Monthly Archives: June 2011

Lynn Chamber of Commerce Leads Effort to Keep City in Sixth Congressional District

June 7, 2011
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Lynn Chamber of Commerce Leads Effort to Keep City in Sixth Congressional District

Massachusetts will lose one of its ten congressional seats in 2013 and Lynn business leaders don’t want to see the city’s current home, the Sixth District, incorporated into another district or eliminated entirely. The Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce (LACC) is leading a major effort to inform residents about the importance of the redistricting...

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A New Leash on Life – Joe Ferraro is Training Dogs at Pet Express in Lynn

June 7, 2011
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New England’s most illustrious dog trainer has arrived in Lynn. Joe Ferraro, who has been training dogs for more than three decades, is now conducting dog training courses at the Pet Express store on the Lynnway. Ferraro and his wife Linda own and operate K9 Academy New England, one of the fastest growing dog...

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Redistricting Requires Lynn as Part of North Shore

June 7, 2011
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The Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce is leading an important effort to maintain Lynn’s presence in the Sixth Congressional District and the continuity of the district. Ralph Sevinor, chairman of the LACC board, and Taso Nikolakopoulos, chairman of the government affairs committee, are leading the effort under the overall coordination of the Chamber and...

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The Bruins

June 7, 2011
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The Bruins are not dead yet. If they lose Monday night, they are nearly dead. If they win, they remain very much alive. The sudden death goal scored against them in the second game was an old trick done well. Coming around from the back of the net and then reaching and straining and...

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Play of the Game – Byrne Starts a Brilliant Double Play

June 7, 2011
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If she didn’t make the play look so ordinary, you would have thought it was extraordinary. But those fans who have been watching Lynn Classical shortstop Hannah Byrne play softball the past four years weren’t surprised when she turned a hard-hit trap-hop grounder into an inning-ending double play in the Rams’ 7-0 win over...

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Obituaries 06-07-2011

June 7, 2011
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Winnifred Joyce Johnson Former long time Star Market employee Winnifred Joyce Johnson of Saugus died on June 2. She was 84 years old. The wife of the late Carl G. Johnson, she grew up in Everett and was the daughter of the late Laura Vinchesi.  She was a resident of Saugus for 60 years,...

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