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Joseph Piantedosi Sr.

January 19, 2011
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Joseph Piantedosi Sr.

Joseph Piantedosi Sr. had fond memories of his days growing up in the city of Everett. It was at a bakery on Main Street in this city where Mr. Piantedosi began working and building the Piantedosi Bakery Company Inc. into the international bread-manufacturing powerhouse it is has become. Mr. Piantedosi was a devoted husband...

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Power Plant Owners Struggling Under New Market System

January 19, 2011
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Everett’s Mystic Generating Station on the Mystic River has been sold to Constellation Energy Group. The sale took place earlier this month. The mammoth energy generating facility with its huge brick building and four giant smokestacks,  was sold to Baltimore based Constellation Energy Group for an undisclosed sum of money. It was sold as...

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Sticker Shock

January 19, 2011
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Long time political print shop will call it quits after 50 years In the coming City Election season this year, there will be one major player sitting out this time around. It’s not a candidate or an incumbent office holder, but rather a place that most all of them go – Art-Tone Studios on...

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City Approves Purchase of Air Force Road

January 12, 2011
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With very little debate, both the Common Council and the Board of Aldermen voted unanimously on Monday night to approve an acquisition for a permanent easement on Air Force Road at a price tag of $666,000. The vote capped a two-year acquisition  process for the this easement, which could ultimately become a major generator...

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PCSS Students Participate in Mathematics Olympiad Camp

January 12, 2011
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PCSS Students Participate in Mathematics Olympiad Camp

Pioneer Charter School of Science Mathcounts Team represented the school in the Apple Education Mathematics Olympiad Camp. The camp was held in New Jersey Institute of Technology between December 16 and 19.  Students participated in Mathcounts work sessions and The 24Game, a mathematical card game in which you manipulate four integers so the end...

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City Leaders Hope for Insurance Reform this Year; could Save City Millions, but Unions are Skeptical

January 12, 2011
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City leaders from Everett, Revere and Chelsea are lobbying hard this week to bring some healing to the budget buster that is municipal health insurance. Everett Mayor Carlo DiMaria has been in close association over the past several weeks with Revere Mayor Tom Ambrosino and Chelsea City Manager Jay Ash in lobbying Gov. Deval...

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New Chairman Robert Carreiro and Vice Chairman Allen Panarese

January 5, 2011
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New Chairman Robert Carreiro and Vice Chairman Allen Panarese

School Committeeman Robert Carreiro was elected Chairman of the Everett School Committee Monday evening. He won by a unanimous vote and was immediately sworn in. In addition, School Committeeman Allen Panarese was elected and sworn as the Evrett School Committee’s Vice-Chairman. That vote was also unanimous. Carreiro replaces Richard Baniewicz, who remains on the...

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Police Briefs 01-05-2011

January 5, 2011
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Monday, December 27 Guetchine Tondrea, 53, 40 Tappan St., Everett, was arrested for domestic assault and battery (2 counts). Tuesday, December 28 Timothy Charbonnier, 26, 31 Wendall St., Saugus, was arrested on a warrant. Lawrence Gay, 50, 45 Malden St., Everett, was arrested for shoplifting and resisting arrest. Michelle Pierni, 49, 599 Broadway, Everett,...

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Everett Eagles ‘C’ Cheerleaders Win National Championship

January 5, 2011
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Everett Eagles ‘C’ Cheerleaders Win National Championship

They did it again. The Everett Eagles have done it again.  The Eagles C team cheerleaders have followed up the Eagles’ first-ever national win in 2009 with another national championship title. The Eagle cheerleaders have worked hard since August 1 to make a clean sweep in the four competitions leading them to Disney. Oct...

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Looking at Politics

December 29, 2010
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Robert Carreiro It would be hard to find a School Committee member better qualified than Mr. Robert Carreiro to serve as Chairman of the Everett School Committee. A life-long resident of Everett and graduate of Everett High School, Class of 1969, Mr. Carreiro went on to Salem State College, graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree...

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