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  • Mayor submits $227 million FY18 budget

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Peabody news

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Peabody’s finest educators honored at Legacy Awards

Peabody’s finest educators honored at Legacy Awards





Last week Peabody honored some of its greatest contributors to the cause of public education. Sister Christine Gubisch, Dr. Donna Costa, Elaine Marshall, June Kessel and Lorraine Benoit were bestowed with the George Peabody...

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City readies for Memorial Day

City readies for Memorial Day



On Monday, May 29th, Peabody will celebrate Memorial Day as it has every year, but this year is set to be extra special. Two very important events will take place: the awarding of the Massachusetts Medal of Liberty, and the 50th anniversary...

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Acoustic Archives Concert Series: Alec Hutson at the Peabody Institute Library

The Peabody Institute Library is pleased to announce the next concert in our Acoustic Archives Concert Series, which brings live music to the library’s historic Sutton Room. The series continues with singer/songwriter Alec Hutson on Monday, June 19 at 7 p.m....

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Mayor, city confront opioid epidemic at the street level

Community leaders and Revere residents gathered at the high school to discuss the opioid crisis. “It’s an important issue my office is trying to tackle,” Mayor Brian Arrigo said. That is why his office created the Substance Use Disorder Initiatives (SUDI)...

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Council plans temporary moratorium, reduction of billboards

Revere is one closer step closer on having a temporary moratorium on billboards. The City Council passed a motion during their May 1 regular meeting requesting that the city planner draft an ordinance for the city establishing a six-month moratorium on billboards...

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Network wants to make immigrants feel welcome

The Revere Immigrant Solidarity Network (RISN) wants immigrants of Revere to feel safe and welcomed. “After seeing what was happening on a national level, we wanted to make sure everyone here felt safe and had the resources they need,” Julie Brown of RISN’s...

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Beacon Hill Roll Call

THE HOUSE AND SENATE. Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators’ votes on the only roll call from the week of May 1-5. There were no roll calls in the House. $200 MILLION FOR LOCAL ROADS AND BRIDGES (H 3648) Senate 36-0, gave final approval to and Gov. Charlie...

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Mayor, council candidates pull nomination papers for election

Mayor Carlo DeMaria officially began his campaign for re-election last Friday, taking out papers for nomination. So far, no challengers have entered the race for mayor. Other candidates who have pulled out nomination papers include: Richard Dell Isola (incumbent),...

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Everett Police arrest three for tagging

Everett Chief of Police Steven A. Mazzie announced the arrest of three local men charged with spray painting graffiti on various locations on Broadway. Reportedly, on Monday, May 8, 2017, at 1:10 a.m., Everett Patrol Officers John Fitzpatrick and Paul Dusablon...

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Malden news

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Former PTO treasurer faces larceny charge

A former Forestdale Parent Teacher Organization treasurer has been accused of stealing more than $10,000 from the school’s volunteer group. Jane Marenghi, 48, of Dutton Street, was in Malden District Court this week to face a charge of larceny over $250. A second...

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Council expands debate on marijuana shops

Would Malden tolerate a handful of retail marijuana shops if the tax revenue they brought in was used to kill off the Pay-As-You-Throw (PAYT) trash bag program? Ward 4 Councillor Ryan O’Malley thinks so, and this week he proposed using local taxes on future...

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Malden students earn Boston College High School Honors

Paul Albright, class of 2018, of Malden, achieved High Honors for the Third Quarter at Boston College High School. For High Honors an upperclassman needs a 3.8 Quality Point Average (QPA) and all grades C+ or higher. Andrew Baratta, class of 2017, Abreham Sequar,...

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Saugus news

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Lady Sachems softball team opens offensive floodgates, now 6-6

Lady Sachems softball team opens offensive floodgates, now 6-6


The Saugus softball team has run up its offensive numbers this week after earning an 11-1 victory over Malden on Wednesday and beating Somerville, 15-3, on the mercy rule on Monday. Saugus got off to a fast start on Wednesday against a struggling Golden...

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Top 10 Taxpayers

Square One Mall and Wheelabrator rank number one and two in what they’ll pay Saugus in 2017 property taxes So who’s the biggest taxpayer in Saugus? It’s a close competition between owners of the Square One Mall and Wheelabrator Technologies, Inc., with the...

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Hope on the Horizon

Town’s Youth and Recreation director says he’s optimistic about the future for Saugus schools, parks and playgrounds The town’s Youth and Recreation Director, Gregory Nickolas, said Saugus has long suffered from a public image problem when it comes to providing...

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