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Top of the Hill

Top of the Hill


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Revere Community School celebrates completion of first year of programming

Revere Community School celebrates completion of first year of programming

“I am now able to help my daughter with her homework.” “I can now make appointments for my family at the hospital and read prescription.” I got promoted at work because I speak better English now.” —Words from our students Revere Community...

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Multi-Chamber of Commerce Event at Chatter’s at Showcase Cinema Revere

Multi-Chamber of Commerce Event at Chatter’s at Showcase Cinema Revere


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Pioneer Charter School of Science Recognized by Boston Foundation

Pioneer Charter School of Science Recognized by Boston Foundation

Pioneer Charter School of Science was recognized with a $10,000 award for its work in providing quality educational opportunities to students from the Boston Foundation. PCSS was as a finalist for the Pozen Prize for Charter Schools,...

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Phillies Crowned Farm League Champions

Phillies Crowned Farm League Champions


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City Christens “New” Glendale Park

City Christens “New” Glendale Park

Mayor hosts ribbon-cutting and friendly softball tournament Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the City of Everett gathered together this past Saturday for the unveiling of the newly renovated Glendale Park. The community event was well attended by residents and...

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Ward festivities rule as Malden celebrates the Fourth

Ward festivities rule as Malden celebrates the Fourth


Last Friday marked America’s 238th birthday. Maldonians gathered in the city’s parks to enjoy (mostly) free food and drinks, ride ponies, win races, jump up and down on bouncy castles and generally have a fantastic time. The rainy forecast couldn’t...

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Four City Firefighters Promoted

Four City Firefighters Promoted


Mayor Gary Christenson, Fire Chief Jack Colangeli, Fire Commissioner Tom Denehy and City Councillor Steve Ultrino joined family and friends at the recent ceremony to promote four Fire Department officers. City Clerk Karen Anderson took the oaths and swore...

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MHS well-represented at 2014 Agganis Classic

MHS well-represented at 2014 Agganis Classic


Malden High football standouts, from left; KellyJean Charles, #71, (second from left) and Raymond Sainristil, #9, (far right) at Manning Field in Lynn with their teammates.

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Special Olympics Day at World Series Park in September

Special Olympics Day at World Series Park in September

The 9th Annual Agganis Special Olympics Day will be held at World Series Park in Saugus Saturday, September 13 from 8:30am to 3:00pm.  A softball tournament and a flag football tournament involving Special Olympic teams from the area will start at 8:30am. ...

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“Target the Darkness” coming in September

“Target the Darkness” coming in September

Because of the huge success of The Dave Webster/TargetCancer: Community for a         Cure held in 2012, the Saugus committee of TargetCancer is planning a walk-a-thon, or as some call it a relay, called “Target the Darkness”...

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Saugus High Students & Athletes of the Month

Saugus High Students & Athletes of the Month


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