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Christmas 2010

December 22, 2010
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Christmas 2010 will go down in history as a great holiday celebration. Peace on earth. Good will to men. It is, indeed, all about that. If there was no Internet, evening news, radio talk shows or morning newspapers, and if we paid closer attention to our own psychic lives, Christmas 2010 would be pristine....

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Police Blotter 12-22-2010

December 22, 2010
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Tuesday, December 14 Paul Bolding, 56, 28 Chatham Rd., Everett, was arrested on domestic assault and battery. Gary Luca, 27, 56 Avon St., Malden, was arrested for speeding, operating motor vehicle with suspended license. Friday, December 17 William Lasker, 28, 2 Kenasadome Way, Chilmark, MA, was arrested on a warrant from Edgartown. Saturday, December...

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Obituaries 12-22-2010

December 22, 2010
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Nina DiFilippo Everett resident Nina (Della Cioppa) DiFilippo of Everett died on December 18. She was the beloved wife of Nicholas DiFilippo; loving mother of Stella DiFilippo of Malden and Joseph DiFilippo and his wife, Jill, of Everett. She is survived by her loving grandson Joseph DiFilippo and many loving nieces and nephews. She...

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EHS winter teams in high gear

December 16, 2010
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In addition to the girls basketball team, the rest of the Everett High winter athletic programs also are getting underway this week. The girls hockey team opened its season last Saturday against Beverly and will play at Masconomet this evening (Wednesday). They will travel to Winthrop this Saturday. The boys hockey team opens tonight...

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ExxonMobil honors the Crimson Tide

December 16, 2010
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ExxonMobil honors the Crimson Tide

ExxonMobil has made a generous donation to Everett High School (EHS) to help honor the Crimson Tide football team for its undefeated season and Division 1 Super Bowl championship. ExxonMobil Pipeline Company Administrator Mary Martel and Terminal Supervisor Damian Guzman presented a $3,000 check to members of the EHS football program and the School...

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Fit for a king

December 16, 2010
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Fit for a king

Customers are already starting to become regulars at the Little Castle Café, a brand new restaurant that co-owners Hassan Chouiakh and Billy Kottat opened in September at 41 Bow St., off of Route 99 in Everett. The reasons for the instant success of the breakfast/lunch restaurant are as plentiful as the large portions on...

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No winners in this fight

December 16, 2010
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Four members of the Board of Aldermen picked the wrong time and place to draw the line in the sand when they voted down on Monday night the transfer of $4 million from the Stabilization Account to give immediate tax relief to commercial and residential property owners. These Aldermen cannot be faulted for trying...

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Aldermen say no to Mayor’s tax cut

December 16, 2010
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In one of the most contentious Board of Aldermen meetings in the last few months, Aldermen Robert Van Campen, Joseph McGonagle, Michael Marchese and Charles DiPerri voted on Monday night not to transfer $4 million from the Stabilization Account to the general fund.  If approved the transfer would have given homeowners and business owners...

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Meeting the challenge

December 16, 2010
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Unbeknownst to most Everett residents, the Everett Police Department’s “Swat Team” or “Special Unit” is a small, well trained, swift response, special operations unit capable of responding to acts of terrorism, hostage taking situations or events that have the capacity to go out of control. Training for this team is ongoing. The team itself...

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Obituaries 12-16-2010

December 16, 2010
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Patricia Ann Tourigney Of California, formerly of Everett Patricia Ann Tourigney, a nine year resident of Sun City Palm Desert, California, died at Eisenhower Medical Center on Tuesday, November 30 following an eight month battle with complications following April surgery. She was 68 years old. She was a beloved wife, daughter, sister, and friend....

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