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Obituaries 02-15-2011

February 15, 2011
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James Casiello Sr. Mohawk A.C. member James J. Casiello Sr. in Lynn, formerly of East Boston, died recently. A member of the Mohawk A.C., he was the beloved father of James J. Casiello Jr. of East Boston; dear brother of Carol Casiello of Lynn, Mildred Bickford of Saugus and the late John “Butch” Casiello....
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Local children conquer ‘The Princess Bride’

February 8, 2011
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Local children conquer ‘The Princess Bride’

What do you get when you mix together dastardly pirates, a mysterious man in black, and a gentle giant? An exciting theatrical experience starring children from Lynn and other North Shore communities. On Saturday, February 12th and Sunday, February 13th the North Shore Children’s Theatre’s (NSCT) will host a production of The Princess Bride...
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Face Time for Foss – St. Mary’s Goaltender featured in Sports Illustrated Magazine

February 8, 2011
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Face Time for Foss – St. Mary’s Goaltender featured in Sports Illustrated Magazine

St. Mary’s High School hockey goaltender Sarah Foss will be featured in this week’s “Faces in the Crowd” section ofSports Illustrated magazine. “Faces in the Crowd” recognizes superlative performances in amateur sports and Foss’s achievements for the undefeated Lady Spartans hockey team are certainly worthy of such recognition. A sophomore from North Reading, Foss...
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Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards

February 8, 2011
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Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards

Front row standing left to right: Steve Shea, New York Life -Rookie of the Year; Denise Dembkoski, Swampscott Town Treasurer & Tax Collector – Swampscott Town Pride Award; John Kasian, Office of Community Development –Lynn City Pride Award; Christine Pierce, Columbia Insurance Agency – Presidents Award; Steve Rima, McDonald’s – Multicultural Business Leadership Award...
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Lynn Planning Board Votes to Joins Lawsuit

February 8, 2011
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The Lynn Planning Board voted 4-0 to join the city council in a lawsuit against the city of Salem to stop a major shopping development on Highland Avenue near to the Lynn border. The lawsuit seeks to stop the development in its present form. Lynn officials, residents and homeowners in the area abutting the...
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Cheever will Attend St. Anselm College

February 8, 2011
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Lynn Classical senior Josh Cheever, a two-time Northeastern Conference All-Star football player, will attend St. Anselm College in New Hampshire. Cheever signed his national letter of intent last Wednesday. Cheever, who is 6-foot-2 and weighs 240 pounds, is projected as a defensive end or tight end for the St. Anselm football team that plays...
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Congratulations to Dr. Nick Sarantopoulos- Chamber’s Business Person of the Year

February 8, 2011
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Dr. Nick Sarantopoulos was voted the Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce Business Person of the Year at the organization’s 99th Annual Meeting and Business Excellence Awards dinner. As always, this is a wonderful honor, which was conferred on Dr. Sarantopoulos who is a very nice man and a man adept at business. In his...
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Obituaries 02-08-2011

February 8, 2011
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Joseph O’Neil, Sr. Worked for BPD Electrical Division Joseph F. O’Neil, Sr. of Dorchester, formerly of Charlestown, died on January 30. He was a retired member of the Teamsters Local 25, an employee of the City of Boston BPD Electrical Division, a  member of the Willis N. Penny A.L. Post 399 and James J....
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English Basketball Continues Soaring on North Shore

February 8, 2011
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There was some good news for the Lynn English boys basketball team this week as the MIAA announced the Division 1 North finals will be held at the TD Garden in Boston. This year’s Lynn English team, under the direction of head coach Buzzy Barton, certainly has a chance to get to the North...
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The Super Bowl

February 8, 2011
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For those of us who still can’t get over the Patriots losing to the Jets a few weeks back, the Super Bowl held very little real interest. Some of us really didn’t care whether Green Bay won or lost or if Pittsburgh won or lost. We wanted to see Tom Brady throwing out of...
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