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Total Wine & More Gets Liquor License for Gateway Mall

November 19, 2015
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Total Wine & More Gets Liquor License for Gateway Mall

By Katy Rogers Total Wine & More received approval in their request for a liquor license from the Everett Licensing Board on Monday evening, in what had become a somewhat contentious issue lately. The company’s desire to branch into Everett’s Gateway Plaza received mostly positive feedback from board members, citizens, and elected officials who...

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Transit Meeting Focuses on Crowded Buses, More T Access

November 19, 2015
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By Katy Rogers The state Department of Transportation (MassDOT) held an open forum for the Everett Transit Action Plan on Monday evening, Nov. 16,  at the Connolly Center. During the meeting, the public was welcome to give direct input on how public transportation can be improved throughout the city and surrounding communities by pointing...

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Alford Street Bridge Has Many Problems to Fix One Year after Opening

November 19, 2015
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It appears $57 million and three years of inconvenience weren’t enough to have a shipshape Alford Street Bridge that works seamlessly – as it was announced this month that there are numerous problems with the bridge more than a year after it opened. The Boston Herald first reported the story. “Following the completion of...

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Successful Season:Everett’s Exciting Playoff Run Ends in Loss to Central

November 19, 2015
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Successful Season:Everett’s Exciting Playoff Run Ends in Loss to Central

The Everett High School football team had its hopes for a berth in the Division 1 Super Bowl ended by Central Catholic, 33-14, in the North sectional final Saturday at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Lawrence. Playing in its third consecutive road playoff game after two scintillating victories, the Crimson Tide (5-5) fell behind Central...

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Police Credit Neighbor’s Call with Stopping Robbery

November 19, 2015
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Everett police last week credited a tip from a concerned neighbor with not only helping to catch a robbery suspect, but ultimately leading to the arrest of a man who may have been connected to several other robberies in Everett and Chelsea. According to information released by Chief of Police Steven Mazzie, Everett police...

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Napolitano Questions Bond Authorization:Notes $730,000 Discrepancy Between Bond Request and Bid for the Work

November 12, 2015
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City Councilor Peter Napolitano and the Everett City Council reversed course Monday night on a previously approved $2.2 million bond request that was approved to undertake proposed improvements for the Kearins Playground Renovation, also known locally as the Meadows Park. Napolitano, who originally voted in favor of the $2.2 million bond request from Mayor...

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Young Blood:Fresh Ideas Draw Young Candidates into Council Fold

November 12, 2015
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Young Blood:Fresh Ideas Draw Young Candidates into Council Fold

Throughout this local election season, a tidal wave of young people found themselves upending political veterans, and in Everett, that was no exception as two young men in their 20s were elected last Tuesday, Nov. 3, over veteran councilors who are many years older. The two young candidates are Anthony DiPierro, 20, who beat...

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Air Jordan:McAfee, Zidor Combine for Winning TD Pass in Everett’s Playoff Victory

November 12, 2015
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Air Jordan:McAfee, Zidor Combine for Winning TD Pass in Everett’s Playoff Victory

The Everett High School football continued its run of thrilling post-season victories, rallying in the fourth quarter to earn an 18-14 decision over Peabody in the Division 1 North semifinals Friday night at Lee Coley Field. Junior quarterback Jordan McAfee connected with Theo Zidor for an 8-yard touchdown pass with 14 seconds left to...

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Bach In Time:Everett’s Joe Bach Turns 107

November 12, 2015
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Bach In Time:Everett’s Joe Bach Turns 107

When long-time Everett resident Joseph Bach was born, the Model T car was a brand new idea and William Howard Taft had recently surged to victory. In between those days and now, Bach – who celebrated his 107th birthday with family at his new home in the Leonard Florence Center for Living (LFCFL) in...

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Supporting Dad

November 5, 2015
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Supporting Dad

Sen. Sal DiDomenico’s sons, Sal and Mathew, showed support for their dad during his annual Fall Fundraiser at the Silver Fox on Weds., Oct. 28. The event was well attended and including honored guest, Sen. President Stan Rosenberg – a native of Revere.

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