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    Friday, June 17, 2016 00:00
  • EVERYONE SMILE

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  • Mayor and City of Everett welcome new sustainability planner

    Friday, June 17, 2016 00:00
  • Saugus Wings host 2016 East Cobb N.E. Invitational

    Friday, June 17, 2016 00:00
  • Malden Security Company donates high-tech patrol bike to Franciscan’s Childrens

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Mayor presents FY17 budget to City Council

Committee hearings through next week Mayor Brian Arrigo offered the City Council a first look of his proposed FY2017 city budget at the City Council meeting on Monday evening. The total budget is more than $173,003,411 prior to state assessments, representing...

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School department finalizes budget; cuts exceed $1.8 million

The school committee recently passed their school budget for FY17 of more than $76 million. It was a challenging budget season for school officials as cuts in local funding expected through Gov. Charlie Baker’s proposed state budget for public schools could...

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Revere awarded state grant to implement 311 customer service system

Mayor Brian Arrigo announced on Monday that the City of Revere was awarded a $54,000 Community Compact IT grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to implement a 311 customer service system in Revere. When 311 launches, residents will be able to make “one...

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Everett News

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City council rejects line-item cuts; passes budget, 7-4

Capone: council abdicating responsibility; DiPierro: respect committee processAfter a two-hour debate that dwelt as much on the philosophy of budget cuts and the meaning of last week’s budget committee recommendation as it did on the particulars of any proposed...

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Mayor announces Independence Day Celebration

Mayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to invite Everett residents to another exciting Independence Day Celebration! All are welcome to attend this year’s two-part festival that will take place Saturday, July 2 at Glendale Park and Sacramone Park in Everett. “Every...

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Boston bars ask for leniency in pay-to-pour case

Massachusetts bar owners accused of participating in pay-to-pour arrangements with Everett beer distributor Craft Brewers Guild asked the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (ABCC) for leniency at a state disciplinary hearing Tuesday....

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Budget talks focus on small change

A part-time public health nurse, money for training a new city clerk and the reclassification of some expenses and staff are among a handful of changes the City Council is proposing to Mayor Gary Christenson’s 2017 budget proposal. Although the Council’s amendments...

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Massachusetts Senate Passes Fracking Moratorium with Support from Senator Jason Lewis

This week, the Massachusetts Senate passed legislation to place a ten-year moratorium on fracking and the disposal of fracking wastewater in the Commonwealth. Fracking, or hydraulic fracturing, is a method of drilling that involves injecting millions of gallons...

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A pair of voices weigh in on the city budget

The City Council’s public hearing on Malden’s 2017 budget proposal lasted less than 10 minutes, but it still packed a punch. Annie Oppedisano was the first of just two residents who took the council up on its invitation to the public to offer comments and...

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Saugus news

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Dueling forums: Wheelabrator Technologies’ ash landfill expansion plans to be focus of two public meetings next week

Revere and Saugus residents have a chance to participate in two nights of ash talk next week. The ash from Wheelabrator Technologies Inc.’s trash-to-energy plant on Route 107 that gets stored in a landfill at the facility will be the subject of public discussion...

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Special Town Meeting agrees on trust fund to cover town’s $104 million liability in retiree benefits

Some officials speculated it might take a century to pay off the unfunded liability in retiree benefits that grew to an estimated $104 million last year. Acting on the advice of Town Manager Scott Crabtree and the Finance Committee, members decided to do something...

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On The Homefront, In A League Of Their Own

The recent passing of Lucille Stone Richards led me to do some research into the early years of her life. With the Second World War underway, the Major League Baseball owners and minor leaguers were searching for ways to utilize their stadiums, and also to make...

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