Monthly Archives: October 2011

St. Pius Parish Cleanup Of Magnolia Park

October 25, 2011
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St. Pius Parish Cleanup Of Magnolia Park

The St. Pius Parish, in commemoration of its 100th anniversary, is giving back to the community. members of St. Pius Parish conducted a cleanup of Magno­lia Park Saturday.        

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On the Campaign Trail

October 25, 2011
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On the Campaign Trail

Host of happy Tim Phelan sign holders during a visibility recently held in Austin park. The election is moving to an end with an intensification of campaigning – and this is an example of that extra push being made throughout the city.

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Democratic Unity Meeting Draws Large Crowd

October 25, 2011
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Democratic Unity Meeting Draws Large Crowd

A huge crowd packed the city’s Democratic Unity breakfast at the Porthole Restaurant early Sunday morning. Congressman John Tierney, State Treasurer Steve Grossman and our state delegation – State Senator Tom McGee and State Representatives Robert Fennell and Steve Walsh – headlined the event, which drew all of the candidates for the US Senate...

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Minus a Rib, an Athlete Becomes Complete

October 25, 2011
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Minus a Rib, an Athlete Becomes Complete

Dante Vinciarelli is a senior at St. Mary’s High School where he has played football, ice hockey, and baseball. He is also a national-caliber judo competitor who had Olympic aspirations. But that dream and his high school athletic career were sidetracked last December when he was diagnosed with a serious health problem. Vinciarelli underwent...

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Halloween

October 25, 2011
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Everyone in this city with kids will be out and about on Halloween. Huge throngs of kids and their parents or kids just by themselves come out to ask for candy throughout our major neighborhoods. This places an impossible task on our local police so we are urging parents and kids alike to exercise...

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It is About Healing: Fundraiser Planned to Help John Calnan Fight Colon Cancer

October 25, 2011
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It is About Healing: Fundraiser Planned to Help John Calnan Fight Colon Cancer

John Calnan is a well known, well liked, hard working Lynn family man. He owns his own construction company and during the past five years, like many of us affected by the recession, he’s had to struggle to care for family and to manage his finances. At the end of September, Calnan started feeling...

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Shame on Tim Bassett

October 25, 2011
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Everyone in Lynn in politics or in a position of responsibility over the past two decades has come to know Tim Bassett. He has been characterized in the Boston press as a former Lynn pol. Last week, he hit the jackpot – but not the jackpot former Lynn pols want to score on. He...

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Obituaries 10-25-2011

October 25, 2011
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Lawrence ‘Buzzy’ Salvatore Former Lynn and Swampscott Barber Shop Owner Lawrence J. “Buzzy” Salvatore of Peabody, formerly of Revere, died October 21 at the Kaplan Family Hospice House in Danvers following a brief illness. He was 76 years old. Born in Revere, he was the son of the late Pasquale and Mary (Paone) Salvatore...

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Community Leaders Tour Mary Baker Eddy House

October 18, 2011
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Community Leaders Tour Mary Baker Eddy House

State Sen. Thomas McGee, Councilor-at-Large Dan Cahill, and Gardy Jean-Francois, aide to Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy joined community leaders on a tour Saturday to celebrate the completion of the exterior restoration of the Mary Baker Eddy Historic House at 12 Broad St. in Lynn. Mary Baker Eddy is the founder of the Christian Science...

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Julie Warner Joins Jewish Rehabilitation Center’s Short-term Rehabilitation Team

October 18, 2011
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Julie Warner Joins Jewish Rehabilitation Center’s Short-term Rehabilitation Team

Julie Warner has joined the Short-term Rehabilitation team at Aviv Centers for Living’s Jew­ish Rehabilitation Center as a Physical Therapy Assistant. She brings four years of outpatient and home care experience to her new post. Warner received her BA in Athletic Training at Salem State University. “I love the team here,” says Warner. An...

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