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Being Neighborly

April 22, 2017
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Being Neighborly

On April 11, Skylight Studios came to Everett to cast a silicon mold of the Hiker Statue plaque in Everett. The activity came as a result of a neighborhood association in the Town of Wakefield wanting to replace two identical plaques on their own Hiker Statue – which is the same as Everett’s. Wakefield...

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Healthy Pets

April 22, 2017
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Healthy Pets

Sofia Gabsi had the opportunity to learn about responsible pet ownership when she brought her pup, Chili, for his rabies vaccine at the annual City of Everett and VCA Everett Animal Hospital Rabies Clinic on Wednesday, April 12.

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Stations of the Cross

April 22, 2017
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Stations of the Cross

Jesus (Jose Eusebio) cringed in agony as the Roman guards brutally whipped him during the second annual Passion Play through the streets of Everett, put on by the Spanish ministry at Immaculate Conception Church. Hundreds came out to participate in the process, which went from the School and up Broadway to the church.

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Well Worth the Wait:Everett United Founding Members Meet with Steve Wynn

April 22, 2017
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Well Worth the Wait:Everett United Founding Members Meet with Steve Wynn

By Seth Daniel Everett United members waited some time to have a personal meeting with Steve Wynn, but after that meeting took place on Wednesday, April 12, the wait was well worth it, they said. About 14 members of the pro-Wynn casino group were invited to a personal meeting with Steve Wynn and his...

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Everett Helps Out Wakefield with Hiker Statue Plaque

April 22, 2017
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Everett Helps Out Wakefield with Hiker Statue Plaque

By Seth Daniel Having something in common with Everett came in quite handy for the Town of Wakefield recently when they were able to work with the City to restore two Spanish American War plaques on their monument courtesy of Everett’s identical monument. Only about 50 of these monuments, which were created at the...

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Moving to Everett:Huntington Theatre Relocates Production Scene Shop to Parkway Area

April 22, 2017
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By Seth Daniel First it was a resort casino. Then new luxury apartments. This month it was the first hotel. Now Everett is prepared to welcome a professional theatrical production facility to the Revere Beach Parkway corridor – further changing the former industrial area on the City’s south side and building more momentum for...

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City Asks Developer for Bike and Pedestrian Improvements

April 22, 2017
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. The owners of the former Wood Waste property in Everett, at 85-87 and 111 Boston Street, have once again had their Planning Board hearing continued, this time to May 8, as the City looks to have the developer show bicycle and pedestrian improvements to Vale Street on their plans as...

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First Recovery Coaches Graduate

April 22, 2017
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Everett officials, including City Councilor John Leo McKinnon and Mayoral Chief of Staff Kevin O’Donnell, were on hand Saturday, April 15, when a dozen peer recovery coaches graduated from their training program and became eligible to begin working with Everett residents who are in addiction recovery. The graduation of the...

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Mayor DeMaria Asks All Residents to Participate in Earth Day Clean Up

April 22, 2017
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria is asking residents to help out this weekend to improve the Northern Strand Community Trail in celebration of Earth Day. The City of Everett has partnered with Wynn Resorts, Suffolk Construction, and J. Derenzo Company to organize and promote a clean up of Everett’s portion of the trail. On Tuesday, April...

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Everett Baseball Wins Season Opener

April 14, 2017
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Everett Baseball Wins Season Opener

Everett’s Monte Mack (9) takes aim at an incoming ball at first base as a Saugus player reaches for the base. Everett High was finally able to kick off the spring sports season after early-season rain and snow dampened things a bit. Everett came out firing, beating Saugus on the road 6-2.

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