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Question 3 Defeat Draws Loud Cheers in Everett

November 18, 2014
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Question 3 Defeat Draws Loud Cheers in Everett

Statewide, the biggest news last Tuesday was the nip-and-tuck gubernatorial race, but in Everett the story of the night was Question 3 – the casino repeal vote. And as the results statewide rolled in and it appeared Question 3 was going to be defeated and the Wynn casino proposal would roll on in Everett,...

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City Begins New Master Planning Process

November 18, 2014
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The City of Everett Planning and Development Department, which successfully completed a Master Plan for the Lower Broadway neighborhood two years ago, will begin a new master planning process, for what will now be known as Commercial Triangle area of the city, tonight with the first public participation meeting from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m....

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City of Everett to Dedicate P.O.W/M.I.A Chair at Police HQ

November 7, 2014
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Chief of Police Steven A. Mazzie, and Veterans Commissioner Joe Hickey are pleased to announce that on Friday, November 7th at 11AM the Everett Police Department will be dedicating a Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Chair at the Everett Police Department Headquarters.  The public is encouraged to attend. “The chair represents...

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Substantial Electricity Bill Increases Will Hit Residents this Month

November 7, 2014
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Constraints in the supply of natural gas to the region will lead to the largest increase in winter electric bills in decades. National Grid experts said the increases kicked in on Nov. 1 and would be reflected in this month’s bills. Rates are expected to increase a total of 37 percent through May 1,...

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Double Dancing: Everett Dancer Lands Two Parts in This Year’s Boston Ballet Nutcracker Production

November 7, 2014
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Double Dancing: Everett Dancer Lands Two Parts in This Year’s Boston Ballet Nutcracker Production

When Everett’s Vera Barrett and her daughter, Gabriella, opened up an e-mail last month from the Boston Ballet School concerning the Nutcracker casting decisions, it was more than just a surprise. It was a double surprise. That’s because in this year’s production of the Boston Ballet’s Nutcracker, 10-year-old Gabriella Barrett will not only play...

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Despite Change in T Land Sale to Wynn, Revere Mayor Still has Concerns

November 7, 2014
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One major concern for Revere Mayor Dan Rizzo has been put to rest in the MBTA land sale with Wynn Resorts on Lower Broadway, but the problems are not over for the mayor to the east. Rob DeSalvio, senior vice president of development, recently told the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) that recent land surveys...

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Wynn Working on Redesign of Casino Tower

November 7, 2014
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Wynn Resorts officials late last month told the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) that – if Question 3 is defeated – they are ready to unveil a new design for the proposed casino on Lower Broadway. The MGC had asked Wynn to redesign the tower concept that has served as the face of the project...

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Trunk-or-Treat Festivities

November 4, 2014
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Trunk-or-Treat Festivities

Amy Spalenza was dressed as a pirate, complete with eye patch, during Monday night’s 2nd Annual Trunk-or-Treat festivities in the Gateway Center. The event had a huge turnout and was primarily sponsored by the Texas Roadhouse, as well as the Everett Fire Department, among others.

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Superintendent Honors EHS Seniors For Their Academic Excellence: Nguyen and Imsirovic Honored at School Committee Meeting

November 4, 2014
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Superintendent Honors EHS Seniors For Their Academic Excellence: Nguyen and Imsirovic Honored at School Committee Meeting

The two highest ranked students in the Everett High School (EHS) Class of 2015 each received a Superintendent’s Certificate of Academic Excellence at last week’s School Committee meeting. Superintendent of Schools Frederick F. Foresteire honored Vanessa Nguyen and Vesna Imsirovic for their academic prowess, their extracurricular achievements, and their dedication to their school and...

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Two Everett Firefighters Honored at Firefighter of the Year Awards

November 4, 2014
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Two Everett Firefighters Honored at Firefighter of the Year Awards

It was a cold January night, and one woman at the high-rise on School Street in Everett was despondent, sad and ready to end her life. Firefighters Joseph Quinn and Rocco Andreotti weren’t about to let that happen. As the woman sat on the ledge of the 11th floor threatening to jump, the two...

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