Monthly Archives: September 2017

Trump is Moving US Closer to War

September 29, 2017
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We were listening to the segment on 60 Minutes Sunday night in which Oprah Winfrey was interviewing pro-Trump and anti-Trump voters from Michigan, and we were struck by the comment of one man as to why he voted for Trump. He voiced a common refrain that many Trump supporters expressed during the campaign: The...

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Sports 09-27-2017

September 29, 2017
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Top-ranked Everett improves record to 3-0:Willcox leads Tide to big win over St. John’s Prep By Cary Shuman Everett quarterback Jake Willcox is always quick to tell reporters that his receiving contingent is in a class by itself in Massachusetts. But Willcox is off to a sensational start himself this season. The 6-foot-1-inch quarterback...

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Obituaries 09-27-2017

September 29, 2017
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Francis Moran Member of many organizations; of Florida, formerly of Everett After a lengthy senior care hospitalization, Francis S Moran, 91, passed away on August 13 in Margate, Florida. Frank and his wife, the late Frances B. Moran, were married for 67 years. They lived in Everett for years followed by Amesbury and then...

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Strike Out Cancer

September 22, 2017
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Strike Out Cancer

Scott Martinelli served as a pitcher during the Joey Rainone Softball Tournament at Glendale Park on Saturday, Sept. 16. The 2nd annual tournament raises money for a scholarship in the name of Rainone – a celebrated Everett athlete and a City worker who died suddenly last year.

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EHS Football

September 22, 2017
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EHS Football

Crimson Tide senior running back Kevin Brown made his Crimson Tide debut by hurdling what might have been a run-stopping tackle by a Leominster defensive end during Everett’s game on the road in Leominster last Friday night, Sept. 15. Brown was our with an injury for the opening game against Xaverian. The Crimson Tide...

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Oktoberfest

September 22, 2017
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Oktoberfest

Visiting Everett from New Jersey, Michael Skoczek was dressed for the occasion at Oktoberfest at Night Shift Brewing on Saturday, Sept. 16. The annual festival at the Everett brewery featured exclusive beer releases and large crowds. Many more are expected next week, however, when the entire district hosts Village Fest – with live entertainment...

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Results Revealed:Regional Working Group for Sullivan Square to Unveil Findings on Sept 25

September 22, 2017
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By Seth Daniel After more than a year of study and months of public meetings and forums, the Lower Mystic Regional Working Group will present its findings at a forum in Assembly Row on Sept. 25. The Group is the brainchild of the State’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and came out of the...

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Zoning Board Questions How Much More Development Can the City of Everett Take

September 22, 2017
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By Seth Daniel It was about 9:15 p.m. in a Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) meeting that had started at 7 p.m. when the City seemed to hit its tipping point. That proverbial tipping point has been teetering for quite some time, but the fruits of success that have come Everett’s way in the...

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Gateway to College Program Making a Difference

September 22, 2017
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Everett School Department’s Director of Special Education, Dr. Michael Baldassarre made a special presentation Monday night to the Everett School Committee, highlighting the district’s partnership with Bunker Hill Community College through the Gateway to College program, that has allowed BHCC to offer college preparation instruction to non-traditional EHS students, giving...

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Village Fest, the Ultimate Everett Street Fair, to be Held this Saturday, Sept 23

September 22, 2017
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The City of Everett’s Village Fest, the ultimate street fair featuring music, food, craft beer and spirits will take place in the Village Business District this Saturday, Sept. 23, from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. This year’s festival will feature the legendary R & B band, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, as well some...

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