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  • City celebrates the Class of 2016

    Friday, June 10, 2016 00:00
  • Happy Birthday, Mr. Mayor

    Friday, June 10, 2016 00:00
  • Council committee passes Mayor’s budget “as presented”

    Friday, June 10, 2016 00:00
  • Shine on: 163 Saugus High School grads walk off into the sunset

    Friday, June 10, 2016 00:00
  • Flag Retirement Ceremony on Saturday, June 18

    Friday, June 10, 2016 00:00
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Revere 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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Revere High School graduates 394 students at stadium ceremony

Revere High School said goodbye on Thursday to the class of 2016 at graduation exercises at the Harry DelloRusso Stadium, ushering them into the real world. This year’s graduating class comprised 394 students. Student Alicia Barry was the valedictorian and Luke...

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Council debate heats up over residency issue

The city council erupted over whether or not Mayor Brian Arrigo’s administration is following the residency ordinance. Councillor-at-Large George Rotondo submitted a motion on Monday evening requesting that the mayor’s office comply with the current residency...

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Everett News

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Beacon hill roll

THE HOUSE AND SENATE. Beacon Hill Roll Call records local representatives’ votes on roll calls from the week of May 30-June 3. There were no roll calls in the Senate last week. PROHIBIT DISCRIMINATION AGAINST TRANSGENDER PEOPLE (H 4343) House 116-36, approved...

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City of Everett receives $27,000 grant for new technology software

On June 3 the City of Everett was awarded a $27,000 grant through the Community Compact Cabinet’s Information Technology grant program. The City of Everett recently signed the Community Compact. With the grant, the City of Everett will purchase new GPS and GIS...

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Video Released in Everett Officer-Involved Shooting

Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan today released the video recordings, the 911 call and radio transmissions from the incident that occurred on April 21, 2016 when Mario Mejia Martinez, 48, of Everett was fatally shot by Everett Police who responded...

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Malden news

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School superintendent search is on schedule

Malden is on track to have a new interim superintendent in the School Department’s head office by July 1. “It’s been going very well,” said former City Councillor Greg Lucey, chairman of the search committee which includes school committee members, a school...

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Council launches new employee evaluations

The City Council plans to start conducting job evaluations of some of the city’s top staff. Ward 4 Councillor Ryan O’Malley and Councillor-at-Large David D’Arcangelo this week co-sponsored a proposal that the Personnel Committee begin evaluating department...

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Infrastructure woes continue as city officials contemplate in-house roadway reconstruction

The city hopes to build its Engineering Department to make more use of in-house talent and less use of high-priced firms and consultants. Engineering Department Director John “Jack” Russell met with members of the Finance Committee this week to review what...

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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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