Monthly Archives: May 2017

Sports 05-17-2017

May 19, 2017
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EHS Roundup EHS baseball team wins two contests The Everett High baseball team received outstanding pitching performances from Jason Hennessey and Jaili Marinez to post a pair of victories over Northeastern Conference rivals Lynn English and Marblehead this past week. In a 3-1 triumph at English on Monday, Hennessey went the entire seven-inning route,...

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Obituaries 05-17-2017

May 19, 2017
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Dorothy Rutstein Of Everett Dorothy (Winer) Rutstein of Everett passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 14. The beloved wife of the late Oscar “Blackie” Rutstein, she was pre-deceased by her cherished son Howard Rutstein. She was the devoted daughter of the late Max and Sadie Winer, sister of the late  Betty Egan, Esther Cohen,...

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Springfest at Night Shift

May 12, 2017
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Springfest at Night Shift

Ali Abidor enjoyed a game of corn-hole in the blocked off lot, an exclusive add on to Springfest at the Night Shift Brewery on Saturday, May 6. The new festival at the Brewery drew hundreds of thirsty patrons and had live music and games all day.

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Senate President Visits Everett

May 12, 2017
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Senate President Visits Everett

Senate President Stan Rosenberg met Everett resident Jack McGrath on Wednesday evening, May 3, during a dinner for Rosenberg hosted by Sen. Sal DiDomenico at Abbondanza’s Ristorante. The party attracted many residents and elected officials to welcome the Senate President to Everett.

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Martial Arts Legends:Shihan Nesta, Sensei Powers Teach Lessons Beyond Their Craft

May 12, 2017
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Martial Arts Legends:Shihan Nesta, Sensei Powers Teach Lessons Beyond Their Craft

By Cary Shuman Shihan Joe Nesta and Sensei Bill Powers have close to 90 years of combined experience in the martial arts. Their friendship dates back to the late 1970s. Holder of the highest ranking in Nick Cerio’s Kenpo in the United States, Nesta, 62, is the owner of Nesta’s Kenpo Karate at 701...

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Mayor Submits $227 Million Budget Proposal for FY 2018

May 12, 2017
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Everett City Auditor Eric Demas, who serves as the City’s chief financial officer, addressed a Joint Convention of the City Council and School Committee on Monday night, on behalf of Mayor Carlo DeMaria to present the annual budget proposal for the Council’s consideration. Demas apologized for the Mayor’s absence, and...

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Billboards on the Mind, and the Docket for Everett Residents

May 12, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Billboards are never the most popular item on any agenda, but as the City changes to more of a destination, every billboard item on any City agenda has drawn more and more attention. With more people choosing Everett as a destination, some worry that billboards – which are technically outlawed in...

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The King is Back:Cardillo to Bring Food, Slush Back to Parkway

May 12, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Richie’s Slush is a homegrown Everett treat that spread rapidly many years ago, but few outside of the city know that the slush grew out of a very popular grocery and sandwich shop on the Parkway. Now, after many decades of having the food operation closed down, Rich Cardillo has purchased...

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Main Street Development Looks to Change the View

May 12, 2017
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By Seth Daniel The old Sonny’s Pizza location on Main Street isn’t an easy residential conversion project, but City leaders are giving kudos to Newton developer Charlie Zammuto for taking on the project – which is now in the framing stage and just taking shape. After getting approvals in 2016, Zammuto has set to...

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Northern Strand Path Faces Obstacles in Extension to Mystic

May 12, 2017
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By Seth Daniel A good crowd of community members showed up on Thursday night, May 4, to learn and weigh in on a study that is looking to extend the Northern Strand Community Path all the way to the Mystic River. The study is paid for by the City via a grant from the...

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