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  • Mayor submits $227 million FY18 budget

    Monday, May 15, 2017 00:00
  • Twin Sachem Scholars

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  • Help choose the next Malden Reads 2018 book selection!

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Peabody news

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State funds keep Peabody seniors on the go

State funds keep Peabody seniors on the go





Grant allows Senior Center to purchase six new transportation vehicles The Senior Center has six new transportation vehicles, thanks to a state grant. The city now has five new passenger vans and one new car. Last...

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First Summer Concert of the year a giant success

First Summer Concert of the year a giant success







Peabody was out in full force for the first Summer Concert of the year last Sunday, featuring the group North Shore Acappella. It was a beautiful, steamy summer evening for the crooners, who...

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A Mom’s Village opening permanently at Big Y Plaza in West Peabody

New facility will serve moms and children throughout the North Shore Stephanie Keohan and Cindy Solomon, owners of A Mom’s Village, announced on Monday that they have secured their permanent location at the Big Y Plaza in West Peabody. This new 6,000+ square...

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Revere Beach gets top marks on water quality report card

Revere Beach is at the top of the class in terms of water quality, according to a report card recently released by a local environmental organization. Revere received a 98 percent on primary beach safety in the Beach Water Quality Report Card released by environmental...

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FY2018 budget proposal maintains fiscal discipline while making key investments

~ Op-Ed ~On Monday night, I submitted to the City Council my proposal for the Fiscal Year 2018 budget. In the coming weeks, I look forward to a wide-ranging conversation with the Council. This year’s budget continues the progress made last year toward putting...

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Council reflects on residency requirement

The Revere City Council discussed the residency requirement for city employees once again at the June 5 City Council meeting. The council placed on file an appointment for Public Safety Information Technology Professional position on May 22 because the applicant,...

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Everett News

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Beacon Hill Roll Call

THE HOUSE AND SENATE. Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators’ votes on the only roll call from the week of May 1-5. There were no roll calls in the House. $200 MILLION FOR LOCAL ROADS AND BRIDGES (H 3648) Senate 36-0, gave final approval to and Gov. Charlie...

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Mayor, council candidates pull nomination papers for election

Mayor Carlo DeMaria officially began his campaign for re-election last Friday, taking out papers for nomination. So far, no challengers have entered the race for mayor. Other candidates who have pulled out nomination papers include: Richard Dell Isola (incumbent),...

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Everett Police arrest three for tagging

Everett Chief of Police Steven A. Mazzie announced the arrest of three local men charged with spray painting graffiti on various locations on Broadway. Reportedly, on Monday, May 8, 2017, at 1:10 a.m., Everett Patrol Officers John Fitzpatrick and Paul Dusablon...

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Malden news

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School officials propose a “responsible” balanced budget

School officials have proposed a $69.2 million balanced budget that avoids layoffs and cuts and keeps programs and services intact. A public hearing on the School Department’s budget proposal will be held on June 19 at 6 p.m. at the Senor Center. This week...

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City looks at new possibilities for Commercial Street

With Malden Center well on the way to a major revival, the city is turning its attention to the site of the next big improvement project, the Commercial Street Corridor. Malden Redevelopment Authority (MRA) Executive Director Deborah Burke brought a team of urban...

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Council tables request for new small cell antennas

Verizon calls them new sky furniture, Ward 5 Councillor Barbara Murphy calls them skyline litter and analysts who keep tabs on the wireless data industry call small cell antennas inevitable. Last December, Cellco, a company that provides equipment for Verizon...

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Saugus news

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“A lack of common sense”

“A lack of common sense”


Rep. Vincent says bill to ban Native American mascots at Massachusetts schools – like the Saugus High School Sachem – is misguided State Rep. RoseLee Vincent said she believes Saugus residents won’t have to worry about renaming their beloved Sachem...

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A night-after celebration?

Selectmen hope to be talking about the town getting a new school project when they meet again – one day after the June 20 Special Election The four selectmen at Wednesday night’s meeting took their turns calling on residents at home to support the town’s...

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Saugus Boosters Award Winners

Saugus Boosters Award Winners


Mikayla Allan Andrea McGonigle Memorial Scholarship Saugus High School Alumni Association Scholarship in Memory of John Burns Alexandra Almquist Veterans Memorial School Staff Scholarship Saugus High School Scholarship Foundation Award for Outstanding...

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