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    Friday, June 17, 2016 00:00
  • EVERYONE SMILE

    Friday, June 17, 2016 00:00
  • Mayor and City of Everett welcome new sustainability planner

    Friday, June 17, 2016 00:00
  • Shine on: 163 Saugus High School grads walk off into the sunset

    Friday, June 10, 2016 00:00
  • Malden Security Company donates high-tech patrol bike to Franciscan’s Childrens

    Friday, June 17, 2016 00:00
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Mayor presents FY17 budget to City Council

Committee hearings through next week Mayor Brian Arrigo offered the City Council a first look of his proposed FY2017 city budget at the City Council meeting on Monday evening. The total budget is more than $173,003,411 prior to state assessments, representing...

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School department finalizes budget; cuts exceed $1.8 million

The school committee recently passed their school budget for FY17 of more than $76 million. It was a challenging budget season for school officials as cuts in local funding expected through Gov. Charlie Baker’s proposed state budget for public schools could...

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Revere awarded state grant to implement 311 customer service system

Mayor Brian Arrigo announced on Monday that the City of Revere was awarded a $54,000 Community Compact IT grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to implement a 311 customer service system in Revere. When 311 launches, residents will be able to make “one...

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Everett News

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City council rejects line-item cuts; passes budget, 7-4

Capone: council abdicating responsibility; DiPierro: respect committee processAfter a two-hour debate that dwelt as much on the philosophy of budget cuts and the meaning of last week’s budget committee recommendation as it did on the particulars of any proposed...

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Mayor announces Independence Day Celebration

Mayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to invite Everett residents to another exciting Independence Day Celebration! All are welcome to attend this year’s two-part festival that will take place Saturday, July 2 at Glendale Park and Sacramone Park in Everett. “Every...

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Boston bars ask for leniency in pay-to-pour case

Massachusetts bar owners accused of participating in pay-to-pour arrangements with Everett beer distributor Craft Brewers Guild asked the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (ABCC) for leniency at a state disciplinary hearing Tuesday....

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Budget talks focus on small change

A part-time public health nurse, money for training a new city clerk and the reclassification of some expenses and staff are among a handful of changes the City Council is proposing to Mayor Gary Christenson’s 2017 budget proposal. Although the Council’s amendments...

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Massachusetts Senate Passes Fracking Moratorium with Support from Senator Jason Lewis

This week, the Massachusetts Senate passed legislation to place a ten-year moratorium on fracking and the disposal of fracking wastewater in the Commonwealth. Fracking, or hydraulic fracturing, is a method of drilling that involves injecting millions of gallons...

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A pair of voices weigh in on the city budget

The City Council’s public hearing on Malden’s 2017 budget proposal lasted less than 10 minutes, but it still packed a punch. Annie Oppedisano was the first of just two residents who took the council up on its invitation to the public to offer comments and...

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Saugus news

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Five more years: Wheelabrator files notice of plan to extend ash landfill life

Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. has submitted a plan to the state that if approved would allow the company to continue using the ash landfill at its trash-to-energy plant on Route 107 late into 2022. “The project will result in slope modifications of approximately...

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Parents weigh in: After survey, School Committee members say district must do better job publicizing students’ scholastic success

The Saugus Public Schools has to do a better job in marketing scholastic success throughout the district, School Committee members concluded Wednesday night after learning of the results of a recent survey of the parents of eighth graders. School Committee Vice...

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Budget blues: School Department copes with deficits as the fiscal year winds down

Even after receiving an additional $100,000 from Town Meeting for fiscal year that begins July 1, Acting School Superintendent Michael Hashem said the School Department is still short about $500,000 than what he had hoped So, there will be some cuts in expenses,...

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