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  • Local veterans group to donate Trac Chair to paralyzed combat vet

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Revere news

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License Commission closes case on one restaurant, keeps eye on another

The License Commission was pleased to discover that Pancho Villa Mexican Grill had made improvements since being called into their last meeting after police notified the commission of frequent noise complaints at the businesses. “We monitor them as usual;...

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Revere residents named to Dean’s List at University of New England

Hind Akki and Carolyn Dacey of Revere have been named to the Dean’s List for the 2015 fall semester at the University of New England (UNE). Dean’s List students have attained a grade point average of 3.3 or better out of a possible 4.0 at the end of the semester. UNE...

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Susan B. Anthony Middle School students honored for academic achievement

Principal Joanne Willett of Revere’s Susan B. Anthony Middle School has released a list of students on the Principal’s List and Honor Roll. They are as follows: Grade 8 Principal’s List Derek John Avery James Cristian Carpinelli Kaitlyn Elizabeth Cassidy Anthony...

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Everett News

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EPD searches for robbery suspects

Police Chief Steven A. Mazzie reported that units from the Everett Police Department responded to the Tedeschi’s Market at 511 Broadway Monday morning due to a reported armed robbery. Responding officers spoke to the clerk, who was bleeding heavily from a...

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B-Team Cheerleaders honored

Congratulations to the National Champion Crimson Tide Pop Warner B-Team cheerleaders and Jenna Marchant and her coaching staff, who were honored by the mayor and city council at city hall recently. The city should be proud of these talented young ladies who represented...

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Learn how to get e-books & e-audio books from the library

Winter is here! If you don’t want to leave your house and you’re going stir-crazy, you can get e-books and e-audio books from the library on your phone, tablet or laptop. Want to be scared? Download Stephen King. Have a homework assignment due? You can stay...

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Malden news

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Council seeks traffic study for dangerous Fellsway intersections

The city council voted unanimously Tuesday to ask the mayor to identify a funding source for a traffic study that would address some of the city’s most dangerous intersections. The city recently received a matching grant from the Department of Conservation...

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Malden man arrested for MBTA assault

A Malden man was arrested by MBTA police for the third time early Tuesday after allegedly assaulting a bus driver and threatening transit police near Malden Station on the Orange Line. According to police files, Mohamed Noor, 29, stepped onto a bus at the Commercial...

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Panel on homelessness offers resources in Malden and surrounding area

Malden’s Promise, a tri-chair led coalition, recently partnered with YouthHarbors for a panel discussion on the topic of youth and family homelessness. YouthHarbors serves homeless, unaccompanied high school students who are statistically more likely to drop...

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Saugus news

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Interim superintendent rolls out $29M budget recommendation

Citing student achievement and underfunded programming as the district’s primary problem areas, interim Superintendent Dr. Matthew Malone presented the School Committee with his fiscal year 2017 budget recommendation of $29 million. The current figure represents...

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Twenty-five Saugus girls to receive ‘ultimate’ prom gift

For the third year, The Ultimate in Peabody donated 350 dresses to 14 school districts to ensure that every high school girl has the time of her life at the prom. According to a survey conducted by Visa, the average cost of going to the annual dance was $919...

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Saugus Public Library Events

Adult Coloring Class Come relax with our continuing Adult Coloring Event. It’s a great opportunity to take time to unwind, be creative, and have fun, no experience necessary! We have pencils and coloring pages ready and waiting. See you there! Space is limited,...

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