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Reception Held for Governor Baker

April 29, 2016
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Reception Held for Governor Baker

Dennis Leonard and Attorney Richard O’Neil hosted a reception for Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker last week at Mr. Leonard’s home on Pleasant Street. Several residents, elected officials, and city officials attended the gathering, which was proof positive that the governor has no shortage of friends in Everett. From left: Mr. Leonard, State Representative Joseph...

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Newest Lower Broadway Brewery said ‘Lucky’ to be in Everett

April 29, 2016
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Newest Lower Broadway Brewery said ‘Lucky’ to be in Everett

By Seth Daniel When Donovan Bailey lost his job a few years ago, he would have never believed that he would end up brewing beer in the industrialized Lower Broadway neighborhood of Everett – and being very excited and happy about that outcome. However, that’s just where he’s at with his Down the Road...

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Wynn Clears Environmental Hurdle Again,Unlocking MBTA Land Sale

April 29, 2016
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By Seth Daniel Wynn Boston Harbor received its final state environmental approvals on Monday afternoon from the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) when it accepted the comprehensive Section 61 environmental report – an acceptance that looks to have freed up a crucial piece of MBTA land that will serve as an Everett-only entrance to the...

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District Attorney Investigating Officer Involved Shooting in Everett Square

April 29, 2016
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By Katy Rogers On a seemingly peaceful spring afternoon last Thursday, April 21, gunshots pierced the peacefulness in Everett Square after an individual caused a disturbance on Chelsea Street, allegedly coming after an Everett Police officer with a knife and being shot four times. The 48-year-old man died at the hospital on Friday. According...

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Distrigas Donates $25k in Support Of Summer Jobs for Everett Youth

April 29, 2016
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria recently met with Carol Churchill, Communications Manager for Distrigas of Massachusetts, LLC. The longstanding corporate neighbor donated $25,000 for this year’s City’s Youth Summer Job Program. Distrigas donation supports the Summer Jobs Program that not only employs so many of the City’s youth, but provides them with many of the skills...

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Police Briefs 04-27-2016

April 29, 2016
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Tuesday, 4/12 Jacquelyn Chenard, 36, 282 Linden St., Needham was arrested for two arrest warrants and engaging in sex for a fee. Nahom Haile, 27, 8 Bradford Terr., Everett, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor. Ramon Pagan, 54, 444 Harrison Ave., Boston, was arrested for trespassing. Wednesday, 4/13 Ashtyn Island, 26,...

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Letters to the Editor

April 29, 2016
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When Arab Immigrants bring their non-verbal communication knowledge to the U.S. Dear Editor: Noble culturalists interested in bridging the gaps existing between people of different cultures have been working on decoding extra-linguistic features that are misinterpreted by outsiders. These extra-linguistic features are referred to as non-verbal communication skills that a native of a specific...

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Good News for Homeowners and Families

April 29, 2016
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 Everett was highlighted in a recent Boston Globe article for being a community that the Globe ranked among the top real estate markets in the Greater Boston area, along with other communities such as Concord, Newton, and  Cambridge. The road to get to the point where Everett is being hailed as a great place...

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Obituaries 04-27-2016

April 29, 2016
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Nancy Palma Avid Reader Nancy Palma of Everett died suddenly on April 19. She was 74 years old. An avid reader who loved doting on her grandchildren, she was the beloved wife of Alfred Palma, who died in 2006; dear mother of James and his wife, Stephanie of Manchester, NH, Maryanne Gill and her...

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A Super Smile

April 21, 2016
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A Super Smile

Cristofer Hernandez makes his mark on a Keith Haring inspired graffiti drawing during the Community Art Night at Everett High School last week. Art from students all over the city was on display for everyone to see, whether paintings or even T-Shirts.

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