Archive for March, 2014

English, St. Mary’s Are North Sectional Champions: Lynn Basketball Teams Advance to State Semifinals at TD Garden

March 10, 2014
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English, St. Mary’s Are North Sectional Champions: Lynn Basketball Teams Advance to State Semifinals at TD Garden

It’s safe to say this is the most exciting week in the city’s girls basketball history. The Lynn English High School and St. Mary’s High School girls basketball teams have made it to the sport’s biggest stage – the TD Garden and its famed parquet floor – for the state semifinals. Coach Fred Hogan’s...
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Maria Servellon Brings Art to Technology at Girls Inc.

March 10, 2014
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Maria Servellon Brings Art to Technology at Girls Inc.

Technology classes, where you sink into a swiveling computer chair and work on an Excel spreadsheet, can be tedious and ho hum. Maria Servellon, East Boston resident, wanted to bring a creative flare to typical media courses, and so began the first digital photography class at Girls Inc., Lynn. Maria encourages middle school girls...
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Assistant Lynn Tech Football Coach Charged in Stabbing: Faces Assault to Murder and Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon Charges

March 10, 2014
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An assistant football coach for Lynn Tech has been charged in the stabbings of two youth from the school, both of whom were reportedly on the football team, in an incident that involves a young woman. According to court records and prosecutors in the case the assistant football coach Joel Devaney, 20, of 69...
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City Plan for Spring Ferry Service Moving Forward

March 10, 2014
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It’s full steam ahead for the city of Lynn’s plans to bring ferry service to downtown Boston for Lynn and North Shore residents. According to Lynn Economic Development and Industrial Council (EDIC) Executive Director James Cowdell, the city has put out a request for bids seeking a vendor-provided ferry service, that could begin serving...
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MIAA Deserves Credit for Major League Venues

March 10, 2014
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The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association deserves a lot of credit for giving athletes statewide the memorable opportunity of participating in the finest venues available in the state. We say this as the Lynn English girls basketball team prepares to take the court Monday night at the TD Garden and the St. Mary’s girls basketball...
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Sensational Stinson: Senior Point Guard Scores 22 in Win over Central

March 10, 2014
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Catherine Stinson is the ideal point guard. The 5-feet-7-inch senior can shoot, score, and pass and has subscribed to coach Fred Hogan’s all-out, fullcourt defensive pressure. But what Lynn English fans have to admire most about Stinson is that she wants the ball in her hands when the stakes are the highest. Stinson has...
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A Magical Night for Diondra Woumn: Lynn English Senior Nets 1,000th Point in Tourney

March 3, 2014
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A Magical Night for Diondra Woumn: Lynn English Senior Nets 1,000th Point in Tourney

Could anyone have written a better home court Paul Cavanagh Fieldhouse final chapter to the career of Lynn English senior Diondra Woumn? Score the 1,000th point of your career. Lead your team to its 23rd consecutive win and a state tournament victory over a Merrimack Valley Conference nemesis, in this case, Billerica. Have you...
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Congressman Tierney Visits with Lynn Teachers Union

March 3, 2014
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Congressman Tierney Visits with Lynn Teachers Union

Members of the Lynn Teachers Union joined U.S. Congressman John Tierney at a roundtable discussion in Lynn last week, where the primary topic of discussion was the impact that federal regulations on education have at the local school district level. “I think the meeting was a great opportunity to hear what Congressman Tierney has...
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LEO Urges Residents to Seek Fuel Assistance

March 3, 2014
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A brutal winter to this point and the sense that winter cold will linger for at least a few more weeks has Lynn Economic Opportunity Inc. (LEO) home heating assistance program urging local residents to register now for home heating assistance. “LEO urges residents to plan ahead for the rest of the winter season...
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Bradley Will Be Wearing Tony Conigliaro’s Jersey No. 25 for the Boston Red Sox

March 3, 2014
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Jackie Bradley Jr. has been wearing former Boston Red Sox star Tony Conigliaro’s jersey number 25 in spring training games. Bradley wore No. 44 with the Red Sox last season, appearing in 37 games. Conigliaro is a graduate of St. Mary’s High School where the gymnasium is named in his honor. At the age...
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