• June 22 2018,  Lynnfield

    Taste of MarketStreet to return Sunday, June 24

    MarketStreet Lynnfield is pleased to announce the return of its popular culinary event, Taste of MarketStreet. Guests can sip, sample and stroll while enjoying live music, raffles, giveaways and more on Sunday, June 24 from 5-7 p.m. The event will take place on The Green and will feature beers for sale from the award-winning Night Shift Brewing. Bites from standout restaurants at MarketStreet Lynnfield will be served: Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse, Fugakyu, Kings Dining & Entertainment, Legal C Bar, Wahlburgers,Temazcal Tequila Cantina and Muse Paintbar, to name a few. “Taste of MarketStreet is one of our favorite events of the year; it’s an opportunity to showcase our incredible collection of…

  • June 22 2018,  Malden

    Holocaust Remembrance Day – Yom HaShoah – Rededication to Resiliency

    Mayor Gary Christenson was honored to take part in this year’s Holocaust Remembrance Day – Yom HaShoah – an annual observation that takes place around the world to honor the memory of the six million Jews who were murdered during the Holocaust. This year’s theme, “Rededication to Resiliency,” reflects the refurbishment of the glass panels of The New England Holocaust Memorial that were vandalized last summer. Also highlighted was the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht, known as the “Night of Broken Glass,” which was the orchestrated campaign preceding World War II to wreak havoc with anti-Jewish rioting and violence with the intent of eliminating entire Jewish communities. Mayor Gary Christenson; Boston…

  • June 22 2018,  Saugus

    The Advocate Asks: Planning Board Chair Peter A. Rossetti, Jr. discusses Saugus’s future and improving Route 1

    THE ADVOCATE ASKS: Planning Board Chair Peter A. Rossetti, Jr. discusses Saugus’s future and improving Route 1     Editor’s Note: For this week, we sat down with Saugus native and longtime Town Meeting Member Peter A. Rossetti, Jr., who has been on numerous local government bodies and chairs the Planning Board. We asked him what impact major development projects will have on Route 1 and the town’s overall fiscal health. In addition to his 40 years on Town Meeting, he has served 20 years on the Board of Appeals, been a longtime member of the Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational Technical High School Committee, been a selectman and served on many…

  • June 22 2018,  Revere

    Revere Girl Scout Troop 68132 hosts bake sale for homeless dogs at Ocean View Kennel

    Revere Girl Scout Troop 68132 hosts bake sale for homeless dogs at Ocean View Kennel Last Saturday morning the Revere Girl Scouts took it upon themselves to help Ocean View Kennel and the homeless dogs that are living there. It’s apparent that it takes money to keep these dogs safe, warm and fed. Thanks to the citizens of Revere, the money raised went directly to the kennel. Cupcakes, pastry and lots of other sweets were available to be purchased in the name of helping defenseless dogs.   (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

  • June 22 2018,  Lynnfield,  Peabody,  Wakefield

    Wakefield Farmers Market June 30 Market Day News

    The Wakefield Farmers Market brings local farm fare, specialty foods, and artisan products to Hall Park (next to Veterans Field, GPS 468 North Ave Wakefield MA) each Saturday through October 13, 2018. Featuring live music, a balloon magician, and cooking demos most weeks, and a Kid’s Activity Tent stocked with drawing materials, plus hula hoops, jump ropes, and sidewalk chalk, and special events throughout the season, it’s a great place to shop, have a picnic, play, or just hang out on the shore of Lake Quannapowitt. Our June 30 market day will feature music by Eddie Dee, who knows all the songs you know and love, no matter what your…

  • June 22 2018,  Revere

    Cruiser Convoy Special Olympics

    Cruiser Convoy Special Olympics On June 9, the Revere Police participated in the Cruiser Convoy as part of the 2018 Special Olympics Summer Games. Officer Jorge  Romero and Officer Brenda  Galvez participated with 215 other police cruisers from across the state. They drove to the Special Olympics games held at Harvard stadium. The Officers then gave out awards and mingled with the participants.

  • June 22 2018,  Malden

    Weather couldn’t stop Malden Kiwanis’ 3rd Annual Bubbles and Books

      On June 2nd the Kiwanis Club of Malden, in collaboration with Malden Reads, hosted our 3rd Annual Bubbles and Books Event.  Both Mystic Valley Charter School and Malden High School Key Clubs volunteered at the event along with members of the Greater Boston Young Professionals Kiwanis Club. Even with the threatening weather the event was a huge success drawing over 300 people, families who represented well our wonderful diversity in Malden Over 3000 used children’s books were distributed to Malden Families along with 500 beautiful colorful bookmarks made by Past President Virginia Moro.  Lindsay and her Puppet Pals entertained the children with life-size puppets and James Dichter created his…

  • Everett,  June 22 2018

    City holds spectacular grand re-opening of Swan Street Park

      On Saturday, June 16, Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the City of Everett held an impressive grand re-opening of Swan Street Park with over 500 residents in attendance. This project began in the spring of 2017 and is now a state-of-art facility that will make every resident proud. “Together we are making our City a better place to live, work and play,” stated Mayor DeMaria. “By building a strong community foundation, we will know not only what Everett was, but also everything it can be.” The renovation project included the playground, splash pad, picnic tables, playing turf and independent pedestrian lighting that illuminates areas of the park, such as the…

  • Everett,  June 22 2018

    Suffolk poll shows overall plurality of support for Encore

    Women less likely than men to support project By Brendan Clogston   A Suffolk University poll suggests that a plurality of Massachusetts voters want to see Wynn Resorts remain the operator of the Everett casino despite broad awareness of the allegations of sexual misconduct against founder Steve Wynn. That same poll, however, shows Massachusetts women are far less likely to support the casino than men. The Suffolk University Political Research Center released a poll of 500 likely midterm voters last week, with most of the questions related to the midterm elections and statewide ballot questions. A few questions, however, were about Encore Boston Harbor and the scandal that embroiled its…