Monthly Archives: April 2012

Tisei is Gaining Momentum in His Race for Sixth District Congressional Seat

April 24, 2012
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Tisei is Gaining Momentum in His Race for Sixth District Congressional Seat

Former state senator Richard Tisei is off and running in the race for the Sixth District congressional seat. Since announcing his decision to run last fall, the 49-year-old Tisei has made several appearances in Lynn and he appears to be building support throughout the city. At the St. Patrick’s Day Hibernians Road Race held...

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Friends Forever: English Softball Captains Newhall and Della Zoppa Will Attend the University of New Hampshire

April 24, 2012
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Friends Forever: English Softball Captains Newhall and Della Zoppa Will Attend the University of New Hampshire

They have been classmates since elementary school and their lifelong friendship will continue when they attend the University of New Hampshire. But Lynn English seniors Taylor Newhall and Jessica Della Zoppa aren’t ready to head to the Granite State just yet. As second-year captains of the English softball team, they’re hoping to conclude their...

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Tisei Versus Tierney

April 24, 2012
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Democratic Congressman John Tierney will have his hands full facing former state senator Richard Tisei, the liberal republican who is running against the congressman who represents Lynn. Tisei, who has been out of the senate for two years, spent two decades in the senate. He was a very popular and active senator. Recently, he...

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Obituaries 04-24-2012

April 24, 2012
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Francis Codair GE Retiree Francis J. Codair, a lifelong resident of Lynn, died Wednesday at home surrounded by his loving family. He was 91 years old. The beloved husband of the late Dorothy E. (Briffett) Codair, he was born in Lynn, son of the late Frank G. and Jane (O’Donovan) Codair. He graduated from...

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Expensive Gasoline an Issue for Every Household

April 17, 2012
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Expensive Gasoline an Issue for Every Household

Like many of our readers, my wife an I each have an automobile which we use everyday to get to work and to do our thing with the kids. We’re not big drivers. Last year, my wife put 15,000 miles on our Volvo station wagon. I put 14,000 miles on my Toyota Camry. With...

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Guy Moley Plans Fundraiser to Honor the Memory of His Mother

April 17, 2012
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Guy Moley Plans Fundraiser to Honor the Memory of His Mother

When Irene Comeau lost her battle to esophageal cancer in 2008 at the age of 61, her son, Guy Moley, decided that he wanted to do something significant to honor her life. Moley planned his first Mom’s Cancer Fighting Angels fundraiser in conjunction with the American Cancer Society’s Relay to Life, an overnight walk...

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On the Road Back: Injured in a Powder Puff Game, Lynn Classical Track Star Mcguffie Receives Scholarship to Merrimack

April 17, 2012
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This was supposed to Hulerie McGuffie’s signature senior season in the Lynn Classical High School girls track program. A state individual championship, NEC titles, All-Scholastic honors, and a Division 1 track scholarship were reachable goals. There were many who felt her final indoor and outdoor track seasons would lead to her recognition as the...

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Crossing the Lynnway a Dangerous, Deadly Act

April 17, 2012
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The death Saturday morning of an elderly man hit by a car while crossing the Lynnway to get to Walmart is a tragedy of the first order. He was doing nothing wrong but crossing a major highway without the aid of traffic lights or a cross walk. He was not alone. Others were with...

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Susan Halter

April 17, 2012
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Lynn Arts Director Susan Halter is leaving her job. This is a loss for Lynn Arts and for the city as Halter is one of those rare people with energy, intelligence and vision – not to mention her understanding of art. She is leaving Lynn Arts to become the Executive Director of the Cultural...

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The Red Sox

April 17, 2012
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The Boston Red Sox have gone from zeros to heroes among the faithful members of Red Sox Nation in a matter of three games. The fickle nature of Red Sox fans has never been more apparent than this year. And so it goes for baseball fans and the Boston Red Sox who now appear...

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