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Revere news

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Council approves solar contract

The Revere City Council approved a 20-year agreement between the City of Revere and Hunt Road Solar, LLC, a division of Citizens Energy, at the last council meeting. The new deal will save Revere millions of dollars on its electric bills over the course of the...

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Beautify Revere continues to clean up – North Revere on Sat., April 30

Mayor Brian Arrigo, Revere on the Move, and the North Revere Neighborhood Group cordially invite you to join us this Saturday, April 30, at the next installment of the “Beautify Revere” series, clean up of a North Revere neighborhood. Residents wishing to...

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Nine retail liquor stores put on notice following police sting

The Revere License Commission met with nine city establishments that were caught in a recent sting done by the Revere Police where each of the businesses were caught selling alcohol to a 17-year-old without checking ID. The last sting performed in Revere was less...

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Everett News

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Parishioners say city took wrong turn with Church Street changes

Trustees at First Baptist Church are none too happy with the direction the city took with traffic changes on Church Street. Paul and Irene Cardillo, both trustees of the church on 50-52 Church St., came before the Everett City Council Monday to complain about what...

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City issues letter to Somerville mayor requesting drop of Wynn suit

[Editor’s note: The following letter, printed in its entirety, was submitted by the Everett City Clerk, at the request of the city council, to Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone urging him to drop his appeal against Wynn Resort’s Chapter 91 waterfront construction...

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Gaming Commission approves Wynn Boston Harbor’s traffic plans

Board may “adjust Wynn’s contribution” to traffic mitigation in future The Mass. Gaming Commission has approved Wynn Boston Harbor’s environmental and traffic plans, giving Wynn Resorts a major permitting victory and returning former MBTA land that will...

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Malden news

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Professional soccer comes to Malden: Boston City FC battles New York Cosmos B at MC on Sunday, May 1

Professional soccer comes to Malden: Boston City FC battles New York Cosmos B at MC on Sunday, May 1


Professional soccer makes its debut in Malden on Sunday when Boston City Football Club (FC) takes on the New York Cosmos B at Brother Gilbert Stadium at Malden Catholic High School, kickoff at 6 p.m. The official match ball will make a spectacular arrival...

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City targets reserve fund to plug budget gap

Mayor Gary Christenson came to the City Council meeting this week with a no-frills $173 million budget proposal, a $5.3 million increase over Malden’s 2016 budget. Like last year, the mayor has proposed tapping $4 million in city reserves to bridge a budget gap...

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FinComm chipping off the (CDBG) block grant

The Finance Committee pored over Malden’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) application for several hours Tuesday night, searching for funds that could be shifted towards fixing city streets. Committee members have been reviewing possible pools of money...

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Saugus news

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A record rainy day: Saugus’s stabilization fund reaches a record $4.3 million

Town Manager Scott Crabtree called it historic when he unveiled his plans to add $1.5 million to the town’s so called “rainy day fund” at Wednesday night’s Finance Committee meeting. “We’re looking at transferring a record amount into our stabilization...

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For a better Saugus: 10 Town Meeting members list their top priorities

Brian Costin said he prefers to be cremated when he dies. But the Precinct 7 Town Meeting Member vows he will make sure there’s enough room in Riverside Cemetery to accommodate future generations of Saugus residents who want to be buried in their hometown. That’s...

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Off-Duty Saugus Police Officer, Firefighter save man’s life

Town Manager Scott C. Crabtree, Police Chief Domenic DiMella and Fire Chief Michael Newbury are proud to announce that a 46-year-old man’s life was saved after off-duty Police Officer Tom Wilson and off-duty Firefighter Craig Serino came to his rescue. On...

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