Monthly Archives: January 2016

After the Storm

January 28, 2016
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After the Storm

Christine Vega runs in the fresh snow at Glendale Park on Sunday morning. After the winds and snow died down Saturday night, Sunday brought plenty of sun and snow for kids to play in – and just enough for adults to shovel.

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EPD Searches for Robbery Suspects

January 28, 2016
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EPD Searches for Robbery Suspects

Everett Chief of Police Steven A. Mazzie reported that units from the Everett Police Department responded to the Tedeschi’s Market at 511 Broadway Monday morning, Jan. 25, for a report of an armed robbery. Responding officers spoke to the clerk, (name withheld by request), who was bleeding heavily from a head wound. The clerk...

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Wynn Building Permit to Come in a Few Weeks:Unlocks $5 Million in Mitigation

January 28, 2016
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Wynn Everett officials indicated last week that they will start construction on the $1.7 billion destination casino this May, and hope to take out their first building permit from Everett in the next two weeks – a milestone that triggers major mitigation money for the City. “We’re shooting for May to start construction,” said...

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Winter Works Projects Explained

January 28, 2016
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. City Councilors heard from representatives of the city’s public works department and National Grid Monday night, as they sought to understand a pair of winter time infrastructure projects that were begun shortly before Christmas. Work on Linden Street, begun by public works in December and now wrapped up for the...

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Local Crime Issue Gets Attention

January 28, 2016
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. City Councilors on Monday night voted unanimously to ask ECTV to begin running public service announcements about a recent increase in thefts and break-ins in the Springvale Avenue neighborhood and to also ask Everett Police Chief Steven Mazzie to develop a more complete patrol plan for all Everett neighborhoods and...

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Mayor:Next Two Years Will be about Making Everett Healthier

January 28, 2016
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Mayor:Next Two Years Will be about Making Everett Healthier

There are any numbers of priorities the mayor of a City like Everett could focus on. It could be sidewalks, public safety, job creation or the like. But there’s one focus that Mayor Carlo DeMaria has centered in on over the last two years that virtually no one else in municipal government has considered...

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Demaria Has Eye on Eliminating Hot Top, Enhancing Malden River

January 28, 2016
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As Mayor Carlo DeMaria prepares for his midterm address in late February, there are some things that he wants to prioritize. One major area he wants to focus on is the Malden River. Already popular as a walkway and bikeway along the River, DeMaria said he would like to concentrate on getting the canoe...

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Construction on Woods Memorial Bridge Starts Feb 1

January 28, 2016
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 Beginning on Monday, Feb. 1, at 10 p.m. traffic on Route 16 Eastbound will be reduced from three to two lanes from Wellington Circle to the Woods Memorial River Bridge over the Malden River. The new lane configuration is expected to last two years. Judlau-White J.V. LLC will be installing a temporary barrier in...

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Police Briefs 01-27-2016

January 28, 2016
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Monday, 1/11 Sheneka Lucretia, 24, 47 Woodlawn St., Everett, was arrested for breaking and entering in the night with intent to commit felony. Juan Morales-Ventura, 18, 28 Autumn St., Everett, was arrested for trespassing. Marquille Morrisey, 28, 9 Oliver St., Everett, was arrested on a warrant. Tuesday, 1/12 Jose Adonai Huezo, 24, 115 Buckman...

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A Timely Motion

January 28, 2016
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One can seldom pick up a newspaper or listen to the radio or television news without hearing about the opioid crisis that is afflicting so many people in so many communities. Wealthier communities than Everett are struggling with this problem. That is why no one should consider the opioid crisis as peculiar only to...

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