Editorials

Let Us Never Forget Their Sacrifice

May 21, 2015
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Of all of our national holidays, Memorial Day is the most solemn. Memorial Day reminds us of the Supreme Sacrifice that has been made by so many of our fellow citizens to keep us a free people and provides us with an opportunity to honor their sacrifice. Memorial Day has its roots in what...

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Enjoy a Safe Holiday Weekend

May 21, 2015
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Memorial Day weekend marks the traditional start of the summer season, bringing with it the anticipation of sunshine and warmth, of vacations, and of time spent with family and friends. So we ask our readers to stop right now — and think for a moment — about all of the good things that we...

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Letters to the Editor

May 21, 2015
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Clarify my position on new City Hall I would like to take a moment of your time to explain the recent actions of the City Council in regards to last Monday’s Council meeting. Presently there is a Bond Order to borrow $17 million dollars to fund several important purchases and projects going forward into...

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Good Jobs at Good Wages

May 14, 2015
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The Wynn Regional Trade Union Job Fair was a huge success, drawing hundreds of residents interested in jobs relating to the construction of the new $1.7 billion Wynn resort/casino in Everett. The well-organized and well-publicized job fair heightens the enthusiasm that Everett has for this project, a firm endorsement that began when our residents...

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Financial Literacy is Not All That Scary

May 14, 2015
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For too many people, personal financial maintenance is something it shouldn’t be: It’s scary.  According to a 2014 Consumer Financial Literacy Survey conducted by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, just 40 percent of American adults said they kept track of their personal finances. Even more telling: nearly three in four adults admitted they...

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DiDomenico and Senate Host Israeli Consul General Yehuda Yaakov

May 14, 2015
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Senator Sal DiDomenico and his colleagues in the Massachusetts State Senate recently hosted the Israeli Consul General to New England Yehuda Yaakov during a formal session of the Massachusetts Senate. Yaakov was invited to the State House in honor of Israeli Independence Day. “It was a pleasure to join my colleagues in hosting the...

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Congratulations to EHS Alumni Manny Aprilla and Rodman Noel

May 7, 2015
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The Everett High School football program has reached tremendous heights under the leadership of head coach John DiBiaso. Every year Everett produces outstanding student-athletes who go on excel at the college level. Some EHS players – Dr. Omar Easy, Diamond Ferri, Dan Ross, Pat Hughes, and Bobby Leo, among others – have played professionally....

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Everett Community Health and Wellness Center Update

April 21, 2015
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Everett Community Health and Wellness Center Update

Mayor DeMaria’s 10 week fitness challenge officially begins this Saturday, April 18th.  This “self-improvement” challenge will be comprised of a series of fun, fitness activities over a 10-week time, giving every participant an opportunity to lose weight, get fit and improve their health.  We will also cover “healthy eating” and other tips for leading an...

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Welcome to Everett!

April 7, 2015
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Everett is a wonderful place to call home. There are so many nice places to shop for thousands of items, and tasty gourmet restaurants with yummy and luscious food to munch. Throughout the city, Everett’s public schools are packed with students whom are fascinated by the joy of learning.  Sweet and peaceful young children...

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Middlesex District Attorney Honored

April 7, 2015
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Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan was recently honored by Portal To Hope (“PTH”), an award-winning nonprofit organization that serves people whose lives have been impacted by domestic violence and related assault crimes.  Having served more than thirty years as a prosecutor, District Attorney Ryan has a dedicated career in seeking justice for victims of...

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