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Catherine Tomassi Hicks For Councillor-At- Large

November 1, 2017
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It has been a long time since I first became a member of the Everett City Council some twenty-plus years ago. My agenda has always been to respect what I hear from my constituents and fight hard to make things happen your way. There is no doubting that my persistence has made sure your...

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City Continues Tree Planting

October 27, 2017
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City Continues Tree Planting

In an effort to continue to beautify and prepare our neighborhoods for the entire season, Mayor DeMaria, the Department of Public Works and the Office of Planning and Development recently coordinated the planting of trees on Main Street. Every dollar spent on planting and caring for a community tree yields benefits that are two...

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Housing Court Opens to Everett

October 27, 2017
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By Seth Daniel The Housing Court in Boston has been a refuge since the 1970s for mediation, litigation and resolution of all sorts of housing issues, but throughout all of that time, it has been closed off to Everett landlords, tenants and City officials. Instead, they had to file cases in Malden District Court...

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Everett Man Arrested after Brutal Attack on Dog in Driveway

October 27, 2017
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Everett Chief of Police Steven A. Mazzie announced the arrest of an Everett man on animal cruelty charges. On Friday, October 20, 2017, Everett Patrol Officers Brian Herbert and Thomas Parsons responded to a Floyd Street address for a report of a male abusing a dog. On arrival, the officers observed the male dragging...

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Crimson Tide football will Play Thanksgiving Game at Fenway Park

October 27, 2017
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Clear the base paths, here come the Tide. The Everett Crimson Tide football team will look to paint the Pesky Pole red as they face off against Masconomet Regional High School in Fenway Park the night before Thanksgiving, Nov. 22. Fenway Sports Management (FSM) announced the addition of high school football to the schedule...

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Wynn Boston Harbor Purchases More Lower Broadway Properties

October 27, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Wynn Boston Harbor has purchased at least three new, off-site Lower Broadway properties over the past month, adding to an array of properties already purchased in the last 18 months. The Everett resort casino spent $2.795 million to purchase at least three properties on Thorndike Street, Lynde Street and Scott Place...

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Code Enforcement Task Force Reaping Early Benefits

October 27, 2017
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By Seth Daniel When Health and Housing Inspector Mickey DeMato learned of Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s vision for a new and improved Code Enforcement Task Force, he took to the streets. He and the seven other inspectors didn’t crack down hardcore on residents in a gruff manner often seen in municipal inspections, but rather they...

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Pedestrian, Bike Bridge Begins Review at ConCom

October 27, 2017
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The long-anticipated pedestrian and bicycle bridge over the Mystic River from the Wynn Boston Harbor site is now beginning its permitting process this week. The Bridge was designed through a partnership between Wynn, the City of Everett and the state Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR). The Conservation Commission will hear the plan on...

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Councilman Wayne Matewsky’s 38th Annual Free Safe Children’s Halloween Party October 29th

October 26, 2017
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Councilman at large Wayne Matewsky and Friends Started holding the Safe Halloween Party in 1980 when reports surfaced that Halloween candies had been tainted, Making door to door trick or treating unsafe for children, Since that time Wayne has held this annual event for the Children of Everett This year’s Halloween Party will once...

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…And A Smile

October 21, 2017
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…And A Smile

Brynmore Williams is shown here in front of the Coca-Cola mural on the side of his and his girlfriend’s (Jessie) loft space on Bucknam Street. The couple celebrated two years of living at the unique loft – which at one time was the old Belnap Pharmacy and Soda Fountain and a branch of the...

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