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Everett Pop Warner Football Begins

September 2, 2015
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Everett Pop Warner Football Begins

The Everett Crimson Tide Pop Warner football and cheerleading teams are preparing for the 2015 season that gets underway Sept 13. Pictured above at a practice session Monday at Sacramone Park is the Everett ‘D’ team with coaches Jason LaMonica, Jimmy Bartolo, Dave Frye, and Rick Pulsifer.

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Block Party

September 2, 2015
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Block Party

MariaJose Cardenas made some colorful creations with sidewalk chalk to brighten up the parking lot during the One Everett Block Party on Summer Street last Sunday, Aug. 30. The event featured games, food and booths, including a presentation from the Everett Community Growers.

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Back to School for Everett

September 2, 2015
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Back to School for Everett

Principal John Obremski and new first graders Jonathan Hernandez, Gianna Long, Olivia Macceo, and Michael Solies prepare to enter the Keverian School for the first day of the new term on Tuesday morning, Sept. 1. Everett’s elementary schools began the school year Tuesday morning, officially putting an end of the summer break.

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Our Community Obligation in the Fight Against Substance Abuse

September 2, 2015
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As the opioid crisis takes its toll on the Commonwealth, I want to speak to the residents of Everett about how the City is making a great effort to curb this abuse. I am proud of the progress we have made. But we can’t stop here. We will continue to work to help provide...

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Letters to the Editor

September 2, 2015
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Council Candidate Michael McLaughlin Congratulates Everett and Wynn Development on MEPA License Award To the Editor: MEPA approval of the Wynn Everett project is a major step towards the construction of the $1.7 billion resort complex in Everett. I, Ward 6 City Council Candidate and former area Councilor Michael McLaughlin, offer my congratulations to...

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Can the Drug Epidemic be Stopped?

September 2, 2015
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A heroin epidemic is running rapid  throughout every neighborhood in the City of Boston. It’s cheap enough and readily available at the drop of a hat. While police are faced with a monumental task of taking drugs off the streets their efforts continue because most of the time the usual suspects are released by...

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Obituaries 09-02-2015

September 2, 2015
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Barbara Davison Registered Nurse Barbara I. Davison, R.N. of Everett entered into rest on August 28 in the North Shore Medical Center in Salem. She was 77 years old. Born in Everett, Barbara lived in Everett for most of her life. She attained her masters degree in nursing and was dedicated to healthcare all...

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Farmers Market

August 28, 2015
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Farmers Market

Josh Parsons entertained the crowd with his saxophone during the Farmer’s Market Family Festival last Wednesday evening, Aug. 19. Fresh food, games and fun collided in a good time for all.

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In Wake of Shooting, Braza’s Hours Rolled Back by License Commission

August 28, 2015
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In Wake of Shooting, Braza’s Hours Rolled Back by License Commission

Braza Bar & Grill met with the Licensing Board on Monday evening, Aug. 17, following the fatal shooting of 21-year old Ashlee Berryman outside of its establishment. A large crowd of Everett residents, as well as some of the local councillors, spilled into the hallway of City Hall in hopes of learning more information...

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Everett Public Schools Open on Tuesday Sept.1

August 28, 2015
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Public Schools Superintendent Frederick F. Foresteire announced that Everett Public Schools will open for the 2015-2016 school year on Tuesday, September 1st for all students in Grades One through Eight, as well as all Grade Nine students attending Everett High School for the first time.  They should report to their respective schools no later...

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