Monthly Archives: April 2018

In Memory of Speaker George

April 28, 2018
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In Memory of Speaker George

Scholarship recipient Emilee Guzman was joined by the Keverian family, who created the scholarship in memory of former Speaker of the House George Keverian.The new scholarship was presented at the State House on Friday during the Armenian Genocide remembrance.

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Unwanted Advances:With Hot Real Estate Market Comes High-Pressure Offers Online, in Person

April 28, 2018
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When Jacqueline Clark was perusing the Internet to help a friend find an affordable apartment in Everett, she came upon something quite shocking. Her house listed – or what appeared to be listed – online with a price estimate. But her house wasn’t for sale, even though it appeared to be on the screen....

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Protests Over Councilor Simonelli Continue, Recall Petition Discussed

April 28, 2018
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A group of protestors continued to mount a resistance against Councilor Steve Simonelli on Monday, showing up to the City Council meeting to call for more action from the Council and also to discuss mounting a recall campaign under a City Charter process. Not as many protestors showed up as two weeks ago following...

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Casino’s Future will have Big Moment on Friday at MGC

April 28, 2018
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This Friday, a gigantic ‘thank you’ celebration for construction workers and stakeholders will unfold on the site of the Wynn Boston Harbor casino project. Meanwhile, at nearly the same time, there will be a very high stakes meeting going on at the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) regarding the fate of Steve Wynn and the...

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Some Councilors Feel ‘Slighted’ by Lack of Info from Wynn

April 28, 2018
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When Councilor Wayne Matewsky needs to know about what is happening at the after-hours hot dog stand on the Parkway, he said he has no shortage of information. The immensely popular Love Dog stand has been very forthcoming with information over the past year, he said. However, when he wants to know more about...

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Firefighters, City Settle on Contract after Several Years

April 28, 2018
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The City and the Firefighters’ Union Local 143 have come to terms on a new contract that goes back two years to Fiscal Year 2016. “It’s finally concluded,” said President Craig Hardy. “Both sides agree it’s a fair deal. We all agree it’s good that it’s finally over…The membership ratified it overwhelmingly. It was...

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On May Day, Thousands to March for Worker and Immigrant Rights

April 28, 2018
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On Tuesday, May 1, International Workers’ Day workers, immigrants and supporters from across the region will join with labor and community organizations, starting at 4:00 p.m. in East Boston, and marching to Chelsea and Everett to participate in an act of unity and defiance against the Trump administration’s attacks against workers and immigrants. Labor, community and immigrants’ rights organization will...

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Pro-Life Town Hall Tour, ‘MCFL on the Move’ to Stop in Everett

April 28, 2018
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The 1st Annual Pro-Life Town Hall Tour is coming to Everett on Monday, April 30. The general public is invited to this event which will take place at Immaculate Conception Parish, 489 Broadway, Everett. This Pro-Life Town Hall is one of a series being held all across Massachusetts. It will feature the following speakers from...

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Former Councilor Chosen as New Council Legislative Aide

April 28, 2018
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Former City Councilor Mike Mangan received eight votes and the blessing of the City Council to be the next legislative aide to the body, that coming after the retirement of the long-time aid recently. The other two candidates, Joetta Lynn Yutkins and David Flood, each received one vote apiece. Three candidates were forwarded to...

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National Prescription Take-Back Day to be Held on April 28

April 28, 2018
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria, the Everett Health Department and Partnership for Success collaboration, along with the Everett Police will again be sponsoring a National Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, April 28,  from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Everett residents will be able to drop off any unused or expired medications for safe disposal at the...

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