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Office Park for River’s Edge?

September 19, 2009
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Berkeley Investments, which owns a 40-acre parcel on the long vacant River’s Edge property, is apparently hoping to build a $65 million office park on the sprawling parcel. If the news proves to be true, it will be the biggest single commercial investment in the city’s history, contributing enormous funds to the city hall...

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Clean and smooth school opening

September 12, 2009
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Clean and smooth school opening

“Sparkling clean schools and a smooth opening described the start of school last week,” said Superintendent of Schools Frederick F. Foresteire. “With four new schools going on line, we have never been better prepared to start the school year,” he added. “Praise for the schools’ physical condition is due to the head of maintenance,...

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Everett man found not guilty of all charges

September 12, 2009
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A Middlesex County jury has found former Everett custodian Robert Shea not guilty of all charges lodged against him, following a nine-day trial in Woburn Superior Court. Shea, a longtime Everett School Department employee who worked as a foreman- custodian, was suspended from his job without pay last year after being indicted for the...

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Second annual Cultural Festival adds one hour

September 12, 2009
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Due to the growing positive feedback from organizations, businesses and restaurants, the second annual Cultural Festival will be extended for an additional hour,  Saturday September 12, from 11a.m. to 5p.m.   “In large part,” said Matt Laidlaw, director of communications, “I think incorporating the fall festival, and our partnership with the Chamber of Commerce is...

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