Monthly Archives: February 2012

Everette, Latimer Will Miss Tournament

February 29, 2012
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Everette, Latimer Will Miss Tournament

The Lynn English girls basketball team will be missing two key players when it meets Everett High in its opening game in the State Tournament tonight at the Paul Cavanagh Fieldhouse. Top reserve forwards Makayla Everette, a sophomore, and Dolores Latimer, a junior, will sit out the post season due to injuries. Everette is...

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Galeazzi Rules: Dave Galeazzi Referees as His Daughter Franki Shines for the NEC North Division All-stars

February 29, 2012
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Galeazzi Rules: Dave Galeazzi Referees as His Daughter Franki Shines for the NEC North Division All-stars

His daughter is one of Lynn’s best all-around athletes, so exceptionally talented that she could potentially play three different sports in college. He is a former high school basketball player and coach who returned to basketball officiating last year. Until Friday night Dave Galeazzi had been connected to his daughter Franki’s hoop career as...

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EHS Students Disciplined for After School Fight

February 29, 2012
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A fight last week between two English High School students has led to discipline for all those who watched and urged on the fight which was also videoed and placed on You Tube by one of the students who was watching The 27 students will apparently be suspended from school for one to three...

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The Punishment Fit The Crime

February 29, 2012
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After a great deal of deliberation and shared ideas from the police chief, the school superintendent and the mayor’s office, it was decided that all those who were present and took part in the fight between two Lynn English High School girls should receive suspensions from school. The broadcast of that 8 minute fight...

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Obituaries 02-28-2012

February 29, 2012
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Michael Labuk Of New Hampshire, formerly of Lynn Michael T. Labuk of Glen, NH, formerly of Lynn, died at Salem Hospital on February 25 after a long illness. He was 63 years old. A graduate of the Lynn School System, he was employed as a letter carrier for the Peabody Post Office for 33...

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Sacred Heart School’s Beloved Sister Theresa Pond Retires

February 21, 2012
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Sacred Heart School’s Beloved Sister Theresa Pond Retires

Sister Theresa Pond, a Sister of St. Joseph for 66 years, is retiring after 44 years at Sacred Heart School. Sister Theresa began her teaching career at Sacred Heart in 1968 as a seventh grade teacher. A truly gifted educator, Sister Theresa struck a delicate balance between discipline and compassion. She enjoyed challenging her...

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The City’s Future is All Brendan Crighton

February 21, 2012
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The City’s Future is All Brendan Crighton

When you are talking with Councillor Brendan Crighton, you are talking with the next generation whose full effect will be felt when that generation is ultimately running this city. Crighton, 28, is well educated, well spoken, well versed in the lingua franca of government and what’s best, he’s got this city on his mind....

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Lynncam Moving into New Studio Space

February 21, 2012
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Lynncam, the city’s popular cable/community access/media station, is moving from its present location into the former St. Jean’s Credit Union at 527 Western Avenue, according to Cassie Vitali, Executive Director of the station and the Board of Directors. “On behalf of the dedicated men and women working for Lynncam, I would like to say...

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The MBTA Madness

February 21, 2012
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The MBTA is suggesting that if the cost for a daily ride can increase by 25%, then services can remain in tact, with no reductions anywhere. This move is highly suspect because the T needs to raise enormous amounts of money to pay for two decades of excesses. Salaries are too high. Health insurance...

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The US Postal Service and the .50 Cent Stamp

February 21, 2012
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The US Postal service is attempting to cut a $13 billion loss it will accrue this year. So it is preparing to close thousands of postal outlets, layoff perhaps 100,000 postal employees and raise the cost of mailing a letter to .50 cents. All of that is expected to cut the deficit by about...

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