Monthly Archives: November 2009

Old Tyme Italian Cuisine opens new function hall

November 25, 2009
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Old Tyme Italian Cuisine opens new function hall

Old Tyme Italian Cuisine was campaign central in this year’s Lynn city election with several candidates choosing the restaurant at 612 Boston Street for their political gatherings and fundraisers. In fact, a few candidates simultaneously held their election night celebrations inside the popular restaurant and lounge. Two years after opening the 240-seat restaurant, owner...

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It is official – Flanagan Kennedy mayor

November 25, 2009
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It is official – Flanagan Kennedy mayor

It is official. Lynn’s Mayor elect is Judith Flanagan-Kennedy. The mayor-elect came out the big winner following Wednesday’s recount. What had been a 27 vote victory turned into a 45 vote victory. After the recount ended Wednesday evening, Flanagan-Kennedy said she was going to bring the city together and Mayor Edward Chip Clancy said...

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Alzheimer’s program open to the public

November 25, 2009
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The Alzheimer’s Association is offering a workshop presented by an elder law attorney, December 1, 2009, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. at Briarcliff Lodge Adult Day Health, 112 Kernwood Drive in Lynn, that is free and open to the public.  Legal & Financial Answers for Families Coping with Alzheimer’s covers wills, durable power of attorney,...

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Thanksgiving 2009

November 25, 2009
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This time last year, the national economy was preparing for collapse. The economy’s beginning of the end, or as Churchill once said, the end of the beginning, came into full force in and around Thanksgiving 2008. Yet we all sat down with our families and friends last year for a hearty Thanksgiving dinner. One...

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Obituaries 11-25-2009

November 25, 2009
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Patricia Kerrins, 56 Health Educator Patricia A. Kerrins of Lynn, formerly of Revere and Montague, MA, died on November 16 following a 16 year courageous battle with breast cancer. Ms. Kerrins spent her career in health education in Franklin County (Amherst, Shelburne and Turner Falls, MA). At the time of her death, she held...

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Grassa will attend Bentley University

November 19, 2009
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Grassa will attend Bentley University

His skills on the basketball court have been obvious for a long time. Jasper Grassa has been a notch above almost all opposing backcourtmen from elementary school on. By the time he began his high school career at Lynn Classical three seasons ago, Grassa’s potential to be a star player had been established and...

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The time has come

November 19, 2009
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The earth hasn’t stopped quaking in Lynn since Election Day. Everyone with an interest inside city hall and many of us who are home owners and property owners here are wondering exactly how the new administration is going to play out. It is hard to know because many of us don’t really know Judith...

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Glover leaves his mark

November 19, 2009
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St. Mary’s senior named CCL Most Valuable Player When Alex Glover became a regular player for the St. Mary’s High School boys soccer program as a freshman, he looked up to some of the talented seniors on the team, leaders like Kevin Hart and Mike Connors. “Kevin and Mike taught me a lot and...

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Front page photograph says it better than words

November 19, 2009
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The smiling mayor elect Judith Flanagan-Kennedy shown side by side on our front page with the smiling Governor Deval Patrick in his Beacon Hill office last week proves the old adage that a picture is worth 10,000 words. In this instance, it is worth more like 100,000 words and tells the modern version of...

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Lynnfield Street repairs

November 19, 2009
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It is gratifying to learn that Lynnfield Street is up for some technical changes that will alter the situation where Lynnfield meets the Lynn border. Councillor Wayne Lozzi is the point man for most of the upcoming changes, which will not be taking place for two years. These changes are all about opportunity. Let...

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