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Council Approves Borrowing from Bailout Loan

October 26, 2018
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After hearing from a state representative of the Department of revenue, as well as Mayor Thomas McGee and Michael Bertino, City’s Chief Financial Officer, the City Council approved a request from the mayor to borrow $4.5 million from the remainder of the city’s bailout budget. Mayor Thomas McGee said without the money the city...
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Santa Famiglia Lodge Celebrates Italian Heritage Month

October 26, 2018
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Santa Famiglia Sons and Daughters Lodge of Italy in America at Holy Family Church celebrated Italian Heritage Month in October. This Lynn organization embraces its Italian culture and traditions. Santa Famiglia makes charitable donations to such groups as the Doug Flutie Charity, Cooleys Anemia, Alzheimer, and Casa Monte Casino where families have a place...
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Cummings,Guzman Receive Alice O’Neil Scholarships

October 26, 2018
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The seventh annual Alice O’Neil scholarships were presented to Molly Cummings from the American Little league and to Juniel Guzman of the Pine Hill Little League. These young athletes attend St. Mary’s High School and this scholarship will help defray their tuition cost, which is one of the requirements for receiving this financial benefit....
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Subcommittee Hears from Potential Dispensary

October 26, 2018
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The Recreational Cannabis Site Plan Review Committee heard from a potential dispensary owner about opening a recreational marijuana shop at 193-195 Oxford St. at their regular meeting on Tuesday night. The applicant, Lynn Organics LLC doing business as Natural Selections, presently has applied for permission to operate medical dispensaries in Dorchester and Watertown and...
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Academy Award Nominated Danny Aiello Appearing at Lynn Auditorium

October 26, 2018
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EMC co-founder and Revere native Roger Marino and Lynn’s own Joe and Frank Ciota return to the Lynn Auditorium on Sunday, Oct. 28, to present their second collaboration “Stiffs”, a black comedy starring Danny Aiello. Written and directed by the Ciota brothers and produced by Marino the film will be immediately followed by a...
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Gov Baker Attends YMCA Groundbreaking

October 18, 2018
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Gov Baker Attends YMCA Groundbreaking

YMCA officials, Gov. Charlie Baker, Mayor Tom McGee and other dignataries came out Friday to break ground on a new $30 million YMCA facility in downtown Lynn. The planned 70,000 square-foot facility will be built directly in front of the current YMCA on Neptune Boulevard. Slated to open in 2020, the new facility will...
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‘Dean Lives’ is a Must-See:Drew Anthony Set to Take the Stage in Lynn

October 18, 2018
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Drew Anthony is an accomplished musician, singer, and entertainer – who is also considered the best Dean Martin impersonator in the world. “I kind of consider myself just a guy that’s an actor and a singer who’s playing the part of Dean Martin, like it was a play,” said Anthony. Anthony, who looks just...
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EngelbertHumperdink Dazzles His Fans at the Lynn Auditorium

October 18, 2018
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EngelbertHumperdink, one of true legends in the music industry, brought a taste of Las Vegas to the Lynn Auditorium Sunday night in a spectacular 90-minute show. From the moment he walked on the stage in a dark, blue suit and bright red shirt, to the end of his performance when he exchanged warm handshakes...
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EBSB Celebrates the Opening 36th Branch in Brigham Circle

October 18, 2018
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East Boston Savings Bank (EBSB) announced the opening of their newest branch location at 1614 Tremont Street, Boston. The Brigham Circle office will be the 36th branch added to the list of East Boston Savings Bank locations. “East Boston Savings Bank has had a Boston presence since 1848. We are very excited to be...
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It Takes a Community to Combat Trash

October 18, 2018
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Councilor Brian Field knows it’s going to take a lot of cooperation to get folks to start cleaning up in front of their homes and businesses. Last week the City Council’s Lynn Trash/Litter Subcommittee met for continuing discussion on how to combat trash around the city. They are potentially going to have student representatives...
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