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Helping Students Realize their Potential:Samuels Brings Billionaire Babies Program to Lynn

April 21, 2018
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Linda Samuels has great confidence in her ability to teach young people. Always striving to ignite a lifelong love of learning in her students, Samuels has an impressive resume that includes 30 years in education, working as a teacher at  the Dana Hall School, a private girls’ high school in Wellesley, and as an...
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Thomsen Holding Court:Legendary NBA Writer from Swampscott Will Hold Book Signing in Winthrop

April 13, 2018
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Swampscott resident Ian Thomsen, one of the nation’s leading sportswriters for the past three decades, will be in Winthrop on April 19 to talk about his new book, “The Soul of Basketball: The Epic Showdown Between Lebron, Kobe, Doc and Dirk That Saved the NBA.” Thomas will be speaking about the book and his...
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Tech Students Help Honor America:Precision Machine Students Produce Cannons for Winners in the Boston Marathon Ruck March

April 13, 2018
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Lynn Tech students will be warming the hearts of U.S. military personnel, first responders and civilians at the Tough Ruck, an event on Saturday that is affiliated with the Boston Marathon. The students, under the direction of machine shop instructor Michael Pickering, are responsible for making the engraved, aluminum cannons that will be presented...
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A Heart-Warming Story:HomeServe Helps World War II Veteran with a Brand New Boiler

March 23, 2018
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Edward Andruskiewicz, a lifelong Luynn resident and a World War II veteran, is very grateful to HomeServe for installing a new boiler at his home. “I had 3-4 feet of water in my cellar that was caused by flooding from the Nor’easter ,” said Andruskiewicz. That’s when HomeServe, Andruskiewicz’s home service provider who...
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St Mary’s Falls to Watertown in Div 3 North Sectional Final

March 16, 2018
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The St. Mary’s High School basketball team had 19 victories as the No. 1 seed heading into Saturday’s Division 3 North final, but Watertown denied the Spartans their twentieth with a tenacious defensive effort at the Tsongas Center in Lowell. Watertown defeated St. Mary’s, 44-36, in a low-scoring battle, halting the Lynn school’s quest...
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A Great Run for Stephen Fama:Senior Closes Out His Stellar Career at St Mary’s

March 16, 2018
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Stephen Fama III helped the St. Mary’s High School basketball team win a state championship, return to the finals the very next year, and reach the sectional final this year. Saturday at the Tsongas Center in Lowell, Fama  played the final game of his outstanding high school basketball career. It didn’t end the way...
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Lynn Resident David Rutter Authors His First Book

March 1, 2018
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Lynn Resident David Rutter Authors His First Book

Lifelong Lynn resident David Rutter has released his debut novel, a crime thriller titled, “Internal Damnation,” a writing project that was five years in the making. Rutter, a graduate of Lynn Classical High School and Southern New Hampshire University with a degree in creative writing and English, said his new book was originally a...
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Beliveau Retires as Babe Ruth President

February 23, 2018
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Beliveau Retires as Babe Ruth President

Jim Beliveau, the face of Greater Lynn Babe Ruth (GLBR) who has helped keep the organization strong and popular in the city for the past several years, has retired as president. “I think it’s time,” said Beliveau. “I’ve been here over 15 years and it’s time for new, fresh blood to come in and...
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Burt Leads BC Over BU in Beanpot Overtime Thriller:Lynn Native Named Outstanding Goalie

February 15, 2018
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Burt Leads BC Over BU in Beanpot Overtime Thriller:Lynn Native Named Outstanding Goalie

There was no way Lynn’s Katie Burt was going to lose her final Beanpot game at Boston College’s Kelley Rink inside the Conte Forum. And Burt, the Eagles’ all-time NCAA winningest goaltender, made sure of it by helping to blanket the Boston University offense for the entire third period and in overtime. Burt’s clutch...
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Bayon Adult Health Care Center Opens in Lynn

February 15, 2018
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Bayon Adult Health Care Center Opens in Lynn

A new adult day health care center will hold its grand opening this Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., at its site at 15 Bubier St., Lynn. Michael Ouk, program manager, and Johnson Mao, marketing director, said that the Bayon Adult Day Health Care Center, is ready to open its doors at its...
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