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Everett Fire Department Announces Updates

August 1, 2014
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Chief David Butler is pleased to announce the launching of the newly renovated Everett Fire Department website (www. everettfirema.com), an informational site that will provide residents with information that will help them understand the importance of public fire safety education and the role they can play to keep their family safe during difficult times....

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Puppet Show Planned at Parlin Library on August 6

August 1, 2014
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On August 6 at 2 P.M., life-size puppets will be at the Parlin Library to meet kids three to eight years of age and their families.  The puppet show will focus on making kids (and parents) laugh, as well as think. Puppet stories illustrate child relevant values like imaginary play, working together, trying new...

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A Tornado Strikes And a City Recovers

August 1, 2014
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What happened in Revere on Monday morning could happen in Everett. When area residents awoke Monday morning, there was no sign or warning of what Mother Nature had in store for the city of Revere. But in the course of approximately four terrifying minutes, a tornado – in all its fury and unpredictability –...

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Senator DiDomenico’s Campaign Kickoff a Great Success

August 1, 2014
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Senator DiDomenico recently kicked off his campaign with hundreds of supporters at Kowloon Restaurant.  This annual event has attracted many statewide and local officials and this year’s event was hosted by State Treasurer Steve Grossman, Senate President Therese Murray, Senate Majority Leader Stan Rosenberg and Democratic Party Chairman Tom McGee.  As always, there was...

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Everett Native, Jude Guerrier Helps LCA Hoop Team to Win Gold Medal

August 1, 2014
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Jude Guerrier of Everett aided the Lexington Christian Academy (LCA) boys varsity basketball team to capture the gold medal at the Inaugural Bay State Games High School Basketball Classic this past weekend. The two day tournament held at the UMass Boston Athletic center, featured high school teams from throughout Massachusetts and represented the Catholic...

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Obituaries 07-30-2014

August 1, 2014
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Alexander Joslin Boudreau, Jr. Retired Design Engineer and Strong Family Man God received an extra special angel, on Monday, July 21 at 3:07 p.m. when Alexander Joslin Boudreau, Jr. passed from this life surrounded by his loving family. He was 78 years old. Born on January 22, 1936 in Everett, the son of the...

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Everett Celebrates Independence Day

July 21, 2014
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Everett Celebrates Independence Day

Uncle Sam waves the American flag during the City’s Independence Day party at Jacob Scharf Playground and Field last Saturday afternoon. The celebration included the annual footraces, carnival rides, facepainting, a bicycle decorating contest and even a mechanical bull.

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Everett Delegation Attends Boston Meeting

July 21, 2014
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Everett Delegation Attends Boston Meeting

A group of Everett residents and Wynn Resort casino supporters attended the “Mondays with the Mayor” public meeting led by Mayor Martin J. Walsh. The group is pictured above following the forum that was held at Bunker Hill Community College in Charlestown. Among those pictured are John Tocco, Christine Ragucci, Vincent Ragucci Jr., Marie...

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Wynn Agrees to Terms with Unions: Everett Project to Be Built with Union Trades

July 21, 2014
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Wynn MA, LLC has announced that it has reached a Project Labor Agreement (PLA) with all major local trade unions, ensuring that the $1.6 billion proposed Wynn Resort in Everett will be built with union contractors. The comprehensive agreement covers all aspects of construction, work rules and hours and was unanimously endorsed by the...

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City Dedicates Squares in Honor of Veterans Massone and Caruso

July 21, 2014
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Everett Veterans Services Commissioner Joseph Hickey took part in a pair of square dedications in honor of Everett veterans recently. On June 28, the intersection of Torndike Street and Broadway was dedicated in honor of Eugene Massone a WWII veteran and Everett resident. Late that same day, the corner of...

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