Archive for April, 2017

LACC’s Gould Appointed to STEM Advisory Council

April 7, 2017
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LACC’s Gould Appointed to STEM Advisory Council

Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce President/CEO, Leslie Gould was officially sworn in as a member of the Massachusetts STEM Advisory Council.  Gould will represent the Chamber of Commerce industry and join over 40 members of the Council comprised of representatives from business, education, state agencies and Legislative leaders. The STEM Advisory Council works to...
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Lynn Tech Announces Hall of Fame Inductees:Chief Mageary,Council Leaders Cyr and Walsh Among the Honorees

April 7, 2017
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The Lynn Tech Hall of Fame Selection Committee has announced its inductees for its Class of 2017. The committee consisting of former Lynn Tech directors, Al Malagrifa, Bart Conlon, and Jim Ridley, Jim Ward, Diana Badger, Kathy Alukonis, and Rick Starbard reviewed several nominations for the prestigious award that recognizes athletics and academics. “We’re...
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New Business Park Coming to River Street

April 7, 2017
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By Jay Lancaster The Zoning Board of Appeals approved construction of a new mutli-use business park Tuesday night. The lot at Heath’s Court on River Street will be host a variety of businesses once construction is completed. Proponents of the project cite it’s expected economic impact as the driving force behind the appeals board’s...
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New Coach Brian Vaughn tell his Players: ‘We Can Win Right Now’

April 7, 2017
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New Lynn Classical head football coach Brian Vaughan said his team can win right now. “The word ‘rebuilding’ is not in my vocabulary,” said Vaughan at the team’s awards banquet held at Luxury Boxx Sports Bar in Malden. Vaughan, a former Lynn English and Northeastern University star running back, took over the program following...
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Metro Credit Union Supports the Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless

April 7, 2017
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Each month, Metro employees dress down to raise funds to help families in need within its local communities. During the month of February, the donations collected went to benefit the MA Coalition for the Homeless, an organization committed to ensuring everyone has a place to call home. Funds donated by employees were matched by...
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Neighborhood Unites in Opposition to Spruce Street Building

April 7, 2017
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By Jay Lancaster Plans for a new single-family home on Spruce Street were met with fierce resistance by neighborhood residents at the Zoning Board of Appeals meeting Tuesday night. Several residents of Spruce Street raised objections to Bruce Deluties’ proposal for a new home at 15 Spruce Street, citing a range of issues with...
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“Ask a Muslim” Event Draws Diverse Perspectives

April 7, 2017
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By Jay Lancaster The Islamic Society of North Shore held a well-attended “Ask a Muslim” event Sunday afternoon at the group’s Lynn mosque. People of all faiths filled the mosque, which for many was the first mosque they had ever set foot in. The function offered an opportunity for those unfamiliar with Islam to...
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