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Obituaries 02-08-2017

February 10, 2017
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Benjamin Saia Retired US Postal Clerk Benjamin J. “Benny” Saia, born in and a lifelong resident of Everett, entered into rest on February 4 in the Cambridge Health Alliance-Everett. He was 93 years old. Benny was a retired postal clerk for the United States Postal Service and a US Army veteran of World War...

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S.T.E.M. Night at the Parlin School

February 3, 2017
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S.T.E.M. Night at the Parlin School

Behold the whale! Students lined up to enter the whale for an exhibit and discussion during the Parlin School’s Family STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Night.

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Development:City,Residents Consider Designs for $1.1 Million Reconstruction of Gramstorf Park

February 3, 2017
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Development:City,Residents Consider Designs for $1.1 Million Reconstruction of Gramstorf Park

By Katy Rogers A public meeting was hosted at the Keverian School on Monday evening, Jan. 30, to discuss the future development of the Gramstorf Park, which is commonly nicknamed Little Florence Street Park. The 0.7 acre park, which is located on the corner of Florence Street and Nichol Street, contains a well-used playground...

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Sharice Nazaire – Outstanding PJHS Student

February 3, 2017
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Sharice Nazaire – Outstanding PJHS Student

Story and photo by Marianne Salza Pope John XXIII High School (PJHS) senior Sharice Nazaire is a student with an incredible work ethic – someone friends and teachers can count on. She is at the top of her Advanced Placement (AP) program and studies diligently. Through her full days of homework and game training,...

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Making Progress? Public Safety Subcommittee Seeking Answers on New Police Officers

February 3, 2017
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. The Everett City Council’s subcommittee on Government Operations, Public Safety and Public Service was hoping to learn Monday night whether the city has made any progress in its self-stated goal to hire up to 10 new police officers per year in advance of the opening of the Wynn Boston Harbor...

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Special Meeting to Update Councilors on Stabbing

February 3, 2017
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Mayor Carlo DeMaria requested a special meeting of the Everett City Council for last night, Tuesday, January 31 at 7 p.m. at City Hall, for the purpose of updating the Council on an on-going investigation into the stabbing death of a young Everett man nearly two weeks ago. The meeting...

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Everett Square Property Owners Bring Back the Past in Elegant Function Hall

February 3, 2017
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By Seth Daniel When Henok Jimma and his family purchased the old Everett Sporting Goods building in Everett Square, they were well aware of the prime retail and office space in the old, gallant building. But they had a surprise waiting for them when they went to the top floors. What greeted them were...

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Muslims in Everett on Edge,Disappointed with Presidential Orders

February 3, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Many of the Muslims who immigrated to the United States and live or worship at the Everett Mosque reported this week that they are disheartened by the travel bans issued by President Donald Trump for seven Muslim-majority countries – and noted that they were reminded by the move of the actions...

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Everett Clinches Tournament Berth

February 3, 2017
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The Everett High boys basketball team clinched a berth in the MIAA State Tournament with a convincing 64-52 victory over Somerville Friday night. Junior guard Ghared Boyce scored a game-high 24 points for Everett, who led 31-24 at the half. Junior forward Isaiah Likely netted 14 points. Senior center Theo Zidor had eight points...

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Letter to the Editor

February 3, 2017
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We need your help My name is Joshua Guzman and I am a Life Scout with Boy Scout Troop 109. I am a freshman at Everett High School, enrolled in its STEAM Academy program and a two-year member of the Everett Crimson Tide Marching Band. Our troop’s goal is to bring the Scouting experience...

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