Monthly Archives: June 2015

Everett Man Pleads Not Guilty to Terrorism Charges

June 24, 2015
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An Everett man and his alleged co-conspirator pleaded not guilty in Boston Federal Court on Friday during a detention hearing where Magistrate Judge Donald Cabell ordered them held without bail. Both men were charged with the felony charge of conspiring to provide material support to a dangerous foreign terrorist organization. Both denied any such...

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PCSS Graduates

June 18, 2015
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PCSS Graduates

On Friday, June 12, fifty-three Pioneer Charter School of Science seniors walked across the stage at Faneuil Hall in Boston. The students heard from Commencement Speaker Former Chief Justice Roderick Ireland. Pictured above are the 17 Everett residents who graduated last week as part of PCSS’s Class of 2015. Back Row (left to right)...

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Demaria: Crosby Ethics Inquiry Likely More Political Theater

June 18, 2015
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Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) Chair Steve Crosby is being looked at by the State Ethics Commission in an initial inquiry that Crosby has said he believes will soon clear him of any wrongdoing – accusations first reported by the Boston Globe late last week that emerged due to a sworn statement from an anonymous person saying...

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Simonelli to Participate in Overnight Suicide Awareness Walk in Boston

June 18, 2015
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Simonelli to Participate in Overnight Suicide Awareness Walk in Boston

As Everett’s Kristen Simonelli sets out into the darkness on June 27 for the Out of the Darkness Overnight Suicide Awareness walk in Boston, she said she hopes to shine a light on an issue that often remains silent within families and communities. Simonelli, 33, said she has suffered from depression in her life,...

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Wynn Resorts Funds Mystic River Water Monitoring & Restoration Programs

June 18, 2015
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Wynn Resorts announced on Tuesday that it has contributed $25,000 to the Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA) to support water quality monitoring and habitat restoration programs in the Mystic River Watershed. “This contribution underscores our commitment to improve and enhance environmental conditions in the Mystic River watershed. In that regard, MyRWA makes a difference,”...

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Stolen Dogs on the Rise in Everett

June 18, 2015
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 Everett has recently seen an uprise of stolen dogs throughout the community. The Everett Police department recently shared images captured on a local family’s surveillance camera of a white male walking onto a porch and leaving with the family’s pit bull puppy. Thanks to the home security cameras, Everett police were able to easily...

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Police Briefs 06-17-2015

June 18, 2015
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Traffic was brought to a standstill for more than 10 minutes last Friday afternoon as these two men engaged in the beginnings of a knife fight on Elm Street around 1:15 p.m. While there were lots of threats and a good amount of posturing by both armed men, no one was stabbed or injured....

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Letter to the Editor

June 18, 2015
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Check out Scouting Dear Editor, Hi my name is Jereme Citro. I am Boy scout in Troop 814 Everett, MA. We are located at Glendale United Methodist Church on Ferry St. We meet on Tuesdays at 6:30 PM. Scouting is very fun. We go camping and do fun activities like games, canoeing, kayaking and...

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Steve Wynn Is Being A Good Neighbor

June 18, 2015
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While the twists and turns on the awarding of the casino license to Wynn Resorts continue with new lawsuits and allegations being leveled against the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC), one constant in this almost year-long saga has been Steve Wynn being a good neighbor. It is a testament to the character of Steve Wynn...

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Obituaries 06-17-2015

June 18, 2015
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Gregory Capano Past Commander of Quincy VFW, member of Saugus VFW and BPOE in Florida Gregory ‘Greg’ A. Capano of North Reading died on June 3. Greg was a member of the VFW in Saugus, BPOE in Naples, FL, past Commander of the VFW in Quincy and served his country in the US Army...

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