Monthly Archives: September 2015

LaFayette School Unveils Exterior Improvements

September 10, 2015
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LaFayette School Unveils Exterior Improvements

Everett City Engineer Julius Ofurie is pictured outside the Lafayette School, where he designed and oversaw a comprehensive facelift of the school’s sidewalks (with handicap-accessible curb cuts), parking lot, and driveways. “We commend Mr. Ofurie, the Engineering Department, and Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. for completing this much-needed project over the summer,” said Superintendent of Schools...

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Season Opener Is Friday

September 10, 2015
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Season Opener Is Friday

Everett Quarterback Jordan McAfee zeroes in on his target up field. The Tide played Lynn Classical in the annual Football Jamboree scrimmage last Friday, Sept. 11. Everett came out with a win over the Classical Rams, 14-0, in the scrimmage. In their opening tilt, the Tide will have a big game on Friday, Sept....

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The Wailers are Coming to Village Fest

September 10, 2015
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria is excited to announce that The Wailers are coming to Everett for Village Fest! The reggae band that served as the music behind Bob Marley’s voice will headline Village Fest on September 19th from 3 to 9PM. The City of Everett is partnering with local businesses Night Shift Brewing and Short...

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Judge Leaning Towards Dismissal of Taxpayer Lawsuit Casino Case

September 10, 2015
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A judge overseeing the taxpayer lawsuit against the MBTA and the state Department of Transportation (DOT) in regards to the sale of property to the Wynn Everett casino signaled in court Friday that she is leaning towards dismissing the suit. The taxpayer lawsuit was initiated by 24 taxpayers who contended that the sale of...

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MGC:Investigation into ‘Wiretap Room’ Shows No Factual Basis to Allegations

September 10, 2015
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Investigators from the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) reported last Thursday during a regular meeting that there was no factual basis to the allegations that two former State Troopers had gained unauthorized access to the state Attorney General’s wiretap room. The allegations first came within the lawsuit against the MGC by the City of Boston,...

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Police Briefs 09-09-2015

September 10, 2015
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Monday, 8/24 James Tracy, Jr., 26, 250 Everett Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for two counts of malicious destruction of property worth over $250. Tuesday, 8/25 David Griffen, 40, 12 Whitman St., Dorchester, was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with suspended license, subsequent offense, speeding and default warrant. Carlos Rivera, 31, 165 Cottage St.,...

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Everett Opens Season Versus Xaverian Friday Night

September 10, 2015
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The Everett High School football team couldn’t have found a tougher Opening Night test than the opponent it will face Friday night. Defending Division 1 Super Bowl champion Xaverian High School, who defeated Everett last December for the state title at Gillette Stadium, will be at Everett Veterans Memorial Stadium for the 2015 season...

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Everett Pop Warner Football Begins

September 2, 2015
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Everett Pop Warner Football Begins

The Everett Crimson Tide Pop Warner football and cheerleading teams are preparing for the 2015 season that gets underway Sept 13. Pictured above at a practice session Monday at Sacramone Park is the Everett ‘D’ team with coaches Jason LaMonica, Jimmy Bartolo, Dave Frye, and Rick Pulsifer.

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Block Party

September 2, 2015
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Block Party

MariaJose Cardenas made some colorful creations with sidewalk chalk to brighten up the parking lot during the One Everett Block Party on Summer Street last Sunday, Aug. 30. The event featured games, food and booths, including a presentation from the Everett Community Growers.

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Back to School for Everett

September 2, 2015
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Back to School for Everett

Principal John Obremski and new first graders Jonathan Hernandez, Gianna Long, Olivia Macceo, and Michael Solies prepare to enter the Keverian School for the first day of the new term on Tuesday morning, Sept. 1. Everett’s elementary schools began the school year Tuesday morning, officially putting an end of the summer break.

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