Monthly Archives: August 2014

Police Briefs 08-06-2014

August 8, 2014
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Police arrest suspect after firearm shown Thomas Paul Bois, 30, of Dorchester was arrested by Everett police on July 15, on charges of armed robbery, assault with a dangerous weapon, unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, and breaking and entering a motor vehicle, shortly after a victim reported being held up...

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Obituaries 08-06-2014

August 8, 2014
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Esther O’Brien Former Assistant Director of the Parlin Memorial Library of Everett and Former Everett Teacher Esther M. O’Brien of Everett passed away on July 26 at the Sawtelle Family Hospice House in Reading. She was employed as a teacher in the Everett Public Schools and later had a second career as Assistant Director...

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Rock Climbing

August 1, 2014
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Rock Climbing

Ian Cross looks to make his next move on the climbing wall one day last week at Everett’s Metro- Rock Climbing Center. The Normal Street/Air Force Road business is thriving – as are other such businesses in the former heavy industrial area. While MetroRock is a hot spot with children and young people, adults...

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Lending Support

August 1, 2014
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Lending Support

Senator Sal DiDomenico recently attended two Everett Little League fundraisers to benefit the Jimmy Fund. “I am happy to support our youth in their effort to raise money for such an important cause. I would like to give a special thanks to all our coaches and parents for teaching our children the value of...

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Alford St. Bridge to Be Fully Operational on Friday Completed in August

August 1, 2014
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Senator Sal DiDomenico recently announced that he has been informed by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (Mass DOT) that the Alford Street Bridge will be completely open on Friday, August 1..  Mass DOT is currently in the final stages of barrier construction, and all four lanes will soon be open. “I am excited to...

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Primary Day Is September 9: First Election of 2014 Will Feature Democratic Challenges for Governor, State Rep. And Others

August 1, 2014
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The Everett City Council convened, albeit briefly, Monday night to vote on the date for the city’s primary elections and to officially designate the Coty Services building as the new polling place for precinct 6-2. City Clerk Michael Matarazzo noted on Monday that the vote by the City Council, was largely a formality as...

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Everett Fire Department Announces Updates

August 1, 2014
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Chief David Butler is pleased to announce the launching of the newly renovated Everett Fire Department website (www. everettfirema.com), an informational site that will provide residents with information that will help them understand the importance of public fire safety education and the role they can play to keep their family safe during difficult times....

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Puppet Show Planned at Parlin Library on August 6

August 1, 2014
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On August 6 at 2 P.M., life-size puppets will be at the Parlin Library to meet kids three to eight years of age and their families.  The puppet show will focus on making kids (and parents) laugh, as well as think. Puppet stories illustrate child relevant values like imaginary play, working together, trying new...

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A Tornado Strikes And a City Recovers

August 1, 2014
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What happened in Revere on Monday morning could happen in Everett. When area residents awoke Monday morning, there was no sign or warning of what Mother Nature had in store for the city of Revere. But in the course of approximately four terrifying minutes, a tornado – in all its fury and unpredictability –...

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Senator DiDomenico’s Campaign Kickoff a Great Success

August 1, 2014
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Senator DiDomenico recently kicked off his campaign with hundreds of supporters at Kowloon Restaurant.  This annual event has attracted many statewide and local officials and this year’s event was hosted by State Treasurer Steve Grossman, Senate President Therese Murray, Senate Majority Leader Stan Rosenberg and Democratic Party Chairman Tom McGee.  As always, there was...

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