Let’s Truly Honor Our Veterans

November 12, 2015
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Veteran’s Day originally came into existence shortly after World War I when it was known as Armistice Day, marking the end of what was known then as the Great War on the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month. In the years since that time, Veteran’s Day has come to encompass...

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Sports 11-11-2015

November 12, 2015
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EHS Roundup Boy soccer team wins two games in tourney before falling in quarters An unheralded Everett High boys soccer team, which qualified for the state tourney on the last day of the season and which was seeded 17th among the 18 teams in the Division 1 North Sectional of the MIAA state soccer...

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Obituaries 11-11-2015

November 12, 2015
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Jason Crockett Former AT&T Sales Consultant Jason M. Crockett, a longtime Everett resident, passed away unexpectedly on November 3. He was 31 years old. Jason graduated from Johnson and Wales University with a BS Degree and was a former sales consultant for AT&T. He was also an avid pool player.  The beloved son of...

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Supporting Dad

November 5, 2015
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Supporting Dad

Sen. Sal DiDomenico’s sons, Sal and Mathew, showed support for their dad during his annual Fall Fundraiser at the Silver Fox on Weds., Oct. 28. The event was well attended and including honored guest, Sen. President Stan Rosenberg – a native of Revere.

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Three Veteran Councilors Out:Marchese,Sachetta and Sarnie All Lose Bids for Re-election

November 5, 2015
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Three Veteran Councilors Out:Marchese,Sachetta and Sarnie All Lose Bids for Re-election

By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. A low voter turnout favored most of the incumbents seeking re-election on Tuesday, but three prominent members of the City’s first City Council under the new form of government found themselves dismissed from office, including two who had served in city government for decades. Ward 3 City Councilor Michael Marchese,...

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Tide Upsets St. John’s Prep, to Advance in Playoffs

November 5, 2015
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Tide Upsets St. John’s Prep, to Advance in Playoffs

Everett High School football coach John DiBiaso called Saturday’s stunning 12-7 victory over St. John’s Prep “the greatest non-Super Bowl win” in the program’s glorious history. The Everett fans who traveled to Cronin Stadium in Danvers and saw the Tide defeat the No. 1 seeded Prep will not disagree with DiBiaso. Sparked by a...

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Batch Yard Developments Sells to Chicago Company for $145 Million

November 5, 2015
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The Batch Yard on Lower Broadway has been sold to a Chicago company for $144.95 million, according to property records from Banker & Tradesman. Post Road Residential of Fairfield – the owner of the Batch Yard – passed papers on Oct. 1 to sell four parcels of land to Mesirow Financial of Chicago for...

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Boston Reaches Out to Wynn for Meeting on Traffic, Planning

November 5, 2015
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When the phone rang at the Wynn Everett headquarters last week, it was an unfamiliar voice – it being the voice of a person at Boston City Hall. Wynn Everett and officials from the City of Boston – excluding Boston Mayor Martin Walsh – met last Thursday, Oct. 29, in a private meeting to...

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Everett is No.1 in Mass for Funding to Find the Cure for Breast Cancer

November 5, 2015
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Of the 540 Post Offices in the Commonwealth, Everett was number one for sales of the Breast Cancer Research semipostal stamp in the first three weeks of October. Customers purchased 16,212 Breast Cancer Research semipostal stamps at the Everett Post Office, which has pink balloons and an enlarged version of the stamp in their...

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Police Briefs 11-04-2015

November 5, 2015
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Tuesday, 10/20 Christian Garcia, 18, 3 Park Rd., Everett, was arrested for being a disorderly person and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Karina Martinez, 33, 33 Waterford St., Lynn, was arrested for being a disorderly person, with interfering with a police officer, with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, with illegal...

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Affordable Food: Everett’s Pathway to Health and Economic Vitality

November 5, 2015
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By: Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Kathleen O’Brien, Director of the Everett Community Health Partnership More than one million Massachusetts residents, including over 300,000 children, live in economically-distressed urban and rural communities with limited access to markets carrying healthy affordable foods, including fresh produce, meat, and dairy products. Everett is no exception. Families living far...

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Another Memorable Win for Everett High School Football

November 5, 2015
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The Everett High School football program has enjoyed many triumphant moments in its history, especially under the unparalleled guidance of head coach John DiBiaso. Everett football fans will remember Frank Nuzzo’s 97-yard interception return in the third quarter of the Crimson Tide’s 13-7 victory over St. John’s Prep in the 2002 Super Bowl at...

