Monthly Archives: July 2017

Seeing Red

July 14, 2017
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Seeing Red

Everett Public Works employees painted the town red this past month as they spruced up the crosswalks near the Everett Memorial Stadium and at various parks around the City. Pictured here putting a nice Crimson Tide coating of paint on Chelsea Street near the Stadium are workers Joe Ronan and Bob DiBiaso.

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Work Has Started in Lower Broadway Business Relocation

July 14, 2017
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Work Has Started in Lower Broadway Business Relocation

The side project by Wynn Boston Harbor of relocating existing Lower Broadway businesses to the former RiverGreen site next to 7-Acre Park has begun construction. Chris Gordon, president of Wynn Massachusetts Design and Development, said crews have started site work and are driving piles for the new Freightliner facility. Boston Freightliner on Lower Broadway...

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Wynn Begins Work on Living Shoreline, but What is a Living Shoreline?

July 14, 2017
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Wynn Begins Work on Living Shoreline, but What is a Living Shoreline?

By Seth Daniel When residents walk along the new Wynn Boston Harbor walkway, it won’t be like a lot of the HarborWalk areas in Boston where bulkhead walls provide a sharp cutoff between the land and the water. Instead, residents will see what was there before the chemical plants moved in and before the...

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A Phenomenal Event:City to Host Colossal 125th Anniversary Parade and Drum Corps Competition

July 14, 2017
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By Seth Daniel The hills of Everett will be alive with the sounds of music this coming Saturday, July 22, as scores of drum and bugle corps from all over the East Coast will descend upon the city – in a nod to the past – for a colossal parade and competition in honor...

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City Clerk Selection Process Starts This Month, Applications Coming In

July 14, 2017
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By Seth Daniel The City has advertised the position of City Clerk to the general public, and City Council officials said this week that they are preparing an official process to move forward – with a new Clerk expected to be picked in the first week of August. So far, as of Monday afternoon,...

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An Investment in Our Future

July 14, 2017
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Governor Charlie Baker’s recent announcement that his administration will ask the legislature for a five-year, $500 million life sciences initiative that will extend the state’s decade-long commitment to the biotech and medical technology industry demonstrates the governor’s focus on maintaining Massachusetts’ lead in this important area. The proposal, which Gov. Baker unveiled recently at...

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Obituaries 07-12-2017

July 14, 2017
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Patricia Marchese Of Florida, formerly of Everett Patricia I. (Briand) Marchese of Florida, formerly of Everett, died on July 2. She was the beloved wife of Charles P. Marchese; loving mother of Denise Souza and her husband, Barry, James Marchese and his wife, Dianne, Michael Marchese and Michelle Russell and her husband, John and...

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Court Orders Repairs Begin on Everett Sq Building

July 7, 2017
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Court Orders Repairs Begin on Everett Sq Building

By Seth Daniel After more than a year of fighting in court, a dispute between the Bouvier family and the City of Everett has been settled, with work crews moving in last Friday to begin critical repairs to the Everett Square building. Mayor Carlo DeMaria said he noted that the work was beginning on...

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First Firework Show Since the 1960s A Huge Success

July 7, 2017
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First Firework Show Since the 1960s A Huge Success

Glendale Park has become all things since it was rehabilitated and repurposes a few years back, and now it will likely be the go-to spot for Fourth of July celebrations in years to come. On Saturday, July 1, Mayor Carlo DeMaria, the City of Everett, and hundreds of residents celebrated Independence Day in the...

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NEA Chooses Everett to Kick Off Boston Conference

July 7, 2017
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NEA Chooses Everett to Kick Off Boston Conference

By Seth Daniel Hundreds of teachers from across the United States joined the Everett Public Schools and hundreds of Everett students for a special community fair sponsored by the National Education Association (NEA), which chose Everett as the site to kick off its annual conference – which was held in Boston last week. Mayor...

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