Obituaries 11-09-2010

November 9, 2010
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Georgette ‘Patty’ Toscano Of Saugus, formerly of East Boston Georgette “Patty” (Hanton) Toscano of Saugus, formerly of East Boston, died on November 7.  She was the loving wife of Robert C. Toscano of Saugus; beloved mother of Robert A. Toscano and his wife, Jo Ann, of Woburn, Rhonda Baker and her husband, Anthony, of...

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Halloween with Wayne

November 2, 2010
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Halloween with Wayne

Wayne Matewsky held his annual Halloween party Sunday afternoon at the Silver Fox Restaurant in Everett. A large crowd joined the popular Everett resident at the celebration that featured Halloween treats and entertainment. Photo bottom: Wayne Matewsky (center) with Chief Vincent Caruso, LT. Leonord Jordan, Paul Hogan, Dennis DiBiase, Bunny Green, and Arpeen Sullivan.

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A league of their own: Everett opens GBL schedule with win over Medford

November 2, 2010
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A league of their own: Everett opens GBL schedule with win over Medford

The Everett High football team rolled to a 42-0 victory in its Greater Boston League opener Friday night at Hormel Stadium. Quarterback Jonathan DiBiaso threw two touchdown passes and rushed for a score as the Crimson Tide improved their record to 7-0. Everett is ranked No. 1 in both Boston newspaper polls and No....

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Fines for signs on utility poles possible

November 2, 2010
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If you put a sign on an utility pole, you could be receiving a fine. That is what the councilors are considering after hearing from Code Enforcement official Rich O’Donnell at their meeting on Monday night. Councilor Anthony Ranieri had put in a resolution to try to fine the company that has been putting...

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Board of Aldermen approve funds to Everett police lieutenant

November 2, 2010
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A 1947 law giving city workers who are also members of the National Guard and are called up for service their entire city wages maybe reviewed. The Board of Aldermen approved a $104,851. transfer at their meeting on October 25 for a police lieutenant who qualified under this law. City Solicitor Colleen Mejia told...

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Everett students receive Adams scholarships

November 2, 2010
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Ninety-three Everett High School seniors received coveted John and Abigail Adams Scholarships from the state in 2010, according to Everett school officials. It was the maximum number allowed under the program’s requirements. The John and Abigail Adams Scholarship provides a tuition waver for eight semesters of undergraduate education at a Massachusetts college or university....

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Was division change for Crimson Tide necessary?

November 2, 2010
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The Crimson Tide football team is having one of its most outstanding seasons in its recent history – which has been marked by a succession of outstanding years for the past decade. Although some officials in state sports circles will deny it, the recent decision to have Everett play as a Division 1A team...

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HUD grant aids Everett is sign government works

November 2, 2010
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Everett is part of a $4 million government program announced recently known as The Metro Boston Consortium for Sustainable Communities. It is led by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council. It is all about consortium, bringing together many communities with similar needs and working together for the greatest gains having to do with local planning...

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Arrest Report 11-02-2010

November 2, 2010
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Tuesday, October 26 Jamie Christopher, 33, 19 Elliot Rd., Everett, was arrested for manufacturing, distribution, dispensing Class A drug, possession with intent to distribute near school. Anthony Pantone, 50 20 Marlboro St., Malden, was arrested for breaking and entering nighttime with intent to commit crime, larceny of bldg., larceny of property over $250. Charles...

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Obituaries 11-02-2010

November 2, 2010
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Virgil Carifio Member of Elks and many veteran’s organizations Virgil A. Carifio of Revere, formerly of California, died at the VA Medical Center in Boston on October 30. He was 78 years old. A veteran of the Korean Conflict, he was a member of the Revere Elks, VFW, D.A.V., American Legion and a sponsor...

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Everett awarded $2M grant to improve Air Force Road

October 26, 2010
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Everett awarded $2M grant to improve Air Force Road

City officials received a major impetus to development on the Mystic River Waterfront Tuesday morning when Lt. Governor Tim Murray announced that Everett was awarded a $2M state grant to expand and improve Air Force Road. “This is going to help residents with jobs,” Mayor Carlo DeMaria said at the announcement ceremony, referencing the...

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Veteran Congressman wants to continue work on Alzheimer’s, Clean Energy

October 26, 2010
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Veteran Congressman wants to continue work on Alzheimer’s, Clean Energy

When veteran U.S. Congressman Ed Markey (D-Malden) begins talking about his accomplishments over the last two years, it’s a list that tends to take some time. Markey has been in the Congress for 34 years and is seeking re-election this year for his 7th Congressional seat, which includes Everett, Revere and Winthrop. Markey said...

