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  • Mayor visits Greater Malden Behavioral Health

    Friday, August 12, 2016 08:53
  • Beach City has a Sister City in Date, Japan

    Saturday, August 06, 2016 05:51
  • Candidate for State Rep Gerly Adrien is committed to those who serve the Community

    Friday, August 12, 2016 08:04
  • Yolking around Saugus

    Friday, August 12, 2016 08:21
  • Strong herring migration documented at Mystic Lakes

    Friday, August 12, 2016 08:52
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Beach City has a Sister City in Date, Japan

Beach City has a Sister City in Date, Japan


The city of Revere and Date, Fukushima, a city in Japan’s Fukushima prefecture, came together to solidify their relationship – the two cities formally signed a Sister City Agreement at a City Hall ceremony on Tuesday. They have had a long-standing...

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WELCOME GOV’NOR

WELCOME GOV’NOR


 Governor Charlie Baker gets a “hi-five” from Sienna Silvestri during the annual National Night Out at the Whelan School Complex Tuesday. Baker stopped by Revere to participate in the community policing event with residents, city and state officials....

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Ladies’ night on Revere Beach

Ladies’ night on Revere Beach


Marianne Fiore and her sister, Lorraine Repoli are shown on the famous Revere Beach Boulevard during the recent Sand Sculpture Festival. The lifelong Revere residents enjoyed the day together and enjoyed reminiscing how the beach was many years ago. Read More...

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Candidate for State Rep Gerly Adrien is committed to those who serve the Community

Candidate for State Rep Gerly Adrien is committed to those who serve the Community


Candidate for state representative Gerly Adrien has proven herself to be a person committed to supporting the nation’s protective forces. As a state representative for Everett, Adrien would ensure that the local police are well funded and supported. “It...

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Mayor signs on assault weapons ban letter to attorney general

Mayor signs on assault weapons ban letter to attorney general


Mayor Carlo DeMaria joined mayors of towns and cities across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in signing a letter of support for Attorney General Maura Healey. She recently announced that her office would begin strongly enforcing the Commonwealth’s...

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Everett resident honored with MassSTAR Award

Everett resident honored with MassSTAR Award


The Massachusetts Youth Leadership (MYL) Foundation presented its annual Massachusetts Student Accepting Responsibility (MassSTAR) Citizenship Award. This year the selected student is Carson Tully, class of 2018, a representative from Malden Catholic....

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Mayor visits Greater Malden Behavioral Health

Mayor visits Greater Malden Behavioral Health


On Wednesday, August 10, Mayor Gary Christenson and the City of Malden’s Community Outreach Manager, Karen Hayes, visited with the staff of Greater Malden Behavioral Health, Inc (GMBH) a DPH-licensed, JCAHO-accredited mental health center located at...

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Strong herring migration documented at Mystic Lakes

Strong herring migration documented at Mystic Lakes


Since 2012 the Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA) has been working with hundreds of volunteers to count river herring passing through the fish ladder at the Mystic Lakes Dam to spawn in Upper Mystic Lake. In 2016, 90 trained citizen scientists...

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Cartoonists invited to participate in local multimedia show: “Pictures at an Exhibition Reframed”

Cartoonists invited to participate in local multimedia show: “Pictures at an Exhibition Reframed”


Artists in Malden and around Boston are feverishly working to meet the August 24 deadline of “Pictures at an Exhibition Reframed,” a juried art show that involves a multimedia exhibition and concert at the Jenkins Auditorium on Saturday, November...

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Yolking around Saugus

Yolking around Saugus


Night-time vandals taunt neighborhoods with car eggings It’s gotten to the point this summer where Linda Serino dreads walking to her driveway, unsettled about the gooey mess she might find. “It’s not something you look forward to, when you get...

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Excused from EIR

Excused from EIR



State rules Wheelabrator doesn’t need an Environmental Impact Report for its ash landfill expansion project Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. has the state’s permission to seek permits for a project that would add five years of life and about...

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An interview with Laura J. Glynn, executive director of the Saugus Housing Authority, on the challenges of public and affordable housing

An interview with Laura J. Glynn, executive director of the Saugus Housing Authority, on the challenges of public and affordable housing



Editor’s Note: For this week, we sat down with Laura J. Glynn, executive director of the Saugus Housing Authority, to talk about challenges she faces in overseeing public and affordable housing programs in town. Glynn, a Winchester native, has...

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