• Everett,  June 29 2018

    Encore opens City Hall career office

    By The Advocate City and casino officials celebrated the opening of a new career office for Encore Boston Harbor at City Hall on Monday evening. The office, which is staffed by resort personnel (including Everett resident Rita Eliseo) during regular City Hall hours, will provide resources for residents looking to learn more about working at the resort. Visitors to the office will be able to identify and apply for current openings and have a preview of positions that will open in the months ahead, as well as being able to match their skills and experience to jobs and compare benefits. The office is located on the third floor of City…

  • December 29, 2017,  Everett

    DiDomenico Foundation delivers toys to Everett City Hall

    On Monday, December 11, State Senator Sal DiDomenico, Tricia DiDomenico and their two sons, Matthew and Sal, visited Everett City Hall to deliver toys for the City of Everett’s Annual Toy Drive. The DiDomenico Foundation and Mass Badge recently held a successful toy drive at Anthony’s in Malden. Mayor DeMaria stated, “I am grateful to the Senator, his family and Mass Badge. They continue to work cooperatively to provide wonderful services to residents, particularly during the holiday season. All of the toys collected will be donated to families and children in need throughout the City.”

  • December 22, 2017,  Everett

    DiDomenico Foundation delivers toys to Everett City Hall

    On Monday, December 11, State Senator Sal DiDomenico, Tricia DiDomenico and their two sons, Matthew and Sal, visited Everett City Hall to deliver toys for the City of Everett’s Annual Toy Drive. The DiDomenico Foundation and Mass Badge recently held a successful toy drive at Anthony’s in Malden. Mayor DeMaria stated, “I am grateful to the Senator, his family and Mass Badge. They continue to work cooperatively to provide wonderful services to residents, particularly during the holiday season. All of the toys collected will be donated to families and children in need throughout the City.”