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  • REVERE ARRESTS

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  • Everett residents host a reception for governor

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  • Lady Sachems softball team falls to Swampscott

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  • Malden High School Holds Annual Career Day

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REVERE ARRESTS

Monday, April 11
Luis Tiz-Donis, 22, of 14 Bracket St., Brighton, was charged with two counts of larceny (over $250).
Glen D. Calef, Sr., 51, of 35 Moffett Rd., Lynn, was charged with two counts of distributing a Class A drug.
Glen D. Calef, Jr.,...

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Council looks into creating innovation overlay zone

At the last city council meeting, the council approved councillor at large George Rotondo’s motion of the Mayor requesting the City Planner to research the feasibility of creating an innovation overlay zone.
Rotondo said the city could provide selective...

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JROTC Snow Angels honored

The JROTC updated the school committee at their last meeting on their recent activities in the city, including their work on the Operation Snow Angel project.
According to Major Debra Bowker, the JROTC recently earned their honor unit with distinction. This...

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Parishioners say city took wrong turn with Church Street changes

Trustees at First Baptist Church are none too happy with the direction the city took with traffic changes on Church Street. Paul and Irene Cardillo, both trustees of the church on 50-52 Church St., came before the Everett City Council Monday to complain about what...

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City issues letter to Somerville mayor requesting drop of Wynn suit

[Editor’s note: The following letter, printed in its entirety, was submitted by the Everett City Clerk, at the request of the city council, to Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone urging him to drop his appeal against Wynn Resort’s Chapter 91 waterfront construction...

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Gaming Commission approves Wynn Boston Harbor’s traffic plans

Board may “adjust Wynn’s contribution” to traffic mitigation in future The Mass. Gaming Commission has approved Wynn Boston Harbor’s environmental and traffic plans, giving Wynn Resorts a major permitting victory and returning former MBTA land that will...

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An invitation to celebrate families and community


Housing Families was launched in 1986 to provide support for homeless families in the tri-city area. Over the past 30 years, the organization has grown into a multi-pronged model program that helps families throughout Massachusetts with housing issues and...

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School Supt. moves north to Saugus school district


When the call came in from Saugus, Malden School Committee Member Leonard Iovino found himself in kind of a tough spot. “I couldn’t lie,” said Iovino, who was asked for his opinion of Superintendent of Schools Dr. David DeRuosi, Jr. by a member of the...

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Councillors clash over money for road work

Members of Malden’s City Council are no strangers to the rough and tumble of local politics, but even they seemed unprepared for this week’s Finance Committee meeting at City Hall. Finance Committee Chairman Neil Kinnon called for order and launched...

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Top Choice: School Committee picks Malden’s education chief to lead Saugus schools

Amajority of the School Committee members want career educator and former Saugus resident Dr. David DeRuosi, Jr. back in town to work as the next superintendent of Saugus Public Schools. The committee voted 4-1 during a special meeting Monday night to offer the...

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Cop faces animal abandonment allegations

Patrolman’s plans for a stable stall after complaints surface
Saugus Police Officer Kevin Nichols vowed he will go to court to disprove allegations that he abandoned or mistreated any animals. “I never neglected or abandoned any animals. If there...

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An Earth Day interview with Ann Devlin, president of the board of directors of SAVE

~ THE ADVOCATE ASKS ~ Editor’s Note: For this week’s interview, we sat down with Ann Devlin, president of the Board of Directors of Saugus Action Volunteers for the Environment (SAVE) for a question and answer session about SAVE and her thoughts...

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