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World Series Park Welcomes Support of Two Local Businesses

World Series Park in Saugus has announced that two local businesses have signed on as sponsors for the field: Iron Town Diner and Route One Car Wash. The park depends on the support of Saugus businesses. Many Saugus businesses purchase advertising signs that are displayed on the outfield fence each season.alt

People who come to the park are encouraged to support these businesses, because without the support of these businesses the park wouldn’t be possible. World Series Park hosts over 200 games each season.

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Saugus’ Mike Vecchione centers top line in NCAA Championship Finals

Union College Freshman nets goal in 7-4 win over top-ranked Minnesota

“Pretty awesome,” said Mike Vecchione when asked to describe the Union College hockey team’s NCAA Finals championship victory at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia last Saturday. “Surreal,” was the other. In a telephone interview on Tuesday afternoon with The Saugus Advocate, Vecchione said Union’s success didn’t feel like “Cinderella-type” team or even a “David versus Goliath” scenario against Minnesota in the finals, recalling the team’s depth in defense and scoring.alt

“When we beat BC (5-4 in the semifinals), we knew we could win,” he said. “When we scored three goals in the (Minnesota) crease – we got the pucks in.”

Read more: Saugus’ Mike Vecchione centers top line in NCAA Championship Finals

   

State Rep. Donald H. Wong Announces District Office Hours

BOSTON – State Representative Donald H. Wong (R-Saugus) has announced his District office hours during the next four months. Constituents are welcome to come to meet with him, or a member of his staff, in the communities he represents.
Representative Wong and/or his Legislative Aide Paula Matrinko will be available to meet with constituents on specific Fridays at the following locations from January to June:
Saugus Town Hall, 298 Central Street: January 24th, February 14th, March 21st, April 18th, May 16th and June 20th from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Wakefield Town Hall, One Lafayette Street: January 24th, February 14th, March 21st, April 18th, May 16th, and June 20th from 11 a.m. to 12 noon.
“I encourage my constituents to take advantage of these office hours to communicate their views and concerns, learn more about the state government, and to seek my assistance on any matter related to state government,” State Representative Wong said. “It is very important for me to hear from my constituents. I am also available via telephone at 617-722-2488 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .”
Representative Wong currently serves on the Committees on the Ways and Means Committee, the Joint Committee on Tourism, Arts and Cultural Development, and the Joint Committee on Financial Services.

   
   

Tisei seeks to unseat Tierney; announces campaign for Congress

Former State Senate Minority Leader Richard Tisei announced he will be running for Congress (Mass-6) in a web video and at an event in his hometown of Wakefield on Thursday.
“We have a $17 trillion dollar debt. Our economy isn’t creating the jobs that people need to live, work and raise a family. Washington’s only 400 miles away, but you’d think it was on another planet because they are so disconnected from what’s happening in the average person’s life,” Tisei said in the video.
Tisei served in the state legislature for 26 years, and was elected to serve as senate minority leader by his colleagues. His nonpartisan approach to legislating attracted support from many Democratic and Independent voters, who re-elected him 10 times in a heavily Democratic district.
“When Mitt Romney was the governor, I voted with him 50 percent of the time. I voted against him 50 percent of the time. I did it because I looked at each individual issue that came up. And I voted for what I thought was best for my constituents and for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,” Tisei said in the video.
Tisei is running for Congress because our elected representatives nationwide, and especially in the Massachusetts 6th, too often put their political party ahead of their country.
John Tierney has been playing “follow the leader” with Nancy Pelosi for the last decade and has voted with her 99% of the time over the last decade. No one is right 99% of the time, yet that’s how our congressman has been voting. I’m running for Congress because Massachusetts deserves an independent voice in Washington, one who actually takes time to listen.

   

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