Monthly Archives: June 2010

Obituaries 06-09-2010

June 10, 2010
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Paul Cunneen Malden resident Paul R. Cunneen of Malden died on June 4. He was the beloved fiancee of Sandie Giordano of Lynn; devoted father of Joseph Cunneen and Robert Wilson, both of Malden; loving son of Lorraine (Dulong) Cunneen and the late Paul F. Cunneen; dear brother of James Cunneen and his wife,...

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City facing real time budget realities; mayor trying to avoid layoffs

June 5, 2010
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The city is facing a moment of truth as Mayor Judith Flanagan-Kennedy is making every effort to avoid layoffs during a budget season when there is less money around than last year. The raecession and everything else affecting the local economy has caused the mayor to strip away whatever she can in order to...

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Barroom politics

June 5, 2010
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Former Mayor Chip Clancy took major heat from the city’s bar owners and many others in that sphere when he turned back the clock on the bar rooms and set closing time at 1:00 a.m. Now there is talk making the rounds in city circles that Mayor Judith Flanagan-Kennedy may be considering a turn...

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Patrol plan will benefit beachgoers in Lynn, Nahant

June 5, 2010
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State Police officials at Revere Beach have announced a comprehensive plan to patrol that Beach this summer, and those resources will spill over to beaches in Lynn and Nahant. The days of depleted staffing at the area’s beaches isn’t quickly forgotten, but State Police officials last week said to forget the past and look...

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Spartans win Holland Tournament

June 5, 2010
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It was a battle between the St. Mary’s Spartans and the Lynn Classical Rams during the championship game of this year’s Holland Tournament, but the Spartans triumphed over the Rams 9-4. The Spartans’ Samantha Kiley had an impressive game, striking out four and walking five. Backed by solid defense and clutch hits from her...

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Bullies have no place in Lynn schools

June 5, 2010
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The Lynn School Department is to be praised for its proactive and correct effort to implement a legal and just protocol to be used against those who bully other students. Bullying can’t be legislated away. In other words, we can’t simply make laws that cause it to be illegal and then expect that bullying...

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Baker at the Porthole

June 5, 2010
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Gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker, everyone’s favorite Republican, came to the Porthole Restaurant for an early morning Lynn Chamber of Commerce breakfast. He is an appealing sort – a good looking, tall, Harvard guy who made a fortune in the health care business, served for a time as a state cabinet secretary, and who would...

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Obituaries 06-02-2010

June 5, 2010
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Anthony Zizza Jr. Revere resident Anthony M. Zizza Jr. of Revere died on May 27. He was 65 years old. He was the son of the late Anthony M. and Lillian (Penta) Zizza Sr., father of Anthony M. III and his wife, Serena (Masciari) Zizza, of Revere, grandfather of Angelica Maria Zizza, of Revere,...

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