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Charlie Baker: A Steady Hand at the Tiller of Our Ship of State

February 3, 2017
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As we were listening to Gov. Charlie Baker deliver the annual State of the Commonwealth address before a joint session of the legislature last week, it occurred to us how refreshing it was — and what a sense of relief we felt — to have as our governor an individual who does not engage...

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Sports 02-01-2017

February 3, 2017
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EHS Roundup EHS girls basketball team tops Malden, Somerville to claim second straight GBL title The Everett High girls basketball team, which had not won a Greater Boston League title in more than 20 years until doing so last year, claimed its second straight GBL crown with victories this past week over GBL rivals...

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Obituaries 02-01-2017

February 3, 2017
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Mary Ann Foti Retired MIT administrative secretary Mary Ann Foti, a lifelong resident of Everett, entered into rest at home surrounded by her loving family on January 24.  She was 69 years old. Born in Everett, Mary Ann was a lifelong resident. She graduated from Everett High School, Class of 1966. From 1966 until...

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Women’s March for America

January 29, 2017
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Women’s March for America

Everett Councilor Mike McLaughlin, Congressman Mike Capuano. Barbara Capuano, Chair of the Massachusetts Democratic Party Gus Bickford, and Senator Sal DiDomenico marched on Saturday.

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Police Officer Promotions

January 29, 2017
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Police Officer Promotions

Three Everett Police were promoted in the Council Chambers on Monday evening before the City Councillors. The Council voted to appoint veteran Police Lieutenant Paul Hamilton as a Police Captain, promoted Sergeant Scott Stallbaum to the rank of Police Lieutenant and appointed officer Michael Westford as an Everett Police Sergeant.

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Mangan Resigns:Cites Future Opportunities;Will be Replaced by Former Councilor Sarnie

January 29, 2017
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Mangan Resigns:Cites Future Opportunities;Will be Replaced by Former Councilor Sarnie

By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. City Councilor Michael Mangan resigned his seat abruptly on Monday night, as he prepares for future employment opportunities, some of which may include city positions that become available down the road. Mangan notified City Council President Anthony DiPierro of his decision by letter late last week and the Council waited...

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Investigation Into Friday Stabbing Death Continues

January 29, 2017
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Everett Police and Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan’s office are continuing their investigation into the fatal stabbing last Friday, January 20 of an 18-year old Everett man, during what appears to be an altercation with two other men, according to information provided by the Middlesex District Attorney’s office. According to...

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Council’s Opiate Task Force Looks Back on First Year Accomplishments

January 29, 2017
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. The Everett City Council’s Opiate Task Force will meet on Thursday, January 26 in an open meeting to discuss next steps and look back at some of the work they have accomplished in just their first year in existence. Committee Chair John Leo McKinnon said he is very proud of...

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Morning Bus Lane on Broadway Continued

January 29, 2017
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Everett planning department officials confirmed this week that Mayor Carlo DeMaria has authorized the continuation of the Broadway bus lane pilot program into the spring, when more permanent accomodation can be made for the four-hour morning program along Everett’s inbound side of Broadway. According to Everett transportation planner Jay Monty...

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A Big Surprise:Controlled Explosions at 7-Acre Park Catch Some off Guard

January 29, 2017
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By Seth Daniel A controlled explosion at 7-Acre Park last Weds., Jan. 18, of some 43 explosive devices confiscated after the recent arrest of an Everett man has some questioning the decision and City officials saying they will do a better job of communicating any such detonations in the future. Mayor Carlo DeMaria said...

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