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Everett Little League Championship Rounds Begin

June 28, 2018
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The Everett Little League’s season is coming to a close as both the Major League and the Minor League began their respective championship rounds. The competition between the Red Sox (13-3-0) and the White Sox (12-2-2) in the majors began with a 5-0 Red Sox win on Saturday, June 23. “The White Sox and...

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Pressley Appears in Everett to Introduce Immigration Ideas

June 28, 2018
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Congressional candidate Ayanna Pressley appeared at La Communidad on Broadway Tuesday morning to listen to the immigrant community and roll out her ideas for federal immigration law – including abolishing the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and eliminating funding for immigration enforcement and removals. The roundtable in Communidad’s small office on Broadway drew many...

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Exelon Generation Donates $18,000 to Everett Community Growers

June 28, 2018
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The Everett Community Growers held its “Good Food for all” event to kick off the summer programs on a beautiful summer day at the new Everett Earthworks community garden. A highlight of the event was the announcement of an $18,000 donation by Exelon Generation to be used for area youth to work in the...

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City Council Brings Back Children’s Races and More

June 28, 2018
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The Everett City Council has proudly announced that it is bring back a long-standing tradition for Everett’s youths at the Independence Day Celebration at Glendale Park. The Children’s races and decorating contest will resume this July 7th on the day of the City Independence Day Celebration. The boys & girls races will start at...

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Council Moves to Intercede in Neighborhood Business Complaint

June 28, 2018
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About a dozen Villa Avenue residents attended the City Council meeting on Monday night to make the Council aware of a neighborhood problem that has dragged on for more than a year. Three of the neighborhood residents rose to speak during the public participation portion of the meeting, to inform the Council that an...

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Playing at Swan Street Park

June 21, 2018
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Playing at Swan Street Park

Mia Papa got her hands wet at the new Swan Street water playground, but carefully avoids getting her swim suit too wet. The scene came on Saturday, June 16, at the grand re-opening of Swan Street Park, where a reported 400 people came to see the opening of the new park.

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Community Garden

June 21, 2018
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Community Garden

Sen. Sal DiDomenico joined Rosa DeMaria – who is the mother of Mayor Carlo DeMaria and who is also an avid community gardener at the Good Food For All event on Saturday, June 16, on the Northern Strand Community Trail. The event celebrated the unveiling of a new exhibit and garden on the path, and...

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Once More for DIB

June 21, 2018
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Once More for DIB

Everett High School alumni Matt Costello and Antoine Coleman battled for the ball during the alumni basketball tournament on Thursday night, June 14, at Everett High. Coach John DiBiaso came back for the good-bye event to the longtime and historic Everett football and basketball coach. Alumni players from recent grads to long-gone stars returned to mark...

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Staying the Same:Council Elects No Changes to $76.68 Million School Dept Budget

June 21, 2018
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The Everett School Committee and School Administration appeared before the Everett City Council Budget Committee of the Whole last week to discuss the School Department budget, as proposed by Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the administration. In the end, the Council took no action to make amendments to the proposed budget of $95,255,826, minus city...

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Suffolk University Poll Shows Support for Encore

June 21, 2018
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A new Suffolk University poll focused on Gov. Charlie Baker has also revealed that 46 percent of those surveyed support Encore Boston Harbor despite the allegations of sexual misconduct against former CEO Steve Wynn. The poll came out on Thursday, June 14, and was focused on likely Massachusetts voters in the upcoming Congressional midterm...

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