transportation borrowing bill that includes a one-year $300 million authorization for local road repairs in...

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A Special Easter

April 16, 2014
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This week and especially on Sunday, many churches will be overflowing as parishioners go to church to celebrate Easter. Easter is always a magical time for children. As a family, we always held off hiding the Easter candy around the house until after Mass.  This action prompted our youngest to go to church a...

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Police Briefs 04-16-2014

April 16, 2014
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Monday, March 10 2014 Eric Norman, 23, 5 Parrot St., Lynn, was arrests for being a fugitive from justice. Amedelia Polanco, 42, 73 Reed AV e., Everett, was arrested for two arrest warrants and larceny over $250. Wednesday, March 12 Alec Keller, 19, 119 Cottage St., Everett, was arrested for receiving, buying, etc. stolen...

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Senibaldi Is Double-winner in Cambridge Track Meet

April 16, 2014
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Eric Senibaldi did his best imitation of legendary U.S. Olympian Michael Johnson, winning the 200 and 400 meter dashes for the Everett High boys track team in last week’s track meet at Cambridge. Eric outsprinted the field in the 400 in a time of 55.5 seconds and led a Crimson Tide sweep in the...

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Obituaries 04-16-2014

April 16, 2014
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John Doramajian Self Employed Cobbler John Doramajian passed away April 13 at the Lighthouse Nursing Care Center in Chelsea. He was 88 years old. A lifelong resident of Chelsea, John was born and raised in the city and was the son of the late Kirkor and Rose Doramajian. He enlisted in the US Navy...

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Kick Butts Day

April 9, 2014
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Kick Butts Day

Jamie Lederer of the Cambridge Health Alliance, Jonathan Driscoll, Lula Abdullahi, Gueshnael Menard, and Julie Ann Whitson (EHS Health Teacher and TEASA Advisor).

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Mayor DeMaria Honors Superior Police and Fire Officers

April 9, 2014
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Mayor DeMaria Honors Superior Police and Fire Officers

This past Monday, April 7th, Mayor Carlo DeMaria held a luncheon at the EHS Cafe for the Superior Officers of the Everett Fire and Police Departments to show his appreciation for the sacrifice and dedication they display each and everyday. The Mayor expressed how proud and grateful he is not only as Mayor, but...

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EHS Crimson Bolt Team Headed to National Competition: TEN80 STEM Team Has Students Applying Lessons to Racing Challenge

April 9, 2014
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EHS Crimson Bolt Team Headed to National Competition: TEN80 STEM Team Has Students Applying Lessons to Racing Challenge

A group of students and teachers from Everett High School will be heading to North Carolina next month, May 15 to May 17, to take part in the TEN80 STEM team NASCAR Racing Challenge, which has some of Everett’s high school kids building and racing model NASCAR cars, in an effort to apply what...

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FY 2015 School Budget Hearing Set for April 22: School Committee to Consider $85.3 Million Budget Request

April 9, 2014
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The Everett School Committee voted Monday evening to schedule its public hearing on the Preliminary Fiscal Year 2015 School Budget, for Tuesday, April 22 at 5:30 p.m. in the Everett High School library. The Finance Subcommittee has recommended a preliminary budget figure of roughly $85.32 million for next fiscal year and increase of about...

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Foundation Windfall!: School Department Announces $1 Million in Extra State Funding

April 9, 2014
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State Senator Salvatore DiDomenico was on hand at Monday night’s School Committee meeting, as Superintendent of Schools Frederick F. Foresteire announced to the School Committee that the Everett public schools will be receiving an extra $1 million in Foundation Reserve funding for the current school year, due to a year over year increase in...

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