Archive for March, 2018

Two ‘Exceptional Leaders’ Named at St Mary’s:Dr John F Dolan to Serve as Head of School, David Angeramo as Associate Head of School

March 30, 2018
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St. Mary’s, a Catholic, college-preparatory school for students in Grades 6-12, has named John F. Dolan, Ed.D. head of school and David J. Angeramo associate head of school. The appointments mark the successful conclusion of a national search that commenced in December, when former Head of School Grace Cotter Regan left to become president...
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Boston Marathon Runner Upton Running for Special Olympics

March 30, 2018
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The Special Olympics hold a special place in Jessica Upton’s heart, and this year, she’s going the distance (26 miles, 385 yards to be exact) to raise money for the cause. Upton is running the Boston Marathon (her first) as a member of Team XtraMile. Her goal is to raise $9,000 for Special Olympics...
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Lynn City Council Passes Wage Theft Ordinance

March 30, 2018
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On Tuesday night, the Lynn City Council voted unanimously to adopt an ordinance that would block dishonest contractors and subcontractors from doing business with the city through public bids. Lynn joins a growing list of cities and towns in the state that are seeking to further protect workers. Lynn will form a volunteer Wage...
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The Kids are Alright

March 30, 2018
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The tremendous outpouring by young people all across the country this past weekend in support of meaningful gun control was absolutely spectacular. It is fair to say that no issue has galvanized America’s youth to such an extent since the 1960s, when there were protests on college campuses and in high schools about the...
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Happy Passover And Happy Easter

March 30, 2018
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One of the most significant religious holidays of the year for Jews and Christians alike occurs this week with the observances of Passover and Easter. Jews celebrate Passover as a commemoration of their liberation by God from slavery in ancient Egypt and their freedom as a nation under the leadership of Moses. For Christians,...
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Lynn Jets Hockey Team Celebrates Outstanding Season

March 30, 2018
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The Lynn Jets high school hockey team celebrated its successful 2017-18 season at an awards banquet hosted by the Parent Boosters Tuesday night at Spinelli’s, Lynnfield. The Jets finished with a 13-6-4 record, defeating Latin Academy (5-4) and Shawsheen Tech (3-2) in exciting tournament games before falling to Swampscott (3-2) in the Division 3...
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USAF Ambassadors in Blue Visit Classical

March 23, 2018
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USAF Ambassadors in Blue Visit Classical

The United States Air Force Honor Guard Drill Team – the Ambassadors in Blue – showcased its amazing skills, precise drill movements, immaculate uniform appearance, and attention to detail before an appreciative student body Monday in the Lynn Classical High School gymnasium.
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Two Supervisors of Attendance to be Hired

March 23, 2018
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Discussion of the search for a new Supervisor of  Attendance continued at the recent School Committee meeting, as the committee members took turns giving their views on whether the position should be expanded to two people instead of one. Superintendent Catherine Latham expressed interest in cutting an unfilled confidential secretary position and using the...
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MCU Launches Latino Economic Advancement Advisory Council

March 23, 2018
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Metro Credit Union welcomed Latino community leaders from Lynn and Salem to take part in its Latino Economic Advancement Advisory Council. In an effort to create effective solutions and address challenges facing members in different stages of the financial spectrum, Metro Credit Union has taken an active role in the economic development of the...
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Baker-Polito Administration Announces Program to Reduce Contamination in the Residential Recycling Stream

March 23, 2018
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The City of Lynn will be receiving  $40,000 in a state grant on educationg residents on how to recycle better. The Baker-Polito administration has announced a new resource through the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) to help cities and towns across the Commonwealth increase the quality of the residential recycling stream. The Recycling...
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