Author: Independent Staff

Pothole Crushers

Great efforts have been made by the administration to fill the hundreds of potholes, which have been causing drivers so much havoc and their automobiles so many costly repairs. Great progress has been made but the effort must continue and…

Sports 02-23-2011

Duperier, Dowe qualify for All State track meet; girls set EHS mark in 4 x 200 Everett High indoor tracksters Peter Duperier and Dexter Dowe turned in superlative performances Friday at the Division 1 Meet held at the Reggie Lewis…

Obituaries 02-23-2011

Grace Galloway 16-Year Whidden Hospital Volunteer Grace E. Galloway of Methuen, formerly a long time resident of Everett and Newton Centre, died on February 19. A former Bank of Boston telecommunications department employee and a proud Whidden Hospital volunteer for…

Two for the Tide

Kenny Calaj of the Everett High basketball team fl oats down the lane for a two-pointer in the Crimson Tide’s game against Salem. Everett fell to the Witches, 70-63. Kenny Calaj of the Everett High basketball team fl oats down…

A Free Ride for the Mayor?

The coming citywide election isn’t all about money. If it were, Mayor Carlo DeMaria would be the winner. As reported last week, DeMaria’s war chest stands at the $100,000 level. No one wanting to be the mayor of Everett is…

Tossing a 3 – Pointer

The Eagle Bank last week made a donation that will allow 6th, 7th and 8th grade teams to play in the North Suburban Youth Basketball League. This $3,500 donation allowing so many of this city’s talented youths to play basketball…