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  • First winter storm Damon causes widespread flooding, road closures

    Friday, December 12, 2014 22:26
  • Broadway Boon: July Tornado spurs downtown revitalization

    Friday, December 19, 2014 22:35
  • Everett Crimson Tide Crowned Pop Warner National Champs

    Friday, December 19, 2014 22:03
  • Selectmen accepting applications for appointment to Saugus Audit Committee

    Friday, December 19, 2014 22:41
  • 17th Annual Triple Threat Trivia Fundraiser on Thurs., January 22

    Friday, December 12, 2014 22:25
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Revere news

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Broadway Boon: July Tornado spurs downtown revitalization

Broadway Boon: July Tornado spurs downtown revitalization


The devastating freak tornado that wreaked havoc on the city’s downtown business district in July has somehow garnered a silver lining as Mayor Dan Rizzo’s plan to revitalize the Downtown Broadway District got a boost with the reconstruction of a major...

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Mayor to deliver State of the City address January 5

Mayor to deliver State of the City address January 5


Mayor Daniel Rizzo will deliver the 2015 State of the City address on Monday January 5 at 6:30 p.m., immediately following the City Council organizational meeting, in the City Council Chambers at Revere City Hall (281 Broadway). In the annual address to...

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Happy Hanukah

Happy Hanukah


City, and school officials, along with residents are shown at the lighting of the Menorah marking the Hanukah holiday outside city hall on Wednesday evening. Shown from left to right, are; School board members Stacy Rizzo and Mike Ferrante, John R. Correggio,...

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Everett News

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Everett Crimson Tide Crowned Pop Warner National Champs

Everett Crimson Tide Crowned Pop Warner National Champs


Special to The AdvocateThe Unlimited football team for Everett’s Pop Warner played the Reno, Nevada Miners on Saturday, December 13th for the Pop Warner national championship at the ESPN Sports Complex in orlando, Florida. The Tide received the opening...

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Goatees for a cause


Once again, if you see an Everett cop with a goatee don’t be concerned ... he is a real cop ... and he’s participating in a charity event: Goatees For A Cause – Fourth Time’s A Charm! The members of the Everett Police Department are, for the fourth...

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Reminder: Mayor suspends parking meters during holiday season

Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Office of the Parking Clerk would like to remind residents of the suspension of parking meter fees for a period during the holiday season. As of Friday, November 21 to Friday, January 2, all parking meters in Everett will be free of...

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Malden news

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First winter storm Damon causes widespread flooding, road closures

First winter storm Damon causes widespread flooding, road closures


The icy, torrential rainstorm that hit Malden and surrounding areas Tuesday evening (and continued to make its way down New England over the next two days) has been christened Winter Storm Damon. Malden fared better than neighboring cities, according to DPW...

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17th Annual Triple Threat Trivia Fundraiser on Thurs., January 22

17th Annual Triple Threat Trivia Fundraiser on Thurs., January 22


The Malden Public Library’s 17th Annual Triple Threat Trivia Fundraiser will be held at Anthony’s Restaurant on Thursday, January 22, 2015. The buffet begins at 5:30 p.m. and three rounds of trivia questions begin at 6:45p.m. We appreciate your generosity...

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Wah Lum Team Art Exhibit Fundraiser

Wah Lum Team Art Exhibit Fundraiser


Malden’s Wah Lum Kung Fu & Tai Chi Academy held an art exhibit fundraiser Sunday afternoon. Students, sifus (instructors), parents and elected officials met at the academy’s Ferry Street headquarters and spent a few hours browsing through the students’...

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Saugus news

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Selectmen accepting applications for appointment to Saugus Audit Committee

 The Saugus Board of Selectmen is accepting applications for appointment to the Town of Saugus Audit Committee. These are volunteer/non-paid positions for Saugus residents. The Saugus Audit Committee will consist of three people who have a background in finance,...

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SHS Sachems Basketball gearing up for Opening Night

The Saugus High Sachems boys’ and girls’ basketball teams are just days away from kicking off their 2014-15 regular season. They had their final game action before the regular season officially starts last week. Last Friday the boys played at the 29th annual...

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IT’S NOT WHO WE ARE

~ OP-ED ~ Senator John McCain of Arizona got it right when he issued these scathing remarks about the torture used by the CIA on captives that they maintain is necessary to protect America. He was a recipient of torture by the Viet Cong after his capture in Viet...

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