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

    Friday, August 28, 2015 00:00
  • A colorful centennial celebration

    Monday, August 24, 2015 10:27
  • TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 OPENING FOR EVERETT PUBLIC SCHOOLS

    Friday, August 28, 2015 00:00
  • Saugus joins North Shore Workforce Investment Board

    Friday, August 21, 2015 00:00
  • Bull in a China Shop

    Friday, August 28, 2015 00:00
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A colorful centennial celebration

A colorful centennial celebration


A SPLASH OF COLOR: Revere celebrated its 100th birthday in color at Whelan Park this past week. The event was hosted by Mayor Dan Rizzo and the Parks & Recreation Department. Shown are Corrie Obeil with, from left, Kali Obeil, Caleigh Joyce, Ganna Chiodi,...

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Developers withdraw application to develop two multi-apartment buildings at former Shaw’s

The developers of a proposed two six-story apartment complex have withdrawn their application for a special permit without prejudice, according to a letter from representatives of TransDel Corporation and Gate Residential of Boston. The letter requested the withdrawing...

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High Expectations connects students to academic potential


HIGH EXPECTATIONS was founded by Attorney Lynn Leonard, who was born and raised in Malden. Throughout her 23-year legal career, Attorney Leonard served as an educational advocate for children and represented both students and teachers in civil rights matters....

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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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High Expectations connects students to academic potential

HIGH EXPECTATIONS was founded by Attorney Lynn Leonard, who was born and raised in Malden. Throughout her 23-year legal career, Attorney Leonard served as an educational advocate for children and represented both students and teachers in civil rights matters. She...

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Police look to quell number of vehicle break-ins

Although the number of vehicle break-ins has averaged close to 100 over the past three years, the Police Department is actively taking steps to bring the problem under control. According to police records, there have been 364 vehicle break-ins since 2012; 126...

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Selectmen show leniency in Show Cause hearing

The Board of Selectmen had the option of revoking China Buffet’s liquor license for selling alcohol at less than full price, however, the board voted unanimously to resolve the matter with a warning. The restaurant had been cited in May by Police Det. Sean Moynihan...

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Potential candidates for November election in Saugus

Candidates are lining up for this year’s municipal election in Saugus. Shown below are the potential candidates for selectmen and school committee races. Board of Selectmen MATTHEW CANTERBURY - Town Meeting member and chairman of the Library Board of Trustees SCOTT...

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