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  • Annual Taste of Malden

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  • Ground broken for Everett’s first hotel

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  • An interview with Robert Favuzza on his 16th Boston Marathon run

    Friday, April 15, 2016 21:57
  • If the road’s not broke, fix it

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Revere news

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MOM’s rolls in Revere

MOM’s rolls in Revere


RIDIN’ IN STYLE: Mayor Brian Arrigo (right) sits inside the cockpit of the new Polaris Slingshot with MOM’S Boston owner Joel Wheeler during the new dealership’s ribbon-cutting event on Saturday. See page. (Advocate photo by JD Mitchell)  

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Rizzo leads in Revere, falls short district-wide against Boncore in senate race

Rizzo leads in Revere, falls short district-wide against Boncore in senate race


Winthrop Housing Authority member Joseph Boncore overcame a crowded seven-person field in Tuesday’s special election primary to fill Anthony Petruccelli’s First Suffolk and Middlesex District Senate Seat, edging-out former Revere Mayor Dan Rizzo by a...

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Motorcycles of Manchester Boston Grand Opening

Motorcycles of Manchester Boston Grand Opening


GRAND OPENING: Mayor Brian Arrigo and MOM’S (Motorcycles of Manchester) Boston owner Joel Wheeler are pictured with city officials and MOM’s employees during the new dealership’s ribbon-cutting event on Saturday. The brand new Broadway motorcycle dealership...

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Ground broken for Everett’s first hotel

Ground broken for Everett’s first hotel


Mayor DeMaria: “It’s Everett’s time” When the Wynn Resorts project was sold to the residents of Everett, it was framed not as a project so much as a catalyst for new development in the working class suburb. At the most modest and concrete, it was...

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Council recognizes Phil Antonelli for being named Boston Globe “Coach of the Year”

Council recognizes Phil Antonelli for being named Boston Globe “Coach of the Year”


Everett resident and Assistant Coach of the Malden Catholic Hockey Team Phil Antonelli (holding citation) was recognized by the Everett City Council at Monday night’s meeting at city hall for his being named Coach of the Year in Division 1 Hockey by The...

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Adams School Students of the Month

Adams School Students of the Month


The Adams School has named its March Students of the Month. Students are chosen for a variety of reasons, including attendance, attitude, friendliness, service, leadership, cooperation and integrity.  

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Annual Taste of Malden

Annual Taste of Malden

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If the road’s not broke, fix it

The City Council unanimously approved spending a $2 million Water and Sewer Enterprise Fund surplus to repair seven streets even though not all of the scheduled work may be necessary. Councillors decided to move ahead with the first seven of 16 streets which have...

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Residents rally to save First Church of Malden

Residents rally to save First Church of Malden


A group of Malden residents are mounting an eleventh-hour campaign to save the First Church on Pleasant Street which is slated for demolition this summer. Concerned citizens, preservationists and historians have launched an online petition asking Gov....

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An interview with Robert Favuzza on his 16th Boston Marathon run

An interview with Robert Favuzza on his 16th Boston Marathon run


~ THE ADVOCATE ASKS ~Editor’s Note: For this week’s interview, we asked State Police Capt. Robert J. Favuzza about his passion as he prepares for his 16th Boston Marathon on Monday. Favuzza, 51, a Saugus native, is a 1982 graduate of Malden Catholic High...

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Crowd clamors for ash landfill’s closure

Crowd clamors for ash landfill’s closure


Wheelabrator doesn’t get chance to correct “misconception”
Jim Connolly, Wheelabrator’s vice president of Environmental Health & Safety, came to the Saugus Public Library Monday night, hoping to brief the Board of Health on a recent state Department...

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Selectmen seek Rep’s stance on Wheelabrator

Selectmen seek Rep’s stance on Wheelabrator


Wong maintains he’s keeping “an open mind” on landfill closure issue Selectmen say they are concerned that Rep. Donald H. Wong hasn’t taken a definitive stand on state legislation that would ban future expansion of the ash landfill at Wheelabrator...

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