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  • Malden digs out from Blizzard Juno

    Friday, January 30, 2015 22:47
  • City officials praise clean-up efforts following Blizzard

    Saturday, January 31, 2015 00:11
  • Winter Storm Juno cleanup underway in Everett

    Friday, January 30, 2015 22:22
  • Saugus clean-up continues in aftermath of historic blizzard

    Friday, January 30, 2015 22:30
  • Trivia buffs share their knowledge for a good cause

    Friday, January 30, 2015 22:46
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Revere news

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City officials praise clean-up efforts following Blizzard

City officials praise clean-up efforts following Blizzard


RHS JROTC Patriot Battalion applauded for readiness Following a record snowfall from the Blizzard of 2015, city officials praised Governor Charlie Baker, city employees and subcontractors for a job well done. City officials lauded Gov. Charlie Baker for...

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Who needs sand?

Who needs sand?


SNOW FUN IN THE SUN: Lowell Street resident and artist Nabile Nuti is shown sculpting a Great White snow shark on Wednesday. The snow sculpture is approximately 18-20 feet long and over 5 feet wide fin-to-fin. (Revere Advocate photo by JD Mitchell)

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Snowbound and Hungry? S’no problem, Kelly’s is open!

Snowbound and Hungry? S’no problem, Kelly’s is open!


WE DON’T CLOSE: Shown manning the windows at Kelly’s Roast Beef & Seafood on Revere Beach Blvd. during Tuesday’s blizzard, from left, are: Kelly’s Revere Manager John Barry, John Pieranunzi, and Dom Carnabucci. The world famous Revere Beach eatery...

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Everett News

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Winter Storm Juno cleanup underway in Everett

Winter Storm Juno cleanup underway in Everett


Everett, like the rest of the Commonwealth, took a heavy dusting Tuesday as Winter Storm Juno dumped two feet of snow on its way up the coast. Through the quick response of services and public safety officials though, the city’s picking up is already well...

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Lafayette School 2nd grader hopes to be top Girl Scout cookie seller

Lafayette School 2nd grader hopes to be top Girl Scout cookie seller


Congrats to Evelyn Gayhart (shown above, second from left), Everett resident and Lafayette School second grader. She was one of five panelists at the recent Girl Scout cookie kickoff rally in Marlborough. Evelyn is a Brownie and was chosen to participate...

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Mayor DeMaria thanks Distrigas

Mayor DeMaria thanks Distrigas


Distrigas donates $5,000 to the Office of Human Services Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Director of Human Services Carolyn Lightburn would like to extend the City’s appreciation to Distrigas for their generous donation to the Mayor’s Office of Human Services. On...

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Malden news

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Malden digs out from Blizzard Juno

Malden digs out from Blizzard Juno


Winter storm Juno has left the East Coast buried deep under enormous swathes of snow. Traffic came to a standstill on Tuesday; schools and flights were cancelled. Boston received 24.6 inches, making up its sixth largest storm total accumulation on record....

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Trivia buffs share their knowledge for a good cause

Trivia buffs share their knowledge for a good cause


The Malden Public Library held the 17th annual Triple Threat Trivia fundraiser at Anthony’s on January 22. Team Hill-Iovino took home the cup this year, reclaiming their status as champions from the Mayor’s MoTTTley Crew. The Triple Threat Trivia is...

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Three firefighters promoted at city hall ceremony

Three firefighters promoted at city hall ceremony


Mayor Gary Christenson, Fire Chief Jack Colangeli, Fire Commissioner Tom Denehy and Police Chief Kevin Molis joined family, friends and fellow firefighters at the recent ceremony to promote three Fire Department officers. The promotions follow the retirement...

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Saugus news

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Saugus clean-up continues in aftermath of historic blizzard

Saugus clean-up continues in aftermath of historic blizzard


A winter that had seemed benign made a hairpin turn earlier this week as the area was buried under two feet of snow. Along with hundreds of other communities across the state, Saugus was on the receiving end of a powerful blizzard that battered the region...

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Mass. School Building Authority approves entry for new high school eligibility phase

Mass. School Building Authority approves entry for new high school eligibility phase



The Massachusetts School Building Authority voted on Wednesday, January 14th to include Saugus in the eligibility phase for a new High School. Saugus is one of only 12 SOI’s (Statements of Interest) selected from among the 227 submitted. Several...

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A TOUGH WEEK IN SACHEMVILLE


The MIAA Football Committee is pondering changes to next year’s playoff race, and the biggest complaint from member schools is that some schools had to play the same opponent twice. They voted to even the power rating system. Malden beat Revere, a non-league...

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