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Craft Class

July 30, 2016
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Craft Class

Instructor Carla Dorato and Naheeda Sajjad take a close look at a pair of earrings that Sajjad is making during a free class offered at the Parlin Library. The earring class was very popular with residents and likely will be back by popular demand.

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Bocce Tournament

July 30, 2016
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Bocce Tournament

HEAVY HARDWARE:  Councilor at Large Mike Mangan and former Councilor Mike Marchese stand before the trophies for the annual Mangan/Marchese Bocce Tournament in Sacramone Park on Saturday afternoon, July 23. It was hot, but it didn’t stop scores of residents from taking their turn on the court.

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DA Ryan Makes Renewed Call for Help to ID Female Victim

July 30, 2016
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DA Ryan Makes Renewed Call for Help to ID Female Victim

By Katy Rogers Following the discovery of human remains at National Grid Property on Rover Street in Everett earlier this month on July 7, the Middlesex District Attorney, Marian Ryan, is seeking assistance from the public this week to identify the deceased individual. As originally suspected, it has since been confirmed that the remains...

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Granted:DEP Commissioner Rules to Allow Wynn Chapter 91 License

July 30, 2016
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By Seth Daniel The suggested fishing pier near the Wynn Boston Harbor may have to be tallied up as the one that got away, but the bigger fish – that being the Wynn Boston Harbor – is in the pan and the project is ready to start cooking. On Friday at noon, Martin Suuberg,...

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Eyeing A Tax Cut for Property Owners:Council,CFO Discuss Potential Impact of Development on Taxes

July 30, 2016
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. The Everett City Council opened a discussion with Chief Financial Officer Eric Demas on Monday night, about the potential future impact of Wynne Development payments to the city on the local tax rate. The Council, which in June had elicited a promise from Mayor Carlo DeMaria to find a way...

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City to hold Public Hearing on RCN Cable Services to Everett

July 30, 2016
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria announced Tuesday that RCN Cable has filed an application to bring a state-of-the-art fiber-optic network, along with increased competition and a choice for broadband and entertainment services, to the City of Everett. Mayor DeMaria has been committed to encouraging new businesses and accelerating high-speed internet as ways to ensure growth and...

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DeMaria’s Summer Youth Program with YMCA Everett Off to A Strong Start

July 30, 2016
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Almost three weeks into the summer, Mayor DeMaria’s Summer Youth program, a partnership with the YMCA in Everett, is keeping the youth of Everett busy and engaged with a robust schedule of fun and enriching activities. “I am happy to report that our kids are loving their summer camp with the YMCA,” Mayor Carlo...

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Planning Board Approves Luxury Apartment Complex for Parkway

July 30, 2016
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Batch Yard developer Post Road Residential won a key approval from the Everett Planning Board Monday night, as they seek to follow their success in developing the former Charlestown Chew building, with another monstrous luxury apartment complex, this time on Revere Beach Parkway, at the former site of Boston Harley...

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Obituaries 07-27-2016

July 30, 2016
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William “Bill” Griffin Retired Letter Carrier William F. “Bill” Griffin of Everett entered into rest at home surrounded by his loving family on Sunday, July 24. He was 83 years old. Born in Boston, Bill lived in Everett for most of his life. He was a US Marine Corps veteran of the Korean Conflict...

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Black Hawk in Glendale Park

July 22, 2016
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Black Hawk in Glendale Park

A U.S. Army Black Hawk Helicopter landed in Glendale Park so Everett residents and participants in the Junior Police Academy could get a close look last Friday, July 15. The helicopter has visited the Academy on the last day of the session the past two years.

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