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Play Ball? Record Setting Snow Wreaking Havoc on Baseball, Softball Teams

March 17, 2015
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Sliding into second base these days would require a snow pants and galoshes rather than cleats and long pants, and high school teams across the area are finding that the record-setting snow could force most their season to be going, going and gone. With more than one foot of snow still occupying many baseball...

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Wynn Resorts Said to Have More Lower Broadway Properties under Control

March 10, 2015
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Wynn Resorts Said to Have More Lower Broadway Properties under Control

Strong sources have revealed this week that several parcels of land on the west side of Lower Broadway have come under the control of Wynn Resorts, though the company is likely not interested in doing any further shopping. “Wynn has control of the properties needed to build a Wynn Everett Resort that will meet our five-star...

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Commonwealth Conversations Tour

March 10, 2015
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Commonwealth Conversations Tour

Sen. Sal DiDomenico hosted several state senators in Everett on Wednesday, March 4, during the Commonwealth Conversations tour that is being conducted in several senate districts. Everett High School (EHS) was the lunch stop for the daylong tour. The EHS Orchestra played music throughout the event. City and State officials gathered together at EHS prior...

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St. Patrick’s Day Celebration and Roast

March 10, 2015
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St. Patrick’s Day Celebration and Roast

Governor Charlie Baker, Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Jay Ash, Middlesex County Sheriff Peter Koutoujian, and Senator Sal DiDomenico pose for a picture during last Friday night’s annual DiDomenico St. Patrick’s Day Celebration and Roast in Charlestown. While the lineup of elected officials behind him could have served as the Celtics front line...

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Investigation Continues in Case of Underage Everett Woman Found Unconscious

March 10, 2015
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Everett Police and investigators from Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan’s office continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding the discovery of an 18-year old Everett woman, who was found unconscious in the cold early last Saturday morning. According to a report by Everett Police Lieutenant Frank Hoenig on Monday, the young woman was still in...

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Wynn: Everett gives Diversification to Deal with Macau Downturn

March 10, 2015
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When Wynn Everett executives presented a report on the company balance sheet to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) last September in the days leading up to the decision to award a license to the casino company, prominent on that sheet was the overflowing revenues from Macau – a former Portuguese colony off the coast...

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Dr. Seuss Celebration

March 4, 2015
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Dr. Seuss Celebration

State Rep. Joe McGonagle reads “The Cat In The Hat” aloud to Ms. Nichol’s 2nd graders at the Whittier School during last Friday’s Dr. Seuss celebration, which brought out dignitaries from Mayor Carlo DeMaria to Attorney General Maura Healey. It was McGonagle’s first time reading to students as the new state representative.

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School Committee Honors Everett High School Science Fair Winners

March 4, 2015
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The Everett School Committee began its meeting Monday night by taking time out to recognize the accomplishments of some of the district’s best students. The winners of the recent Everett High School Science Fair made presentations about their winning science fair projects and the Anthony Malione Everett High School Students of the Month for...

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School Committee Begins Process for High School Addition:Statement of Interest is First Step in Protecting Against Overcrowding

March 4, 2015
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The Everett School Committee on Monday night voted to send a Statement of Interest letter regarding a need for additional space for the Everett High School, on to the city government for action. The authorization of a statement of interest to the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) is just the first step in a...

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Safe Shot: Vaccinations Take Center Stage in Local National Debate

March 4, 2015
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When there’s a stoplight that turns red late at night when there is no other traffic around, most people will stop anyway just because it’s a simple rule and a safe practice. Some, however, will not, and the more people that break a simple rule, the more dangerous it becomes for the whole community....

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