Archive for February, 2011

Lynn Little Leagues to Pay Tribute to Alice O’Neil

February 2, 2011
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Lynn Little Leagues to Pay Tribute to Alice O’Neil

It will be hats off to the late Alice O’Neil as Lynn Little League baseball and softball players will pay tribute to the long-time District 16 administrator by wearing her initials “AO” on their caps this season. The news of the local Little League organizations’ decision to honor O’Neil through this thoughtful season-long observance...
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Make’em Laugh- Rising Star Sal Votano will Host Comedy Contest at O’Brien’s Pub

February 2, 2011
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Make’em Laugh- Rising Star Sal Votano will Host Comedy Contest at O’Brien’s Pub

After walking around the block one day, Sal Votano told his wife Risa that he wanted to be a standup comic. “She started laughing at me and I got my first laugh,” recalled Votano. Audiences at comedy venues throughout New England have been laughing hard at Votano ever since. The Lynn native and former...
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City Suing Salem over Large Lowe’s

February 2, 2011
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City Suing Salem over Large Lowe’s

The Lynn City Council rose up in mightiness and sent a message to the city of Salem last week. In so many words, the council delivered this message to the city of Salem and its Planning Board: “Don’t tread on the city of Lynn.” By a 9-0 vote, the city council authorized a lawsuit...
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The Beauty and the Beast

February 2, 2011
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This winter’s snow storms have transformed the city. It has changed our habits, how we shop, where we expect to park, when we go out and who can come to visit. For retailers on Lewis Street and in the downtown, the heavy snow of January has caused business to stall just a bit. The...
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Applause for Police, Fire and Rescue

February 2, 2011
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The cave in of the roof in the off-the-Lynnway garage housing the city’s bus services caught two drivers under tons of snow and steel and cement last week. What might have been a deadly incident turned into a search and rescue mission, and then to a rescue mission only that had a very happy...
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Obituaries 01-02-2011

February 2, 2011
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Marie Brown Of Lynn, formerly of Revere Marie E. (Harrigan) Brown, formerly of Revere, died unexpectedly in Lynn on January 28. She was in her 82nd year. She was the wife of the late Joseph B. Brown; devoted mother of James L. Brown and his wife, Margaret M., Paul A. Brown and his significant...
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