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City Council Approves Space for MWRA

October 13, 2018
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The Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) is preparing to replace a large, inactive pipe under the General Edwards Bridge and the Lynn City Council has agreed to rent the MWRA some land near the site and adjacent to the Lynn Mart.. Tuesday night the council agreed to a monthly rent of $1,562.81 per month...
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Our Veterans:Transfer-Mation New Life for the Lynn Armory

October 13, 2018
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T he Lynn Armory was transfered to the Neighborhood Development Association during a special ceremony inside the Lynn Housing Authority and Neighborhood Development Community Room. Director of Veteran Services Michael Sweeney called the event “a fitting tribute to the service and sacrifice, not only of those who served their duty inside the Lynn Armory,...
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Letter to the Editor

October 13, 2018
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VOTE YES ON QUESTION 3 Dear Editor Massachusetts has always been a leader in the nation. The United States looks to our state as a model for progressivism, especially when it comes to civil rights. We were, after all, the first state to acknowledge and legalize the right for same sex couples to marry....
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Massachusetts Must Move Forward on Our Own

October 13, 2018
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With the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court, coming on the heels of the confirmation of Neil Gorsuch, it is clear that the America as we have known it for the past 70 years, a time in which the United States attained and maintained its supremacy in the world and achieved...
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Robyn Mazin, a St Mary’s Success Story

October 5, 2018
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Robyn Mazin, a St Mary’s Success Story

Valedictorian Class of 1997, National Honor Society member, first female basketball player at St. Mary’s to score 1000 points, softball player, soccer player, voted Most Athletic and Most Likely to Succeed – all is who Robyn Mazin was in high school.  Robyn, daughter of Al and Diane Mazin of Chelsea, is now a wife...
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Matt Willis Named as Head Coach of The Revere Girls Varsity Basketball Team

October 5, 2018
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Revere High School Athletic Director Frank Shea has announced that Matt Willis has been named as the new head coach of the Revere girls varsity basketball team. Willis was most recently the head coach at Amesbury High School. Willis succeeds Lianne O’Hara at the helm of the Lady Patriots’ program. O’Hara led the program...
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Metro Credit Union Hosts Hispanic Heritage Gala

October 5, 2018
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Metro Credit Union hosted the inaugural North Shore Hispanic Heritage Celebration on September 24, at the Hawthorne Hotel in Salem, Massachusetts. The Heritage Gala, which paid tribute to Latino community leaders and partners, featured Keynote Speaker Congressman Seth Moulton and entertainment by Conjuelos’ Production. In addition to honoring local community leaders, the event was...
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Letters to the Editor

October 5, 2018
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David Colpitts Candidate for Register of Deeds stands for UNITY FOR THE COMMUNITY Dear Editor, Growing up on the North Shore and being the son of two parents involved in real estate, I was exposed to the Registry of Deeds at a very young age.  So began my passion for the storage and preservation...
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North Shore Leaders to Be Honored at NSCC Champions Event Oct 4

September 27, 2018
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Three esteemed North Shore leaders will be honored as Champions of higher education and career pathways for North Shore residents at North Shore Community College’s second annual Champions Breakfast on Oct. 4, from 7:30 – 9 a.m. at the Boston Marriott Peabody. The prestigious Champions Award is presented annually by the NSCC Foundation, celebrating...
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Bikes Get the Heave-Ho

September 27, 2018
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After a four-month trial period, the Lynn City Council voted unanimously to get rid of dockless bicycles from two vendors by November because the council is tired of bicycles scattered around the city. Ant Bicycle and LimeBike were ordered to remove their bikes at Tuesday night’s meeting. The council might revisit the idea of...
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