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  • Happy 104th Birthday, Theoni Dezerene

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Mayor to host Ward 4 Community Forum on Tuesday, July 26

Mayor Brian Arrigo’s series of six “community forums” will continue with the Ward 4 Community Forum on Tuesday, July 26 from 6-8 p.m. The event will be held at the American Legion building, which is located at 249 Broadway. RevereTV will be present to record...

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New hotel developer takes aim at Revere Beach

It looks like Revere Beach is aiming to be the destination place with a new hotel, the second such project along with the proposed Shaw’s Supermarket project. A third hotel is expected depending on the outcome of the November ballot question for additional...

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Revere students named to Mystic Valley Honor Roll

The Mystic Valley Regional Charter School in Malden recently announced that Eighth Grader Maya Inzerillo, Tenth Grader Andrew Tran and Eleventh Grader Claire Inzerillo were named to the High Honor Roll and Ninth Graders Baron Tran and Erin Zibell, Tenth Grader...

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Adrien hosts successful first stand-out in Everett Square

Adrien hosts successful first stand-out in Everett Square


Candidate for State Representative Gerly Adrien welcomed a large turnout of supporters at a stand-out last Saturday in Everett Square. Several dozen people volunteered to spend their Saturday morning holding campaign signs and greeting passers-by on the busy...

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Mayor launches annual Coffee Hour with the Mayor series

Mayor launches annual Coffee Hour with the Mayor series


Mayor Carlo DeMaria welcomed a crowd of residents to the first annual Coffee Hour with the Mayor last Tuesday, July 12. The mayor, along with leaders of City Hall departments, met with several Everett residents at Wehner’s Park. After speaking about recent...

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The Rumney Marsh Toastmasters Club #8431 Celebrates 25 Years of Community Service

The Rumney Marsh Toastmasters Club #8431 Celebrates 25 Years of Community Service


Past President Frank Zarba (left) installed the new officers of the Rumney Marsh Toastmasters Club, at the Saugus Stop & Shop meeting room at 164 Main Street. From left; President Sherri Raferty, Vice President of Public Relations Debra Panetta, Treasurer...

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Cultural Council warriors fight for funding

Candace Julyan was cautiously optimistic this week that state lawmakers would undo the potential damage done to local arts funding by overriding Gov. Charlie Baker’s deep cut to the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s 2017 budget. Although Baker originally proposed...

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House approves legislation to improve economic development and veterans’ opportunities

Representative Steve Ultrino (D-Malden) joined his colleagues in the Massachusetts House of Representatives last week to pass two bills: one to improve veterans’ access to employment and housing, and one to bolster economic development by introducing or reauthorizing...

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Malden students earn Honors at Boston College High School

Felipe Montoya, class of 2018, of Malden, achieved High Honors for the Fourth Quarter at Boston College High School. For High Honors an upperclassman needs a 3.8 quality point average and all grades C+ or higher. Andrew Baratta, class of 2017, and Paul Albright,...

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Liquor License on the rocks

Selectmen set fall date to cancel Sully C’s liquor license Selectmen voted unanimously Wednesday night to cancel the full liquor license for Sully C’s Bar & Grill – but stipulated their decision would not take effect until Sept. 22. The board’s vote...

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Environmental groups and Wheelabrator disagree over Board of Health’s role

Several members of the Alliance for Health and Environment this week accused Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. of “adamant refusal to allow” the Saugus Board of Health (BOH), Revere BOH and citizens of Saugus and Revere to exercise public oversight over their...

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THE SOUNDS OF SAUGUS

H ere are a few tidbits that you might want to know about this week in Saugus.   Farmer’s Market is Back! The Annual Saugus Farmer’s Market returned for another season this week. The market will operate every Tuesday until October --...

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