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Sports 11-04-2015

November 5, 2015
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EHS Roundup Boys soccer team  reaches state tourney; meet Somerville The Everett High boys soccer team, facing a do-or-die situation in their quest to reach the state tournament as they entered the final week of the season, won two of their last three games to qualify for a spot in the Division 1 North Sectional...

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Obituaries 11-04-2015

November 5, 2015
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Brenda Eileen Flynn Retired Everett teacher Brenda Eileen Flynn of Stoneham, a former longtime resident of Everett and Malden, entered into rest unexpectedly on October 25 in the Massachusetts General Hospital. She was 65 years old. Brenda was a retired teacher in the City of Everett School System, former Chairman of the Malden Redevelopment...

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Happy Birthday,Frank

October 29, 2015
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Happy Birthday,Frank

Frank Mastrocola was presented with a cake to celebrate his 90th birthday during last Wednesday’s (Oct. 21) Kiwanis Pasta Dinner. Mastrocola celebrated his 90th with many friends and family.

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Class of ’75 Donates Dan Ross Memorabilia To Everett High School

October 29, 2015
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Class of ’75 Donates Dan Ross Memorabilia To Everett High School

As part of its 40th anniversary celebration, members of the Class of 1975 presented the Everett School Committee with a plaque commemorating the life and career of their late friend and classmate, Dan Ross. A standout for the Crimson Tide and Northeastern University, Ross enjoyed a long and successful professional career, most notably with the...

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Important Vote

October 29, 2015
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Important Vote

Victoria Monnin, a fifth grader at the Whittier School, casts her ballot last Thursday morning for the annual Everett Dog Tag Decision. Under the careful watch of City Clerk Michael Mattarazzo, the annual vote revealed that the ‘heart’ shaped tag won once again. The annual vote has taken place for the last five years, but...

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City Council Approves Bonding of Meadows Park

October 29, 2015
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By Katy Rogers   During Monday evening’s Council meeting, Mayor Carlo DeMaria was on the agenda to make an appearance to discuss the recent trip to Italy by city officials and employees. As per request of the Chief of Staff, the Everett City Council unanimously decided to forward the matter to the Committee of...

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Malden Beats Everett in GBL First-Place Showdown

October 29, 2015
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Malden Beats Everett in GBL First-Place Showdown

Everything seemed in order when Everett High junior Marvins Fedna made a heads-up interception of a Malden pass and returned it seven yards for a touchdown and a 12-0 lead in the second quarter. Fedna’s defensive gem had followed Jack Gerace’s 12-yard return of a fumble for the game’s first touchdown. But a fired-up...

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Urban Renewal Area Approved by State for Lower Broadway

October 29, 2015
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The Everett Redevelopment Authority now has some authority. The state’s environmental regulator (known as MEPA) approved an Urban Renewal Area in the Lower Broadway portion of Everett in a decision made earlier this month and made public in a recent letter. While the Everett Redevelopment Authority has existed already, there was no particular Urban...

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In Dog-Eat-Dog Contest, The ‘Heart’ Wins Out in Whittier Election

October 29, 2015
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The Election results are in, and the heart beat the bell by a nose. That’s right, this year the heart dog tag has prevailed in the fifth installment of voting by fifth graders at area elementary schools – with Whittier School fifth graders last Thursday choosing for the first time in the program’s existence....

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Police Briefs 10-28-2015

October 29, 2015
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Monday, 10/12 Richard Falta, 19, 41 Prescott St., Everett, was arrested for assault with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and attempted arson. Wednesday, 10/14 John Burgin III,38, 85 Garland St., ,Chelsea, was arrested on two warrants. Caio Ciochetti, 26, 136 Elm St., Everett, was arrested on eight warrants. Joseph...

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Letter to the Editor

October 29, 2015
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In Response to Ward Six City Councilor Sal Sachetta’s Misleading Letter to the Editor It perplexes me to have read a letter to the editor in last week’s newspapers regarding the Ward Six City Council race. Let me start off by saying that both candidates are respectable gentlemen who care about Everett.  This being...

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Daylight Savings Time is This Sunday

October 29, 2015
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Just when you thought that Halloween was going to be over too soon, we are happy to say to the party goers that the are going to gain an extra hour on Sunday morning as the annual daylight savings time goes into effect.  However, daylight savings time is also the perfect time not only...

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