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Everett Man Expanding Catering Business Looking to Expand in the Corporate Arena

May 3, 2012
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Everett Man Expanding Catering Business Looking to Expand in the Corporate Arena

Chris Moreira, 28, is an up and coming Everett businessman. He is the owner of The Square Deli, 421 Broadway, and he is the brains and the brawn behind a budding catering service that is trying to tap in to corporate catering for larger businesses in the Everett/Greater Boston area. Moreira is working his...

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Huge Health Event at EHS Wednesday

May 3, 2012
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More than 1000 women of all ages and from every walk of life are expected to attend the ninth annual Celebrating Women event which is being held at Everett High School from 5-9 p.m. Wednesday. It is an enormous event geared for women and will include health information, raffles, prizes, community awards, guest speakers,...

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O’Donnell Has Never Forgotten the City He Comes From

April 11, 2012
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O’Donnell Has Never Forgotten the City He Comes From

Add this small bit to the plethora of wonderful things written about Everett’s Joe O’Donnell – and know this – he had nothing whatsoever to do with a word of this being written. It simply isn’t his style. Joe O’Donnell, who grew-up in Everett when this city was a far different place than it...

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Janitors Exonerated of Wrongdoing Student Safety Never Compromised

March 21, 2012
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Two custodians accused of assaulting a student at the Keverian School last month have been given a clean bill by law enforcement authorities following an exhaustive investigation by Everett Police and investigators in the office of Middlesex District Attorney Gerard Leone. The investigation by the DA’s office has been officially closed without any findings...

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DA’s Office Investigating Claim of Child Abuse

February 22, 2012
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DA’s Office Investigating Claim of Child Abuse

The Middlesex County District attorney’s office Child Abuse Unit is investigating an alleged incident at the Keverian School. Two of the school’s custodians have been placed on administrative leave with pay as the investigation gets underway. Presently, no charges have been filed against either of the custodians, neither of whom has been identified as...

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Popeyes Causing Stir for Chicken Lovers

February 9, 2012
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Popeyes Causing Stir for Chicken Lovers

For fried chicken lovers, the recent opening of Popeyes on the parkway just next to PepBoys, there is new reason to look forward to lunch or dinner or that late night nosh that you’ve been dying for. And it isn’t just their famous fried chicken – legs, wings, breasts all fried with a golden...

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School Committee Asks City for $3 Million Added Funding

January 19, 2012
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School Committee Asks City for $3 Million Added Funding

If the city does not make up a structural deficit in public school financing, the School Committee will be forced to layoff 96 teachers and personnel  as well as eliminate $1 million from non-personnel items, according to School Committeeman David Ela. Cuts that deep would irreparably harm public school education here and destabilize the...

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Investigation Widens into Jessica Cormier Murder

January 11, 2012
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Investigation Widens into Jessica Cormier Murder

Monday’s funeral for Everett’s Jessica Cormier was quiet and dignified and it was extremely well attended. The court proceeding two hours  after she was buried, where her assailant Clarence Earl Berry, 59, of Chelsea, was arraigned for stabbing her to death, was mobbed with friends, relatives and many grieving members of Cormier’s distraught family....

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A Forgotten Era of Everett Square

December 21, 2011
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A Forgotten Era of Everett Square

Everett Square 1895. The city is showing its Victorian grandeur, with its steepled churches, cobblestone streets, wide sidewalks, large overhanging awnings, horse driven carriages and trolleys. There is the absence of automobiles. It will be another decade before they appear and change the course of life for Everett residents and for mankind. The pace...

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The Mayor’s Race

September 28, 2011
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The mayor’s race here has some very certain and traditional hidden meanings to it. There is what is visible and what is not, what is possible and what is not, what will likely happen and what will not. In boxing terms, Napolitano is a welterweight fighting in the heavyweight division. Taking on the incumbent...

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