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  • City celebrates Junior Aid’s tradition of community service

    Friday, February 12, 2016 20:41
  • Speaker DeLeo Hosts Super Bowl Breakfast at Winthrop Elks Lodge

    Friday, February 12, 2016 21:20
  • Gaming Commission OKs Wynn/Boston “treaty”

    Friday, February 12, 2016 00:00
  • Kelly’s Roast Beef & Seafood celebrates 22 years of serving Saugus and surrounding communities

    Friday, February 12, 2016 20:53
  • Senate passes public records reform bill sponsored by Senator Lewis

    Friday, February 12, 2016 20:40
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Speaker DeLeo Hosts Super Bowl Breakfast at Winthrop Elks Lodge

Speaker DeLeo Hosts Super Bowl Breakfast at Winthrop Elks Lodge


Speaker Robert DeLeo is shown with Revere Senior Center Director Steve Fielding, Nick and Marie Giacobbe and Rose Napolitano during his Super Bowl Breakfast and fundraiser at the Winthrop Elks Lodge. See more photos on page 13. (Advocate photo by Al Terminiello)...

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Zambuto seeks to curb illegal dog kennels

Zambuto seeks to curb illegal dog kennels


Councillor-at-Large Anthony Zambuto is worried about illegal dog breeding in the city. “There is terrible dog breeding going on in the city; they are not being bred to be household pets but to become vicious dogs for protection of illegal substances,”...

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Livingstone endorsed by former Revere City Councillor John R. Correggio

Livingstone endorsed by former Revere City Councillor John R. Correggio


Rep. Jay Livingstone, a Boston legislator running to fill State Senator Anthony Petruccelli’s vacated senate seat, has been endorsed by John R. Correggio, former Revere At-Large City Councillor. Correggio’s support follows recent endorsements from elected...

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PUBLIC

THE HOUSE AND SENATE. Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators’ and representatives’ votes on roll calls from the week of February 1-5. RAINY DAY FUND (S 61) House 43-109, Senate 6-31, rejected a proposed constitutional amendment that would require a...

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EPD seize gun, drugs and stolen items

Everett Chief of Police Steven A. Mazzie has announced the seizure of a firearm, a quantity of marijuana and a stolen cellphone. Detective Michael Lavey investigated a report of a purchase of an I-Phone 6 from a Craig’s List purchase. The victim paid cash for...

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Everett students named to Merrimack College Fall 2015 Dean's List

NORTH ANDOVER, MA (02/10/2016)-- Merrimack College has announced the names of students who have achieved Dean's List status for fall 2015. To be named to the Dean's List, a student must earn a 3.25 GPA or higher based on a 4.0 grading system. Three Everett students...

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City celebrates Junior Aid’s tradition of community service

City celebrates Junior Aid’s tradition of community service


Members of the Junior Aid Association of Malden have been volunteering their time and talent to the city for more than 100 years. Last week they took a break for brunch. The organization held their annual Valentine’s Day celebration for members, friends...

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Senate passes public records reform bill sponsored by Senator Lewis

Senate passes public records reform bill sponsored by Senator Lewis


The Massachusetts State Senate this week unanimously passed legislation reforming how the state handles public records. The legislation, originally sponsored by State Senator Jason Lewis, is the first update to the public records law since the early 1970s. The...

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Alice Shattuck running for Republican State Committeewoman

Alice Shattuck running for Republican State Committeewoman


Political Announcement Local activist and Melrose mom Alice Shattuck has her eye on a key role in the Massachusetts Republican Party. Currently the Vice Chair of the Melrose Republican City Committee, Shattuck uses her time as a stay-at-home mom to help...

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Kelly’s Roast Beef & Seafood celebrates 22 years of serving Saugus and surrounding communities

Kelly’s Roast Beef & Seafood celebrates 22 years of serving Saugus and surrounding communities


The doors opened unceremoniously in February of 1994 on the second location of Kelly’s Roast Beef, but that was the last time Kelly’s Roast Beef in Saugus was quiet. From the turn of the opening key by the now Director of Operations Dean Murphy until...

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Town officials ‘thrilled’ with green designation

Town officials ‘thrilled’ with green designation

 
After three years in the pipeline, Saugus was officially recognized as a green community by the State Department of Energy Resources (DOER) and received a grant for $208,335. “We have worked extremely hard on this grant application for the past couple...

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Liquor licenses of Hilltop and Sully C’s could be safe

Despite coming extremely close to being revoked by the town, the liquor licenses held by Sully C’s Bar and Grill and the former Hilltop Steakhouse could still be salvaged. Hilltop’s license has been inactive since the restaurant closed in 2013, and Sully...

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