Wednesday, April 01, 2015
   
Text Size



  • Christenson announces campaign for second term

    Monday, March 30, 2015 13:56
  • Councillor, mayor battle over stadium loan order

    Monday, March 30, 2015 14:05
  • Middlesex District Attorney Honored by Portal To Hope

    Monday, March 30, 2015 13:46
  • Selectmen: Crabtree in, Fitzgerald out

    Monday, March 30, 2015 13:37
  • First annual “Malden High Alumni Unite” fundraiser

    Monday, March 30, 2015 13:53
Move
-

Revere news

Top Headline

Councillor, mayor battle over stadium loan order

Councillor, mayor battle over stadium loan order


Tempers flared as Mayor Dan Rizzo asked the city council to improve a $2,000,000 loan order to pay for the additional costs of the reconstruction of the Harry Della Russo Stadium. Most of the contention centered on a press release sent years ago. Rizzo...

Read More...

Council honors Jacqueline Sheridan for frozen river rescue

Council honors Jacqueline Sheridan for frozen river rescue


LIFE-SAVER: Jacqueline Sheridan was honored by the Revere City Council with a Certificate of Commendation on Monday evening in recognition for facilitating the rescue of her father Albe Sheridan and their two dogs from the frozen Pines River on Feb. 19. Jacqueline...

Read More...

Revere students attend Baltimore conference

Revere students attend Baltimore conference


Anthony Alves of Revere, a junior at Boston College High School, on the weekend of March 6-8 with five of his classmates, joined high school students from 12 other Jesuit high schools from around the country at the Ignatian Solidarity Network’s Arrupe Leaders...

Read More...
Move
-

Everett News

Top Headline

Middlesex District Attorney Honored by Portal To Hope

Middlesex District Attorney Honored by Portal To Hope


Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan was recently honored by Portal To Hope (“PTH”), an award-winning nonprofit organization that serves people whose lives have been impacted by domestic violence and related assault crimes. Having served more than...

Read More...

Mayor DeMaria’s campaign against illegal rooming houses and blight remains strong

Mayor DeMaria’s campaign against illegal rooming houses and blight remains strong


Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Director of Inspectional Services James Soper are pleased to report on the significant progress that ISD has made in respect to a property at 179 Belmont St. that had been ticketed for multiple sanitary and building code violations. Through...

Read More...

EHS senior selected to participate in Jewish War Veterans Brotherhood Program

EHS senior selected to participate in Jewish War Veterans Brotherhood Program


Everett High School (EHS) senior Sharyn Gladstone has been honored by the Jewish War Veterans as the student who best represents her school in the spirit of Brotherhood as outlined in the veteran organization’s “Neighbors Tomorrow Brotherhood Program.” This...

Read More...
Move
-

Malden news

Top Headline

Christenson announces campaign for second term

Christenson announces campaign for second term


Can you believe it’s already been four years since Gary Christenson became mayor? On Friday evening Christenson announced his candidacy for reelection. Surrounded by well-wishers, friends and family at Anthony’s, Christenson spoke about his vision...

Read More...

First annual “Malden High Alumni Unite” fundraiser

First annual “Malden High Alumni Unite” fundraiser


The Malden Chamber of Commerce partnered with the Malden High School class of 1982 and the Malden High School Alumni Association to host the very first “Malden High Alumni Unite” event this past weekend. The fundraiser took place at Mixx360 at Town Line...

Read More...

Adam Weldai announces candidacy for City Councillor-at-Large

Adam Weldai announces candidacy for City Councillor-at-Large


~ Political Announcement ~Today, I’m excited to be announcing my candidacy for City Councillor-at-Large. As a lifelong Maldonian and as an educator, it has been a true honor to serve for three terms on the Malden School Committee representing not only Ward...

Read More...
Move
-

Saugus news

Top Headline

Selectmen: Crabtree in, Fitzgerald out

Selectmen: Crabtree in, Fitzgerald out


After nearly seven months on the sidelines, former Town Manager Scott Crabtree can have his office back, according to a unanimous vote from the Board of Selectmen to reinstate him. The vote came 45 minutes after the selectmen went into executive session to...

Read More...

Rotary donates to new Saugus softball field

Rotary donates to new Saugus softball field


The Saugus Rotary Club recently made a donation to the new Saugus softball field being built at the Belmonte Middle School. The Rotary Club has repeatedly stepped up to help many fundraising efforts in town. Their donations to many Saugus organizations...

Read More...

Saugus’ Towski caps high school hockey career with Bruins-MIAA honors

Saugus’ Towski caps high school hockey career with Bruins-MIAA honors


Jake Towski, a senior at Northeast Metro Tech in Wakefield, has represented the Knights hockey team as a right winger and assistant captain. Recently Towski was selected by the Commonwealth Athletic Conference to receive the 2015 Boston Bruins-Massachusetts...

Read More...

Latest Tweets

Recent Activity

Find us on Facebook

Weather

Read the Print Editions







Login Form