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Linkage Fee Sparks Debate At Common Council Meeting

September 21, 2011
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After a heated discussion and in a 7 to 5 vote, The Common Council voted on Monday night to send to the State House a request for legislation allowing the City of Everett to establish a linkage fee revolving fund. This legislation if approved at the State House and then re-approved by both the...

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Police Briefs 09-21-2011

September 21, 2011
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Sunday, September 11 Lisa Harol, 47, 20 Lewis St., Everett, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor, leaving scene of property damage. Sean Higgins, 40, 45 Hosmer St., Everett, was arrested for aggravated assault and battery on an elderly, disabled person. Javier Ruiz, 22, 8A Liberty St., Everett, was arrested for operating...

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Off to a Great Start

September 21, 2011
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Once again, the Crimson Tide football team is off to a tremendous start with two huge wins back to back in a season that has the look and the feel of a championship coming. The Tide was so commanding in its first two outings that its performance has even amazed the football insiders in...

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Another Solid Victory: Calaj Powers Tide to 42-13 Win

September 21, 2011
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Just when it looked like Springfield Central might stride into its locker room with some momentum and thoughts of toppling Everett from its No. 1-in-the-state ranking, junior Kenny Calaj more or less said, “Not tonight, Golden Eagles.” Calaj’s electrifying 82-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in response to a Springfield scoring drive helped reenergize...

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Obituaries 09-21-2011

September 21, 2011
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Dorothy Gladys Lynch Everett resident Dorothy Gladys (Hanson) Lynch, a lifelong resident of Everett, died on September 18 at Epoch of Melrose Nursing Home. She was 90 years old. She was the beloved wife of the late Arthur J. Lynch; dear and devoted mother of Kenneth T. Lynch of Everett and Douglas P. Lynch...

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City Marks 9/11 Anniversary with Community Event

September 14, 2011
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City Marks 9/11 Anniversary with Community Event

Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. wishes to thank all in attendance of the City’s 9/11 Commemoration Service. This year’s Tenth Anniversary vigil featured inspiring reflections by Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr., Superintendent of Schools Frederick F. Foresteire, Bishop Robert G. Brown of Zion Church Ministries, Pastor Jay Williams of Glendale United Methodist Church, Gerald Shulman, President...

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Tide Roll in Opener: DiBiaso Throws 4 Td Passes in 47-12 Victory

September 14, 2011
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Tide Roll in Opener: DiBiaso Throws 4 Td Passes in 47-12 Victory

Everett High football fans left Everett Memorial Stadium Friday night knowing one thing: head coach John DiBiaso and his staff have assembled another very exciting and talented football team. Quarterback John DiBiaso threw four touchdown passes and the Everett defense, led by linebacker Chris McCarthy and lineman Paul Marckini, blanketed Leominster in the second...

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We Will Never Forget

September 14, 2011
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Ten years ago, September 11, 2001 happened. We will never forget where we were or what we felt at that moment. It is important for us to remember what it felt like in order to understand the impact this single day has had on all of us:  the shock, fear, anger, grief and loss…as...

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Girls Soccer Team Opens with Two Wins

September 14, 2011
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The Everett High girls soccer team kicked off its 2011 campaign with a pair of impressive victories this past week. Coach DeAnn Larrabee’s squad took the measure of Greater Boston League rival Malden, 5-1, last week and then edged Lynn English of the Northeastern Conference, 3-2, Monday evening in a hard fought contest. Senior...

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Everett Remembers 9/11/11

September 14, 2011
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Everett was not untouched on September 11, 2001.  Many in our community sadly remember the couple, Mr. Jim Trentini, an EHS Class of 1954 graduate, and his wife Mary, who lived in our city and had been passengers on American Flight 11, the first plane to hit the World Trade Center. A Ten Year...

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