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  • Malden’s Waitts Mount Park renewal completed with ribbon-cutting!

    Friday, October 24, 2014 20:20
  • Governor Patrick visits RHS to discuss the integration of technology into the classroom

    Friday, October 24, 2014 19:34
  • Mayor urges residents to vote No on Question 3

    Friday, October 31, 2014 16:15
  • Saugus Special Olympics raises $22,000

    Friday, October 24, 2014 18:45
  • Malden City Council acts in the fight against the deadly Ebola virus

    Friday, October 24, 2014 20:14
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Revere news

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Governor Patrick visits RHS to discuss the integration of technology into the classroom

Governor Patrick visits RHS to discuss the integration of technology into the classroom


Revere High School uses technology in innovative ways to boost student achievementREVERE – On Wednesday Governor Deval Patrick joined Secretary of Education Matthew Malone in a visit to Revere High School to see how the school uses technology in the classroom...

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City releases first-ever Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

City releases first-ever Comprehensive Annual Financial Report


Mayor Dan Rizzo announced on Wednesday the newest addition to the City of Revere’s open government and cost-saving initiatives.  The City has compiled its first-ever Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), which represents a complete accounting...

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RBC and Cub Scouts join to help residents

RBC and Cub Scouts join to help residents


It is quite often a difficult thing to keep one’s property cleaned up when age is a factor. And that presents many problems for the homeowner who has this problem, including frustration at the appearance of the property and being fined for unsightly property. This...

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Mayor urges residents to vote No on Question 3

On the outskirts of Everett, on the edge of Boston is a heavily contaminated site bordering the Mystic River. The site, formally used by the Monsanto Chemical Company, is comprised of more than 30 acres of land and once housed a chemical production and storage...

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Mayor urges vote NO on Question 3

Mayor urges vote NO on Question 3


Dear Neighbors, In two weeks Massachusetts will take to the polls for the 2014 State Election. As always, it is important for us, as citizens, to exercise our right to vote. However, this November 4th it is especially important. As many of your already know,...

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City awarded PARC Grant for Sacramone Park

City awarded PARC Grant for Sacramone Park


Project will completely renovate park to maximize public spaceMayor Carlo DeMaria is excited to announce that the Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs Office awarded the City of Everett with $400,000 in PARC Grant funding for Sacramone Park. The...

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Malden news

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Malden’s Waitts Mount Park renewal completed with ribbon-cutting!

Malden’s Waitts Mount Park renewal completed with ribbon-cutting!


Ward 4 Councillor Jim Nestor and Mayor Gary Christenson officially reopened Waitts Mount Park after its $1.5 million renovation. On Saturday morning, elected officials and Malden residents met at the park’s beautifully renewed Leonard Street entrance...

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Malden City Council acts in the fight against the deadly Ebola virus

Malden City Council acts in the fight against the deadly Ebola virus


Councillor Neil Kinnon’s suggestion that a moratorium be placed on all travel and persons coming into the U.S. from Ebola-plagued countries led to a heated argument at the City Council meeting Tuesday night. Kinnon introduced a resolution that the Malden...

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Malden receives grant for Universally Accessible Playground at Coytemore Lea Park

Malden receives grant for Universally Accessible Playground at Coytemore Lea Park

Councillor James Nestor, Malden Mayor Gary Christenson, Medford Mayor Mike McGlynn, Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria, State Senator Jason Lewis and State Representative Paul Donato welcomed Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) Secretary Maeve Vallely...

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Saugus news

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Saugus Special Olympics raises $22,000

Saugus Special Olympics raises $22,000


Steve Agganis (left) and Bob Davis (right), organizers of Special Olympics Day at World Series Park, present a check for $22,287, raised at this year’s event, to Sean Canty (center), North Section Director of Special Olympics Massachusetts. The 9th Annual...

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Kelly’s Roast Beef of Saugus Welcomes the Fall Season

Kelly’s Roast Beef of Saugus Welcomes the Fall Season


As any regular of Kelly’s Roast Beef in Saugus knows their drive thru is always something to see. No matter the season it is always seasonably decorated. General Manager Artie Perrin and crew take pride in the cleanliness and it beautiful décor, weather...

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Target the Darkness raises $42,000

Target the Darkness raises $42,000


Target the Darkness: Community for a Cure was held at World Series Park in Saugus September 20 and raised $42,000 for the TargetCancer Foundation, which supports research for cures for the rare and lesser known cancers. Over 1,000 people attended. Over...

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