Monthly Archives: November 2014

Trunk-or-Treat Festivities

November 4, 2014
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Trunk-or-Treat Festivities

Amy Spalenza was dressed as a pirate, complete with eye patch, during Monday night’s 2nd Annual Trunk-or-Treat festivities in the Gateway Center. The event had a huge turnout and was primarily sponsored by the Texas Roadhouse, as well as the Everett Fire Department, among others.

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Superintendent Honors EHS Seniors For Their Academic Excellence: Nguyen and Imsirovic Honored at School Committee Meeting

November 4, 2014
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Superintendent Honors EHS Seniors For Their Academic Excellence: Nguyen and Imsirovic Honored at School Committee Meeting

The two highest ranked students in the Everett High School (EHS) Class of 2015 each received a Superintendent’s Certificate of Academic Excellence at last week’s School Committee meeting. Superintendent of Schools Frederick F. Foresteire honored Vanessa Nguyen and Vesna Imsirovic for their academic prowess, their extracurricular achievements, and their dedication to their school and...

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Police Briefs 10-28-2014

November 4, 2014
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Monday, 10/6 Kenneth DePerri, 60, 322 Ferry St., Everett, was arrested for assault with a dangerous weapon and malicious destruction of property over $250. Philip Eldridge, 33, Brockton, was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a revoked license, failure to stop for a mechanical signal and eight warrants. Sadiq Ahmed Elmi, 35, 58...

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Mayor Demaria Urges Residents to Vote No on Question 3

November 4, 2014
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On the outskirts of Everett, on the edge of Boston is a heavily contaminated site bordering the Mystic River.  The site, formally used by the Monsanto Chemical Company, is comprised of more than 30 acres of land, and once housed a chemical production and storage plant.  The ground of the site is tainted with ash, arsenic...

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A Vote for Everett

November 4, 2014
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Neighbors, Over the years, I have come to you on many important matters urging your support, but nothing has ever been as monumental as this matter or as earnest as this request.  On November 4th, please join my wife Stacy and me in casting a vote for Everett, a vote for our children, a vote...

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City Holds Open House for Small Businesses

November 4, 2014
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Last week, Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Everett Chamber of Commerce held an Open House for Small Businesses in Everett. At the event, businesses had the opportunity to learn about the City’s sign and awning program, as well as sign up for a free in-store or business consultation from Chris Moyniham, owner of Retail Visioning. Retail...

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Sports 10-28-2014

November 4, 2014
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Everett wins GBL championship By Cary Shuman No one ever said that winning championships is easy. The Everett High football team faced a stern test from a very good Malden team, eventually emerging with a 42-27 victory to claim the Greater Boston League title Friday night at Everett Memorial Stadium. The Tide (6-2) will...

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Obituaries 10-28-2014

November 4, 2014
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Lenore ‘Lee’ Connolly Longtime Everett Teacher Aide Lenore K. “ Lee” (O’Brien) Connolly of Everett passed away peacefully at home on October 21. She was 89 years old. A long time Everett Teacher Aide prior to her retirement, she was the beloved wife and copilot for 61 years to the late Richard H. Connolly;...

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Two Everett Firefighters Honored at Firefighter of the Year Awards

November 4, 2014
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Two Everett Firefighters Honored at Firefighter of the Year Awards

It was a cold January night, and one woman at the high-rise on School Street in Everett was despondent, sad and ready to end her life. Firefighters Joseph Quinn and Rocco Andreotti weren’t about to let that happen. As the woman sat on the ledge of the 11th floor threatening to jump, the two...

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Vote Tuesday: Clerk Says Voter Turnout in Everett Driven by Casino Ballot Question

November 4, 2014
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City Clerk Michael Matarazzo this week predicted that next week’s statewide election for Governor and other state offices will likely draw close to 50-percent of registered voters in the city, though he believes the interest in this year’s election is less about the candidates and more about the four statewide ballot question initiatives. In...

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