Monthly Archives: September 2010

Spartans Improve to 3-0

September 30, 2010
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Spartans Improve to 3-0

St. mary’s high school foot-ball players todd Collier (28), Jonathan kazadi (52), Corey Bartlett (44), Bryan Barrows (2), Luis Rijo (8), and Darian Eddiws (56) show their unity prior to the spartans’ game against north Reading satur- day night at manning Field. the spartans won 36-0 to improve their record to 3-0. Below, St....

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Public hearing on adult entertainment Tuesday night in City Hall

September 30, 2010
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After weeks of discussion and study the Lynn City Council is set to discuss an ordinance intended to severely restrict adult entertainment in the city. A public hearing will be held Tuesday evening in city hall. The ordinance as drafted allows for the creation of an adult entertainment district or zone which would be...

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Call the Capitol what you want but it’s not a greasy spoon

September 30, 2010
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Last week, a typical Boston Herald piece tried to be an expose on state representatives working second jobs as though that were illegal. It isn’t illegal – and for the record – Representative Robert Fennell isn’t breaking the law owning the Capitol Diner and serving on Beacon Hill. The Herald story described the Capitol...

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Lynn’s foreclosure rate well below neighbors

September 30, 2010
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It is hardly a surprise that foreclosures have caused dozens of Lynn property owners to lose their homes during the past three years. In fact, from August 2009 to August 2010, 50 homes were foreclosed on by their mortgage holders in this city. However, in neighboring Revere the numbers are much larger, with hundreds...

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English looks to build on City Soccer title

September 30, 2010
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The Lynn English girls soccer team enjoyed one of the greatest moments in the program’s history this season when it upset St. Mary’s, 2-1, in the finals of the Lynn City Soccer Tournament. Goalkeeper Lindsay Roy received the Most Valuable Player Award while Shauna Henry and Briana Moreno scored the goals that helped propel...

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Licensing Board to be packed?

September 30, 2010
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The rumor swirling inside hall is that the mayor is seeking to end run those who do not believe the 2:00 a.m. closing hour should be restored. They say that the mayor is not going to reappoint Licensing Board member John Pace, that she will, instead, appoint one of two people apparently being considered...

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Obituaries 09-30-2010

September 30, 2010
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Mildred Clements Of Saugus, formerly of Chelsea Mildred (Daniluk) Clements of Saugus, formerly of Chelsea, died on September 21. She was the loving mother of Gerald Clements of Lynn, Edward Clements of Florida, Wayne Clements of Everett, Ralph Clements and Mark Clements of Saugus; beloved grandmother of nine and great grandmother of nine; sister...

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Striking Similarity – Thompson looks just like Sarah Palin

September 22, 2010
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Striking Similarity – Thompson looks just like Sarah Palin

Cecilia Thompson has never visited Alaska but everywhere she goes people tell her how closely she resembles the state’s most famous resident. Thompson, a graduate of Pickering Junior High and Lynn English High School, is a look-a-like to former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin. The minute Sarah Palin was introduced as...

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Garelick Farms doing right thing says Councillor Capano

September 22, 2010
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Garelick Farms doing right thing says Councillor Capano

At a recent meeting of city officials and members of the leadership of Garelick Farms, it appears that some positives are coming as an outgrowth of the negatives that swirled around for most of last summer. “The Garelick people has assured me, and I believe them, that they are moving forward with a short...

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Outcry from Lynners drowns out support for Lowes project

September 22, 2010
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A meeting last week of Lynn residents living off Highland Avenue by the Salem line produced nothing but angst as officials on both sides of the Salem-Lynn borderline failed to assuage those who believe the planned Lowe’s/Walmart box project is going to ruin home values, cause flooding and intensity traffic. “Everyone in the area...

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