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Investigation Widens into Jessica Cormier Murder

January 11, 2012
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Investigation Widens into Jessica Cormier Murder

Monday’s funeral for Everett’s Jessica Cormier was quiet and dignified and it was extremely well attended. The court proceeding two hours  after she was buried, where her assailant Clarence Earl Berry, 59, of Chelsea, was arraigned for stabbing her to death, was mobbed with friends, relatives and many grieving members of Cormier’s distraught family....

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Everett Resident Receives France’s Highest Decoration, the Legion D’honneur: Joseph Cataldo Recognized for His Heroic Service During World War Ii

January 11, 2012
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A lifelong Everett resident has received France’s highest decoration, one that dates to Napoleon Bonaparte. Joseph A. Cataldo was presented with the Legion d’Honneur (Chevalier) for his exemplary service in World War II during a special ceremony on December 21 at the Chelsea Soldiers Home. Cataldo was among the brave American soldiers who landed...

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City Government Takes Oath at Festive Ceremony

January 4, 2012
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City Government Takes Oath at Festive Ceremony

Mayor Carlo DeMaria asked everyone in city government to work together to leave a proper legacy and to achieve a collective goal in remarks delivered at the inauguration of city leaders held Tuesday night. Speaking before a large crowd of family, friends, political supporters and business associates inside the Frederick Foresteire Center for the...

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School Committee Re-elects Carreiro Chairman and Panarese Vice Chairman

January 4, 2012
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School Committee Re-elects Carreiro Chairman and Panarese Vice Chairman

It would be hard to find two better-qualified choices for the posts of School Committee Chairman and Vice Chairman than those selected Tuesday night by the members of the Everett School Committee. That was the judgment of veteran School Committee Member At Large, Lester S. MacLaughlin, on the selection of Robert Carreiro as Chairman...

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Everett High School Gala Christmas Concert: December 20, Frederick F. Foresteire Center for the Performing Arts

December 28, 2011
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Everett High School Gala Christmas Concert: December 20, Frederick F. Foresteire Center for the Performing Arts

Everett High School’s Music Program was the star of the show at the annual performance of their Gala Christmas Concert 2011. Students from all grade levels in the high school performed musical magic in the Frederick F. Foresteire Center for the Performing Arts for a very appreciative audience.  Under the direction of Everett Public...

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Elks Donate Dictionaries to Everett Public School Third Graders

December 28, 2011
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Elks Donate Dictionaries to Everett Public School Third Graders

Following the tradition of several years, the Everett/Saugus Lodge #642 of the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks recently donated 400 English dictionaries to every third grade student in the public school district. The presentation ceremony was held at the Madeline English School, with students from third grade classes taught by Ms. Golden,...

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Program Helps Sick, Disabled Kids and Their Families for the Holidays

December 28, 2011
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Times of celebration are few and far between for families that care for young people with chronic conditions. That goes for Christmas and, basically, any other time of year. And it’s not because they can’t have a good time, but rather because there just isn’t any time for it. It’s something that Dr. Thomas...

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Inaugural Ceremonies to Be Held Tuesday, Jan. 3

December 28, 2011
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City Clerk Michael Matarazzo and Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. announced the 2012 Inaugural Ceremony will be held on Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012.  The program starts at 5:30 PM at the Frederick F. Foresteire Center for Performing Arts, in Everett High School.  The public is invited and welcome to attend the ceremony.  The Inauguration will...

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A Forgotten Era of Everett Square

December 21, 2011
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A Forgotten Era of Everett Square

Everett Square 1895. The city is showing its Victorian grandeur, with its steepled churches, cobblestone streets, wide sidewalks, large overhanging awnings, horse driven carriages and trolleys. There is the absence of automobiles. It will be another decade before they appear and change the course of life for Everett residents and for mankind. The pace...

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New Business Springs to Life: Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park Opens on Norman Street in Everett

December 21, 2011
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New Business Springs to Life: Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park Opens on Norman Street in Everett

People of all ages have been jumping over to the Sky Zone Everett, a new indoor trampoline park, for fun and fitness. Stella Downie, owner of the spacious 27,000-square foot facility located at 69 Norman St., welcomed Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. and city officials to the ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday. Downie has built up a...

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