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  • MHS student to represent Malden at D.C. conference

    Monday, April 13, 2015 14:37
  • Kiwanis Club of Revere receives Distinguished Club status

    Monday, April 13, 2015 14:43
  • Everett Works seeks to bring careers to local residents

    Monday, April 13, 2015 14:00
  • Panetta settles in as town’s top official

    Monday, April 13, 2015 14:58
  • Governor presents BASE and Malden Angel Baseball with $50,000 grant

    Monday, April 13, 2015 14:34
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Revere news

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Kiwanis Club of Revere receives Distinguished Club status

Kiwanis Club of Revere receives Distinguished Club status


The Kiwanis Clubs that are within the New England and Bermuda District are annually recognized by obtaining the status of “Distinguished Club.” Of the nearly 200 clubs within the district, the Revere Kiwanis Club was one of only seven that received “Distinguished...

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Correggio announces candidacy for Councillor-at-Large

Correggio announces candidacy for Councillor-at-Large


With an overflowing crowd of supporters filling DeMaino’s Restaurant on Monday, April 6, John R. Correggio officially kicked off his campaign for Revere City Councillor-at-Large. Correggio, in a very short and explicit speech, detailed the experience, dedication...

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Revere SEPAC Walk for Autism Awareness

Revere SEPAC Walk for Autism Awareness


The Revere Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) is getting ready to spread awareness about autism; they are having their first community walk for autism in April. The group has participated in the Walk Now for Autism Speaks for seven years....

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Everett News

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Everett Works seeks to bring careers to local residents

Everett Works seeks to bring careers to local residents


As the planned groundbreaking for Wynn Everett approaches, the City of Everett has been working overtime to make sure that the benefits expected from the development are actually enjoyed by the people of Everett. This week, a group of city officials and labor...

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Anthony Bond named a “Top 20 Under 40” construction professional

Anthony Bond named a “Top 20 Under 40” construction professional


BOND, a leading 108-year-old general contracting and construction management firm based in Everett, has announced that Anthony Bond, a fifth generation member of the Bond family and current Vice President, Gas Transmission and Distribution Services, has been...

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Mayor visits Glendy’s Hair Salon

Mayor visits Glendy’s Hair Salon


Mayor Carlo DeMaria congratulated Glendy Romero and Louis Matos Jr., who recently opened Glendy’s Hair Salon. The mayor visited Romero and Matos and other members of Glendy’s to present them with a citation commemorating the grand opening of the new salon. Located...

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Malden news

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MHS student to represent Malden at D.C. conference

MHS student to represent Malden at D.C. conference


Salemwood eighth grader Kayla Souza has been selected to represent Malden Public Schools at the April 2015 National Center on Time and Learning conference in Washington DC. Kayla, who was present with Salemwood principal Carol Keenan, received a certificate...

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Governor presents BASE and Malden Angel Baseball with $50,000 grant

Governor presents BASE and Malden Angel Baseball with $50,000 grant


Mayor Gary Christenson and Julio Henriquez, President of Malden’s Angel Baseball Program joined The BASE founder and President Robert Lewis, Jr. at the BASE’s Roxbury headquarters for a press conference with Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn...

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Dockside celebrates two anniversaries

Dockside celebrates two anniversaries


The Dockside Restaurants Company is excited to announce that both locations in Malden will grow a year older in April. The Dockside Restaurant at Riverview, located at 270 Medford Street will turn 5 on April 16 and the Dockside Restaurant in Malden, located...

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Saugus news

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Panetta settles in as town’s top official

Panetta settles in as town’s top official


No stranger to leadership, Board of Selectmen Chairman Debra Panetta feels at home in the board’s middle seat. In addition to being chairman, Panetta is the current president of the Saugus River Watershed Council. She was also chairman of the School Committee,...

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Magliozzi slated to run with Gronk Nation in first Boston Marathon

Magliozzi slated to run with Gronk Nation in first Boston Marathon


On April 20 resident Marc Magliozzi will join 13 Saugonians and thousands of other runners for the odyssey from Hopkinton to Copley Square in the 119th Boston Marathon. “It was an opportunity I just couldn’t pass up,” he said. A first-time marathon...

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Easter Sunday at St. Margaret’s Church

Easter Sunday at St. Margaret’s Church


FATHER & BUNNY: Father Timothy Kelleher and the Easter Bunny are shown in front of St. Margaret’s Church on Lincoln Ave. on Easter Sunday.
(Photo courtesy of Jeannie Meredith)  

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