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City Approves Race Route for FSI 5K Race

April 21, 2016
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Under a compromise agreement reached between members of the Mayor’s administration and FSI Foundation for Autism Inc. last week, the planned 5K fundraiser and awareness run will be allowed to use Broadway, as was originally proposed by the non-profit FSI Foundation board. The two sides met last Wednesday, April 20,...

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PTO Paint Night

April 14, 2016
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PTO Paint Night

Taylor Leo finishes her “beachy” sky with a sunset in the distance during the Everett PTO Paint Night at Everett High School on Thursday night, April 7. The event raises money towards scholarships given out each year by the PTO.

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Have Feet,Will Travel:Everett Man Specializes in Walking Where Most Would Only Drive

April 14, 2016
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Have Feet,Will Travel:Everett Man Specializes in Walking Where Most Would Only Drive

By Seth Daniel When it comes to putting one foot in front of the other, Everett’s Robert Ragucci has decades of experience. The Bellingham Avenue, life-long Everett resident has specialized quietly in long distance walks. Whether it’s a brisk walk to Cooledge Corner in the snow, a spring jaunt to Piers Park in East...

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New Boutique Hotel Coming to Parkway:City Celebrates with Start of Construction

April 14, 2016
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New Boutique Hotel Coming to Parkway:City Celebrates with Start of Construction

By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. The Wynn Casino and Resort complex may be delayed by an appeal of state permits, but elsewhere in Everett progress continues toward the eventual construction and opening of that new attraction. On Monday, April 11 at 11 a.m. Mayor Carlo DeMaria gathered with other top elected officials, including Congressman Michael...

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Debate Over Election Commission Continues to Next Meeting

April 14, 2016
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. The Everett City Council continued to wrestle with a proposal put forth by City Clerk Michael Matarazzo, to establish an Election Commission to replace the existing Board of Registrar of Voters and take over the management of elections for the City Clerk’s office. The main sticking point for some councilors...

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Senator DiDomenico Elected National Delegate for Hillary Clinton

April 14, 2016
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Senator Sal DiDomenico was elected as a National Delegate for Hillary Clinton this past weekend at the 7th Congressional Caucus held at Boston University. DiDomenico will be attending the Democratic National Convention, which will be held in Philadelphia in July. More than 100 supporters traveled to Boston University to support DiDomenico and the Team Walsh slate...

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Our Friend,Our Priest and Now Our Saint

April 7, 2016
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Our Friend,Our Priest and Now Our Saint

Seven priests – from as far away as Worcester – gathered for Father Vincent Machozi’s (in photo) Memorial Mass on Saturday, April 2, at Immaculate Conception Church. Machozi, who served at IC for several years while studying at Boston University, was assassinated in his Parish on Palm Sunday in the Congo allegedly by government soldiers....

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Immaculate Conception Church Holds Memorial Mass for Father Vincent Machozi

April 7, 2016
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Immaculate Conception Church Holds Memorial Mass for Father Vincent Machozi

By Seth Daniel and Joe Prezioso When Father Vincent Machozi – a priest who served at Everett’s Immaculate Conception Church – asked those who had come to kill him on Palm Sunday in his Parish, “Why are you killing me?” it was a very simple answer. Those who killed him killed for the same...

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Sophomore Sensation:Boyce Named to Herald All-Scholastic Team

April 7, 2016
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Sophomore Sensation:Boyce Named to Herald All-Scholastic Team

By Cary Shuman Ghared Boyce averaged 28 points a game this season for the Everett High School basketball team. He has 901 career points in two seasons and when all is said and done, the 6-foot sophomore guard could be the leading scorer in school history. Many people, from Division 1 college recruiters to...

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On the Map:State Secretary says Everett is Moving on Transportation

April 7, 2016
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By Seth Daniel Everett is on the map when it comes to the higher-ups in state transportation circles, at least that was the sense given by State Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack in a speech to the Everett Chamber of Commerce on Thursday morning, March 31. Pollack, whose family is from Everett and who was...

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