Blog Archives

National Night Out

August 19, 2016
By
National Night Out

Policemen Chris Hannon, Paul Giardina, and Johnny Fitzpatrick enjoyed spending time with Everett kids at National Night Out. The nationwide event is celebrated between the police and the community on the first Tuesday of August every year. This year, more than ever before, police said such events building community relations are critical.

Read more »

Overcoming the Odds,DeMaria’s Vision Pays Off:$2.1 Billion Wynn Resort Breaks Ground

August 19, 2016
By
Overcoming the Odds,DeMaria’s Vision Pays Off:$2.1 Billion Wynn Resort Breaks Ground

By Seth Daniel The Wynn Boston Harbor resort casino got construction underway in grand fashion during a no-nonsense ceremony on Thursday, Aug. 4, when they announced the beginning of work on the project after three years of permitting and legal wrangling. The company has signed a contract as of Aug. 3 with Suffolk Construction...

Read more »

Dobbins Begins New Job On Wynn Site Security

August 19, 2016
By
Dobbins Begins New Job On Wynn Site Security

By Cary Shuman As Wynn Boston Harbor President Robert DiSalvio and Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria were officially signaling the start of the spectacular $2.1 billion resort casino in Everett last Thursday, Michael Dobbins was working in his new job as a member of the security force at the site. “This is an example of...

Read more »

$1 Billion in Bids Issued for Wynn Boston Harbor

August 19, 2016
By

Wynn Resorts has announced that Suffolk Construction Company, general contractor for Wynn Boston Harbor resort, is soliciting more than $1 billion in subcontracted services and supplies needed to build the 5-star destination resort. The bid package is among the highest ever issued for any private, union-built, single-phase development in the history of Massachusetts. “Wynn...

Read more »

Wood Waste to Propose 660 Units On Its Site,Would Move from Everett

August 19, 2016
By

By Seth Daniel The Wood Waste owners on Vale and East Elm Streets will seek variances at the Board of Appeals on Monday, Aug. 15, to develop 660 units of apartments in four buildings on the once-controversial, but massive, construction debris yard site. Attorney Anthony Rossi is representing the project and said they have...

Read more »

Overdose In Hotel Leads to Large Seizure of Crystal Meth

August 19, 2016
By

Two men were arraigned Monday on charges of trafficking methamphetamines after an overdose at a Downtown hotel led to the discovery a large amount of drugs in their room. Jeffrey Bertrand, 30, of Everett, and Dylan Donahue, 23, of Granby, were arraigned Monday in Boston Municipal Court on charges of trafficking in more than...

Read more »

The Olympic Spirit Still Exists

August 19, 2016
By

For almost all of us, the Olympics have provided memories that have lasted a lifetime. We can all measure how old we were, or where we were, when we recall Olympic moments both from our youth and through adulthood. For example, who among us (of a certain age) does not remember, as if it...

Read more »

Obituaries 08-10-2016

August 19, 2016
By

Margaret ‘Peg’ Connolly “The First Lady of Everett” Margaret M. “Peg” (Goodfellow) Connolly, “The First Lady of Everett,” passed away surrounded by her loving family on July 30. She was 90 years old. Peg was loved and respected throughout the Everett community. She was the Past Treasurer of St. Therese Ladies Sodality, Past President...

Read more »

At The DNC

August 5, 2016
By
At The DNC

Senator DiDomenico speaking at the breakfast he hosted for more than 300 Massachusetts delegates, elected officials and friends at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

Read more »

Summer Buzz

August 5, 2016
By
Summer Buzz

Liam Ariel, bartender and tour guide at Night Shift Brewing, dressed for the occasion during the Fermentation District’s Summer Buzz event on Friday, July 29. Night Shift Brewery and Short Path Distillery hosted the event with a honeybee theme and raised money for the Honeybee Conservancy.

Read more »