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  • A Sweet 16th Surprise at Everett High

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  • Mark Mitchell announces candidacy for Board of Selectmen

    Monday, February 23, 2015 15:02
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Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center News

Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center News


The Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center is fortunate to have Mary Ann Moore as part of the office staff. Mary Ann began her tenure in November and has fit in perfectly with a positive personality and willingness to assist in any way possible; she has shown a great...

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Millions in current investments highlight Broadway revitalization

Millions in current investments highlight Broadway revitalization


With over $14 million in investments highlighting the current revitalization of the Broadway business district, the Broadway Advisory Group met last week to update its current growth. As part of the Rizzo administration’s vision of Revere’s central...

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Revere firefighters rescue two dogs from icy salt marsh

Revere firefighters rescue two dogs from icy salt marsh


Revere firefighters responded to a call for two dogs stranded on ice flows off Maggi Rd. in the Oak Island area of the Rumney Salt Marsh on Thursday afternoon. According to the Revere Fire Dept. Facebook page, the dog owner attempted to rescue the pups but...

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Everett News

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A Sweet 16th Surprise at Everett High

A Sweet 16th Surprise at Everett High


The parents of Everett High School (EHS) student Mariah Matos picked a great time to deliver flowers to their daughter to mark her 16th birthday. As good luck would have it, Superintendent of Schools Frederick F. Foresteire and State Senator Sal DiDomenico...

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Freedom Trail Scholars visit Parlin School in Everett

Freedom Trail Scholars visit Parlin School in Everett


Thanks to sponsorship from Distrigas of Massachusetts, Everett’s Parlin School will be the third school served by the Freedom Trail Foundation® Scholars Program during their visit on Thursday, February 5, at 8:55 a.m. and 10:20 a.m., at 587 Broadway. Since...

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Mayor thanks retiring firefighters for service

Mayor thanks retiring firefighters for service


Mayor Carlo DeMaria recently presented outgoing Everett Firefighters Deputy Chief Paul Calderwood and Lieutenant John Diamond with citations commemorating their service and dedication to Everett. During their time with the City of Everett, both men dedicated...

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Will you adopt a Hydrant?

Will you adopt a Hydrant?


With the amount of snow that has accumulated – and with much more expected – a main concern of the Malden Fire Department and the Department of Public Works has been the challenge to keep the 1,166 fire hydrants in Malden cleared. Winter storms can often...

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Addressing Our Urgent Public Transportation Needs

Addressing Our Urgent Public Transportation Needs


Under 2015’s record snowfall, we have unfortunately seen the aging infrastructure of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) routinely fail. I share your frustration and the frustration of many across the region as these failures have had...

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Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito visits Malden on “Building Stronger Communities” tour

Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito visits Malden on “Building Stronger Communities” tour


Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito came to Malden City Hall Tuesday afternoon, as part of her “Building Stronger Communities” tour. Polito met with Malden’s state and city officials, including Mayor Gary Christenson, School Superintendent Dr. David...

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Mark Mitchell announces candidacy for Board of Selectmen

Mark Mitchell announces candidacy for Board of Selectmen


I was part of the group that helped organize the Recall in Saugus. Although I do not consider myself a politician I do care about the well-being of our town. I think it is important for me to show the people of Saugus that my passion for the Recall didn’t...

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State Rep. Donald Wong re-appointed to House Ways and Means committee

State Rep. Donald Wong re-appointed to House Ways and Means committee


State Representative Donald H. Wong, (R-Ninth Essex District), has been re-appointed to the Ways and Means Committee, the most powerful committee on Beacon Hill, and has been appointed to the House Financial Services Committee where he serves as the ranking...

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Excessive snow causes roof collapse at Bruhm’s

Excessive snow causes roof collapse at Bruhm’s


The roof of the storage garage at Bruhm’s Tire & Service gave way on Feb. 16 under the weight of three feet of snow. Fire Chief Donald McQuaid said there were no injuries as the building was vacant at the time. “No one was hurt, that was the important...

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