Monthly Archives: November 2010

Friends roast legendary comedian Bob Seibel

November 8, 2010
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Friends roast legendary comedian Bob Seibel

Bob Seibel will be 69 years old on Thanksgiving and Sunday night he was roasted like a turkey. And the beloved comedian seemed to enjoy every one of the needles and barbs that his colleagues in show business directed at him during a two-hour laughfest and lovefest at The Comedy Club at Cheers in...

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Lynners go for Patrick and Democrats in election

November 8, 2010
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When push came to shove, Lynn voters chose Democrats over Republicans in almost every instance on the ballot in balloting last Tuesday. Voting the person instead of the economic policy, Governor Deval Patrick stopped a bid by Swampscott businessman Charlie Baker. Patrick won an impressive victory here beating our next door neighbor 11,436 to...

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Buzzy Barton puts a twist on the upcoming race

November 8, 2010
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The entrance of Buzzy Barton into the At-Large mix changes the face of that upcoming race. Barton is on the rise. He is in with the mayor, and even if she doesn’t have the power to propel him, there are enough Flanagan-Kennedy supporters who all worked to get rid of Chip Clancy who will...

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The governor’s victory

November 8, 2010
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In a working class city such as ours, the governor’s campaign message resonated. His plea to voters was to help people who need it, to treat people as human beings not as numbers on a Charlie Baker spread sheet. The strategy worked. The governor won and Baker’s ambition to cause a lot of hurt...

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Congrats to Donald Wong

November 8, 2010
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He’s one of the few Republicans to be swept into local office here on the coattails of a great Democratic sweep. He’s Donald Wong, the newly elected Representative from Saugus who will be representing Lynnfield Street and its environs. He won a close race against Rep. Mark Falzone, who will be re-entering what former...

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Obituaries 11-08-2010

November 8, 2010
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Helen Clay Maine resident Helen M. Clay, of Freedom, Maine died at Maine General Medical Center, Augusta Campus, on October 7. She was 57 years old. She was born January 10, 1953 in Peabody, daughter of Norbert Landry and Rita (LaFrance) Landry. She was the daughter of he late, Norbert Landry; sister of the...

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‘Classical downs Revere on the road with ease, 43-27, on Oct. 29, 2010; Moves to 7-1 on the year.

November 2, 2010
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‘Classical downs Revere on the road with ease, 43-27, on Oct. 29, 2010; Moves to 7-1 on the year.

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The Local Chapter – NSCC health counselor Al-Chokhachy will speak about her new book Nov. 3

November 1, 2010
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The Local Chapter – NSCC health counselor Al-Chokhachy will speak about her new book Nov. 3

Elissa Al-Chokhachy, a health care counselor at North Shore Community College in Lynn, will be talking about her new book, Miraculous Moments: True Stories Affirming That Life Goes On, on Wednesday, November 3 at 7 p.m. inside the Thomas McGee Gymnasium on the NSCC campus. Al-Chokhachy’s book is a compilation of 88 stories from...

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Communication problems between the Mayor and the City Council

November 1, 2010
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When you ask around the city about former Cemetery Superintendent James Barr almost everyone says the same things about him. He is described as a sometimes difficult man, gruff in nature, but dedicated to his city job and helpful to all those who asked. Council President Tim Phelan said Barr was a tireless city...

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Kipp School project opposed by two groups

November 1, 2010
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Two groups are attempting to stop the KIPP Academy from buying the VFW Post 507 property on High Rock Street in an attempt to stop Kipp from building there. Kipp announced some months ago that they would be buying the defunct VFW Post property and would be building a $25 million educational facility that...

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