• December 15, 2017,  Lynnfield Obituaries,  Obituaries

    Paul A. Snow, Jr. – Obituary

    Paul A. Snow, Jr. Of Lynnfield, Dec. 1st. Beloved husband of the late Donna (Barry). Father of Melissa Snow of Lynn and Kimberley and her husband Tom O’Brien of VT. Brother of Gloria Davis of Methuen and June. Grandfather of Eleanor O’Brien. Paul is also survived by his nephew John and nieces Jennifer, Karen and Donna. Funeral Service was held at the Cota Funeral Home, North Reading on Saturday, Dec. 9. Interment at Puritan Lawn Memorial Park, Peabody.

  • December 15, 2017,  Lynnfield Obituaries,  Obituaries

    Robert P. Saladino – Obituary

    Robert P. Saladino Of New York City, NY, age 57, Nov. 20, 2017, formerly of Lynnfield, son of Natalie P. (Cerasoli) Saladino of North Reading and the late Robert C. Saladino; brother of Susan Beardsley of Essex, uncle of Hannah, John, Jennifer and Bobby Beardsley all of Essex. His funeral services were private. Arrangements by the Campbell Funeral Home, 525 Cabot Street, Beverly. Online condolences at www.campbellfuneral.com.

  • December 15, 2017,  Lynnfield Obituaries,  Obituaries

    Marion G. (Peterkin) Edkins

    Marion G. (Peterkin) Edkins Of Peabody, formerly of Lynnfield, Dec. 4. Beloved wife of the late Michael Mosko & Denis P. Edkins. Stepmother of Simon P. Edkins of PA, Guy M. Edkins of Lynnfield & the late Christopher W. Edkins. Aunt of Wayne Mosko & the late Andy Mosko. A Graveside Service was held at the Pine Grove Cemetery, Boston St., Lynn on Friday Dec. 8 at 11:00. Relatives & friends invited to attend. For obit/guestbook,

  • December 8, 2017,  Revere

    Morabito wants police presence at City Council’s public hearings

    By Sara Brown Councillor-at- Large Steve Morabito wants a police detail at the City Council meetings but only during public hearings. At the Dec. 4 City Council meeting, Morabito presented a motion requesting a police officer present for future public hearings to ensure safety. “Lately, sometimes at the council meeting, we get a little heated,” he said. “It is important to have a police presence to bring calm to the room.” He also said it might make residents more comfortable speaking their mind having the police there. “At least they know there is some type of security here,” he said. However, the rest his colleagues disagreed with the motion. “I rather see the police officer out…