Monthly Archives: November 2010

An Appetite For Giving

November 30, 2010
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An Appetite For Giving

Families helping Families, a charitable organization that helps families in need, distributed 150 turkeys to Lynn residents for the thanksgiving holiday. shown at the turkey giveaway that was held at molly’s tavern on Lewis street are rafael subero, president of the Lynn restaurant association; michael Dalton, president of Families helping Families, shelagh Dalton; patricia reed,...

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The life of a 200 year-old desk: The Bacheller Desk at the Lynn Museum

November 30, 2010
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The life of a 200 year-old desk: The Bacheller Desk at the Lynn Museum

The Lynn Museum received a cherished gift on October 22, 2010. Milton H. Bacheller, Jr., and his wife, Suzanne Bacheller, Plainville, MA brought not only a Federal period desk to the museum, but brought with it a bound history of the life of the desk starting from its hand-crafting in about 1800. The desk...

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Truth and controversy

November 30, 2010
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The Probation Department has been run into the ground, according to Judge Paul Ware, an independent counsel who wrote a detailed report revealing exactly how the department has been abused. That report has caused shockwaves throughout the halls of the State House as a number of legislators have been named as chief among those...

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Carrasco asks Committee to ‘consider’ a dress code

November 30, 2010
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Lynn School Committeewoman Maria Carrasco has been seeking affirmation from her colleagues on the board about the benefits of a dress code. “I’m just asking the school committee to consider it,” she said recently. Only the areas parochial schools presently require dress codes. Mayor Judith Flanagan-Kennedy has already informed the School Committee that Massachusetts...

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McDonald powers English to 22-12 victory

November 30, 2010
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The Thanksgiving game won’t be Tyllor McDonald’s last appearance at Manning Field. Lynn English’s senior quarterback will no doubt be back calling signals in the Agganis Football Classic in July. But as a career closer at English, McDonald’s performance on the holiday will rank up there with the greats who have proudly worn the...

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Obituaries 11-30-2010

November 30, 2010
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Thomas Marchione Retired Realtor and artist Thomas A. Marchione of Chelsea died on November 23. He was 93 years old. Born in Brighton, he was the son of the late Louis and Amelia (Costanza) Marchione. He was raised in Medford and graduated from Medford High School, Class of 1936. During Mr. Marchione’s life time,...

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A driving force: Ferrari family honored by St. Mary’s

November 22, 2010
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A driving force: Ferrari family honored by St. Mary’s

St. Mary’s High School girls soccer coach Jim Foley had the words to fit the honor at Sunday night’s breakup banquet: a real special award for a real special family. Foley was about to present an award of appreciation to the Ferrari family of Lynn, who has been an integral part of the school...

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And that’s the way it was… – The noted author Gore Vidal has said that fiction is truth. In the fictional recreation of the day JFK died by Joshua Resnek that follows, fiction is indeed, truth.

November 22, 2010
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And that’s the way it was… – The noted author Gore Vidal has said that fiction is truth. In the fictional recreation of the day JFK died by Joshua Resnek that follows, fiction is indeed, truth.

I first met Walter Cronkite in the early afternoon, November 22, 1963. I was 13 years old. We met briefly on the day that President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. I was a newly minted freshman at Ocean City High School, built high on a hill overlooking the Atlantic in 1912...

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Lynn man held without bail in attack on great-grandmother

November 22, 2010
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The Lynn great-grandmother who was allegedly beaten and bludgeoned by a purse snatcher is recovering from her ordeal – with much of those who have heard of her story shocked at the crime but left uplifted by her positive attitude. Mrs. Geneva Sozanski, 89, who was beaten outside her Eastern Avenue home, said Friday...

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Water main break on Lynnway repaired; flooding causes havoc

November 22, 2010
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Lynners using the Lynnway were treated to yet another disastrous traffic tie-up Friday when a 10 inch water main broke underneath the Lynnway by Shephard Street, causing a sinkhole to drop the road level in the immediate area about a half foot, closing businesses and the roadway as well. By Sunday, the sinkhole and...

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