Archive for September, 2015

Local Supporters Get Signatures for Ballot Question

September 17, 2015
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The campaign to invest in transportation and public education by creating an additional tax on annual incomes above $1 million is in full force across the Commonwealth this weekend as community members of all types – including workers, parents, educators and community and faith leaders – launch a local signature drive outside of Neighbor-to-Neighbor...
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Annual Grecian Festival

September 10, 2015
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Annual Grecian Festival

  The Sons and Daughters of Alexander the Great dance group promote Greek culture in the Boston area, performing traditional Macedonian dances during last weekend’s annual Grecian Festival at the St. George Greek Orthodox Community.
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English, Classical Football Ready to Roll

September 10, 2015
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English, Classical Football Ready to Roll

Put the cover on the pool and break out the pumpkin lattes. High school football starts this weekend with all four Lynn teams springing into action. The big news during the off-season was the changing of the guard at English High. Head coach Peter Holey stepped down after seven years and former English High...
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Saing Named to EDIC Board

September 10, 2015
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Saing Named to EDIC Board

Kirirath “AJ” Saing has been appointed by Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy to the Economic Development and Industrial Corporation of Lynn (EDIC/Lynn) board of directors. “AJ has already done so much for the residents of Lynn – particularly the Cambodian community – and we are thrilled to have someone with his passion and drive on...
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Tech, St.Mary’s Gear Up for the Start of the Season

September 10, 2015
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The Lynn Tech and St. Mary’s football teams will both be in action Friday night with the Tigers traveling to Chelsea and the Spartans at home against Bellingham. The offseason featured some big news for both teams. After playing each other the night before Thanksgiving since 1994, the couple split up in December and...
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Nine North Shore HS Seniors Accepted into NSCC’s Presidential Scholars Program

September 10, 2015
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Nine North Shore high school seniors, who will attend North Shore Community College (NSCC) this fall, were welcomed into the College’s Wayne Burton Presidential Scholars Program at an orientation luncheon on August 19. Named for NSCC’s retired third president, the Wayne Burton Presidential Scholars Program is a unique leadership development program which recognizes high...
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Orientation Practice Session

September 4, 2015
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Orientation Practice Session

Lynn English students volunteered their time to take part in a two-part course to help become orientation guides for incoming freshman. Here, students fill out nametags and look over the guidelines and principles of the program.
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Former Classical, College Swimmer Katelyn Kidney Hits the High Seas

September 4, 2015
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Former Classical, College Swimmer Katelyn Kidney Hits the High Seas

Let’s face it. For those who are ready to throw the cover on the backyard pool when the water temperature dips into the 70s, the thought of jumping into choppy, 60-degree ocean water isn’t all that appealing. Hardy souls like former Lynn City Swimmer of the Year Katelyn Kidney see things differently. The 2010...
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Dolores J. Difillipo Announces Her Candidacy for Lynn School Committee

September 4, 2015
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Dolores J. Difillipo Announces Her Candidacy for Lynn School Committee

Dolores J. DiFillipo released the following statement announcing her candidacy for a seat on the Lynn School Committee in the November 3 election: I am the wife of Anthony “Tony “DiFillipo and the mother of two wonderful children, Anthony Rocco and Vanessa DiFillipo.  I am the youngest daughter of three daughters of the late...
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Lynn City Soccer Tournament Kicks off Season Next Week

September 4, 2015
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The weather may say summer, but the calendar says fall and that means it’s soccer time. The Classical, English, St. Mary’s and Tech boys and girls soccer teams will get their seasons rolling beginning next Tuesday and Wednesday with the opening rounds of the annual Lynn City Soccer Tournament at Manning Field. The boys...
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