Monthly Archives: October 2010

Lynn English easily defeats Revere Patriots, 42-7, at Revere, Oct. 22, 2010

October 26, 2010
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Lynn English easily defeats Revere Patriots, 42-7, at Revere, Oct. 22, 2010

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Sullivan tours a vastly changed beachfront

October 25, 2010
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Sullivan tours a vastly changed beachfront

On a blustery day when it felt very much like fall, Department of Conservation and Recreation Commissioner Rick Sullivan made an inspection of the Lynn/Nahant beachfront. He inspected the clean-up operation going on to rid the railings and cement walkways of seaweed, the repainting of light poles and the general condition that exists along...

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Buck Spurr helps produce Nov. 5 Rat Pack show in Lynn

October 25, 2010
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Buck Spurr helps produce Nov. 5 Rat Pack show in Lynn

Buck Spurr is a legend in the entertainment business, having managed numerous stars and worked in film distribution at Paramount Pictures. Spurr is focusing his professional efforts on Lynn as the assistant to the producer (Dick Feeney) of the upcoming Las Vegas production of “The Rat Pack,” which will be staged on Friday, Nov....

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Much ado about nothing

October 25, 2010
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Patricia Barton’s appointment to the License Commission by Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy will not go down in history as a profile in courage. Patricia Barton and her brother Buzzy Barton were strong supporters of the mayor in her bid to run Chip Clancy out of office. So we know the Bartons and the Kennedy...

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Down to the wire

October 25, 2010
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With the election next week, many of you who plan to vote already know who you will be voting for and why. The onslaught of radio and television advertisements and the general overhanded nature of newspaper and Internet coverage, will not further persuade or dissuade those who are already satisfied with the choices they...

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Obituaries 10-25-2010

October 25, 2010
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Geraldine Reardon Swampscott resident Geraldine V. Reardon of Swampscott, formerly of Lynn, died October 20. She was 66 years old. A homemaker who lived in Lynn for 30 years before moving to Swampscott five years ago, she was the wife of the late William T. Reardon. She was born and raised in Lowell, the...

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Lynn Residents Make Strides Against Breast Cancer

October 21, 2010
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Lynn Residents Make Strides Against Breast Cancer

On Sunday, October 3, ‘Terrie’s Angels’ of Lynn headed into Boston to participate in the American Cancer Society’s 18th annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk. Some 40,000 people gathered along the Charles River Esplanade to raise awareness and $3 million to fight breast cancer. Making Strides Against Breast Cancer supports the American Cancer...

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Who is placing pipe bombs on the Lynn-Swampscott line?

October 21, 2010
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Lynn and Swampscott police are baffled over three recent incidents involving pipe bombs and propane tanks on the Lynn-Swampscott line. According to police, there is an apparent connection between all three incidents – which have caused police and area residents living on Collins Street. Police believe the bomb maker is targeting victims. However police...

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Strangie appointed English principal

October 21, 2010
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Thomas Strangie has been appointed the principal of English High School, Lynn Superintendent of Schools Catherine Latham has announced. Latham was expected to appoint Strangie despite apparently looking for others who might fit the bill. Strangie replaces Andrew Fila. Fila retired two weeks ago after working for 45 years in the Lynn school system....

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Holding court on the gridiron – WHS hoop coach Dave Brown enjoys success as Pop Warner leader

October 21, 2010
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Dave Brown had a great experience playing football in the East Lynn Pop Warner organization. So when East Lynn president Duke Wilson approached Brown about coaching this season, Brown welcomed the opportunity to give something back to the group who helped him develop his talents as an athlete and a person. Brown, a star...

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