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  • Ward One Annual Breakfast Celebrates Mother’s Day

    Friday, May 13, 2016 00:00
  • Students seek help for Nat’l History Day trip

    Friday, May 20, 2016 00:00
  • Total Wine & More opens Everett store

    Friday, May 13, 2016 00:00
  • Signing on: Dr. DeRuosi accepts contract to become Saugus’s next school superintendent

    Friday, May 20, 2016 00:00
  • Atria Maplewood Derby

    Friday, May 13, 2016 00:00
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Deadly new drug raises concerns for city councillor

Councillor-at-Large George Rotondo is worried about a new drug called W-18 that has just recently appeared in the United States. This new drug is considered to be 10,000 times more powerful than morphine and has now been discovered hitting the market in the United...

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Healthy Food=A Healthy Economy

~Op-Ed~Co-Authored by Mayor Brian Arrigo and Andrea Janota, MPHMore than one million Massachusetts residents, including over 300,000 children, live in economically distressed urban and rural communities with limited access to markets carrying healthy, affordable...

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REVERE ARRESTS

Monday, May 9 John Fasano, Jr., 26, of 5 Ciampa Dr., Saugus, was charged with shoplifting by asportation. Luis Ramon Fonseca, 34, of 28 Taft St., Revere, was charged with an arrest warrant. Joshua W. Frenette, 36, of 444 Harrison Ave., Boston, was charged with...

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Overdose Prevention & Narcan Training in Everett

The Everett Community Health Partnership – Substance Abuse Coalition (ECHP-SAC) will be hosting a community Overdose Prevention and Information session on Tuesday, May 24, from 6–7 p.m. in the Crimson Café at Everett High School. This training will be conducted...

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Sounds of everet

Tara’s Fundraiser The popular and professional Middlesex Register of Probate, Tara DeCristofaro, held a successful fundraiser on Thursday, May 12 at the Montvale Plaza in Stoneham. To know Tara is to respect Tara. She’s a “special” kind of public servant...

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Firefighter Union protests renewed call to remove chief’s position out of civil service

Change would allow city to hire a fire chief from outside the department With little more than two-hour’s notice, 25 Everett firefighters appeared at the city council meeting Monday to protest the administration’s renewed proposal to remove the fire chief...

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Roadwork trumps teen health center

The city’s budget shortfall has taken its first big bite out of programs and services for residents. The City Council voted to spend $605,000 of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding to pay for road reconstruction projects scheduled for this year....

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City seeks interim school superintendent

The job has been posted, and the search for a new school superintendent for Malden has officially begun. The nine-member search team met this week with Glen Koocher, executive director of the Massachusetts Association of School Committees, to go over some of the...

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City sticks to its Master Plan

Malden’s 2010 Master Plan and vision for the city was developed during an economic collapse and a sluggish recovery. But the plan is alive and well, and this week Planning Board Chairman Chuck Iovino met with the City Council to review where city planners have...

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Saugus news

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“A great night for the town”

Town Meeting passes manager’s “priority one” projects Approval of 14 articles totaling more than $13 million in capital improvements and equipment purchases breezed through the second session of this year’s Annual Town Meeting Monday night without...

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Budget cut casualties: School Department mulls possible layoffs to balance next year’s budget

The School Department might have to eliminate up to 10 teaching positions in order to balance its budget for the next fiscal year, according to Acting School Superintendent Michael Hashem. Overall, the district stands to lose the equivalent of 11 ½ employee positions...

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A box of frozen fish: School Committee member faces assault allegations

Police are investigating allegations that School Committee Member Arthur Grabowski hit an elderly man at the Saugus Senior Center Wednesday with a box of frozen fish. The Senior Center was conducting a food pantry for veterans Wednesday, according to police. “At...

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