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New Parlin School Principal, Michelle Crowell, Outlines Plan

September 20, 2018
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Michelle Crowell, the newly appointed Parlin principal, is a familiar face and a respected, proven administrator in the Everett public schools.  She began working in the system as a teacher at the Lafayette School in 2001 and has served as assistant principal of the Madeline English School since 2014. Mrs. Crowell holds a Bachelor’s...

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School Dept Leadership Takes Prompt, Bold Action at the Parlin School

September 20, 2018
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Significant changes have been made at the Parlin School to address concerns about academic performance by students in most grade levels, Superintendent of Schools Frederick F. Foresteire informed the Everett School Committee Monday night. A new principal was assigned to run the Parlin, a K through 8 school; openings were created in 16 teaching...

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Everett Teen Pulled Revere Man from Water After Fatal Shark Attack

September 20, 2018
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An Everett teen this week is recalling the horrific moments when his friend, from Revere, was fatally attacked by a Great White shark in Wellfleet on Cape Cod last weekend. Isaac Rocha, 16, told the Boston Globe he was five yards away when he saw a fin and blood in the water and the...

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Coco’s Owner Seeks Justice in Death of Dog Last Week

September 14, 2018
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Coco’s Owner Seeks Justice in Death of Dog Last Week

Mike Ciaburri loved his dog Coco, and Coco gave that love back 1,000 times over. There were the days in the snow when Coco would bury her face over and over in the snow and jump around excitedly. There were trips to the lake when Ciaburri would watch her bravely dive off the boat...

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Crimson Tide Win Over Xaverian Highlighted by the Will of Sainristil

September 14, 2018
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Crimson Tide Win Over Xaverian Highlighted by the Will of Sainristil

On two occasions Friday night in the Hawk Bowl at Norwood’s Xaverian Brother High School, Everett High faced two critical fourth downs – one early in the game and one late – and it was the sheer will of senior Mike Sainristil that seemed to make the impossible quite attainable. The Crimson Tide won...

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Honored:Police Sgt Larry Jedry Receives Hanna Award at State House

September 14, 2018
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As Everett Police Sgt. Larry Jedry sat on the floor of the House chambers at the State House last Friday for the Hanna Awards for Bravery, he thought about the incident that got him there. It was an incident one quiet October night in 2017 that required him to shoot a man that charged...

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Foresteire Commends EHS Student-Athletes for the Football Program’s 800th All-Time Win

September 14, 2018
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Supt. of Schools Frederick Foresteire is commending all the student-athletes who have worn the Everett High football uniform for helping the school reach the 800th victory milestone. Everett’s 34-21 win over Xaverian Friday night in head coach Theluxon Pierre’s debut made it 800 football victories in school history. When you consider Everett has been...

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Everett Licensing Board Resolves Minor Issues

September 14, 2018
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It was a night of addressing some minor issues before they become major problems for the Licensing Board Monday night, Sept. 10. Several businesses came before the board to address some minor complaints, but no punishment was meted out for violations. Oliveira’s Restaurant on Broadway has had several recent noise complaints lodged with the...

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Village Fest to be Held this Saturday,September 15

September 14, 2018
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The City of Everett’s Village Fest, the ultimate street fair featuring music, food, craft beer and spirits will take place in the Village Business District this Saturday, September 15, from 3 to 9 p.m. This year’s festival will feature the legendary rock band, Sugar Ray, as well some of the area’s top food trucks,...

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The Late Francis Fitzgerald Finds Permanent Home at the End of Prescott Street

September 14, 2018
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When Francis Fitzgerald enrolled in the Marines at the outset of World War II, after having a difficult life as a young man providing for his family in the Great Depression, he was turned away due to a heart murmur. But it didn’t deter him. He immediately enlisted in the Merchant Marines, transporting supplies,...

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