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Senator Warren Endorses John Tierney: Warren Praised Tierney As A Champion For Middle-class Families

June 19, 2014
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Senator Warren Endorses John Tierney: Warren Praised Tierney As A Champion For Middle-class Families

Senator Elizabeth Warren announced her strong endorsement of John Tierney at a campaign event in Salem, Massachusetts. As colleagues in Congress, Tierney and Warren have worked together on a host of issues affecting middle-class families including student loan interest rates, Wall Street reform and consumer protections. “Congressman Tierney is a tireless champion for Massachusetts...
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Pace’s Attorney Seeks Triple Damages As A ‘deterrent To Future Misconduct’: City Bracing For Possible $4 Million Payout

June 19, 2014
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The attorney for former Lynn Comptroller and Interim CFO John Pace, has filed a motion in Superior Court, seeking to have the award to his client tripled, as a “deterrent to future misconduct.” If granted, the award to Pace could jump to more than $4 million, a debt the city will be required to...
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Obituaries 06-19-2014

June 19, 2014
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Liam Armando Jaynes By Accident Liam Armando Jaynes of Lynn entered into rest on June 9 by accident. He was only three years old. Born in Boston, Liam resided in Lynn. He was the beloved and cherished son of Mark H. and Nicole Ann (Santacroce) Jaynes; loving brother of Alexa and Marissa Jaynes of...
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“Comedy, America!” Promotes Sketch Comedy at Improvboston

June 18, 2014
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By Tori Ziege An iconic facet of Cambridge nightlife since 1982, ImprovBoston has made a name for itself delivering on its niche form of comedy—improv. But this summer, the nonprofit improvisational theater is putting a spin on history. As part of new series called “Summer of Sketch”, director Allen McRae’s and producer Kevin Quigley’s...
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St. Mary’s Claims North Sectional Title: Nowicki, Fisher pace Spartans to 8-5 Victory over Amesbury in Final

June 12, 2014
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St. Mary’s Claims North Sectional Title: Nowicki, Fisher pace Spartans to 8-5 Victory over Amesbury in Final

The Amesbury Indians were chipping away at St. Mary’s early lead but coach Colleen Newbury had her closer warming up in the bullpen. And Mia Nowicki, the freshman phenom who has averaged close to two strikeouts per inning this season, did her job efficiently. Nowicki struck out seven in 3 2/3 innings to lock...
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Class of 2014

June 12, 2014
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Class of 2014

Kristin Lauria blows a kiss to family members during commencement ceremonies at Lynn Classical High School on Friday, June 6. Both Lynn Classical and Lynn English held graduation exercises on Friday morning, with Lynn Tech having its ceremonies on Thursday evening.
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Somerville Eatery Looking to Expand into Lynn: R.F. O’Sullivan’s Burger Grill and Pub Bids on Former Kevin’s Corner Property

June 12, 2014
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Richard “Frank” Sullivan, owner of R.F. O’Sullivan & Son’s Burger Grill and Pub in Somerville, was the only bidder to make an offer to the city of Lynn to purchase the former Kevin’s Corner pub on Central Avenue in Lynn’s downtown. The Swampscott resident and 23-year owner and proprietor of the popular Somerville burger...
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Marshall Middle School Breaks Ground: Construction Project Two Take next Two Years

June 12, 2014
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The long anticipated start of construction of the new Marshall Middle School on Brookline Street began this week, as heavy construction vehicles began preparing the site for a summer of pile driving activity and Lynn elected officials and educators huddled together to mark the construction with a ground breaking ceremony. The new 1,100 student...
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A Won-Drew-Ful Experience: St. Mary’s Scholar-athlete DiMaiti Will Attend Tufts

June 12, 2014
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Drew DiMaiti’s accomplishments on the athletic field at St. Mary’s High School may have only been surpassed by his academic achievements. A three-sport standout and two-sport captain who earned 15 varsity letters, DiMaiti was still representing the school he has treasured for years this past Saturday, finishing as the second-best hurdler in Massachusetts at...
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Obituaries 06-12-2014

June 12, 2014
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John Labuk Retired Warehouse Foreman John F. Labuk of Lynn lost his valiant fight against cancer and died peacefully at home surrounded by his family on June 7. A lifelong resident of Lynn, he was born in Lynn in November of 1944, the son of the late Frank and Helen (Misiura) Labuk. He graduated...
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