Author: Journal Staff

The Storm Aftermath

That was a real storm last week. Lynn got buried, as we all have come to know. Snowfall here was heavier than in Boston – which was heavy. Snow removal was a fulltime job for a few days. The plowing…

The Patriots

The utter and complete failure of the Patriots Sunday against the Jets has thrown the region into a state of wonder and despair. The wonder comes from having expected a certain victory. The despair arises from the stunning nature of…

Obituaries 01-18-2011

Elaine Bernstein Loved fine art, culture and chocolate Elaine Bernstein, formerly of Medford, died peacefully on January 11. She was the widow of Henry Bernstein, the daughter of Sadie and Jacob Stone, sister to Edith Ross, Ann Stone, Mickey and…

Snow Emergency

By all accounts, it appears that a major snowstorm is bearing down on us. After the last storm, more than 300 tickets were given out for failure to remove snow from sidewalks and pathways. We urge city officials to give…

Overlooked and Under-utilized

Lewis Street is the most under-utilized potential commercial and retail success existing in the city today. Instead of endlessly trying to dream up plans that will re-start the downtown, why not concentrate efforts on the busiest part of Lewis Street…

Obituaries 01-11-2011

Helen Robinson Traveler’s Insurance retiree Helen D. (Johnson) Robinson of Lynn died on December 30. She was 89 years old. A retired claims associate for the Traveler’s Insurance Co. in Boston, she was the wife of the late Lawrence Robinson;…