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City Looks to Help ‘Cure’ Illegal Apartment Problems in Everett

September 15, 2016
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By Seth Daniel Everything indicated, going back to the 1950s, that Nelson Chaves and his wife owned a three-family home on Wyllis Avenue. Life-long residents testified to it. One elderly woman even signed an affidavit in front of an attorney. Even the old-timers in the neighborhood had only known the home to be a...

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Wynn Warehouse Will Serve as Construction Headquarters, to be Done in November

September 15, 2016
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By Seth Daniel The Wynn Boston Harbor resort casino looks to bring new ideas to Everett and the Greater Boston area when it comes to flowers and hospitality, but now they are getting ready to add some innovation to their construction headquarters too. The company has already demolished the old Charlton Street business annex...

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Council Votes to Support “No on 2” Movement

September 15, 2016
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. After hearing from local residents for roughly 15 minutes on Monday night, the Everett City Council took decisive action and quickly voted unanimously to support a resolution sponsored by Councilors Michael Mangan, Anthony DiPierro, Richard Dell Isola and Michael McLaughlin opposing the November ballot Question #2, which seeks to remove...

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Everett Forum on the Eve of Election Night Brought Only One Candidate

September 15, 2016
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By Katy Rogers One Everett hosted an open forum for voters at the Parlin Memorial Library on Wednesday, Sept. 7, one evening prior to Election Day in Everett. The goal of the forum was to give residents the opportunity to listen to candidates for State Representative, including incumbent Joe McGonagle and candidate Gerly Adrien. The Primary...

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Crimson Tide Ready for Season Opener

September 8, 2016
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Crimson Tide Ready for Season Opener

Everett receiver Jason Maitre reaches out and reels in a pass in the open field on Friday, Sept. 2, during the 3rd Annual NEC/GBL Football Jamboree, this year held at Macdonald Stadium in Malden. The Crimson Tide faced the Lynn Classical Rams and opened up the game in the second half, winning 27-0. The Tide...

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Night Shift to Open Annex for Functions,Overflow This Weekend

September 8, 2016
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Night Shift to Open Annex for Functions,Overflow This Weekend

By Seth Daniel When the founders of Night Shift Brewery in Everett took the step from brewing beer in their Somerville apartment to opening up a full-scale brewery in Everett, they really wanted to concentrate on making great beer. Never in their right mind would they have ventured to guess their new business would...

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Righting A Wrong:Community Members Help Young Girl Overcome Disappointment Over Stolen Bicycle

September 8, 2016
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Righting A Wrong:Community Members Help Young Girl Overcome Disappointment Over Stolen Bicycle

By Katy Rogers Alyssa Oliva spent the summer volunteering with the Everett Community Growers, picking vegetables along the Northern Strand Community Farm and dedicating her summer to helping grow food for less fortunate families who rely on the Food Pantry. Two weeks ago, while volunteering, the 14-year-old locked her bike on a nearby bike...

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Wynn Lifts Hiring Freeze:Several Job Fairs Begin Throughout Area

September 8, 2016
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By Seth Daniel Wynn Boston Harbor officials announced this week that they would officially be lifting the hiring freeze that was put in place very ceremoniously last February, kicking off the announcement with a series of building trades career fairs this month. The first of the fairs will begin this coming Saturday, Sept. 10,...

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Sen. DiDomenico Asks Voters to Remember Him on Sept 8

September 8, 2016
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By Seth Daniel   While many are focusing on the state representative race in Everett this coming Thursday, Sept. 8, State Sen. Sal DiDomenico said he wants everyone to remember and consider voting for him as well, even though he is unopposed. “I want people to know that I’m on the ballot and up...

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State Rep Joe McGonagle Seeks Re-Election Sept 8

September 8, 2016
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Joe McGonagle is known as a hard-working state representative who is accessible to constituents, respected by the leadership on Beacon Hill, and a leader who works closely with his colleagues in local, state and federal government. McGonagle credits that as a successful formula for any public servant. McGonagle was elected in November 2014, after...

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