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  • TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 OPENING FOR EVERETT PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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  • Summer movie comes to life

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  • Off-duty Middlesex corrections officer helps save drowning woman

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Election Commissioner predicts 27.5 percent voter turnout for Sept. 1 Primary

Election Commissioner predicts 27.5 percent voter turnout for Sept. 1 Primary


Despite the 27.5 percent prediction for voter turnout for the Sept. 1 Primary on Tuesday by Election Commissioner Diane Colella, candidates and supporters for mayor and councillor-at-large are urging voters to get out and vote on Tuesday. The polls open at...

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Mayor gives strong showing in primary debate

In a debate that largely centered on public safety and a new youth center, Mayor Daniel Rizzo unleashed a relentless barrage against his opponents, Councillor-at-Large Brain Arrigo and resident Cheryl Whittredge. Rizzo said the city had 84 police officers when...

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License Commission hesitant over hookah bar

The Revere license commission asked the owner of a local hookah bar to return to the commission with more information before they vote on their license. Boston Hookah Lounge, 163 Squire Road, is requesting a Common Victualler and an Entertainment license, to...

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Everett News

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Only one election contest on ballot in Sept. 15 primary

Five candidates vie for two spots In a unanimous vote, the city council voted to hold a preliminary election to determine who will appear on the ballot for the Ward 2 council race on Tuesday, September 15, with the polls remaining open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. Ward...

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MassDOT backs Wynn traffic plans

State agency satisfied with mitigation at Sullivan, Rutherford Wynn Resorts overcame a big permitting hurdle this week after the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) backed the casino developer’s plans for addressing traffic increases around...

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How to Make a College Application Awesome

Necessary reading for future college students before submitting applications High ExpectationsA complete college application should be presented in the same way that someone who really wants a job presents for the interview -- well dressed, well prepared and putting...

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Malden news

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Bull in a China Shop

Bull in a China Shop


I love to shop! Especially when there is a big sale. Many years back when I was much younger, I needed to buy a bridal shower gift. My mother went shopping with me. I valued her opinion. We went right to Jordan Marsh (now Macy’s and before Jordan’s, it...

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Mayor sets-up sidewalk shop to connect, discuss issues and projects with residents

Mayor sets-up sidewalk shop to connect, discuss issues and projects with residents


Mayor Gary Christenson hosted an informal session of office hours last Thursday outside of City Hall. The open event was used to discuss different issues and ongoing projects in town. Some of the featured topics during the administration’s “Mayor on...

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Off-duty Middlesex corrections officer helps save drowning woman

Off-duty Middlesex corrections officer helps save drowning woman


Maurice Magras had no intention of leaving his Medford home last Wednesday – the Middlesex Deputy Sheriff’s 43rd birthday – but a little persuasion from his wife, Kristy, to make a trip to Wright’s Pond got him out of the house. That decision would...

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Saugus news

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School Committee votes down new activity fees

In a difficult 3-2 decision, the School Committee voted not to accept the Finance Subcommittee’s recommendation to change student activity fees for the upcoming school year. Had it passed, the new fee schedule would have included a $35 charge for Band and...

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Selectman looks to spearhead Cliftondale upgrade

Selectman looks to spearhead Cliftondale upgrade


While an unchanged neighborhood may seem appealing, it is something that has continued to hurt Cliftondale Square over the years. Selectman Jennifer D’Eon, a Cliftondale resident, said she intends to make the neighborhood’s revitalization a staple issue...

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Saugus United Against Substance Abuse holds Rodney Bowl benefit

Saugus United Against Substance Abuse holds Rodney Bowl benefit


LJ McKanas from Saugus, and contestant of Survivor, with his team.
Louie Stravato from Amazing Race.

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