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Eagle Bank Donates to Tailored for Success

March 16, 2011
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Eagle Bank Donates to Tailored for Success

On March 3, 2011, Christine Falzarano (above left), Vice President, and Heather Wetterneck (above right), Assistant Vice President and CRA Officer, of Eagle Bank presented Elizabeth Hart, Founder and Executive Director of Tailored for Success, with a check for $250.00 to support her  work to help underprivileged and economically struggling individuals return to the...

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Work to Start on Repaving Streets

March 16, 2011
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The Aldermen were told at Monday night’s meeting at City Hall  that residents on Evelyn Road, Reynolds Ave. and County Road will be receiving new sidewalks, trees and repaved streets starting in April.  City Engineer Julius Ofurie said that the bids were opened last week and that residents will be notified of the exact...

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How Safe Are We?

March 16, 2011
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The events in Japan, where three out of four nuclear reactors at a power producing plant are apparently ruptured and spewing radiation, are a reason to look closer at Everett’s relationship to danger. This isn’t meant as an indictment of the LNG people who manage the two largest tanks of the gas on the...

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Mayor Celebrates Dr. Suess’ Birthday with Local Kids

March 9, 2011
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Mayor Celebrates Dr. Suess’ Birthday with Local Kids

Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. took some time last week to celebrate Dr. Suess’ Birthday. The Mayor was invited to the City’s Elementary Schools reading a selection of the writer’s famous stories to the children. The Mayor is pictured reading to some of the first grade students at the Speaker George Keverian School.

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Eagle Bank Hosts “America Saves Week” Presentation at Connolly Center

March 9, 2011
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Eagle Bank Hosts “America Saves Week” Presentation at Connolly Center

On February 24, Christine Falzarano, Vice President, and Paulette Raymond, Financial Education Coordinator, of Eagle Bank hosted a financial literacy seminar for approximately 25 senior citizens at the Connolly Center.  The seminar was held in honor of “America Saves Week,” which is a national event coordinated by two organizations: America Saves and the American...

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School Enrollment Pushing Higher by the Month

March 9, 2011
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Everett’s public school enrollment is increasing by leaps and bounds nearly every month, and has done so consistently since 2006. Almost 300 students annually have been added to the school roll here since 2006. School enrollment through 2011 is expected to total 6262, according to school department officials. Out of that total, 1005 public...

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Common Council Has Quiet Meeting Monday Night

March 9, 2011
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Common Councilors unanimously voted to send former police officer Michael Marchese’s home rule petition to receive 100% disability pension to the state legislature for its approval. The matter generated very little debate on Monday night as the Councilors heard that Marchese who was injured while on duty in 2007 has undergone 14 operations to...

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Police Officer, Water Department Director Honored

March 3, 2011
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Police Officer, Water Department Director Honored

Mayor Carlo DeMariaJr. presented citationsto PatrolmanDaniel Tucker and Water DepartmentSuperintendent GlenDoherty for their heroic actions at a December 17, 2010house fire.Both Patrolman Tucker and Superintendant Doherty were first on the scene of a housefire, Mr. Doherty entered the home after learning there was a person still inside the burning building. Officer Tucker arrived at...

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Snow Removal Regulations a Hot Topic

March 3, 2011
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Monday’s rain may have started to make the huge piles of snow recede but more than 20 residents were on hand last Wednesday night at the joint meeting of the Rules and Ordinances Committee at City Hall to voice their opinions on the new snow removal regulations. The meeting was chaired by several members...

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Aldermen Have Unusally Quiet Board Meeting

March 3, 2011
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The Board of Aldermen had a quiet agenda Monday night, so a few moments of joking was probably in order. One item was a new red awning at Santiago’s Barber Shop on Main Street. Alderman Joseph McGonagle asked if the new awning fell within the Board’s rules. On being notified that it did and...

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