Archive for March, 2011

Lynn English Latin Club to Perform ‘Medea’ March 11 and 12

March 8, 2011
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The Lynn English High School Latin Club will be performing, “Medea” on March 11 and 12 at 7 p.m. at the school auditorium. Twenty cast members, under the direction of Latin teacher and club adviser Michael Haddad, have been rehearsing since January for the production. The Latin Club has 90 students overall. “It’s going...
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The Mayor’s Administration

March 8, 2011
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There should be a great deal of concern among those people who run this city as well as among those voters who elected the mayor as to what exactly she is doing with her day, everyday. Being the mayor of Lynn is an honor but above all, it is about hard work and a...
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Obituaries 03-08-2011

March 8, 2011
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Lorenzo Lombardo Owned Lombardo & Sons Fish Market of East Boston Lorenzo Lombardo of Lynn, formerly of Somerville, died on March 4. The proprietor Lombardo & Sons Fish Market, East Boston, he was the beloved husband of Rosetta (Gennaro); devoted father of  Antonio Lombardo of Lynn, Michelle Franzese and her husband, Joe, of Peabody...
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Flip This House – Lynn House is Being Renovated for A&E Network Series

March 1, 2011
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Flip This House – Lynn House is Being Renovated for A&E Network Series

The first sunshine in over a week greeted the City of Lynn last Thursday, and in the Diamond District, those rays of light were accompanied by the sounds of construction vehicles, sledgehammers, axes and busy-ness all around. City Light Homes, a company that buys, remodels and then re-sells homes in a short period of time,...
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Lynn’s Miles Soars with Deep Sea Parachute

March 1, 2011
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Lynn’s Miles Soars with Deep Sea Parachute

Deep Sea Parachute has been together for about a year, but they’re starting to acquire a following for their alternative indie, progressive rock sound The five musicians played another successful gig before an appreciative crowd Friday night at Copperfield’s in Boston. The band is developing a loyal fan base. The Lynn connection in the...
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It Takes a Village – Lynn English Graduate Credits Youth Villages for Getting Her on a Path to Success in Life

March 1, 2011
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It Takes a Village – Lynn English Graduate Credits Youth Villages for Getting Her on a Path to Success in Life

Moseline Frank, a Lynn English Class of 2010 graduate, credits the Youth Villages Massachusetts Transitional Living Program for helping her on the path to graduation and continuing to point her life in a positive direction. The Youth Villages TL program helps former foster youth between the ages of 17-22 make a successful transition...
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Lynn Tech Football Staying Put – Conference ADs Vote Down Move to Small Division

March 1, 2011
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The Lynn Tech football program will stay put for now after the Commonwealth Athletic Conference athletic directors denied the school in its bid to move to the CAC Small Division. The ADS voted 5-4 against Tech’s bid to drop from the CAC Large to the CAC Small for the 2011 football season. Instead, Greater...
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The Oil Problem and Everything That Goes Along Goes with It

March 1, 2011
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The recent precipitous rise for the cost of home heating oil should cause Lynn officials who care about the plight of the poor and the middle class to tremble. The thousands of poverty stricken and working poor living in this city and heating with oil have been made destitute by the soaring prices coupled...
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Sports 03-01-2011

March 1, 2011
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Former Spartan Brian Mini is coaching hockey at MC Brian Mini always had the makings of a future hockey coach, reaching out to his sister, Bridget, and his brother, Chris, as they developed an interest in the sport in the Everett Youth Hockey program and then encouraging them to work hard and improve at...
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Obituaries 03-01-2011

March 1, 2011
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Paulette Blake Sodecido Company Environmental Manager Paulette M. (Clarke) Blake of Lynn died suddenly at Union Hospital on February 25. She was 56 years old. She was an Environmental Manager for the Sodecido Company for the past 10 years. Born in St. James, Jamaica, she was the daughter of the late Ruel and Carmelite...
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