Monthly Archives: March 2017

Celebrating Super Bowl

March 31, 2017
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Celebrating Super Bowl

Everett High School Principal Erick Naumann, Coach John DiBiaso, and former student Sean Griffin, who presented a citation from former President Barack Obama congratulating Everett for its Super Bowl victory in December.

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The 24’s

March 31, 2017
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The 24’s

Leandra Sharron performed as a yoga enthusiast in the humorous performance entitled, “Chicksmas,” at the Paris Street Gallery in Everett last Saturday, March 25. The event was part of ‘The 24’s,’ an artistic event that paired up actors and actresses for 24 hours to write, stage and perform an original play for a packed...

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Mayor Carlo DeMaria Welcomes Mass Mayors’ Association Today

March 31, 2017
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria Welcomes Mass Mayors’ Association Today

By Seth Daniel Decision makers from all over the state will descend upon Everett today, March 29, as scores of mayors from around the state will gather to talk transportation, among other issues. This morning, Mayor Carlo DeMaria will welcome Speaker Robert DeLeo, Secretary of Transportation Stephanie Pollack, and members of the Massachusetts Mayors’...

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enVision:New Hotel Features Big Nod to Everett History, to Open by April 1

March 31, 2017
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By Seth Daniel The enVision Hotel on Revere Beach Parkway is in the final stages of construction and will likely open on or before April 1, and the design of the new hotel is all about Everett. From old maps of Everett, to sewing machines harkening back to the days of the old building...

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Wynn Boston Harbor Reaches $1 Million in Wages and Benefits to Everett Residents

March 31, 2017
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Just eight months after breaking ground, Wynn Boston Harbor announced that more than $1 million in wages and benefits have been paid to Everett residents who are working union construction jobs at the five-star Wynn Boston Harbor resort. To date, 49 employees from Everett have worked more than 18,000 hours on the resort. “The...

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City Council Approves Inclusionary Zoning Ordinance

March 31, 2017
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. By a margin of 10-2, the Everett City Council on Monday night approved a new inclusionary zoning by-law that will require new residential developments with more than 10 units to set aside a prescribed percentage of units for affordable housing. The issue has been before the Council for some time,...

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Letters Go Out to Prepare Retailers for New Smoking Regs

March 31, 2017
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By Seth Daniel The multi-city tobacco control board has sent out letters to Everett retailers this month to prepare them for new smoking regulations that will go into effect on May 1, making the new smoking age 21 and sharply curtailing the sale of flavored cigars and e-cigarettes. The Everett Board of Health and...

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First “Massachusetts Open Mosque Day” to be Held on April 2

March 31, 2017
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Sunday, April 2nd, 18 mosques across Massachusetts will hold an Open-Mosque Day to provide an opportunity for the wider public to meet their Muslim neighbors. The festivities will include the American Islamic Center in Everett. Attendees will have the opportunity to tour a mosque, hear a brief introduction to Islam, and witness a Muslim...

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Senator DiDomenico Brings Ways and Means Committee Hearing to Everett Once Again

March 31, 2017
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Senator Sal DiDomenico is once again bringing members of the Senate and House Committees on Ways & Means to Everett for a public hearing on the Governor’s budget proposal for the Fiscal Year 2017. The hearing will be held on Monday, April 3 at 10 a.m. at Everett High School, and is one of...

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Trump Fails to Put Kids First In “America First” Budget

March 31, 2017
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By Senator Sal DiDomenico President Donald Trump recently released his 2018 budget, outlining billions of dollars in cuts to vital governmental agencies and services. Almost laughably, the Administration has titled its budget “America First,” despite zeroing out and reducing funding for programs that help millions of Americans. Included in those cuts was the complete...

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