EHS Sports Roundup

November 5, 2009
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Volleyball team reaches finals of GBL tourney The Everett High volleyball team saved its best for last, as the Crimson Tide played their best ball of the season to advance to the finals of last week’s Greater Boston League Tournament. Although Coach Mike Fineran’s charges eventually fell in the championship match to Medford by...

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Charter Review

November 5, 2009
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In the coming year, charter review is going to become the great defining issues for the charter review committee, for city leaders, and ultimately for everyone living in this city who feels vested in its future. Has the time has come to streamline Everett city government? How can it be made to be more...

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Obituaries 11-5-09

November 5, 2009
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William O’Brien West Yarmouth resident William J. O’Brien of West Yarmouth died on October 25. He was the beloved husband of 59 years of Ethel L. (Morris) O’Brien, formerly of Everett; father of Erin A. O’Brien of West Yarmouth, Dr. William P. O’Brien of Lunenburg and Dr. Neil P. O’Brien of East Falmouth and...

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Arrest Report 11-5-09

November 5, 2009
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Monday, October 26 Roger Britton, 38, 106 Chestnut St., Everett, was arrested on an arrest warrant. Kristin Griffin, 36, 51 Glendale St., Everett, was arrested for being disorderly person. William Kennedy, 20, 20 Elliott Rd., Everett, was arrested for assault and battery and resisting arrest. Tuesday, October 27 Jill Casaccio, 26, 232 Tremont St.,...

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A new day dawns at the Parlin School – School will receive expansive renovations

October 31, 2009
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A new day dawns at the Parlin School – School will receive expansive renovations

The Everett Public Schools (EPS) and the mayor’s office are ready to turn a grand, old building into a great, modern one. Officials gathered at the Albert N. Parlin School at 587 Broadway last week to announce that the building will undergo more than $2 million in renovations, greatly improving the learning experience of...

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Everett Credit Union hosts free college planning seminar

October 31, 2009
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Everett Credit Union hosts free college planning seminar

On Tuesday, October 13, Everett Credit Union (ECU) hosted a college planning seminar at Everett High School for juniors and seniors in Everett and surrounding communities. Melissa Hunt of Credit Union StudentChoice presented “How to Prepare, Pay, and Stay in College.” The presentation was well received with 171 students, parents, and staff in attendance....

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Soccer girls rally to tie Lynn Classical

October 31, 2009
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The Everett High girls soccer team ended the season on a high note, erasing a 2-0 deficit with two goals late in the game, including the equalizer with 1:11 to play, to earn a 2-2 tie with Lynn Classical in the season finale at Glendale Park Saturday afternoon. “This was such an exciting and...

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Golfers wrap up season

October 31, 2009
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The Everett High golf team concluded its 2009 season with a match against Malden Catholic last Wednesday. The contest, in which M.C. was considered the “home” team (both Everett and M.C. call the Mt. Hood course home), was scored differently than in the GBL. Rather than match play in which the eight golfers on...

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Soccer boys defeat Classical in finale

October 31, 2009
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The state tournament-bound Everett High boys soccer team wrapped up its regular season with a nice 4-1 triumph over Lynn Classical on Senior Day Saturday at Glendale Park. Senior members of the team, all of whom were on the field at the final whistle, were keeper Eric Westphal, Philip Cunha, David Carvalho, Ryan Canillas,...

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Field hockey team ties Braintree, 2-2

October 31, 2009
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The Everett High field hockey team earned a 2-2 tie with Braintree on Monday. Yasmin Akeeb, assisted by Sashae Walls, and Samantha Sarni, assisted by Kayla Lombardi, scored the goals for the Crimson Tide, both of which came in the opening half to give Everett a 2-0 lead at the intermission. However, the host...

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Close encounters against GBL’s best for volleyball team

October 31, 2009
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Close only counts in horseshoes, as the saying goes, and that adage applied to the Everett High volleyball team’s hard fought contests against Medford and Cambridge, the top two teams in the GBL, this past week. “For the most part, we played very well in both matches, but crucial mistakes proved our undoing,” said...

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Get out and vote; make the right choices

October 31, 2009
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Next Tuesday is Election Day, an opportunity for the voters of this city to choose what the direction the city will take for the next two years. There are important votes to be made Tuesday – and the bulk of them concern the School Committee race. If you are an Everett family with children...

