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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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Everett Pop Warner Programs Merge: Eagles, Huskies Will Become Crimson Tide Pop Warner

January 26, 2012
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Pop Warner football and cheerleading in Everett will have a brand new look in the 2012 season as the Everett Huskies and Everett Eagles organizations have merged and will compete under the unified name of Everett Crimson Tide Pop Warner. Bill Marchant, vice president of the Huskies, said the Eastern Mass. Conference Board of...

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Alderman Order $1.5 Million Transferred to Schools

January 26, 2012
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The Board of Aldermen ordered $1.5 million transferred from the city’s free cash account to the School Department following a join convention of the Aldermen and the City Council before a huge crowd at Everett City Hall Monday night. The vote was unanimous. Police and fire department personnel had to clear the corridors of...

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Parents of Murder Victim in Dark and Grieving

January 26, 2012
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As the murder investigation into the tragic death of Jessica Cormier continues, her grieving parents say they have been told nothing by the district attorney’s office or the police with regard to the stabbing death of their daughter. Clarence Earl Berry remains in jail without bail awaiting a hearing on February 2 as a...

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Paul Delory Elected as Chairman of the Everett Co-operative Bank Board of Directors

January 26, 2012
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Elizabeth P. Jones, President and CEO of Everett Co-operative Bank has announced that the Bank’s Board of Directors has unanimously elected Attorney Paul A. Delory as the new Chairman of the Board of Directors. Mr. Delory, the Bank’s General Counsel, has been a Director since 1997. He succeeds Joseph Sachetta who served as Chairman...

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Walking Tour

January 19, 2012
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Walking Tour

Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren and State Senator Sal DiDomenico are shown above during a walk around Everett’s downtown that Warren made with the senator last week. Warren has been campaigning hard against Senator Scott Brown. Warren has already made visits to many cities towns and neighborhoods since announcing her candidacy last summer.

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MASS B.A.D.G.E. Donates Toys to Zion Church Ministries During the Holidays

January 19, 2012
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MASS B.A.D.G.E. Donates Toys to Zion Church Ministries During the Holidays

MASS B.A.D.G.E. officers ,family members and volunteers gathered together at Zion Church with toys that were distributed to needy families in the community. Pictured are John Hanlon, Everett Credit Union Board of Director, Michael McLaughlin City Councilor, Raoul Goncalves, President MASS B.A.D.G.E., Adam Ragucci, City Councilor, Bishop Robert G. Brown, Zion Church Ministries, Marcell...

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