• Everett,  Everett Sports,  May 4 2018,  Sports

    Everett Sports Stories

    Everett baseball coach looking for complete performance in games  By Julian Cardillo   Everett baseball coach Joe Lento was pleased with his team’s efforts against Swampscott, even though they were on the losing end of a 9-2 decision. The Crimson Tide are now 3-8 ahead of a game at Glendale Park on Monday afternoon against Beverly. “Offensively, I thought we put some good swings on the ball,” said Lento of his team’s performance against Swampscott – “We just had some hard-hit balls hit right at people, including for some double plays.” “Defensively, we played a strong game,” Lento added. “We made the routine plays we are supposed to make.” However,…

  • Malden,  May 4 2018

    Malden Public Schools Title 1 News

    As a family, keep the learning going By Janice Raymond   April vacation has come and gone. Where is the school year going! Now the schools are very busy with students taking Next Generation MCAS. Our schools have done a fabulous job preparing the children for this test. So, just make sure that your child eats a healthy breakfast, pack a healthy snack, and gets a good night’s sleep the night before the test. With that your child’s success is a strong possibility. What else can parents do at home to help their child? Help your child develop a love of reading? Take your child to the Malden Public Library…

  • May 4 2018,  Peabody

    Sounds of Peabody

    THE SOUNDS OF PEABODY   The Peabody Institute Library (82 Main St.) will be hosting the following events: Family LEGO Saturday will be held at 10:30 a.m. on May 5. Registration is required as space is limited. Books and Dominoes will be held at 10:30 a.m. on May 7 for children ages two to five. Registration is required as space is limited. Baby Story Time will be held at 10 a.m. on May 8 and May 22. The program will also be held at 10 a.m. at the South Branch Library (78 Lynn St.) on May 15 and May 29. Registration for the program is recommended, but not required. Toddler…

  • Everett,  May 4 2018

    Kiwanis to host first annual Bocce Tournament

    The Everett Kiwanis is happy to announce its first annual Bocce Tournament to sustain its scholarship fund for Everett High School students. Each year we try to give $10,000 for up to ten deserving Everett High scholars who plan to continue his or her education. Unfortunately, some years we have been unable to sustain this amount. So, let’s mix some business with pleasure and build this fund permanently! On Saturday, June 9, 2018 we are holding a Kiwanis Bocce Tournament at the Italian-American Club at 121 Pearl St., Malden, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Twelve four-member teams will compete for a first place prize of $750, and a second…

  • May 4 2018,  Revere

    St. Mary’s High School Honor Roll & Principal’s List

    St. Mary’s High School Honor Roll & Principal’s List   Term 3 Honor Roll   St. Mary’s High School in Lynn announces its Honor Roll and Principal’s List for the third quarter of the 2017-18 academic year. Honor Roll students must achieve an 85 or above in all classes. Students earning Principal’s List status must achieve 90 or above in all classes. The following students have achieved these honors:   Revere Honor Roll Nicolette D’Itria, Jesse D’Orsi, Pamela Gonzalez, Ashley McGrath, Isabella Othmer, Nicholas Napolitano, Samantha Porazinski, Eduardo Toranzo, Grace Zimmerman   Principal’s List Dominic Amore, Anthony D’Itria, Grace Fielding, Marina Gandolfo, Maia Kalis, Christopher Lutchman, Gina Palermo, Christina Puleo…

  • Everett,  May 4 2018

    Pioneer Charter School opens Summer St. location

    Pioneer Charter School opens Summer St. location Pioneer Charter School celebrated the opening of their new campus in the former telecom building on Plymouth Street Everett Village Monday morning. The completely renovated space will eventually house the charter’s k-8 grade students, who are now spread out among multiple facilities in Everett and Saugus. Currently, students in the kindergarten through fourth grades are attending classes in the new facility. The remaining four grades will move to new campus by August, bringing the school’s population up to 300 students. The current Summer Street location near Broadway will continue to house the charter’s high school grade students.

  • Everett,  May 4 2018

    Mayors, county leaders urge Trump Administration to extend TPS to Hondurans

    Mayors, county leaders urge Trump Administration to extend TPS to Hondurans Cities for Action leaders issue letter to Departments of Homeland Security and State in support   In anticipation of the Department of Homeland Security’s decision on Honduran Temporary Protected Status (TPS), Mayor Carlo DeMaria and 25 mayors and county executives issued a letter to Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen and Secretary of State Michael Pompeo urging them to extend Honduras’s TPS designation for a full 18 months. An estimated 57,000 Honduran TPS recipients have resided in the United States since 1998 – they own homes, raise U.S. citizen children, contribute to local economies and have deep roots in…

  • Malden,  May 4 2018

    Malden Reads News

    Malden Reads News   Malden Reads hosts a Conversation on Race on Thursday, May 10   As part of this year’s “One City, One Book” program, Malden Reads will host a Conversation on Race using the 2018 book selection, “The Hate U Give” by Angie Thomas, as a springboard for discussion, and incorporating insights from the Boston Globe Spotlight Series (“Boston. Racism. Image. Reality.” – bostonglobe.com/race). The event will take place on Thursday, May 10 at 7:00 p.m. at the Linden School auditorium in Malden. (Please note that the venue has changed from the Beebe School due to another event needing the same parking lot that night.) The event’s prestigious…