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Friends and family show “Love for Larry” in support of resident’s battle against cancer

Friends and family show “Love for Larry” in support of resident’s battle against cancer










Larry Theriault was definitely feeling the love last Wednesday night. At an event hosted by the Wardhurst Restaurant & Bar, over 250 friends and family members close to the...

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Mayor pens letter seeking to keep pot shops away

Mayor pens letter seeking to keep pot shops away


Any plans to bring marijuana shops to Peabody could soon be going up in smoke. On Wednesday, February 1, Mayor Ted Bettencourt addressed a letter to his colleagues asking for their support in banning marijuana shops from entering the city. The move comes...

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Relay for Life event kicks-off in Peabody

Relay for Life event kicks-off in Peabody




The race is on. Last Tuesday night the American Cancer Society kicked off Peabody’s annual Relay for Life event at Peabody High School. More than a dozen supporters of the cause gathered at the school to express their support and...

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Revere news

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Top 100 city wage earners announced

Once again, the city payroll’s top wage earners were dominated by public safety and school department officials, with nine emanating from the police department. Leading the top five, retired Supt. of Schools Dr. Paul S. Dakin was the top earner for the 2016 calendar...

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Opioid crisis remains top priority as overdoses, deaths decline

Data is showing efforts to curb heroin and opioid-related deaths are working in Revere. In 2015 there were 256 calls for possible overdoses. In 2016 the number dropped to 195 calls for possible overdoses. The Fire Department received 125 calls where Narcan was...

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Strengthening Revere in 2017

~ OP-ED ~On Monday, I delivered my State of the City address, outlining some of the progress we’ve made together and laying out important initiatives for 2017 that will make this city even stronger. For us to realize our vision for Revere, I will be seeking your...

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City revokes TIF agreement with Exelon Mystic plant

After months of hushed discussion on the matter, on Monday the City Council voted unanimously in a special meeting requested by Mayor Carlo DeMaria to prematurely decertify and revoke the City of Everett’s 20-year Tax Increment Financing Agreement (TIF) with...

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Sounds of Everett

Remembering Leader Herald Publisher
Last week the city learned of the passing of Joseph Curnane, Jr., publisher of the Everett-Leader Herald at the young age of 63. Joe, Jr. as he was called by many, carried on the tradition given to him by his father, the...

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Make a Vow to Lower Blood Pressure and Reduce Sodium Intake during American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month and as a leading community-based organization committed to improving the nation’s health, the YMCA urges everyone in Malden, Medford and Everett to help prevent heart disease by lowering your blood pressure. Two ways to keep the...

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Malden will see Hallmark Health in court

The City of Malden heads to court next week for a showdown with Hallmark Health over safety violations at the Malden Hospital property. In 2013 former Malden Building Inspector Scott Fitzgerald cited Hallmark Health, which owns the hospital, for the building’s...

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Malden Receives Green Community Designation

Mayor Gary Christenson is pleased to announce that the City of Malden has been designated a Green Community by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Department of Energy Resources. Through the tireless efforts of...

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STEM Workshop “Light-Up Shoes and Paper Circuits” free for ages 7-14

Thanks to Malden Cultural CouncilThe Malden Public Library will host a free electronic arts workshop, “Light-up Shoes and Paper Circuits,” on Saturday, February 11 from 10 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Participants may bring their own shoes to light up, or indicate their...

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Saugus news

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Patriots Super Bowl run helps Gordon Shepard’s fund-raising efforts to restore Civil War cemetery markers

Patriots Super Bowl run helps Gordon Shepard’s fund-raising efforts to restore Civil War cemetery markers


Super Bowl Week turned into a fund-raising bonanza for Gordon Shepard in his latest efforts to honor forgotten soldiers at Riverside Cemetery. Time has worn the names off several markers in the Civil War burial plot. But Shepard – a Vietnam War veteran...

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Town Meeting vote showed “proactive leadership” to protect Rumney Marshes

~ Letter to the Editor ~ By voting in favor of local by-law changes at a Special Town Meeting on February 6th, Saugus Town Meeting members have taken an important step toward protecting critical environmental resources in the Town of Saugus. Thanks to their proactive...

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Alliance for Health and Environment Lauds Passage of Town By-law Changes

SAUGUS – The Alliance for Health and Environment is elated that this week, the Town of Saugus took the first steps to prevent further expansion of any landfill in the Town by passing three responsible zoning by-laws which would limit the vertical height of a...

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