Monthly Archives: May 2010

A son kills his mother

May 19, 2010
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A Lynn man is on trial for allegedly stabbing his mother to death in a blind rage 2 years ago. We wonder, what type of man kills his mother? Indeed, we know what type of man kills his mother. Such a man is a monster. And what is this man’s excuse? “She wouldn’t help...

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Obituaries 05-19-2010

May 19, 2010
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Marjorie Lloyd Electronics Industry Retiree Marjorie C. (Jackson) Lloyd of Lynn died at the Woburn Nursing Center on May 14 after a long illness. She was 82 years old. Born in Lynn and educated in Lynn Schools, she retired from Analog Devices after a long career in the electronics industry. She was an avid...

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GE plans major demolition at Western Avenue plant site

May 12, 2010
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The Brown and Caldwell Company, representing General Electric in Lynn, has filed papers with the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs to initiate the review of General Electric’s plans to demolish a 500,000 square foot building known as the Gear Plant. In addition, GE is planning to demolish a saltwater intake wharf, close...

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The Blue Ox and more, perhaps

May 12, 2010
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There is a real success story taking shape and form in this city before our eyes. The Blue Ox is the success story. The Oxford Street eatery – the third inside the same space, but the first to achieve a sense of lasting success – is wowing those locals who came to know the...

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The state’s bullying bill

May 12, 2010
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For public school systems like ours, the state’s bullying bill recently passed and signed into law by the governor, is just one more reason to remain vigilant in the fight against bullying. For quite some time Lynn’s public schools have had a protocol in place to handle bullies and bullying. The new state law...

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The odor heads north

May 12, 2010
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We have to admit that we always feel a bit as though justice is being done when we drive down Lynn Shore Drive heading for Swampscott and the smell is worse in Swampscott than anywhere along the beach in Lynn. This is the way it has been during the early part of spring. We...

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Fila honors colleagues

May 12, 2010
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What a nice time Lynn English Principal Andrew Fila held for his colleagues at the Porthole Pub last week. It is always especially meaningful when colleagues involved in the day to day business of running one of this city’s premier high schools are brought together to celebrate their contribution. This is what Mr. Fila...

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Obituaries 05-12-2010

May 12, 2010
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Anna DePatto Revere resident Anna F. (Falzone) DePatto of Revere died on May 7. The beloved wife of Louis A. DePatto, she was the devoted mother of Kenneth L. and his wife, Sharon, of Saugus, Louis B. and his wife, Janet, of Marshfield, Dana A. of Rome, Italy and the late Stephen J. DePatto;...

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Bathhouse on Lynn-Nahant reservation reopening

May 8, 2010
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Bathhouse on Lynn-Nahant reservation reopening

The Lynn-Nahant Beach Reservation bathhouse – the Ward Bathhouse – is about to come back to use. The long dormant bath house, an eyesore fixture standing in disrepair for almost two decades at the beginning of the beach, is being brought back to life by the Department of Conservation and Recreation. “This is an...

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McGloin pays tribute to Ed ‘Buddy’ Henry

May 8, 2010
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McGloin pays tribute to Ed ‘Buddy’ Henry

Lynn attorney-at-law Lisa McGloin will deliver the eulogy at the funeral Wednesday morning for legendary Bishop Fenwick softball coach Ed “Buddy” Henry, who died Saturday after a lengthy illness. McGloin was a member of Mr. Henry’s softball teams at Bishop Fenwick from 1985 to 1988. She later returned to coach on Mr. Henry’s staff...

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