Archive for May, 2011

Arnold Schwarzenegger

May 24, 2011
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A great deal of media has been generated because the former governor of California and one of Hollywood’s great movie stars has admitted to fathering a son out of wedlock. By doing so, this has caused his wife Maria Shriver to leave him and now we are told she is filing for divorce. The...
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Obituaries 05-24-2011

May 24, 2011
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Raymond Forster Member of American Legion, Bay State Postcard Club and United Airlines Retirement Association Raymond R. Forster of Revere died on May 20. He was 78 years old. A veteran of the Korean Conflict, he was a member of the American Legion, Bay State Postcard Club and the United Airlines Retirement Association. He...
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Peter Pan

May 17, 2011
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Peter Pan

Lynn residents, (back row left to right) Ashley Blake, Kate Resnek, Genny Caswell, Isaac Maldonado, (front row left to right) Sophia DeFronzo, Ariana Chaves, and Michaela Hope, will be performing with North Shore Children’s Theatre (NSCT) in the upcoming production Peter Pan on Friday, May 27 at 7:00 PM; Saturday, 28 at 3:00 and...
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Clay Walsh Launches At-Large Campaign

May 17, 2011
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Clay Walsh Launches At-Large Campaign

Last Wednesday night a crowd of about 70, along with city officials including the mayor, filled Turbine Wine Bar in downtown Lynn to hear Robert ‘Clay’ Walsh speak about his candidacy for Councilor At Large. “I could have held my first event anywhere,” Walsh said, “but I held it in downtown Lynn because I...
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St. Mary’s High School Girls Basketball Team Celebrates its State Championship Season

May 17, 2011
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State Rep. Steve Walsh perfectly summed up the accomplishment of the St. Mary’s High School girls basketball team during his remarks at the awards banquet held on May 10 at Gannon Golf Course. “When you come to various banquets, you often times say, ‘congratulations on a good year or congratulations on a great year,’...
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A Week of Rain is Forecast

May 17, 2011
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The weekend was about gray skies and rain. Monday came up gray and rainy. The weathermen and women on Boston’s major television stations are all predicting a week of gray and rain at a time when all of us want to be wearing short sleeve shirts and shorts, and taking long walks by the...
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Obituaries 05-17-2011

May 17, 2011
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Joyce Wonoski Retired Lynn Girls Club Coordinator Joyce A. (Lucier) Wonoski of Center Ossipee, NH, formerly of Lynn, died at the North Conway Memorial Hospital on May 7 after a long illness with her family by her side. She was educated in the Lynn School System and was employed by the Metropolitan District Commissioner...
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St. Mary’s Inducts Nine into Hall of Fame

May 10, 2011
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St. Mary’s Inducts Nine into Hall of Fame

St. Mary’s High School inducted nine alumni into the school’s Hall of Fame on April 27 at Spinelli’s in Lynnfield. The inductees were: James G. Baldini ’66; Marguerite E. Callahan ’52; Col. David J. Clark ’77; Charles J. Gaeta ’70; Dr. Michael J. Fidler ’61’ Rev. William J. Kennedy ’52, S.J.; Mark E. Lee...
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Healthy Living: Sheila Patten Retires from Career in Nursing

May 10, 2011
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Healthy Living: Sheila Patten Retires from Career in Nursing

Sheila Patten began working at Union Hospital in Lynn on Jan. 6, 1976. She spent her last day at the hospital on April 30, 2011. That’s 35 years of dedicated service at the hospital after previously working for ten years as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) at North Shore Children’s Hospital, Beverly Hospital, and...
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Stage Set for May 13 City Hall Foes to Meet

May 10, 2011
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When the city’s Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer Richard Fortucci was being investigated for wrongdoing by the mayor a few months back, his arch rival at city hall, Comptroller John Pace, was made acting CFO with a stipend of $500 a week. When the city council voted 11-0 to keep Fortucci and to reinstate...
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