Author: Independent Staff

ExxonMobil honors the Crimson Tide

ExxonMobil has made a generous donation to Everett High School (EHS) to help honor the Crimson Tide football team for its undefeated season and Division 1 Super Bowl championship. ExxonMobil Pipeline Company Administrator Mary Martel and Terminal Supervisor Damian Guzman…

Fit for a king

Customers are already starting to become regulars at the Little Castle Café, a brand new restaurant that co-owners Hassan Chouiakh and Billy Kottat opened in September at 41 Bow St., off of Route 99 in Everett. The reasons for the…

No winners in this fight

Four members of the Board of Aldermen picked the wrong time and place to draw the line in the sand when they voted down on Monday night the transfer of $4 million from the Stabilization Account to give immediate tax…

Meeting the challenge

Unbeknownst to most Everett residents, the Everett Police Department’s “Swat Team” or “Special Unit” is a small, well trained, swift response, special operations unit capable of responding to acts of terrorism, hostage taking situations or events that have the capacity…

Obituaries 12-16-2010

Patricia Ann Tourigney Of California, formerly of Everett Patricia Ann Tourigney, a nine year resident of Sun City Palm Desert, California, died at Eisenhower Medical Center on Tuesday, November 30 following an eight month battle with complications following April surgery.…

Police Blotter 12-16-2010

Monday, December 6 Wagner Deaguiar, 25, 4 Evergreen Ave., Somerville, was arrested for being disorderly person. Maximiano Neto, 41, 25 Wellington Ave., Everett, was arrested for being disorderly person, resisting arrest. Wednesday, December 8 Keith Farrell, 23, 83 Fowler St.,…

Aldermen say no

We believe it is disappointing that the Board of Alderman failed to endorse the Common Council’s motion giving the city’s commercial  and residential property owners a badly needed break. By failing to approve the transfer of $4 million of city…

Carlo DeMaria’s Everett

Mayor Carlo DeMaria has performed a bit of magic during his terms in office. The contentiousness at city hall that was so much a part of the city’s political persona in years past appears to have vanished. Perhaps this is…