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Mayor joins Lieutenant Governor at Medford Vocational High School

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On Tuesday, January 31, Mayor Carlo DeMaria joined Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito at the Medford Vocational Technical High School. Along with Medford Mayor Stephanie Burke and State Representative Paul Donato, the officials visited programs in the high school. Medford is the only school district that has its technical school inside its high school, and this allows for great collaboration and integration between the two schools. Polito and DeMaria visited a number of the technical program areas and spoke with students and teachers at the school.

DeMaria stated, “Many students from Everett are able to gain specialized skills at the Medford Vocational Technical High School. These programs are highly valued in our community and we appreciate the partnership we have formed with MVTHS. We must continue to support these students so that they acquire those specialized skills and have successful futures.”

 

 

Mayor honors Captain Norman Solari

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Mayor Carlo DeMaria recently offered his most sincere congratulations to Captain Norman Solari in recognition of 40 years of dedication and service to the Everett Fire Department. Mayor DeMaria stated, “Captain Solari has been a real asset to the department since joining. In those 40 years, he has contributed skill, time, energy and loyalty. We’ve noticed and appreciate all these contributions. I send my very best wishes and the hope for continued good fortune.”

 

   

Tide boys basketball team outlasts Salem, 79-62

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The Everett boys’ basketball team took down Salem, 79-62, on Monday night. Leading the way for the Crimson Tide was Ghared Boyce, who scored 25 points.

The Crimson Tide is now ranked second in Massachusetts and is 11-1. The team’s next game is on Saturday morning against Malden in a crucial Greater Boston League (GBL) clash. Saturday’s game will be the first of two meetings between the Golden Tornadoes and Everett this season. The Crimson Tide only needs to win one to clinch the title of the GBL, which is in its final season of existence. Malden, Everett and the remainder of the GBL teams will join the Northeast Conference in 2017/2018.


   

Sen. DiDomenico addresses large crowd at Sexual Health Lobby Day

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On Jan. 31, State Senator Sal DiDomenico addressed over 500 advocates at Sexual Health Lobby Day on Beacon Hill. The group was at the State House to fight for family-planning rights and sex education and to advocate for the Senator’s bill, An Act relative to healthy youth. In his speech, the Senator noted that it was one of the largest crowds he had ever seen at the State House – “Thank you to everyone who came today to stand up for what you believe in. Now more than ever, it is so important to make our voices heard and it was amazing to see such an impressive crowd.”


   

Greatest of All Time

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Proudly standing next to the Patriots’ fifth Super Bowl trophy, QB Tom Brady waves to the ecstatic crowd during the team’s triumphant Duck Boat victory parade in Boston Tuesday. The Pats wrested victory from the Atlanta Falcons Sunday in a stunning second-half comeback to close the game 34-28 in overtime. (Advocate photo by Ross Scabin)

   

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