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New Brewery Files to Open on Revere Beach Parkway

November 2, 2018
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A new brewery has filed to open its doors on the Parkway, with the owners saying they would like to be permitted and open by March. BearMoose Brewing is looking to occupy the rear portion of 1934 Parkway, a building that currently houses a psychic and a used car lot. It would be one...
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Everett Teacher to Run New York Marathon for Holocaust Survivors

November 2, 2018
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When Everett special education teacher Joshua Gorelick isn’t preparing lessons or engaging with students, he’s lacing up his sneakers for a run. This weekend, on Nov. 4, he’s going to go for a 26.2-mile run in New York City – and he’s doing it to benefit Holocaust survivors. Gorelick, who is teaching in his...
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Parlin K-8 School Benefitting from Consistency, New Leadership

October 26, 2018
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Parlin K-8 School Benefitting from Consistency, New Leadership

One month after Supt. Fred Foresteire made major changes at the Parlin K-8 School, new Principal Michelle Crowell said the school culture and teacher supports have drastically changed in just a short period of time. “I am so pleased with what’s gone on at the Parlin School over the past month,” she said. “We...
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Mayor DeMaria: Stop the Scare Tactics with School Funding Issues

October 26, 2018
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria – after having been silent for several months on the school funding issue – said on Tuesday morning that the School Department and their allies need to stop the attacks on him, and stop spreading misinformation about budgetary issues – including the recent $2.5 million state appropriation now in flux. “They...
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City Happy with Three Proposals for Everett Square Parking Lot

October 26, 2018
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The City has received three proposals for mixed-use redevelopments of the Everett Square municipal parking lot, and will analyze all three in the coming months. Planning Director Tony Sousa said after a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) went out this summer, they had three companies submit proposals for the 1.5-acre lot between Sacro Plaza and...
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Encore Boston Harbor Getting Started on Critical Bike Path Connection

October 26, 2018
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Encore Boston Harbor crews have moved in the last two weeks to being work on a critical piece of the Northern Strand Community Path – a section that will link the Village in Everett to the waterfront and beyond. “We have started work and are going through a continuous process to get final approvals...
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City Leaders Sound Off on Council Change to Home Inspections

October 26, 2018
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In the wake of a major change by the City Council on Monday night to the apartment inspection ordinance, City Hall leaders and Fire Chief Tony Carli are sounding the alarm concerning the safety of residents. “It’s been a total success for us since it was implemented,” said Fire Chief Tony Carli on Tuesday....
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City Council to Examine Whether or Not to Defer Capital Improvement Plan

October 17, 2018
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Several City Councilors are seriously contemplating whether or not to forego this year’s $9.38 million Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) until next year when finances are expected to be more solid due to the first payment from the casino in June 2019. Councilor Leo McKinnon’s Ways & Means Committee met on Monday night at City...
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City, Encore Boston Harbor Considering Employee Parking at GE Site

October 17, 2018
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Though it’s a plan in its infancy, many eyebrows have been raised as the City and Encore Boston Harbor are looking to potentially site 630 employee parking spaces on a temporary basis next to the new Freightliner business at the GE site off of Air Force Road. The plan just came to light this...
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Another Self-Storage Approved for the Parkway at Mark’s Discount

October 17, 2018
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After one self-storage project on the Parkway made its way firmly under the skin of Mayor Carlo DeMaria and City Planners, a second self-storage on the Parkway has been approved by the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) for the Mark’s Discount building, or the former Eagle Shoe factory. The building is owned by Mai...
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