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Police Arrest Man Twice in One Day,Threatened Elementary School Principal

December 2, 2016
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By Seth Daniel Police have arrested an Everett man that threatened an elementary school principal on Monday, and, only a few hours later, was arrested a second time while allegedly driving intoxicated on a motorcycle. It was his fourth operating under the influence of liquor charge. On Monday November 28, 2016 at 2:22 p.m.,...

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Mayor DeMaria Announces Annual Holiday Toy Drive

December 2, 2016
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Office of Human Services will once again be collecting new and unwrapped toys for Everett children this holiday season.  Drop off your donation by Thursday, December 22nd at the Mayor’s Office or attend the Christmas Tree Lighting on Friday, December 2nd and drop off a toy for an Everett...

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After Oversight, Love Dog Gets License to Operate Until 4 A.M

December 2, 2016
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By Seth Daniel Vanderlti Rvon makes a mean hot dog, and apparently, thousands of people from the area can attest to that after frequenting his business for nearly four years in the parking lot of the Parkway Cycle. However, about three weeks ago, the buns stopped toasting as Everett Police shut him down abruptly...

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Helping Hand

November 24, 2016
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Helping Hand

GOBBLE, GOBBLE: Matthew Desimone helped hand out turkeys for Thanksgiving on Friday afternoon, Nov. 18, at City Hall during the Bread of Life annual Thanksgiving distribution. The pantry has one of its busiest days every year on the Friday before Thanksgiving. Hundreds of families are served.

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Name Change

November 24, 2016
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Name Change

Iris Munoz and Isabella Izidoro greeted guests as they entered the newly named CHA Everett Hospital, which has changed its name from the Whidden Hospital. The Whidden was donated to the City of Everett many years ago to be set aside for a hospital. Now, as part of the Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), the...

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Restore Access:Unified Front Calls for National Grid to do More Along the Waterfront

November 24, 2016
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Restore Access:Unified Front Calls for National Grid to do More Along the Waterfront

By Seth Daniel With strong statements from Mayor Carlo DeMaria and two other neighboring mayors – Medford Mayor Stephanie Burke and Malden Mayor Gary Christianson – and a host of stakeholders along the Malden River, the pressure is on National Grid as the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) continues to re-examine the waterways license...

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Everett Police Investigating Two Shootings Last Week

November 24, 2016
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By Seth Daniel Two shootings in two days are under investigation by Everett Police this week, though no major injuries were reported in either incident. On Wed., Nov. 16 at 2:40 p.m., several 9-1-1 calls were reported to Everett dispatch about possible gunshots in the area of Wilbur Street by Stevenson Avenue. There was...

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Council Approves Land Transfer to Clear Way for GE Recreational Site Rehabilitation

November 24, 2016
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By Katy Rogers In October, it was announced that Wynn Boston Harbor planned to collaborate with the City of Everett to develop the property of the former General Electric site in Everett, a property that had long been closed off from the public and from successful development due to historic contamination on the site...

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Capuano,DiDomenico Counsel Democratic Voters after Trump,Republican Victories

November 24, 2016
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By Seth Daniel After a shocking Election Day result that included not only a win by President Elect Donald Trump, but also a Republican sweep through the U.S. Congress and many state legislatures, Congressman Michael Capuano has been out on the trail consoling Democratic voters. In many cases, while some are ready to figuratively...

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Everett’s Quiet Hero:Lester McLaughlin Recalls Vietnam Service 50 Years Later

November 18, 2016
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Everett’s Quiet Hero:Lester McLaughlin Recalls Vietnam Service 50 Years Later

By Seth Daniel Lester McLaughlin is the kind of quiet guy who often is more concerned about his duties as a long-time School Committeeman, as a businessman or as a father and husband, than he is about telling others the amazing sacrifices he made in Vietnam. So it was, when McLaughlin took to the...

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