Monthly Archives: September 2017

Preliminary Election for At-Large Council Next Week

September 15, 2017
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The City Preliminary Election for the at-Large City Council race will take place next Tuesday, Sept. 19. The election has been rather quiet to now, as the 11 candidates will be whittled down to 10 – meaning that the election will decide the departure of only one candidate of the 11. Still, at-Large candidates...

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Police Briefs 09-13-2017

September 15, 2017
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Sunday, 8/6 Alexander Andrews, 26, 79 Berkeley St., Lawrence, was arrested on default warrants. Laura Barrett, 50, 312 Broadway, Everett, was arrested on warrant. James Lassiter III, 32, 9R West St., Everett, was arrested for being a disorderly person. Larry Lessard, 63, 42 Hillside Ave., Everett, was arrested for being a disorderly person, and...

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Letters to the Editor

September 15, 2017
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Ban recreational marijuana shops (As presented to the City Council on Monday night, Sept. 11) Dear Mr. President and Members of the Council: I am pleased to introduce tonight a proposal to ban recreational marijuana shops in the City of Everett. This ban is consistent with the will of the voters in our city,...

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Remembering 9/11

September 15, 2017
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There are few events in life that one can recall exactly what they were doing when the tragedy happened to unfold. One event in our life was when the planes flew into the World Trade Center Buildings on that Tuesday morning in 2011. We were just one in a small group of residents at...

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Sports 09-13-2017

September 15, 2017
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EHS Roundup EHS volleyball team defeats Saugus, 3-0   The Everett High volleyball team split its first two games of the season, defeating Saugus on the road in the season-opener before dropping a heartbreaking, five- set match against Salem at home on Friday. In their first contest as a member of the Northeastern Conference,...

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Obituaries 09-13-2017

September 15, 2017
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Eric Giovanniello Of Everett Eric J. Giovanniello of Everett entered into rest, unexpectedly on Labor Day, September 4 at age 39 in the Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston, Maine. He was born in Boston, has resided in Everett for most of his life and was a graduate of Everett High School. The beloved...

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Football Jamboree

September 8, 2017
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Football Jamboree

Tide Receiver Anthony Norcia (11) goes up and hauls in a ball for a completion in the company of a Lynn Classical defender during the annual Football Jamboree scrimmages at Everett Veterans Memorial Stadium on Friday night, Sept. 1. The Crimson Tide looked impressive in the tune-up, but will host major rival Xaverian Brothers...

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Overcoming Addiction Vigil

September 8, 2017
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Overcoming Addiction Vigil

Sotiria Martinez and Jackalyn Senibaldi shared an emotional moment as they remembered Celena Senibaldi, who passed away last year. This and many other difficult moments came during the 3rd Annual Everett Overcoming Addiction candlelight vigil at Werhner Park on Weds., Aug. 30. The annual event seeks to remember those lost to addiction in the...

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Town-Wide:Massive Homecoming Celebration this Weekend

September 8, 2017
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Town-Wide:Massive Homecoming Celebration this Weekend

A tireless and expansive group of school and city officials have put the finishing touches on this weekend’s Homecoming festivities, which include an exciting mix of tradition and a new flourish that is sure to dazzle residents of all ages. Organizers have once again scheduled a full array of festivities, highlighted by a massive...

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Wynn Clean Up is Done and Hotel Tower is Rising Out of the Ground

September 8, 2017
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Wynn Clean Up is Done and Hotel Tower is Rising Out of the Ground

By Seth Daniel It’s only been one short year since the Wynn Boston Harbor team and Suffolk Construction began to really ramp up the construction and environmental clean up on the old Monsanto Chemical site. For months, the polluted, vacant site was a large hole in the ground and a place where thousands of...

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