Archive for May, 2017

Classical Baseball Striving for Perfection

May 12, 2017
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Classical Baseball Striving for Perfection

By Joyce Erekson If you’re a Classical High baseball fan, life is good. The Rams are off to a 12-0 start (not including last night’s game against Danvers) and they’re doing it with a combination of experience (senior captains Andrew Moccia, Matt Lauria, Tyler Way and Herbie Newton) and a youthful pitching staff led...
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Brian Field Announces for City Council

May 12, 2017
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Brian Field Announces for City Council

Brian Field announced his candidacy for councilor-at-large at a well-attended kickoff reception May 4 at the Porthole Pub. “We are gathered her tonight because we share a pride for our city,” said Field. “We share hope that the challenges we are currently facing together in this city will be resolved. We are all part...
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Cyr: ‘Everything is on the Table’ to Find New Revenues

May 12, 2017
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Lynn City Council President Darren Cyr said Tuesday night that he is “pleased” with the progress that the Mayor, City Council and Chief Financial Officer Peter Carron are making toward closing a gaping budget deficit in the coming year, Fiscal 2018 budget. Cyr spoke briefly before Tuesday night’s Council meeting...
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Roca Celebrates Year’s Accomplishments at Annual Breakfast

May 12, 2017
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Roca’s annual breakfast welcomed a packed house of local officials and supporters at the Intercontinental Hotel Monday morning, including Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey; Glenn E. Martin, Founder and President of JustLeadershipUSA; Brian Kyes, Chelsea Chief of Police and President of the Massachusetts Major City Chiefs; and Massachusetts Secretary of Housing and Economic Development,...
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Four Essex Tech Students Earn Gold Medals at Skills USA State Competition

May 12, 2017
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Four Essex Technical High School students earned gold medals at the SkillsUSA State competition in Marlborough, and all four will go on to compete at the 53rd annual National Leadership and Skills Conference held in Louisville, Kentucky in June. Carly D’Orlando, a junior from Middleton, took home gold in Cosmetology while the Career Pathways...
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Lynn to Receive $1.5 Million for Local Road Repairs

May 12, 2017
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Senator Thomas M. McGee (D-Lynn), Representative Lori Ehrlich (D- Marblehead), Representative Donald Wong (R-Saugus), Representative Brendan Crighton (D-Lynn) and Representative Daniel Cahill (D- Lynn) are pleased to announce that the city of Lynn has been awarded Chapter 90 funding in the amount of $1,505,343 for local road repairs and improvements such as resurfacing, preliminary...
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Ralph Jamieson’s 90th Birthday Party Celebration

May 5, 2017
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Ralph Jamieson’s 90th Birthday Party Celebration

Ralph Jamieson celebrated his 90th birthday party with friends and relatives. Members of the Knights of Columbus, former Lynn Tech faculty staff and relatives enjoyed a festive time honoring Ralph as his two daughters, Debbie and Judy organized this party.
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Langlois at the Helm:English Graduate Launches Semi-Professional Soccer Team

May 5, 2017
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Langlois at the Helm:English Graduate Launches Semi-Professional Soccer Team

By Cary Shuman Jonathan Langlois thought he would still be playing soccer at the age of 32, but instead he’s taken his passion for the sport to another level: he is the new owner of a semi-professional soccer team based next door in Revere. Langlois, a 2003 graduate of Lynn English and currently an...
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House Passes Balanced FY18 Budget

May 5, 2017
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The Massachusetts House of Representatives last  week passed a $40.4 billion FY18 budget which makes key investments in a wide range of areas including local aid, early education, substance addiction initiatives, homelessness programs, job training, economic development, and funding to help individuals with developmental disabilities. Recognizing that municipalities have unique and diverse needs, the...
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Anna Maria College Students Turn to Volunteer Service for Spring Break

May 5, 2017
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This spring, ten Anna Maria College students spent their spring break volunteering in Conway, SC to help the local Habitat for Humanity chapter. Joined by two Anna Maria staff members, student volunteers took on a variety of construction assignments in a Habitat for Humanity home-building project. Students spent time learning more about Conway’s Habitat...
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