Monthly Archives: October 2017

Last Respects

October 13, 2017
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Last Respects

Students and School officials lined Elm Street last week as the funeral procession for the late School Committeeman and teacher Bob Carriero passed by Everett High School. Students held signs expressing their condolences. Supt. Fred Foresteire said Carriero was a “peacemaker” in the city.

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Standing at the Top:Offense Rolls as Everett Routs Lowell, 55-27

October 13, 2017
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Standing at the Top:Offense Rolls as Everett Routs Lowell, 55-27

By Cary Shuman Four games in to the 2017 season, the Everett High football team is unbeaten, top ranked, and once again heading to the state playoffs as a strong contender for the Division 1 championship. Everett reaffirmed its top-tier status with a 55-27 victory over Lowell, handing the host Red Raiders their first...

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Major Property Owner in Village Area Sees Transformation

October 13, 2017
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By Seth Daniel When Gerry Berberian started buying forgotten industrial land in Everett’s Village area on Air Force Road, not in the furthest reaches of his mind did he ever consider the area could become as popular as it has so fast – hosting things as trendy as breweries and as exotic as axe...

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Officer Pepicelli Honored with Medal of Valor

October 13, 2017
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By Seth Daniel All in all, the moment that found Everett Police Officer Joe Pepicelli at the State House being honored with a major policing award last Thursday, Oct. 5, lasted but 60 seconds. However, it was 60 seconds that without the mindful response of Officer Pepicelli could have resulted in several innocent bystanders...

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Getting Qualified:New Cooking School Program in Everett to Prepare Residents for Casino Jobs

October 13, 2017
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By Seth Daniel It’s one thing to be excited and talk about some 4,000 casino jobs coming to Everett, but it’s a whole other thing to fill those jobs with qualified Everett residents. That challenge has become prominent this year as the Wynn Boston Harbor casino has begun to come out of the ground...

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Wynn Boston Harbor Working to be on the Forefront of Energy Efficiency:To Use Innovative Battery Technology to Store Energy, save Millions

October 13, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Wynn Boston Harbor is working closely with well-known international companies to implement battery technology into their building, a new technology that will help them store cheaper power purchased during off peak hours, and contribute to an overall energy usage that is but 60 percent of what would be expected for a...

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Cynthia Sarnie Announces Her Candidacy for Councilor-At-Large

October 13, 2017
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My name is Cynthia Sarnie, I will be running for one of the five spots for Councilor-at-Large for the city of Everett which will be held on November 7th.  LAST NAME ON THE BALLOT I am a lifelong resident of Everett, growing up on Forest Ave, raising my family on Main Street, and now...

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Congratulations Officer Joe Pepicelli

October 13, 2017
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Being a police officer in today’s world is never easy.  The range of training that an officer must go through before being sworn-in is tremendous.  One must be able to deal with gang issues, domestic violence, child abuse, violent murder, people high on drugs and people released too early from mental health facilities due...

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Sports 10-11-2017

October 13, 2017
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EHS Roundup HS volleyball team wins pair, now 7-5 The Everett High volleyball team took a big step — two steps, actually — toward earning a spot in the post-season state tournament with a pair of convincing victories over Northeastern Conference rivals Lynn Classical and Lynn English last week. The twin wins improved the...

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Obituaries 10-11-2017

October 13, 2017
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Douglas Clarke Everett native with a never ending selfless nature Douglas E. Clarke, a lifelong resident of Everett, passed away unexpectedly at home on Saturday, September 30. He was 62 years old. Born in Everett on October 22, 1954, he was one of two sons of the late Wallace B. and Ruth A. (Mersereau)...

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