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Working Together:Bringing Plenty of Experience,Napolitano to Lead Council in 2018

December 22, 2017
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Working Together:Bringing Plenty of Experience,Napolitano to Lead Council in 2018

By Seth Daniel After many years on the Council, but never being Council President, Councilor at-Large Peter Napolitano will take the role of president in the coming 2018 session of the Everett City Council. Having served on the Common Council and the City Council – with some breaks when he ran for alderman and...

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Plan, Wash Hands and Stay Healthy for the Holidays

December 22, 2017
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Plan, Wash Hands and Stay Healthy for the Holidays

By Seth Daniel The holidays present a unique, month-long time of the year when people often can find themselves in a much different pattern than during the rest of the year. Such changes can often lead to unhealthy behaviors or illnesses – and triggers for those struggling with overeating disorders or substance use disorders....

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‘Wynn Bronze’ Makes it Debut on Everett Casino Site

December 22, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Back in May 2013, Wynn CEO Steve Wynn transformed the old Everett Armory into a temporary Las Vegas paradise – with colorful flowers, Frank Sinatra tunes, palm trees everywhere and a slick ambiance – and then the casino developer proceeded to talk for 20 minutes about the unique essence of the...

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The Chicken & Rice Guys Find A Hearty Home

December 22, 2017
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By Seth Daniel One of the most popular lunch brands in the Boston food truck scene now has its headquarters and operations based right on Ferry Street in Everett. The Chicken & Rice Guys company – one of the most popular and prolific food truck/restaurant companies in the Boston area – has located its...

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ZBA Grants Continuance to Developer Through February

December 22, 2017
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. A public hearing on a proposal by the The Neighborhood Developers (TND) to turn the site of the former St. Therese’s Church on Broadway, and several abutting properties, into a new 77-unit, mixed-use, affordable housing project for seniors, with six, market-restricted townhouses and an associated senior medical care facility on...

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City Excited to Get Started on Bus-Priority Traffic Lights

December 22, 2017
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By Seth Daniel As Boston just begins to roll out its first pilot of a bus-only lane, Everett’s permanent bus lane on Broadway is more than one year old, and now the City is moving fast to implement traffic signals that will sense the bus coming, and turn green as it approaches. Such an...

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DiDomenico’s Bill to Expand Language Opportunities for Students Signed into Law

December 22, 2017
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Gov. Charlie Baker recently signed into law Sen. Sal DiDomenico’s bill that updates the existing statute relative to English language education in the Commonwealth’s public schools. An Act relative to language opportunity for our kids, also known as the LOOK bill, promotes research-based, best practices for programs serving English learners (EL). “As the Senate...

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Tree Lighting

December 13, 2017
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Tree Lighting

Mayor Carlo DeMaria was joined by his family to celebrate Christmas in Everett in front of the big tree, with his daughter Alex lending a hand to turn on the big switch that lit the tree for the season.

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Shop with a Cop

December 13, 2017
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Shop with a Cop

Patrol Officer Raoul Goncalves let his new friend, Elijah, borrow his police hat for the evening for the first annual Target Shop with a Cop event in the Gateway Mall. The event was sponsored by Target, Ella’s Army and the EPD Patrolmen’s Union.

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Gift Bags

December 13, 2017
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Gift Bags

Girl Scouts Mary Grace and Savannah Donnelly filled their bags with useful items such as cough drops, magazines, coloring books, and hats to help those with cancer. The Troop held an event last Weds., Dec. 6, to create comfort bags for those fighting cancer. The bags were to be delivered to the Winchester Cancer...

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