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  • Malden Democratic City Committee hosts 16th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast

    Friday, March 17, 2017 00:00
  • Councillor hosts Ward 4 Community Meeting

    Friday, March 17, 2017 00:00
  • Greatest of All Time

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  • “We are lucky because …”

    Friday, March 17, 2017 00:00
  • Mystic Valley History students advance to State Finals

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Peabody news

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School Committee to start from scratch in superintendent search

It’s back to the drawing board for the Peabody School Committee. After a months-long search that yielded six finalists, then two, then one, the school board will have to go through the process all over again. In the meantime, interim Superintendent Herb Levine...

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Peabody honors Revolutionary War heroes at Patriots’ Day ceremony

Peabody honors Revolutionary War  heroes at Patriots’ Day ceremony









A little more than 242 years ago, seven Peabody men (then from South Danvers) died defending their country from injustices. The city honored these men for their deeds at a solemn...

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Northshore Mall brings the heat with renovations, additions

Northshore Mall brings the heat with renovations, additions




In Greek mythology, when one head of the Hydra is cut off, two grows in its place. That is certainly the case for the Northshore Mall, where Bancroft & Co. and Tony C’s Sports Bar & Grill will replace the late P.F. Chang’s. The...

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Revere news

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Council passes marijuana ordinance

Restricts sale to Technology Enterprise District The Revere City Council passed a citywide ordinance that would only allow businesses to sell recreational marijuana in the Technology Enterprise District (TED) by way of special permit. The revised ordinance defines...

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Lt. Det. Goodwin begins new chapter with Winthrop Police

After a 20-plus year career in the Beach City of Revere, Lt. Det. John Goodwin is getting ready to say farewell to the Revere Police Department and begin a new chapter in his law enforcement career. Goodwin recently accepted a position as Deputy Chief in neighboring...

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City’s Free Cash Certified

The Massachusetts Dept. of Revenue has certified the City of Revere’s free cash figure for 2015 and 2016. In a communication to Mayor Brian Arrigo, as of June 30, 2016, the amount of free cash in the city’s General Fund totaled $4,524,556 and, in the Water...

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Everett News

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City revokes TIF agreement with Exelon Mystic plant

After months of hushed discussion on the matter, on Monday the City Council voted unanimously in a special meeting requested by Mayor Carlo DeMaria to prematurely decertify and revoke the City of Everett’s 20-year Tax Increment Financing Agreement (TIF) with...

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Sounds of Everett

Remembering Leader Herald Publisher
Last week the city learned of the passing of Joseph Curnane, Jr., publisher of the Everett-Leader Herald at the young age of 63. Joe, Jr. as he was called by many, carried on the tradition given to him by his father, the...

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Make a Vow to Lower Blood Pressure and Reduce Sodium Intake during American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month and as a leading community-based organization committed to improving the nation’s health, the YMCA urges everyone in Malden, Medford and Everett to help prevent heart disease by lowering your blood pressure. Two ways to keep the...

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Malden news

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Malden Neighborhood Basketball League this week

Saturday, March 11 at Ferryway Game 1 – Bullets 66, Celtics 59 A 19-12 early lead in the 1st quarter helped the Bullets capture the 2nd spot this year on their way back to the madness. “League MVP candidate” C. Bastien had 25 in this one as A. Sequar, also...

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Crowe asked to appoint temporary municipal hearing officer

Anyone who is appealing a fine for violating a city ordinance or requesting a review of conditions attached to a city permit or license might be receiving a hearing notice soon. The City Council voted late last month to have Council President Peg Crowe appoint...

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City sets goals to foster unity

The need for more diversity in Malden classrooms and at City Hall are among the key takeaways from the three community forums on race and diversity held last fall. The city released a report on the Community ’N Unity series of dialogs, which were organized by...

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Saugus news

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“It’s not sustainable”

Finance Committee Chairman offers a pessimistic view on Superintendent’s proposed School Department budget Superintendent of Schools Dr. David DeRuosi, Jr. would need a Proposition 2 ½ override to get the funds he’s seeking to run Saugus Public Schools, according...

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Mid-Year Reflections

Superintendent DeRuosi rates himself as “proficient”  in meeting six-month goals set by School Committee Superintendent of Schools Dr. David DeRuosi, Jr. gives himself high marks through the halfway point of his first year in charge of Saugus Public Schools....

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Pioneer Charter School of Science II to participate in the College Board’s AP Capstone program

Diploma program focuses on inquiry, research and writing skills crucial for college/career successPioneer Charter School of Science II (PCSS II) is one of approximately 1,000 schools worldwide to implement AP Capstone – an innovative diploma program that allows...

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