Archive for February, 2012

Tech Continues Its Reign Tigers Claim Lynn Swim Title

February 7, 2012
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Tech Continues Its Reign Tigers Claim Lynn Swim Title

There is a new swimming dynasty in the city and it is Lynn Tech. Coach Brad Tilley’s Tigers made it four city titles in a row, besting runner-up English and third-place finisher Classical for Lynn bragging rights. What’s been the reason for resurgence of the Tech swimming program? “I think it’s the type of...
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A Pats’ Win Just Not in the Cards

February 7, 2012
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A Pats’ Win Just Not in the Cards

Ours is an average Lynn family and Sunday was just another day. Our two daughters were away. One went snowboarding to Western Massachusetts with her friends. The other went to her aunt’s home in West Lynn. My wife went to Washington, DC on business Friday. As the sun came up on my world in...
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Lynn Babe Ruth Sees Gains in Enrollment: 16-18 Year-old Baseball Division Returns

February 7, 2012
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Lynn Babe Ruth Sees Gains in Enrollment: 16-18 Year-old Baseball Division Returns

Jim Belliveau has seen a rise in enrollment since taking the reins as president of Greater Lynn Babe Ruth baseball and softball organization three years ago. This season, GLBR is resurrecting its senior baseball program for players ages 16-18. “We’re hoping for four teams and 60 players at that level,” said Belliveau. “We had...
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The City Meet Was a Great Success

February 7, 2012
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What a great extravaganza happened Saturday at Lynn Tech High School as swimmers from Lynn’s three public high schools competed in the 43rd annual Lynn City Meet. More than 100 competitors fought for winning positions and bragging rights in this proud city with hundreds of parents and alumni cheering them on. Coaches Brad Tilley...
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The Patriots

February 7, 2012
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By half time during the game Sunday, this city’s streets were a ghostland. Virtually no one was out during the half-time festivities. With the second half yet to come, there was hope that the Patriots could pull it off. In the end, obviously, sadly, they couldn’t do it. They couldn’t pull the trigger in...
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Obituaries 02-07-2012

February 7, 2012
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Stephen Smith Worked for Bowne Printing Co. Stephen L. Smith of Revere, formerly of Lynn, died suddenly on February 1 at the Massachusetts General Hospital. He was 80 years old. Born in Boston, he was raised in Lynn, attended Lynn Schools and St. Michaels in Vermont. A US Army veteran and a former 20...
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