Monthly Archives: October 2010

Barton named Licensing Board chairwoman

October 6, 2010
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Mayor Judith Flanagan-Kennedy has named Patricia Barton to head the city’s Licensing Commission, replacing John Pace, whose term had ended. At the same time, the mayor replaced License Chairman Richard Coppinger, naming Barton chairwoman. Coppinger said he would continue serving with Barton and Michael Phelps. The mayor said she wasn’t looking for specific points...

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Memory Lanes Lynn City Bowling League begins 56th season

October 6, 2010
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The Lynn City Bowling League is rolling along for the 56th consecutive year. Thirty-two bowlers, 22 men and 10 women, are keeping the tradition alive each Saturday at three candlepin bowling establishments, Jim Barber’s Lucky Strike Lanes, Lynnway Sportscenter, and Metro Bowl in Peabody. Carmen Arinella, his wife, Dorothy Arinella, and Dan Jemery are...

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Hail, Andrew Fila

October 6, 2010
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Lynn English High School will not be the same without Andrew Fila. The longtime principal, a great moving force for achievement at the high school, will be sorely missed now that he has retired. His announcement sent by e-mail to his staff came as a great shock. At English High School, and throughout this...

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The waterfront

October 6, 2010
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Has anyone in a position of responsibility thought of drawing up a plan for the development of the waterfront and then having a competition and awarding the right to the bidder willing to invest the most? That’s how the Lynn waterfront achieves is destiny. An investment by individuals here and there won’t lead to...

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Obituaries 10-06-2010

October 6, 2010
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Augustus Adam ‘Gus’ Archis GE Retiree, member of many veterans organizations Augustus Adam “Gus” Archis died in Port Charlotte, Florida on July 20. He was 87 years old. Born in Salem on January 23, 1923, he was the son of the late Joseph and Valaria (Rostkowska) Archis and the husband of the late Jane...

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