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St. Mary’s ballfield construction delays spark frustration among mayor, city officials

For many youth, springtime means baseball diamonds, Little League and Softball, but this year local baseball and softball seasons may be on hold or delayed. City councillors were given a reality check over the conditions of the new St. Mary’s ball fields which...

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Mayor commits to building Lincoln School park

During Monday night’s city council meeting, Mayor Brian Arrigo said he was committed to building a park at the Lincoln Elementary School, but he expressed concerns over the process of its proposed construction. In October of last year, a public meeting was...

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Council delays vote on digital billboards

It could be said that Revere is truly a gateway to the north and south of Boston with two major highways, Route 1A (the American Legion Highway) and Route I-95, cutting through the east and west sections of the city. Aside from ever-increasing traffic congestion...

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Overdose Prevention & Narcan Training in Everett

The Everett Community Health Partnership – Substance Abuse Coalition (ECHP-SAC) will be hosting a community Overdose Prevention and Information session on Tuesday, May 24, from 6–7 p.m. in the Crimson Café at Everett High School. This training will be conducted...

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Tara’s Fundraiser The popular and professional Middlesex Register of Probate, Tara DeCristofaro, held a successful fundraiser on Thursday, May 12 at the Montvale Plaza in Stoneham. To know Tara is to respect Tara. She’s a “special” kind of public servant...

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Firefighter Union protests renewed call to remove chief’s position out of civil service

Change would allow city to hire a fire chief from outside the department With little more than two-hour’s notice, 25 Everett firefighters appeared at the city council meeting Monday to protest the administration’s renewed proposal to remove the fire chief...

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Roadwork trumps teen health center

The city’s budget shortfall has taken its first big bite out of programs and services for residents. The City Council voted to spend $605,000 of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding to pay for road reconstruction projects scheduled for this year....

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City seeks interim school superintendent

The job has been posted, and the search for a new school superintendent for Malden has officially begun. The nine-member search team met this week with Glen Koocher, executive director of the Massachusetts Association of School Committees, to go over some of the...

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City sticks to its Master Plan

Malden’s 2010 Master Plan and vision for the city was developed during an economic collapse and a sluggish recovery. But the plan is alive and well, and this week Planning Board Chairman Chuck Iovino met with the City Council to review where city planners have...

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Town Meeting Session Two: expensive vehicles, equipment and capital projects on Monday’s warrant

The Finance Committee gave a favorable recommendation Wednesday night on several expensive warrant articles that involve borrowing for new vehicles, equipment and capital projects. These articles could come up for consideration when the second session of this year’s...

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Reports of possible buyer for Hilltop property

Selectmen learned last night about a possible buyer interested in using the Hilltop Steak House property on Route 1 South. When selectmen requested an update on the liquor license for 855 Broadway, Attorney Peter Rossetti Jr. – who represents High Country Investor...

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Saugus Police collect 90 pounds of drugs in National Drug Take Back Day


SAUGUS – Police Chief Domenic DiMella is pleased to announce that the Saugus Police Department, in collaboration with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), collected 90 pounds of drugs during National Drug Take Back Day last Saturday. Residents...

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