Monthly Archives: September 2015

Annual Jared’s Run

September 25, 2015
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Annual Jared’s Run

Jared Connor (in stroller) prepares to race with his mom Reia, dad Rick, and brother Aaron. Sunday marked the annual Jared’s Run in and around Glendale Park to help Connor in his fight against Sanfilippo Syndrome.  

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No Decision Yet on MGC Lawsuits

September 25, 2015
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A judge in Suffolk Superior Court heard several arguments Tuesday afternoon on multiple lawsuits against the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) regarding the Wynn casino license. Despite all of the discussion, Judge Janet Sanders did not make a decision. “I have heard all the arguments and will make a decision as quickly as possible,” she...

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Marcus,Simonelli Emerge from Ward 2 Primary:Will Face Each Other on the November Ballot

September 25, 2015
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Incumbent Ward 2 Councilor Stephen Simonelli will face former Ward 2 Common Councilor Jason Marcus on the November general election ballot, after the two candidates earned the two highest vote totals in last week’s only city council preliminary election. Marcus actually edged out Simonelli by seven votes in a race...

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EHS’s Lomas to be Chair of ALS Walk in Chelsea

September 25, 2015
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Collaboration with the outside world is the newest thing inside school buildings these days, and so the long-time relationship between Everett High School’s Allied Health Academy and the Leonard Florence Center for Living (LFCFL) in Chelsea has been a natural in this new environment. This weekend, the leader of the Academy, teacher Susan Lomas,...

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Over 3,500 People Flood Norman Street for the Ultimate Street Festival

September 25, 2015
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On Saturday, September 19th Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the City of Everett welcomed a crowd of over 3,500 Everett residents and visitors from the greater Boston area to the first annual Village Fest. The Mayor and City partnered with local businesses Night Shift Brewing and Short Path Distillery to present a new exciting take...

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Planning Board Delays Votes on Two Major Projects

September 25, 2015
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. The Everett Planning Board returned to work last week, one day after the Preliminary Election Day with a pair of major proposals on their agenda. However, at the end of the night both projects had been pushed off, in one case to give the board more time, and in the...

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Plainridge Casino Numbers Hold Strong in Second Month of Operation

September 25, 2015
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The August numbers for the state’s first casino, Plainridge Park Casino, arrived last week and showed a steady haul of revenues – just slightly down from the first month of operations. In August, Plainridge generated $15.228 million in gross gaming revenues, which is the money left over after all the payouts have been made....

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Letters to the Editor

September 25, 2015
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McLaughlin congratulates Mayor DeMaria on an outstanding first Annual Village Fest Thanks to sponsors like Wynn Everett, Home Depot, and others, the City was able to host a fun-filled day this past Saturday.  It was great to see several hundred Everett residents out enjoying such a wonderful event.  I am really pleased that the...

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Sports 09-23-2015

September 25, 2015
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Everett football shuts down New Bedford, 23-0 Gulla, McAfee power Tide to victory By Cary Shuman The Everett High football team rebounded from its opening night setback with an impressive 23-0 victory over New Bedford Friday night on the Whalers’ home field. New Bedford had scored seven touchdowns in a 45-20 win (versus Taunton)...

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The Psychology of Police as Targets

September 18, 2015
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In Indiana, it was a 31-year-old rookie officer shot on the side of the road after a traffic stop. In Las Vegas, two officers were ambushed at a traffic light. In Texas, a sheriff’s deputy was gunned down while gassing up his vehicle. In California, a highway patrolman was shot while executing a traffic...

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