Archive for December, 2010

Team player

December 14, 2010
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Team player

Moccia selected Globe Division 3 Player of the Year Kristin Moccia had a tough decision to make the night of the St. Mary’s High School girls soccer banquet. Moccia had been selected as the Eastern Mass. Coaches Association Division 3 Player of the Year and the All-Star Game was being held at the same...
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Kennedy nears anniversary

December 14, 2010
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Kennedy nears anniversary

In the one year Mayor Judith Flanagan-Kennedy has served, city hall remains essentially the same as does the tax rate and the general outlook. What has changed is more a matter of style than anything else. Flanagan-Kennedy is a very different type of person from the man she replaced, former mayor Chip Clancy. And...
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Looking at entertainment

December 14, 2010
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Kenny Rogers is coming to Lynn Kenny Rogers is coming to the Lynn Auditorium December 18. For the record, he is not a tenor – neither is Julio Iglesias, who appeared at the auditorium two weeks ago. In a story last week that I wrote I somehow got it in my mind that Julio...
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Fisher hoop teams feel right at home at Fecteau-Leary

December 14, 2010
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Lynn has a college basketball program it can call its own. The Fisher College men’s and women’s basketball teams are playing their home games at the Fecteau-Leary School gymnasium, former home of Lynn Classical High School. Anthony Perry, sports information director at Fisher College, said the athletic program started its association with Lynn last...
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Charter school, again

December 14, 2010
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The charter school argument for those from this city includes almost none of our elected public officials. That tells you something right there. Senator Thomas McGee won’t step up to plate and hasn’t. Representative Steve Walsh was against a charter school in this city last year but has apparently taken the posture that he...
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Obituaries 12-14-2010

December 14, 2010
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Salvatore ‘Sully’ Michael Bellino Unit helped free Dachau Concentration Camp Prisoners in World War II Salvatore “Sully” Michael Bellino, a 40 year resident of Swampscott, died December 5 at the Jewish Rehabilitation Center in Swampscott. He was 96 years old. The husband of the late Phyllis (Beatrice) Bellino, he was born in Chelsea on...
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Iglesias appears in Lynn over the weekend

December 6, 2010
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Iglesias appears in Lynn over the weekend

When he walked onto the stage Sunday evening, many in the large crowd awaiting his performance gasped. After all, here was one of the world’s greatest tenors ever on the stage in front of them in Lynn. However, it was not the Julio Iglesias of the 1980’s and 1990’s that performed on the stage...
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A Christmas Carol at Lynn Museum & Historical Society

December 6, 2010
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A Christmas Carol at Lynn Museum & Historical Society

The Delvena Theatre Company will present a dramatic reading of A Christmas Carol at the Lynn Museum & Historical Society, at Lynn Heritage State Park, 590 Washington Street, Lynn, on Thursday, December 16, at 7:00 PM. Watch in fascination as Marley comes back from the dead to help Scrooge amend his miserly ways here...
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Anti-charter school stance and for what and why?

December 6, 2010
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Anti-charter school stance and for what and why?

Recently at English High School, a student with a weapon brought about six police cars and officers to the school for what was almost a lockdown. When all was said and done, a pellet gun was confiscated from the student. The student was expelled. The pellet gun incident last week, added to a number...
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Fila will serve as Mayor’s educational liaison

December 6, 2010
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Former Lynn English Principal Andrew Fila said he’s looking forward to starting in his new part-time position as an educational liaison between the office of Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy and the Lynn School Department. Fila retired as principal on Nov. 5 after a distinguished career that included 39 years of service as an administrator...
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