Monthly Archives: June 2015

City Promotes Casellla to Captain and Appoints New Firefighters

June 24, 2015
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City Promotes Casellla to Captain and Appoints New Firefighters

Mayor Carlo DeMaria, and Chief David Butler, and City Clerk Michael Matarazzo swore in seven new firefighters to the Everett Fire Department Monday night. The new additions are Joshua Doyon, Donald Moloney, Richard Costanza, Wilson Jaramillo, Robinson Tran, John Gardner, and Seth McCullough. “The Everett Fire Department is designed to identify firefighters who are...

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Police Briefs 06-24-2015

June 24, 2015
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Monday, 6/8 Melvin Posada, 34, 17 Highland Ave., Revere, was arrested for two arrest warrants, unregistered motor vehicle, with uninsured motor vehicle and with failed motor inspection. Iorranam Rodriguex, 31, 233 Vine St., Everett, was arrested for shoplifting. Tuesday, 6/9 Vincent Vacoli, 51, address unknown/Everett, was arrested for trespassing. Nicholas Jett, 41, 10 Winship...

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Forum on Race Relations and Policing Is Set for Tuesday

June 24, 2015
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We commend the Everett Police Department and Chief Steven Mazzie, Mayor Carlo DeMaria, and Bishop Robert Brown and the Zion Church Ministries for taking a proactive approach to race relations and policing in Everett. A race relations and policing forum, which is scheduled for June 30, addresses a very challenging topic in today’s society....

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Letter to the Editor

June 24, 2015
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Dear Editor, My name is Nicholas and I wanted to share a few of my thoughts and experiences about Flag Planting at Wood lawn cemetery  on May 17, 2015. I want to start off by stating that it was an honor and pleasure to place an American flag on all the veterans resting place...

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Citation Presented

June 24, 2015
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Senator Sal DiDomenico recently presented Everett resident Patricia Giantonio with an Official Senate Citation to acknowledge and honor her years of dedicated service at the Cambridge District Court. Senator DiDomenico and Patricia Giatonio are pictured here with Somerville Alderman Robert McWatters.

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Support for the Earned Income Tax Credit Increase

June 24, 2015
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Governor Baker and the Massachusetts Senate have put forth two separate proposals to increase the Earned Income Tax Credit for working families in our state. This is a brave step to address income inequality for the residents of our state and should be commended. As Mayor of Everett, I meet residents everyday who are...

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Obituaries 06-24-2015

June 24, 2015
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Mary Cafasso Of Malden, formerly of Everett Mary M. (Rufo) Cafassi of Malden entered into rest on June 21 in the Chelsea Jewish Nursing Home. She was 95 years old. Born in Malden, Mary lived in Everett for many years. Later on in life, Mary moved back to Malden where she has resided ever...

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Idle Hands Have to Move:Wynn Moves to Demolish Charlton St.Building for Road, Horticulture Storage

June 24, 2015
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Idle Hands Have to Move:Wynn Moves to Demolish Charlton St.Building for Road, Horticulture Storage

Wynn Everett announced further plans this week to demolish the Charlton Street Small Business center at the end of this summer to make way for an access road and a horticultural warehouse, but at least one small brewery in the complex, Idle Hands, is wishing they had more time to leave. Wynn Everett spokesman...

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Council Votes to Pass Nearly $163 Million Budget

June 24, 2015
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Following more than two weeks of scrutiny, which included three open public hearings and hours of questions by the City Council and answers provided by city department heads, the City Council voted 11-0 on Monday night to approve a $162,563,399 budget for the 2016 fiscal year. The vote reduced Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s initial budget...

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MGC’s Crosby Cleared in Ethics Inquiry, Matter Closed

June 24, 2015
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A State Ethics Commission inquiry has been terminated seemingly just as quickly as it came into the public spotlight last week – validating Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s claims of the matter being mere “political theatre.” On Friday, Crosby announced that he had received a letter from Ethics that terminated the inquiry and revealed that the...

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