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Board of Aldermen Discuss Creating Finance Department

February 15, 2012
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At the Everett Board of Aldermen’s meeting on Monday night, Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Committee members discussed some of the changes in store for Everett. There is an order for a home rule petition to the State Legislature to allow the city of Everett to draft an ordinance creating a Department of Finance, mainly...

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$70,000 in Fines Against Everett Recycling Company

February 9, 2012
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$70,000 in Fines Against Everett Recycling Company

An Everett scrap metal dealer – one of the largest such companies on the East Coast – has run afoul of workplace safety violations and is facing serious violations this week and large fines from the federal government. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited Prolerized New England...

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Dibiaso Picks Dartmouth: Everett Football Star Will Prep at Phillips Exeter Academy

February 9, 2012
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Dibiaso Picks Dartmouth: Everett Football Star Will Prep  at Phillips Exeter Academy

At a press conference and luncheon that will set the standard for all future events of this nature, Everett High football star Jonathan DiBiaso announced that he will attend Dartmouth College following a year of prep school at Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, N.H. As school administrators, coaches, teammates, media members and Jonathan’s parents,...

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Popeyes Causing Stir for Chicken Lovers

February 9, 2012
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Popeyes Causing Stir for Chicken Lovers

For fried chicken lovers, the recent opening of Popeyes on the parkway just next to PepBoys, there is new reason to look forward to lunch or dinner or that late night nosh that you’ve been dying for. And it isn’t just their famous fried chicken – legs, wings, breasts all fried with a golden...

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Patrick-murray Administration Commemorates Two Year Anniversary of Haitian Earthquake

February 1, 2012
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Patrick-murray Administration Commemorates Two Year Anniversary of Haitian Earthquake

Governor Deval Patrick today joined elected officials and members of the Haitian community at the State House to commemorate the two year anniversary of the Haitian Earthquake. During the event, Governor Patrick presented a proclamation to Marjorie Brunache, Ministre Conseiller Responsable du Consulate, designating January 12 – February 11, 2012 as Haiti Earthquake Remembrance...

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EHS Culinary Arts Program Has the Recipe for Success

February 1, 2012
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EHS Culinary Arts Program Has the Recipe for Success

One wouldn’t think of visiting Everett High School (EHS) to get a quality, well-thought-out meal, but – believe it or not – it wouldn’t be so far off the mark to do so. The EHS Culinary Arts program is flourishing this year under the intensive school-sponsored program and an innovative, private after-school initiative called...

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Pioneer Charter School of Science Receives Its Renewal

February 1, 2012
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Math and Science-focused curriculum putting children from Everett on the path to college The state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) today approved the renewal of the charter for the Pioneer Charter School of Science (PCSS) in Everett, ensuring the school can remain open for another five years. PCSS will continue to provide...

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Galazka Speaks About Community Development at Chamber Breakfast

February 1, 2012
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The Everett Chamber of Commerce joined BNY Mellon in presenting a breakfast meeting Tuesday morning at BYN Mellon’s Glendale Hall. Marzie Galazka, director of Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s Office of Community Development, delivered the keynote address (see her remarks on page 16) at the meeting.  Galazka, who is in her fifth year in the position,...

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Ward 2 Councilor Joseph King Celebrates 85th Birthday

January 26, 2012
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Ward 2 Councilor Joseph King Celebrates 85th Birthday

Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. and the entire Board of Aldermen flank Ward 2 City Councilor Joseph King and share in the Mayor’s birth­day wishes. Councilor King recently celebrated his 85th Birthday. Mayor DeMaria honored the veteran councilor with a citation noting the event.

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New Officer Appointed to Police Department

January 26, 2012
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New Officer Appointed to Police Department

Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr., Alderman at Large Joseph McGonagle and Chief of Police Steven Mazzie welcome Patrolman Patrick Cassidy. The Board of Alderman unanimously appointed the new officer to the Department. Pictures of the swearing in ceremony and Officer Cassidy with elected officials, Chief Mazzie and Cassidy’s family.

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