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Everett Youths Earn Boston College High School Honors

Matthew F. Donohue (’16) and Alexander R. Mastrocola (’17) of Everett achieved High Honors for the Third Quarter at Boston College High School. For High Honors an upper classman must have at least a 3.8 quality point average and all grades C+ or higher. A freshman needs a 3.6 and all grades C+ or higher.

Read more: Everett Youths Earn Boston College High School Honors

 

Everett Runs Seven in Boston Marathon

Monday, April 21, marked the 118th annual Boston Marathon--- the 26.2-mile race from Hopkinton to Copley in Boston.  This year’s race had 35,760 participants from 96 countries. Top finisher Meb Keflezighi,who crossed the finish line in 2:08:37 hours, became the first American in 31 years to win the Boston Marathon. The top female finisher was Kenyan Rita Jeptoo who completed the race in 2:18:57 hours.

Read more: Everett Runs Seven in Boston Marathon

   

Mayor Joins Everett Chamber at Annual Breakfast

Mayor Carlo DeMaria recently had the privilege of joining the Everett Chamber of Commerce, Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Greg Bialecki, Congressman Mike Capuano, BNY Mellon CEO George Gilmer, Wynn Development Senior Vice President Bob DeSalvio, Senator Sal DiDomenico, Representative Wayne Matewsky and Everett business owners at the Chamber’s Annual Business Breakfast.alt

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2015 Water Sewer Budget Approved by Council

The proposed $15.8 million water and sewer enterprise budget for the next fiscal year was unanimously approved by the City Council last week, opening up a little over $3 million for improvement projects throughout the city.

Also created by the budget are two new fulltime foreman position, cutting down the city’s overtime expenses.

Read more: 2015 Water Sewer Budget Approved by Council

   

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