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Drum & Bugle Corps

June 23, 2017
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Drum & Bugle Corps

The Boston Crusaders put on a theatrical performance, incorporating dance and expressive movement in their lively musical routine. Hundreds flocked to Everett Memorial Stadium on Saturday, June 17, for a premier exhibition of Drum & Bugle corps from around the state. The Everett Public Schools Music Department organized the wonderful display of music and...

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City Receives $12.5 Million from Wynn

June 23, 2017
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City Receives $12.5 Million from Wynn

On Wednesday, June 14, the City of Everett and Wynn Boston Harbor held a public update meeting on the Wynn casino constructionsite. At the meeting, Wynn Resorts President Robert DeSalvio presented a check to Mayor DeMaria for $12.5 million, part of the Host Community Agreement with Wynn. It was the second multi-million dollar payment...

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Campaign Kickoff

June 23, 2017
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Campaign Kickoff

Mayor Carlo DeMaria thanked the large crowd of Everett residents who attended his reception on Thursday, which marked the official kickoff of his mayoral re-election campaign.

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Capuano says It’s Time for Democrats to Get Past the Small Details and Focus on Collaborating

June 23, 2017
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Capuano says It’s Time for Democrats to Get Past the Small Details and Focus on Collaborating

By Seth Daniel Congressman Mike Capuano hosted a community meeting at Everett High School last Tuesday evening, May 30, to update residents on the current state of affairs in Washington, D.C. The casual gathering allowed local residents to get a firsthand perspective of Capuano’s views on Washington. The event was well attended by Democrats...

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Greenway:Envisioning the Malden River of the Future

June 23, 2017
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Exciting changes are underway on the Malden River this summer. Once an industrial district, recent local leadership and Brownfield redevelopments are creating momentum to transform the river completely. Building on this renewed investment, the Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA), in partnership with the Cities of Everett, Malden, and Medford, is leading the Malden River...

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License Board Looking Towards Potential Ban of Alcohol ‘Nips’

June 23, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Citing trash and creating a public drinking environment, the Everett License Board on Monday night moved forward with a potential citywide ban on selling alcohol ‘nips’ in Everett. Chair Phil Antonelli said the Board has agreed to issue a letter to all liquor stores and package stores detailing that the City...

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Incumbents Lining Up for Re-Election

June 23, 2017
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. City election season began with the opening of the nominating period on May 1, and so far, the only real races developing are for at-large City Councilor and in the Ward 2 Council race, as incumbents have pulled papers in all races and no challengers have emerged elsewhere. The City...

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Backyard Chicken Coop Issue Bring Out those in Favor and Opposed

June 23, 2017
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By Katy Rogers The Everett Board of Health invited residents to an open meeting for input regarding an up to date chicken coop ordinance. Currently, chickens are already permitted in the city, but Everett’s outdated ordinance is vague and in need of being updated as the city has grown and become more congested with...

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The Opioid Epidemic is Truly Frightening

June 23, 2017
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If you were to ask the typical American what they believe to be the greatest danger to the well-being of our children and citizens, no doubt most would answer the threat from international terrorism. But the reality is that terrorism, even if you count the World Trade Center attack on 9/11, registers barely a...

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Obituaries 06-21-2017

June 23, 2017
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Wilfred Bowker Worked at family business, George E. Bowker & Sons Moving Co. Wilfred J. Bowker of Wilmington, formerly of Everett, passed away peacefully on June 16. He was 87 years old. Wilfred was a U.S. Navy Veteran who proudly served during the Korean War. He also worked at his family business, George E....

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