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In Everett,It Was a Sign that Drew Dr Bob Singer to Town

January 22, 2016
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In Everett,It Was a Sign that Drew Dr Bob Singer to Town

In a day and age when health care and its costs are of paramount concern and of extreme complexity, a small typewritten sign that caught the attention of Dr. Bob Singer when he came to Everett 34 years ago seems to endure in its simplicity – and its implied sense of compassion. When Dr....

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PACE Group Launches Power of 6 Campaign,New Website

January 22, 2016
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The Parents Action Committee of Everett (PACE) has launched a new website www.everettparents.org) and is activating a new campaign called ‘The Power of 6.’ PACE has been around for about four years and focusing on middle school aged children in grades 5-8 – specifically on preventing them from using alcohol. It is a federally...

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EHS Sophomore Writes a Winning Essay

January 20, 2016
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EHS Sophomore Writes a Winning Essay

Everett High School (EHS) Principal Erick Naumann, essay winner and EHS sophomore Unglid Paul, EHS teacher Haley Cunningham, and Everett Public Schools Social Studies Director Nicholas Markos.

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Presidential Candidate Sanders Will Target Everett Voters from New MA Office

January 20, 2016
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Presidential Candidate Sanders Will Target Everett Voters from New MA Office

By Katy Rogers The first official campaign office in Massachusetts for Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders opened its doors on Saturday morning, Jan 9. Sanders supporters arrived in the hundreds to congregate at the new Charlestown location, which is just down from the Everett line adjacent to Sullivan Square Station at 89 Cambridge St. The...

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Sal DiDomenico Leads Locals to NH for Hillary Clinton

January 20, 2016
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Sal DiDomenico Leads Locals to NH for Hillary Clinton

By Katy Rogers It’s been no secret that State Sen. Sal DiDomenico has been openly supporting Hillary Clinton and her campaign for president as the New Hampshire and Massachusetts Primary Elections quickly approach, and recently he has travelled to New Hampshire with many of his local supporters to put his energy behind that proclamation....

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Chartering a New Beginning at the Monsanto Site

January 20, 2016
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Chartering a New Beginning at the Monsanto Site

There’s something to be said for cleaning up after others, but in the case of Bob Delhome and his company, Charter Environmental, they are cleaning up the sins of the past caused by so many others – that being some of the state’s worst environmentally polluted sites. Currently, the 19-year-old environmental remediation company is...

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Paul Honored by the Daughters of the American Revolution

January 20, 2016
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An Everett High School sophomore has written an award-winning essay that examines two monumental journeys that occurred 400 years apart — Christopher Columbus’ voyage to the new world and Charles Lindbergh’s solo flight across the Atlantic. Unglid Paul’s essay, which was selected from a pool of more than 100 local entries, was submitted to...

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Narcan Training Event Set for January 25

January 20, 2016
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The Everett Community Health Partnership – Substance Abuse Coalition will host a community Narcan training on Monday, January 25, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the Parlin Library Community Room, 410 Broadway. This training will be conducted by the Cambridge Needle Exchange and is co-sponsored by the City of Everett, Everett Overcoming Addiction, OPEN –...

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Swearing In

January 7, 2016
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Swearing In

Councilor at Large Mike Mangan (photo left) gets sworn in for another term on the Council at Monday night’s Inauguration Ceremonies in Everett City Hall, along with the other city councillors and the School Committee. Shortly after the ceremony, the Council elected Councillor.

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Everett School Committee Re-Elects Its Leaders:Parker to Serve as Chairman, D’onofrio as vice Chair

January 7, 2016
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Everett School Committee Re-Elects Its Leaders:Parker to Serve as Chairman, D’onofrio as vice Chair

The Everett School Committee began 2016 by re-electing two veteran leaders who will continue to help guide the Everett Public Schools (EPS) through a period of tremendous growth and progress. Frank Parker, a longtime Ward 3 committee member who has been instrumental in the district’s ongoing attempt to secure funding for a new elementary...

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