• Everett,  July 20 2018

    Everett Bank donates gift cards to Whittier School eighth-graders

    Everett Bank last week made a generous donation of Staples gift cards to the eighth-grade graduates of the Sumner G. Whittier School. Seated, from left, are bank officials Kristen Guevara and Patti Frati. Standing, from left: Assistant Superintendent of Schools Charles Obremski, Whittier Schoolteacher Andrea Del Gaizo, Assistant Superintendent of Schools Kevin Shaw, Whittier School Assistant Principal Nancy Sutera, Barbara Novaes of Everett Bank, Whittier School Principal David Brady, Everett Bank President Marjorie White and Superintendent of Schools Frederick Foresteire. In the second photo, from left, are Everett Bank Tellers Kim Avery, Nicole Ginepra, Mary Boever, Franco Acierno, Patti Frati and Johnlyne Faucher.  

  • Everett,  July 13 2018

    Everett Bank donates gift cards to Whittier School eighth-graders

    Everett Bank last week made a generous donation of Staples gift cards to the eighth-grade graduates of the Sumner G. Whittier School. Seated, from left, are bank officials Kristen Guevara and Patti Frati. Standing, from left: Assistant Superintendent of Schools Charles Obremski, Whittier Schoolteacher Andrea Del Gaizo, Assistant Superintendent of Schools Kevin Shaw, Whittier School Assistant Principal Nancy Sutera, Barbara Novaes of Everett Bank, Whittier School Principal David Brady, Everett Bank President Marjorie White and Superintendent of Schools Frederick Foresteire. In the second photo, from left, are Everett Bank Tellers Kim Avery, Nicole Ginepra, Mary Boever, Franco Acierno, Patti Frati and Johnlyne Faucher.

  • Everett,  June 29 2018

    AG Healey speaks with Whittier students on substance abuse

    AG Healey speaks with Whittier students on substance abuse Attorney General Maura Healey joined Whittier middle school students and teachers Wednesday for a roundtable discussion highlighting the use of Project Here, a public-private collaboration led by the AG’s Office and the GE Foundation that is tackling a significant unmet need in the state’s battle against the ongoing opioid crisis. Healey’s visit followed a lawsuit the AG filed against the opioid manufacturer Purdue Pharma Inc., its executives and board members for misleading prescribers and consumers about the addiction risks of their opioids.