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  • Malden High graduates 446 at Macdonald Stadium

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  • Sergio Cornelio unanimously appointed City Clerk

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  • DeRuosi’s Report Card

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Family-owned furniture store continues to thrive on Rt. 1

Family-owned furniture store continues to thrive on Rt. 1




When he was 14 years old, Luke Taber began selling bedroom furniture with his father and has never looked back. “I love the product, I love what we do; we deliver a lot of kids’ first beds,” said Taber, who is now 37 and...

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International Festival back for 34th year

International Festival back for 34th year



 Every September since 1983, North Shore residents have enjoyed “the largest exhibition of culture on the North Shore” with Peabody’s International Festival. Mary Bellavance, of Mayor Edward Bettencourt’s Office, said the festival...

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Dog Park Festival planned for Sept. 9

Dog Park Festival planned for Sept. 9




During the same weekend as the International Festival, Peabody’s dogs will be having a party of their own. The Peabody Dog Festival, which is now in its second year, will be held to raise money for an off-leash dog park at...

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Annual National Night Out Big Success

Annual National Night Out Big Success


FAMILY FUN: Pictured enjoying their treats on Tuesday evening, from left to right, are James Rose with Ava, Sadie and Danny Patch at the National Night Out at the West Revere School Complex on Tuesday. The event was sponsored by the City of Revere,...

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School dept., contractor ready to resolve Hill School problems

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Dianne Kelly said problems at the Hill School are finally getting resolved. Kelly said at the July 25 School Committee meeting that the contractor finally seems to be willing to work with the school department on these issues. Since...

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Councillor concerned over pedestrian safety at Overlook

Ward 6 Councillor Charlie Patch wants to put a pedestrian signal on Salem Street at Overlook Ridge. Patch requested the crossing signal at the City Council’s July 24 public safety subcommittee meeting, saying he has received many emails from residents at Overlook...

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Sergio Cornelio unanimously appointed City Clerk

Sergio Cornelio unanimously appointed City Clerk




Sergio Cornelio will replace his mentor Michael Matarazzo as City Clerk, the city council having voted unanimously at a special meeting Thursday evening to promote him from his current position of Assistant City Clerk. Cornelio...

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Speaker DeLeo promotes Rep. Joe McGonagle to Vice Chair of the Committee on Housing

Speaker DeLeo promotes Rep. Joe McGonagle to Vice Chair of the Committee on Housing


Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives Robert A. DeLeo has announced the appointment of Everett Representative Joseph W. McGonagle as Vice Chairman of the Joint Committee on Housing. Rep. McGonagle, a Democrat, is serving his second term...

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Mayor encourages residents to attend Malden River Greenway meeting on August 8

Mayor encourages residents to attend Malden River Greenway meeting on August 8


The Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA), in partnership with the cities of Everett, Malden and Medford, is undertaking a visioning process for a waterfront park system with connected paths, new amenities, and vibrant open spaces along the Malden...

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School officials propose a “responsible” balanced budget

School officials have proposed a $69.2 million balanced budget that avoids layoffs and cuts and keeps programs and services intact. A public hearing on the School Department’s budget proposal will be held on June 19 at 6 p.m. at the Senor Center. This week...

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City looks at new possibilities for Commercial Street

With Malden Center well on the way to a major revival, the city is turning its attention to the site of the next big improvement project, the Commercial Street Corridor. Malden Redevelopment Authority (MRA) Executive Director Deborah Burke brought a team of urban...

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Council tables request for new small cell antennas

Verizon calls them new sky furniture, Ward 5 Councillor Barbara Murphy calls them skyline litter and analysts who keep tabs on the wireless data industry call small cell antennas inevitable. Last December, Cellco, a company that provides equipment for Verizon...

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DeRuosi’s Report Card

DeRuosi’s Report Card


School Superintendent Dr. David DeRuosi earns “proficient” grade in first year evaluation by School Committee All things considered, Saugus Public Schools Superintendent Dr. David DeRuosi, Jr. received an outstanding report card from School Committee...

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Riding for three

Riding for three


Saugus’s Ashley Bottoms said she will be thinking of three people she lost to cancer when she hops on her bicycle for this weekend’s Pan-Mass Challenge Ashley Bottoms said she took up cycling about four years ago as a way to lose weight. But on...

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A ride to help young lives

A ride to help young lives


Raising youth awareness about the dangers of substance abuse is the mission of the First Annual Saugus Ride A while back, Dana Gould said, he put out a post on Facebook seeking motorcyclists he could ride with – people who had never ridden with him...

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