Monthly Archives: May 2012

Coaches Versus Cancer Game a Big Success; Raises $2,000 Cuozzo Pitches Three-hitter in Benefit Game

May 31, 2012
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Coaches Versus Cancer Game a Big Success; Raises $2,000 Cuozzo Pitches Three-hitter in Benefit Game

Chris Warren has played quarterback in the high school Super Bowl at the New England Patriots’ home stadium and led his Lynn Classical softball team to 38 consecutive conference wins. But Wednesday night’s 9-0 win over Lynn English – in which senior pitcher Katie Cuozzo hurled a masterful three-hit shutout – ranks as one...

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Water Rates Remain as Is: The Miracle Continues

May 31, 2012
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Water rates in Lynn for the second year in a row have remained the same. Lynn Water and Sewer Executive Director Dan O’Neill said the stable water rate reveals the full value of conservation efforts as well as efficiencies in delivery systems and in the overall effort to maintain quality service and lower consumer...

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The Summer of 2012

May 31, 2012
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It is impossible to know what awaits us at the beginning of another summer of our lives. With Memorial Day past us, the mystery of the coming summer is upon us in full force. The death last week of Robin Gibb brought to mind the four or five summers of our lives when disco...

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Obituaries 05-29-2012

May 31, 2012
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Patricia Boyer New Hampshire Resident Patricia L. (Roberts) Macchione-Boyer  of Salem NH died unexpectedly on May 20 at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital. She was 54 years old. The loving wife of James Boyer, she also leaves a son and daughter, Vincent Macchione  and Jaime Macchione, both of Revere, her Siblings: Carol Roberts of Lynn,...

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General Electric Employees Break Group-exercise World Record (Unofficial)

May 23, 2012
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General Electric Employees Break Group-exercise World Record (Unofficial)

Four-hundred-and-thirty GE employees gathered at the plant’s walking path today and engaged in a 30-minute, instructor-led stretch-band workout, thus establishing an unofficial world record (pending verification) for the largest resistance-band group exercise. Once the registration is validated by the World Records Academy, this activity will set a new world record in this category (current...

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WFNX Going off Air

May 23, 2012
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WFNX Going off Air

In 1991, the summer going into my freshman year of high school, a monumental event would take place that would reshape music for the first half of that decade. At 7 p.m. on August 29 a raw sound from a Seattle based band that no one on the East Coast had ever heard began...

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Excellence and Achievement: St. Mary’s Senior Marianne Halas Will Study Pre-med at Emmanuel College

May 23, 2012
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Excellence and Achievement: St. Mary’s Senior Marianne Halas Will Study Pre-med at Emmanuel College

St. Mary’s High School senior Marianne Halas will experience mixed emotions when she receives her diploma at commencement ceremonies Thursday night. The Lynn resident and Class of 2012 graduate said she is sad that her four years as a member of the St. Mary’s family will be coming to an end. She will miss...

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Mushroom Lovers Pick in Lynn: Group Travels to Lynn Woods in Search of Popular Food Item

May 23, 2012
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Mushroom lovers united in Lynn over the weekend. The North Shore-based group, Mushroom Lovers U.S.A., convened at Lynn Woods Reservation Saturday to pick mushrooms. “We’re a meet-up group, meetup.com, and our mushroom lovers group has grown from 49 to 193 members the last two years,” said Jean Saunders, a Peabody resident. “We have members...

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A Casino in Lynn?

May 23, 2012
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Two local businesspeople are reaching out to Steve Wynn, the iconic casino developer and one of the world’s richest men to consider coming to Lynn. On its face, the reach out by Patricia Keefe and David Zeller, should be complimented for its savvy. Lynn could use more positive energy like theirs. Even their logo,...

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Obituaries 05-22-2012

May 23, 2012
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Irene ‘Daisy’ Piasecki Retired Fruit Processor Irene P. “Daisy” (Johnson) Piasecki, a lifelong resident of Chelsea, died on May 16. She was 75 years old. A retired fruit processor, having worked at the Lowell Bros. Produce Co. in Chelsea for over 20 years, she was the beloved wife of Joseph E. Piasecki; devoted mother...

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