Monthly Archives: January 2011

Town and Gown

January 25, 2011
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Town and Gown

English graduates Saltzman and Curtis tie the knot after successful collegiate athletic careers in Cambridge They are shining examples for the Lynn public school system, two graduates of Lynn English High School who went on to college and worked hard to achieve in the classroom, while spending countless hours training and practicing fortheir collegiate sports....

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Chelsea Man Kills Woman; dumps Body in Lynn

January 25, 2011
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A 27-year old Chelsea man confined to a mental health facility in Revere apparently killed a 25-year old Peabody woman who was caring for him last Thursday. Deshawn Chapell repeatedly stabbed Stephanie Moulton inside the North Suffolk Mental Health facility on Ocean Avenue. According to Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley, he drove Moulton...

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Clancy Bests Barton in Harassment Suit

January 25, 2011
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With Councillor at Large Buzzy Barton’s considerable help, Mayor Judith Flanagan-Kennedy pushed former Mayor Chip Clancy out of public life and into retirement. It was a big victory for Barton, who often felt done in by the ex-mayor when he was still in office. Now comes word from the Federal Court that Clancy has...

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Salem Approves Lowes Project as Expected

January 25, 2011
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The city of Salem’s approval of the Lowes development on Highland Avenue is a fait accompli. All the complaining this city wants to do will not reverse the approval. There may be temporary injunctive relief the city can seek in court and for a while, the development might be stopped. In the end, however,...

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Obituaries 01-25-2011

January 25, 2011
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Marie Wonoski Avid Red Sox Fan Marie (DiStacio) Wonoski of East Boston, formerly of Lynn, died on January 20 after a long illness. She was an avid Red Sox fan and finally seeing the sox win it all twice made her happy. She was the loving mother of Donald DiNicola and his wife, Pam,...

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Martin Luther King Day Brings All of us Together

January 18, 2011
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Martin Luther King Day Brings All of us Together

The 25th Annual Martin Luther King Day was celebrated in Lynn with a major event sponsored by the Community Minority Cultural Center. Held at Lynn City Hall on Monday morning, the event drew hundreds of people from all walks of life who came to remember the legacy of the late Dr. Martin Luther King....

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Long-time Political Printing Business Shuts its Doors

January 18, 2011
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Long-time Political Printing Business Shuts its Doors

A regional political landmark business on Beach Street in Revere closed last week after decades and decades of serving politicians in Lynn and the surrounding area. Art-Tone Studios, a screen printing shop that has been open for 50 years, has been printing political bumper stickers and other campaign literature for generations, and the businesses’...

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Classical Girls Basketball Team is on Pace for Tourney Berth

January 18, 2011
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Classical Girls Basketball Team is on Pace for Tourney Berth

You could call the Lynn Classical girls basketball team a “surprising” 7-3 at the midway point ofthe season but Rams teams led by head coach Tom Sawyer have made a habit of exceeding expectations. Classical is on pace for a berth in the State Tournament after besting Swampscott, 44-30, Friday night on the Rams’...

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Alice O’Neil

January 18, 2011
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Alice O’Neil

By Josh Resnek and Cary Shuman Alice O’Neil, by every stretch of the imagination, was a legendary figure in the life and times of youth sports in this city for 40 years. Because of her leadership and interest in the youth of this city, many Lynn Little League baseball players had a great experience...

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The Storm Aftermath

January 18, 2011
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That was a real storm last week. Lynn got buried, as we all have come to know. Snowfall here was heavier than in Boston – which was heavy. Snow removal was a fulltime job for a few days. The plowing here is so constant that no matter how many times some of us would...

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