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Congressional challengers says it is time for smaller, more intelligent government

October 26, 2010
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Congressional challengers says it is time for smaller, more intelligent government

It was the most tragic loss in his life that has pushed Dr. Gerry Dembrowski onward towards what would be his biggest win. Dembrowski, a Woburn Republican challenging for the 7th Congressional seat, told the Journal that he lost his wife this February to breast cancer, and it was her final words that kept...

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Dibiaso, Costello propel Everett past BC High, 37-27, to raise record to 6-0

October 26, 2010
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It was another successful takeoff and landing for the Jonathan DiBi-Air Show. DiBiaso, the sizzling southpaw, tossed three touchdown passes, two to Matt Costello, as the Everett High School football team bested Boston College High School, 37-27, in its final non-league game Friday night. DiBiaso tuned up for the upcoming Greater Boston League schedule...

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Down to the wire

October 26, 2010
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With the election next week, many of you who plan to vote already know who you will be voting for and why. The onslaught of radio and television advertisements and the general overhanded nature of newspaper and Internet coverage, will not further persuade or dissuade those who are already satisfied with the choices they...

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Arrest Report 10-26-2010

October 26, 2010
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Monday, October 18 Andrew Alexander, 47, 37 Oliver St., Everett, was arrested for malicious destruction of property over $250, assault with a dangerous weapon, breaking and entering nighttime with intent to commit crime, resisting arrest. Daniel Cassanos, 21, 47 Pearl St., Everett, was arrested for in possession of Class D drug with intent to...

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Obituaries 10-26-2010

October 26, 2010
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Barbara Ann Giannantonio R.M.V. retiree and Everett Emblem Club member Barbara Ann (Ayer)Giannantonio of Everett died on October 21. Mrs. Giannantonio was a member of the Everett Emblem Club and former Supreme Organist.  She was a retired employee of the R.M.V. The beloved wife of the late Orlando, she was the mother of Joseph...

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Power Play – Everett tops Xaverian in marquee non-leaque showdown

October 21, 2010
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Power Play – Everett tops Xaverian in marquee non-leaque showdown

If ever a team earned a No. 1 ranking, it is the Everett High School football team. The Crimson Tide moved into the top spot in the polls by virtue of a 28-7 dismantling of previously No. 1-ranked Xaverian High School, ending the Hawks’ 20-game winning streak before 4,000 fans at the Hawk Bowl...

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Charter Commission aiming for major changes – Bi-cameral government history if residents agree

October 21, 2010
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Everett city government as we know it may become a thing of the past if the Charter Commission and then a vote of the people approves the changes being discussed. At stake is the shape and form the Everett city government will take if changes to the 118 year-old city charter are finally made....

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Everett Credit Union to host FREE College Planning Seminar on October 28

October 21, 2010
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Everett Credit Union (ECU) is excited to offer a free seminar for high school students and parents concerned about paying for college. The seminar entitled “How to Prepare, Pay, and Stay in College” will give practical advice about the various forms of student financial aid, including scholarships, grants, and federal and private student loans,...

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Boys soccer teams hosts Medford Friday night at Stadium

October 21, 2010
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The Everett High boys soccer boys will entertain Medford Friday evening under the lights at the Stadium. Coach Fred Jannino and his squad will travel to Haverhill next Wednesday.

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EHS cross country teams defeat Lynn Classical

October 21, 2010
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The Everett High girls and boys cross country teams won their first meets of the season with victories over Lynn Classical last week. The girls triumphed by a score of 15-50 over Classical. Delmis Urquiza took first in a time of 25:20. Amber Whitney was the next Lady Crimson Tide runner across the line...

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EHS volleyball team beats Malden, drops heartbreakers

October 21, 2010
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The Everett High volleyball team posted an important league win over Malden and dropped two heartbreakers to GBL rival Somerville and non league foe Lowell in action this past week. “It definitely was a week of up and downs and very emotionally trying for us,” said EHS head coach Mike Fineran. “Although it would...

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EHS field hockey schedule

October 21, 2010
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The field hockey team hosted Peabody Monday, Malden yesterday (Tuesday), and Bishop Fenwick today. They will play at Swampscott Friday and entertain Braintree Tuesday.

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