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Sports 10-04-2017

October 6, 2017
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EHS Roundup Impressive wins for EHS volleyball team The Everett High volleyball team earned impressive wins over Pope John and Revere, extending their winning streak to three games, before having the nice run snapped in Peabody this past week. The Lady Crimson Tide began the week at Pope John and started strong. Senior captains Yasmeen Guerrier...

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Obituaries 10-04-2017

October 6, 2017
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Enrico ‘Chuck’ Miranda Of Everett Enrico “Chuck” Miranda of Everett died on September 25. Enrico was a World War II veteran serving as a Sargeant in the U.S. Army. The beloved husband of the late Phyllis M. (Rocco), he was the loving father of Maryann Hayes and her late husband, Frank, Gerri Miranda, Charles Miranda...

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EHS Football

September 29, 2017
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EHS Football

TAKE THAT: Crimson Tide receiver David Zorrilla (17) staves off the tackle of a St. John’s Prep defender with a well-placed stiff arm on Saturday afternoon, Sept. 23. The Tide continued their winning ways, beating the Prep on the road, 42-28, on a day when St. John’s unveiled their new field and dedicated it...

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Santilli Highway and the Village: the Hub of Hip in Greater Boston

September 29, 2017
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Santilli Highway and the Village: the Hub of Hip in Greater Boston

By Seth Daniel We’ve all said this before and we’ve all covered this territory if we’ve been around Everett more than 10 minutes. But after eating, drinking, dancing, listening, socializing and even bouncing on Santilli Highway Saturday night at Village Fest, one has to pose the question again. Would anyone five years ago have...

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IC’s Father Osterman Celebrates 50 Years in the Priesthood

September 29, 2017
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IC’s Father Osterman Celebrates 50 Years in the Priesthood

By Seth Daniel Father Gerry Osterman looks back at his 50 years of being a priest – the last 16 spent at Everett’s Immaculate Conception Church on Broadway – and he said he recalls a medicine cabinet full of medications. Though it isn’t conventional, it represents the full circle of his career in the...

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Matewsky,Marchese at the Top of Preliminary Ticket

September 29, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Councilor Wayne Matewsky came out on top once again in the Preliminary Election last Tuesday, Sept. 19, with former Councilor Michael Marchese making a strong showing, and newcomer John Whelan being the lone candidate eliminated from the 11-person field. The remaining 10 candidates will compete for five seats this November in...

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Husband Charged with Murder in Revere Death Investigation

September 29, 2017
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Vanessa MacCormack’s husband was placed under arrest Tuesday amid the ongoing investigation into her homicide this weekend in the Revere home they shared on Grand View Ave. in Revere, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley, State Police Colonel Richard McKeon, and Revere Police Chief James Guido announced. State Police homicide detectives assigned to...

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Lower Mystic Unveils Exciting Scenarios for Everett Transportation

September 29, 2017
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By Seth Daniel As ideas and “preferred suggestions” go, Everett struck gold in the first iteration of the Lower Mystic Regional Working Group’s unveiling of ideas about how to transform transportation in the region that includes Everett, Somerville and Charlestown – a region mired on traffic and ignored by transportation planners for decades. “It...

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Council President Anthony DiPierro Seeks Re-Election

September 29, 2017
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City Council President Anthony DiPierro officially announced his re-election bid as Ward 3 City Councilor, which is voted citywide. DiPierro was first elected in 2015 in his first run for public office. “I’ve always felt that public service is a concrete and effective way to give back to the community,” DiPierro said. “When I...

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Councilor Fred Capone Announces Candidacy for Re-Election

September 29, 2017
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It is with great enthusiasm that I, Councilor Fred Capone, formally announce my candidacy for re-election to the City Council, representing Ward 1.  The past four years on the Council have gone so quickly and I have enjoyed working with our residents and businesses in my capacity as an elected official.  Serving our City...

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