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Join the Elizabeth Stone House 3-Day Wilderness Heals Pledge Hike

June 9, 2017
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Every summer, women from all over New England take part in the Elizabeth Stone House 3-Day Wilderness Heals pledge hike to help increase awareness and raise funds for the important work the organization does every day.  The Elizabeth Stone House provides residential and community-based services to help homeless and at-risk survivors of domestic violence...

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City of Everett Looking for Poll Workers

June 9, 2017
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This year’s elections are quickly approaching, and the City of Everett is looking for poll workers. There will be training in August, but in order to be a poll worker there are a few things to know. You must be a registered voter in Massachusetts. You must be willing and able to go to...

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Mayor DeMaria Reminds Residents on Deadline to Order Rain Barrels

June 9, 2017
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria would like to remind all residents that the deadline for ordering Rain Barrels is Saturday, June 10. In order to have the barrels delivered at City Hall on June 17. The Rain Barrel Program is part of the Mayor’s efforts to reduce stormwater runoff, save residents money, and conserve drinking water....

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Police Briefs 06-07-2017

June 9, 2017
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Tuesday, 5/2 Julio Cuello-Vernaver, 60, 4549 Washington St., Roslindale, was arrested for speeding, illegal possession of Class A substance, carrying a knife, giving false name, falsifying documents, immigration customs. Emanuel Ortiz, 25, 8 Walnut St., Everett, was arrested on warrants. Adrian Riley, 34, 586 Shirley St., Winthrop, was arrested for arrest warrant, illegal possession...

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Why I’m Fighting on Beacon Hill for Our Schools

June 9, 2017
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By Senator Sal DiDomenico Residents of Gateway Cities throughout the Commonwealth have probably heard quite a bit about how their schools are facing dire budget gaps due to a change in the way the state counts low-income students. This has been an ongoing issue for over two years now, and I have received many...

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Gov Baker Stands Tall — Again

June 9, 2017
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The swift and unequivocal announcement last Friday by Gov. Charlie Baker that Massachusetts will join in an initiative with other states to encourage alternative forms of energy in order to reduce carbon emissions is yet another example of the sort of straightforward decision-making that has become a hallmark of the Baker administration. Gov. Baker’s...

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Sports 06-07-2017

June 9, 2017
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EHS Roundup EHS softball ends  season with 19-7 win The Everett High softball team ended its 2017 season on an upMISCbeat note with a 19-7 victory over Malden on the holiday last Monday. The Lady Crimson Tide took command from the outset, jumping out to a 5-0 lead in the opening inning. A double...

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Memorial Day in Everett

June 3, 2017
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Memorial Day in Everett

Harry Brienza, father of the late Chris Brienza – who was an active member of the Navy – and Mayor Carlo DeMaria shared an embrace during the Memorial Day Parade prior to the ceremonies in Glenwood Cemetery.

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Remembrance and Sorrow:Everett’s Memorial Day Ceremony Recalls a Local Hero

June 3, 2017
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Remembrance and Sorrow:Everett’s Memorial Day Ceremony Recalls a Local Hero

By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Petty Officer 2nd Class Christopher Brienza was a favored son of Everett, a standout scholar-athlete during his academic career at Everett High School, a devoted son, loyal brother and a friend to all he knew. He is also now an American hero. PO2 Chris Breinza tragically lost his life while...

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Pushing for A Change:Alcohol Task Force Gets Underway, Total Wine Launches Campaign

June 3, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Total Wine & More has launched a major advocacy campaign called the Consumers First Initiative to push for a change in alcohol pricing policies in the state, this coming on the same week at the new Alcohol Task Force held its first public meeting in Waltham. The statewide campaign for Total...

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