Archive for November, 2018

Halloween Party

November 7, 2018
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Halloween Party

Autumn Leonard took in the Halloween festivities on Wednesday, Oct. 31, at the Gentile Rec Center for the City’s annual Halloween Party. Hundreds of kids and their families showed up in costume to revel in the fun.
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Election Day

November 7, 2018
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Election Day

Mayor Carlo DeMaria and his wife, Stacy DeMaria, cast their votes at the Whittier Place polling station on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 6. Thousands braved the cold, rainy conditions to cast their ballots on Tuesday.
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Central Catholic Upsets Everett in North Semifinals:Mazzie’s Field Goal Helps Red Raiders Earn 23-20 Victory

November 7, 2018
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Central Catholic Upsets Everett in North Semifinals:Mazzie’s Field Goal Helps Red Raiders Earn 23-20 Victory

When the Everett High School football team scored 20 unanswered points in the first half of its Division 1 North semifinal against Central Catholic, most Crimson Tide fans likely thought their team was heading to another post-season victory and a step closer to the Super Bowl. But Central Catholic scored touchdowns late in the...
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Approved:Little Drama as $2.5 Million in School Funds Move Forward

November 7, 2018
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Thursday night’s School Finance Review Committee had the makings of a showdown, but ended up being closer to a lovefest. Going into the meeting, many believed the discussion over $2.5 million in supplemental money would be one of the hottest topics of the year. It had already stoked quite a bit of consternation between...
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Alford Street Bridge Change Order Cost State, Boston Millions

November 7, 2018
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The state Department of Transportation (MassDOT) and the City of Boston have revealed this week that the unexpected, extended construction on the Alford Street Bridge this fall was the result of an approval in 2012 that allowed a less stable bridge decking to be installed in place of more stable materials – materials that...
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Got It Covered:Prolific Piorun Makes Hats by the Hundreds

November 7, 2018
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Mary Piorun is on a mission to make sure every head is warm this winter. Piorun, 97, has been legally blind for several years now, but it hasn’t stopped her from knitting more than 500 winter hats for children, the homeless, those in hospitals, her friends at the Connolly Center, and just about anyone...
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Everett Police Charge Juvenile with Attempted Murder

November 7, 2018
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The Everett Police Department has charged a 16-year-old juvenile residing in Everett with Kidnapping, Assault with Intent to Murder and Assault with a Dangerous Weapon in connection with an incident last week. The victim in the matter suffered non-life threatening injuries, was treated and is recovering. According to Police Chief Steven A. Mazzie, the...
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Village Neighbors Still Riled Over Pioneer Charter Traffic

November 7, 2018
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Neighbors in the Village are still experiencing problems with traffic at the new and expanded Pioneer Charter School, and Councilor Michael McLaughlin said he plans to put an item on the Council agenda Nov. 13 to bring the building owner before them. Pioneer opened half of their building last school year at their new...
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Industrial to Residential a Tough Change for Some, Not Others, in Commercial Triangle

November 7, 2018
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As the City settles in its new zoning package for the Commercial Triangle, a debate among development professionals is underway as to whether the long-reviled industrial area can actually become the visionary village the City believes it can. At the moment, the City is implementing zoning for the Triangle that pushes residential, office and...
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Mystic Boat Tour Highlights Possibilities for the Waterfront

November 7, 2018
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The Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA) held a boat tour of the Mystic River waterfront recently to highlight the vulnerability of many of the properties, but also to get a view of what kinds of opportunities exist for the forgotten shorelines in Everett, Charlestown and Chelsea. The boat tour took off from the Charlestown...
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