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Boys and Girls Club filling the need

October 31, 2009
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Statistics show that school age children are more likely to get into trouble between the hours of 3 to 6 p.m. The reason is obvious: the lack of supervision. In today’s family, a two family income is essential. Everett like many other communities needs as many alternatives to keep children supervised. The local Boys...

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Obituaries 10-28-09

October 31, 2009
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Sherri Studioso Everett resident Sherri Studioso of Everett, formerly of Malden, died on October 16.  She was the mother of Reginald Miller and Trey Miller, both of Everett; daughter of Salvatore and Carol Studioso of Bridgeport, CT; sister of Suzanne Studioso of Bridgeport, CT and is also survived by two nieces and one nephew. ...

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Arrest Report 10-28-09

October 31, 2009
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Monday, October 19 Thomas Abruzzese, Jr., 26, 18 Pierce Ave., Everett, was arrested for Operating Under the Influence of Liqour. William Aubrey, 72, Long Island Shelter, Quincy, was arrested for trespassing. Frederick Bianchino, 20, 11 Agatha St., Revere, was arrested on multiple warrants. Christine Cook, 35, 143 Central Ave., Everett, was arrested for protective...

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Robotics class at Everett High School Scoring high interest and achievements

October 21, 2009
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Robotics class at Everett High School Scoring high interest and achievements

A recently instituted class in robotics at Everett High School (EHS) was a commanding success, and the School Committee got a glimpse of it at Monday night’s meeting. Students with robots they programmed through the use of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, wowed members of the school committee, who praised the program, which is...

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Crimson Tide comeback falls short to Xaverian

October 21, 2009
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Crimson Tide comeback falls short to Xaverian

The Everett High School football team was 91 yards away from the end zone with 1:51 left to play. Score a touchdown and add an extra point by Gilly DeSousa and Everett would have a scintillating comeback victory over the No. 1 ranked Xaverian Hawks. Everett High quarterback Jonathan DiBiaso skillfully moved the Crimson...

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Richard Hughes is remembered warmly by family and friends

October 21, 2009
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People filled the Our Lady of Grace Church Tuesday morning to pay tribute to Richard G. “Dick” Hughes, 75, a man who touched so many lives and helped so many people in a gracious, unassuming manner. Mr. Hughes died on October 16. He was 75 years old. Family members, friends and colleagues at the...

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Stephen Smith’s dilemma is the city’s problem

October 21, 2009
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An extraordinary person could pull it off. In the best of times, it could be done. However, he is not an extraordinary person and these are not the best of times. We are referring to Rep. Stephen Smith who is also a School Committeeman. Smith holds these separately elected posts and is doing a...

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Praise for the reopening of the Adams School

October 21, 2009
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Not enough can be written or said publicly about the benefits that come with the reopening of the Adams School for those parents in this city with 3 year-olds. This is the Everett School Committee and Superintendent’s office at their very best. Placing 3 year-olds in a pre-school at a spiffed up Adams School...

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Obituaries – 10-20-09

October 21, 2009
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Robert Brady Longtime Stop & Shop Grocery Manager Robert M. Brady died at the Melrose Wakefield Hospital on Oct 17 after a brief illness. Born in Everett, he attended the Immaculate Conception Grammar School and graduated from Everett High School, Class of 1955. Mr. Brady worked at the Stop and Shop for more than...

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Bowman’s blocked PAT helps Everett defeat BC High 14-13

October 13, 2009
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Bowman’s blocked PAT helps Everett defeat BC High 14-13

Andrew Bowman blocked an extra point attempt with nine minutes and the Everett High defense made it stand up for the winning margin in the Crimson Tide’s 14-13 victory over Boston College High School on Homecoming Day at Everett Memorial Stadium. Bowman, a standout linebacker, had earlier recovered a fumble to set up what...

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Man arraigned for murder of Everett woman

October 13, 2009
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A 38-year-old Somerville man was arraigned in Malden District Court on Tuesday morning for the stabbing death of Sheila Santos. The 26-year-old exotic dancer was allegedly stabbed 33 times by Antonio Marcos Ferreira, who dumped her body on the back stairs of the Everett apartment house she was living in at 154 Main Street....

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Everett youth charged in vicious beating

October 13, 2009
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An Everett youth is being charged in an alleged vicious beating in downtown Boston that left a South End man with permanent brain damage – and it was all over Chinese food. On Mother’s Day, May 10, three Roxbury youths and Eric Wallace, 19, of Everett, were in Boston Chinatown eating at the New...

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