Category: Editorials

Radiation

Radiation from the Japanese nuclear reactors has already been detected in the rain falling over New England. We are told there is nothing whatsoever to worry about. Can we believe such statements? Is there nothing whatsoever to worry about if…

The News is Explosive

Unless you’re living in a cave or have your head buried in the sand, it has been impossible to avoid the gaggle of breaking news that has caused so many of us to become transfixed by it. The Japanese tragedy…

Captain James Henry

It is hard for those of us who work in the private sector to understand fully what it means to have spent 28 years of your professional work life with the Everett Police Department. In fact, spending 28 years with…

Charter Review

The city’s effort at Charter Review has come a long way since the Charter Commission was officially put into place. The Commission is made up of a wide variety of residents, all of whom have done a great job. Many,…

The Enrollment Reality

The Everett Public School population has grown by 1,000 students since 2006. The outlook for the future is showing that the school system will likely grow by greater numbers in the decade to come. In fact, the growth rate is…

John Tamboli

John Tamboli’s death at 47 is a great loss for his family and friends. He died last week following a valiant battle against cancer. He was a very happy man, who loved his life and family and so to bury…