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    Friday, May 29, 2015 18:54
  • Chief Doherty: Personal follow-up may be key to ending heroin overdose cycle

    Tuesday, May 26, 2015 20:26
  • Mayor DeMaria blasts expansion of Boston suit against Wynn

    Tuesday, May 26, 2015 19:36
  • SHS girls’ golf team is tourney bound

    Tuesday, May 26, 2015 20:33
  • State Senator Jason Lewis announces public health successes in FY16 Senate budget

    Friday, May 29, 2015 18:53
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Chief Doherty: Personal follow-up may be key to ending heroin overdose cycle

Chief Doherty: Personal follow-up may be key to ending heroin overdose cycle


Saving lives has always been part of the job description for firefighters, usually from a fire or motor vehicle accident when the first responders arrive on scene. But times have changed and firefighters, when responding for medical aid, have seen a high...

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McKenna elected to Ward 1 council seat

McKenna elected to Ward 1 council seat


Longtime Revere educator and resident Joanne McKenna is officially the new ward one councillor. She won the special election Tuesday to fill the seat left by the late Ward One Councillor Richard Penta, who died in February. Running unopposed, McKenna won...

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Guinasso worried about growing beachfront boundaries for endangered birds

Guinasso worried about growing beachfront boundaries for endangered birds


Ward Three Councillor Arthur Guinasso is urging residents to reach out to state officials and vent their frustrations with what he calls the unfair boundaries that the Massachusetts Audubon Society has placed on Revere’s public beach. “I think it’s...

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Mayor DeMaria blasts expansion of Boston suit against Wynn

Mayor DeMaria blasts expansion of Boston suit against Wynn


Calls for Boston Mayor Walsh to come to Everett and see “positive impact” of casino Mayor Carlo DeMaria slammed the City of Boston’s decision today to expand their lawsuit against the Mass. Gaming Commission – and by implication, the Wynn Resorts...

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City’s Memorial Day Services to be held at Glenwood Cemetery

City’s Memorial Day Services to be held at Glenwood Cemetery


Public invited to attend Ceremony beginning at 10 a.m.Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Veterans Services Commissioner Joe Hickey would like to remind all residents to join Everett’s veteran community on Monday, May 25, for the annual Memorial Day Service. Join...

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City of Everett gathers to honor police officers

City of Everett gathers to honor police officers


On Thursday, May 14, the City of Everett gathered at the Everett Police Department on Elm Street to honor the past and present members of the EPD. Members of the community, Police Department personnel and the EPD Honor Guard paid tribute to this year’s...

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Malden honors its fallen heroes

Malden honors its fallen heroes



LEST WE FORGET: Malden’s veterans are shown paying tribute to their fallen comrades in the city’s Memorial Day Parade Monday morning. See more photos on pages 12 and 13.  

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State Senator Jason Lewis announces public health successes in FY16 Senate budget

State Senator Jason Lewis announces public health successes in FY16 Senate budget


With the Massachusetts Senate having passed its version of the Fiscal Year 2016 state budget, State Senator Jason Lewis announced the successful adoption of several of his budget amendments pertaining to critical public health priorities. Lewis serves...

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Six-Week Program at Ward 5 Community Garden begins

Six-Week Program at Ward 5 Community Garden begins


The first class of a new six-week teen program at the Ward 5 Community Garden was taught by Malden resident Clay Larson and Groundwork Somerville employees sponsored by Ward 5 Councillor Barbara Murphy, Ward 6 Councillor Neil Kinnon and the Malden Teen...

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SHS girls’ golf team is tourney bound

SHS girls’ golf team is tourney bound


The SHS Sachems Girls’ Golf team will go for the gold in the MIAA State team & individual tourney at the Holden Hills Golf Club in Holden, MA on June 1. Shown from left to right, are front row; Captain Julie Daly, Captain Baylee Wright, Captain Sophia Cogliano,...

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Saugus High Drama Club stages spring musical, “Hairspray”

Saugus High Drama Club stages spring musical, “Hairspray”


Saugus High School’s drama club staged their spring presentation weekend: the colorful, comedic and campy Broadway musical “Hairspray.” Set in 1960’s Baltimore, “Hairspray” starts off as the tale of two teenaged girls’ mission to appear on a...

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Flips & Giggles Gymnastics thanks Teamsters Local 25 for grant aid

Flips & Giggles Gymnastics thanks Teamsters Local 25 for grant aid


~ Letter to the Editor ~ My name is Mrs. Josie Penza and Mr. John Penza, teachers at the Brooks Elementary School, Medford, and Madeleine English School, Everett, and proud owner of Flips and Giggles Gymnastics. I am grateful to the Teamsters Local 25 for...

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