Monthly Archives: October 2015

Police Briefs 10-21-2015

October 22, 2015
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Monday, 10/5 Kurt Biewald, 51, 99 Kinsman St., Everett, was arrested for intimidation of a witness. Tuesday, 10/6 Pedro Franco, 41, 35 School ST., Everett, was arrested for attempting to commit a crime. William Pendergast, 55, 15 Hancock St., Everett, was arrested on a warrant. Wednesday, 10/7 Gregory Maitre, 20, 44 Gledhill Ave., Everett,...

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Fall, A Wonderful Season, or a Painful Event?

October 22, 2015
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By Mike Powers District Manager, Customer Service and Sales U.S. Postal Service This is a beautiful time of year in New England.  But as the Postal Service works to provide the best service for you, we need your help to overcome the obstacles that autumn and the earliest days of winter can deliver. The...

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Letter to the Editor

October 22, 2015
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Working hard for Everett In rebuttal to the “want to be” candidate from ward 6,  I first want to say I wish him good luck and good health. Regarding his Letter to the Editor in this paper of last week he did himself a dis-service.  He stated that he was “the ONLY Ward 6...

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Sports 10-21-2015

October 22, 2015
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EHS Roundup Tough stretch for Everett High boys soccer The Everett High boys soccer team dropped all three of its contests this past week, and all were by shutout scores. In last Monday’s contest at Chelsea, the Crimson Tide controlled the play and had many more scoring opportunities than their Red Devil opponents. However, Chelsea...

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Supporting Wynn Everett

October 16, 2015
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Supporting Wynn Everett

Phyllis Polci and Mike Glennon questioned Boston Mayor Martin Walsh’s decision to put money into lawsuits against Everett’s Wynn casino instead of more productive things. They were joined by about two dozen other supporters at Boston City Hall Plaza last Wednesday, Oct. 7.

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9th Annual Als Walk for Living

October 16, 2015
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9th Annual Als Walk for Living

Steve Saling, a resident with ALS, made his way from the starting point at Admiral’s Hill in Chelsea, (neon green shirt) for the 9th annual ALS Walk for Living.

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Everett Dedicates ‘Dan Ross Way’

October 16, 2015
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Everett Dedicates ‘Dan Ross Way’

One of the biggest highlights of Everett High School’s 2015 Homecoming festivities was the official unveiling of Dan Ross Way inside Veterans’ Memorial Stadium. The dedication ceremony honored the life and career of the late, great Dan Ross, a 1975 EHS graduate, record-breaking tight end at Northeastern University, and NFL standout with the Cincinnati Bengals....

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Wynn Files Lawsuit Regarding Allegations

October 16, 2015
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After having restrained itself for many months, Wynn Everett owner Steve Wynn said Wednesday, Oct. 7, that his company is fed up with the treatment it has received in Boston and it was now going to do something about it – filing a one-count, 10-page libel suit in Suffolk Superior Court on Monday. The...

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Wynn Choses Boston’s Charter Environmental for Site Clean Up

October 16, 2015
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Wynn Everett announced the contractor on Tuesday that will clean up one of the most polluted stretches of land in the entire Northeast. Charter Environmental of Boston won the bid recently to remediate the site where Wynn will construct its $1.7 billion resort casino, construction that is projected to begin next spring. Charter President...

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One Everett to Host Candidates Forum

October 16, 2015
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One Everett, a local community action group that formed in support of the Wynn Casino proposal two years ago, has announced its plans to host a Council Candidates Forum tonight Wednesday, October 14, to help voters familiarize themselves with the candidates for City Council. The Candidates Forum will be held from 6 p.m. to...

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