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  • North Shore Black Women’s Association’s 22nd Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Luncheon

    Friday, January 23, 2015 21:14
  • Parents petition archdiocese to reconsider Immaculate Conception resignations

    Friday, January 23, 2015 21:44
  • EHS senior honored with Zion church Ministries’ 11th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. scholarship

    Friday, January 23, 2015 20:45
  • Kelly’s Roast Beef celebrates 21st year serving Saugus and the North Shore

    Friday, January 23, 2015 22:08
  • Tufts University keeps wood&metal shop dreams alive at MHS

    Friday, January 23, 2015 21:12
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Parents petition archdiocese to reconsider Immaculate Conception resignations

Parents petition archdiocese to reconsider Immaculate Conception resignations


Police found no “malicious intent”; parents seek meeting with Cardinal O’Malley As the dust settles and the facts of the case come into focus, a group of parents of Immaculate Conception students have asked Cardinal Seán Patrick O’Malley to re-examine...

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Sheriff Tompkins joins MBA Panel examining Substance Abuse Addiction Recovery

Sheriff Tompkins joins MBA Panel examining Substance Abuse Addiction Recovery


Suffolk County Sheriff Steven W. Tompkins recently served on a panel hosted by the Massachusetts Bar Association (MBA) and their Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program which focused on, “Substance Use, Abuse, and Addiction in District Court: Strategies...

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International manhunt leads to capture of alleged murderer of Army vet

International manhunt leads to capture of alleged murderer of Army vet


Victim was U.S. Army sniper who served in both Iraq and Afghanistan A Salem man wanted for the alleged homicide of a U.S. Army veteran from Revere was taken into custody on Thursday, Jan. 15, in the Dominican Republic. Peter Castillo, 26, was wanted for...

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EHS senior honored with Zion church Ministries’ 11th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. scholarship

EHS senior honored with Zion church Ministries’ 11th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. scholarship


Zion Church Ministries, an Everett institution for 120 years, presented a scholarship to a standout member of this year’s graduating class at Everett High School during its 11th annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Scholarship Breakfast Monday. The...

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Senator DiDomenico Congratulates Secretary Ash

Senator DiDomenico Congratulates Secretary Ash


Senator Sal DiDomenico congratulated Jay Ash on his appointment by Governor Baker to become the new Secretary of Housing and Economic Development. Senator DiDomenico and Jay Ash have been friends for many years and worked together when Ash was the City...

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Senator Sal DiDomenico Sworn into Office

Senator Sal DiDomenico Sworn into Office


Senator Sal DiDomenico was once again sworn into the Massachusetts State Senate on January 7. Governor Patrick gave the oath to the Senators in the historic Senate Chamber. DiDomenico joined his colleagues to elect Stan Rosenberg as the next Senate President...

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North Shore Black Women’s Association’s 22nd Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Luncheon

North Shore Black Women’s Association’s 22nd Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Luncheon


Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable ... Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals. — Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Issues...

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Tufts University keeps wood&metal shop dreams alive at MHS

Tufts University keeps wood&metal shop dreams alive at MHS


These days, whenever you read about high school woodworking classes, it’s almost always in the context of the program being cancelled due to budget cuts. So this story, about Malden High’s Makerspace program, ‘Nedlam’s Workshop,’ is a welcome...

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Malden Reads representatives visit the city council

Malden Reads representatives visit the city council


Six representatives from the popular community reading program Malden Reads attended Tuesday night’s City Council meeting to discuss their 2015 “One City One Book” program. Now in its fifth year, the program is organized by community groups, city...

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Kelly’s Roast Beef celebrates 21st year serving Saugus and the North Shore

Kelly’s Roast Beef celebrates 21st year serving Saugus and the North Shore


Kelly’s Roast Beef & Seafood General Manager Artie Perrin (center), has been employed by the world famous restaurant company since 1980 and has been on the management staff for the past 15 years. Meghan Reidy has been a manager for the past nine years...

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Saugus crash damages Riverside Cemetery wall

Saugus crash damages Riverside Cemetery wall


Icy weather means car accidents, and Saugus had its share of them this week. Early Monday morning, an icy patch on Winter Street caused a car to flip over and hit the stone fence at the Riverside Cemetery. Driver Egor Zvontsov, 53, of Winthrop, was unhurt...

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Mary J. Shea Foundation donates $1,000 to new Saugus softball field

Mary J. Shea Foundation donates $1,000 to new Saugus softball field


The Mary J. Shea Foundation recently donated $500 to the new softball field that is being built at the Belmonte Middle School. Timothy Shea, president of the Foundation, matched this by donating another $500. The Foundation is named after Mary J. Shea,...

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