Monthly Archives: November 2017

Investigation into Tremont Street Shooting Continues; Victim Reportedly Recovering

November 16, 2017
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Everett police this week are continuing their investigation into a shooting that was initially reported in the area of the Tremont Street skate park last Thursday, November 9. Everett Police Chief Steve Mazzie said on Monday that there is little to report, other than what was released by the department...

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How Do You Feed 1,300 Hungry Construction Workers? Give them Newbridge Café Steak Tips.

November 16, 2017
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By Seth Daniel When Suffolk Construction and Wynn Boston Harbor needed to feed 1,300 construction workers last Thursday during a steel Topping Off ceremony and party, they knew whom to call. NewBridge Café on the Everett/Chelsea line, and the Mandracchia brothers, responded with hundreds of pounds of their famous steak tips, chicken, sausage and...

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Senator Sal DiDomenico Passes Action Plan in Response to Climate Change Bill

November 16, 2017
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Senator Sal DiDomenico (D-Everett) and his colleagues in the Massachusetts Senate recently passed S.2196, a bill to establish a comprehensive adaptation management action plan in response to climate change. This is the fifth time such a plan has been passed by the Senate: first in July 2014; then July 2015; followed by January 2016;...

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Wynn Off-Site Road Improvements Begin this Week in Everett, Charlestown

November 16, 2017
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By Seth Daniel The long-awaited road improvements in areas surrounding the Wynn Boston Harbor casino site will begin this week, with preliminary work continuing through the winter season. Significant work on the roads, such as Sweetser Circle and Sullivan Square, will not begin until the early spring of next year. “Contractors have been chosen...

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Everett Businesses at the Center of Fight Over State Alcohol Rule Changes

November 16, 2017
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By Seth Daniel When it comes to re-writing the rules for alcohol retailers, Everett seems to be at the center of the action, whether it’s brewers like Night Shift, retailers like Everett’s Total Wine & More location or the state’s Package Store Association, Everett has seemingly found itself at the center of the debate...

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Mayor DeMaria Launches “Road to Recovery” Initiative

November 16, 2017
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria announced a new City of Everett initiative, the “Road to Recovery.” This program is coordinated by the City of Everett Mayor’s Office, Everett Public Health Department, Everett Fire Department and Everett Police Department. The initiative helps individuals who are seeking assistance to overcome the disease of opioid addiction, which has claimed numerous...

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Police Briefs 11-15-2017

November 16, 2017
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Police Log Sunday, 10/08 Onel Carrasquillo, 47, 50 Stratton St., Dorchester, was arrested for larceny of property over $250. Killperso Gomez-DeSouza, 23, 2 Jerome Ct., Everett, was arrested for larceny. Willie Leaster Jr., 37, 11 Glendale St., Everett, was arrested for disorderly conduct. Monday, 10/09 Gina Brogan, 38, 91 Nichols St., Everett, was arrested...

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Thank You to My Family, the Residents of Everett, and All the Volunteers

November 16, 2017
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By: Mayor Carlo DeMaria I want to thank the voters of Everett for re-electing me Mayor last week. I want to take this opportunity to thank my wife for allowing me this wonderful opportunity to serve as Mayor of the City of Everett. This job tends to be very hard on my wife and...

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Everett Benefits by Maintaining Strong Alcohol Regulations

November 16, 2017
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By Frank Anzalotti Our nation’s relationship with regulations involves a careful balance of competing interests – demand for convenient, easy access to goods and services alongside the need for public safety. This dynamic affects every aspect of modern life, including oversight of retail alcohol sales. For decades, Bay State officials have enforced laws and...

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There Are Only Winners

November 16, 2017
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Last week’s election shows that civic spirit is very much alive in our community.  The large number of candidates, who gave up their time and money over the course of the last few months to meet voters and state their positions only makes our community better. When listening to the candidates, voters could hear...

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