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  • Council honors volunteer’s 40 years of service

    Friday, July 03, 2015 00:00
  • Councillor concerned over traffic, parking issues

    Friday, July 03, 2015 00:00
  • 300 attend DiPierro’s campaign kickoff

    Friday, July 03, 2015 00:00
  • Boy Scout Troop 62 wraps up year at Prankers Pond

    Saturday, July 04, 2015 00:00
  • Malden City Council Honors

    Friday, July 03, 2015 00:00
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Revere news

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Reader expresses gratitude for Citizenship Police Academy

~ Letter-to-the-Editor ~ To the Citizens of Revere, Recently I have had the best opportunity participating in The Revere Citizenship Police Academy over the last 10 weeks. First, I would like to thank Mayor Dan Rizzo and Police Chief Joe Cafarelli for giving us...

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Revere Farmers’ Market is new and improved this summer

The Market opens July 10 at the American LegionThe City of Revere, MGH Revere HealthCare Center and Revere on the Move invite the community to celebrate the Grand Opening of the Revere Farmers’ Market in its new location in front of the American Legion Hall on...

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Huge flea market planned at Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center

Donations/volunteers welcomed On Thursday, August 27, and Friday, August 28, between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. we will be hosting a Flea Market to support the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center, 25 Winthrop Ave., Revere. We will be looking for new and clean items such...

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Everett News

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Wynn Resorts makes annual $1.94 million slot-assessment payment


Wynn Resorts fulfilled the latest requirement of its Massachusetts gaming license by making its annual slot-assessment payment to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission – $1,945,200.00. The annual payment period commenced when the Region A gaming license was...

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Everett Community Growers needs votes to win national contest $15,000 grant

Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Everett Community Growers (ECG) are asking Everett residents to cast their votes and help the ECG win a Nature’s Path Gardens for Good grant. The ECG currently places fifth out of 120 entries across the country in a contest to win...

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Wynn hosting “Career Showcases” in Everett and Charlestown for permanent resort jobs

Wynn Resorts has already hosted a series of job fairs for the expected 4,000 construction jobs it will need to build its resort casino in Everett, though many job seekers in the region have been waiting anxiously for the expected 4,000 permanent operations jobs...

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Malden news

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Housing Families offers pro bono legal services to low-income families

Housing Families offers pro bono legal services to low-income families


Housing Families, Inc. (HFI), a Malden-based agency which aims to end family homelessness in Massachusetts, has recently acquired the Pro Bono Legal Services Program from Tri-City Community Action Program (Tri-CAP), an anti-poverty agency which recently closed. “Hosting...

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Annual Citywide Independence Day Weekend Event Schedule

The City of Malden celebrates Independence Day at various parks around the city.  Each celebration is fun an exciting and offers games, activities, food and fun for the whole family.  Look below to see which one is closest to you.   Ward 1 and 2 -...

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Council sends Tax Increment Agreement to mayor for approval

Developer of Masonic Building proposes 69-unit apt. complex The City Council approved a Tax Increment Agreement for the developers of the Masonic Building on Pleasant Street, who plan a 69-unit apartment complex in the downtown area. The developers, 126-150 Pleasant...

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Boy Scout Troop 62 wraps up year at Prankers Pond

Boy Scout Troop 62 wraps up year at Prankers Pond


Wolf Scout Sean Cole and his mother, Den Leader Laura Cole, are shown at Boy Scout Troop 62’s June 30 awards ceremony at Prankers Pond. The scouts received their awards for different achievements and a gift from Cub Master Chris Finnie: a brand Class...

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Athletic Budget on the fritz, but user fees stay the same

Although the amount of money needed for the Athletic Department remained ambiguous, the School Committee was able to prevent greater user fees during its June 25 meeting. Member Vincent Serino was pleased that the committee made its decision regarding user fees...

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School Committee approves FY16 budget as time expires

Town Manager adds $300K to budget With 4 ½ hours remaining in fiscal year 2015, the School Committee voted unanimously to adopt the final allocations in the $27.6 million budget for fiscal year 2016. Following the June 25 meeting, it was believed that $71,000...

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