Monthly Archives: March 2013

Obituaries 03-19-2013

March 19, 2013
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Viola Pierson Retired Medical Secretary Viola J. (Maciak) Pierson of Lynn died at a local nursing home after a long illness on March 14. She was 91 years old. A Medical Secretary for Dr. Henry in Lynn for many years, she lived in Ohio, Illinois and California and travelled to different parts of Europe...

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Tanairy’s Beauty Salon Opens in Wyoma Square

March 12, 2013
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Tanairy’s Beauty Salon Opens in Wyoma Square

Frances Martinez, executive director of the North Shore Latino Business Association, said Saturday’s grand opening of Tanairy’s Beauty Salon in Wyoma Square was an historic event for the district. “This is the first Latino-owned business in Wyoma Square and this shows how the community is changing and how Latinos are reaching out to all...

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Lozzi Announces Candidacy for Re-election to Council

March 12, 2013
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Lozzi Announces Candidacy for Re-election to Council

Ward 1 City Councilor Wayne Lozzi announced his candidacy for re-election at a campaign fundraising event March 4 at Old Tyme Italian Cuisine Restaurant. Lozzi, who has been a city councilor for 10 years, will be seeking his sixth term in office. During his remarks to a room full of supporters, Lozzi cited some...

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Tori Faieta to Play in NCAA Basketball Tournament

March 12, 2013
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Lynn’s Tori Faieta is ready for the Big Dance. Faieta and her Stonehill College teammates will open play in the East Regional of the NCAA Division 2 Women’s Basketball Tournament Friday (2:30 p.m.) against Franklin Pierce at the Dana Center on the campus of Bentley University in Waltham. Stonehill is the No. 2 seed...

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Federal Sequester

March 12, 2013
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The deadline passed last Friday when mandated cuts to the federal programs started to take place. While many entitlements that are the budget busters were spared, the across the board budget cuts hit programs in public schools, transportation, the military and Head Start.  Mayor Judith Flanagan is assessing the impact of the cuts to...

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Obituaries 03-12-2013

March 12, 2013
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Ernest Therrien Eastern Bank Retiree, All Star Pitcher, Semi Pro Football Player, Avid Environmentalist and Fisherman Ernest V. Therrien of Lynn died March 9 at the Life Care Center of the North Shore after a brief illness. He was 75 years old. Born in Lynn, the son of the late Philip J. and Irene...

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Lynn Rotary Honors Students

March 5, 2013
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Lynn Rotary Honors Students

The Lynn Rotary Club honored outstanding eighth grade students in the Lynn schools at a luncheon at the Porthole Restaurant. Front row, from left, are Gabelys Rodriguez (Pickering School), Michelle Scuzzarella (Breed Middle School), and Belen Novoa (Sacred Heart School). Back row, from left, are Jordan Brown (Marshall Middle School), Joshua Tendo (St. Pius...

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Sarah Jackson Named Coordinator of Private Partnerships for Lynn Schools

March 5, 2013
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Sarah Jackson Named Coordinator of Private Partnerships for Lynn Schools

Lynn resident Sarah Jackson has begun working in her new job as coordinator of private partnerships for the Lynn public schools. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Catherine Latham appointed Jackson to the position and the School Committee unanimously approved her appointment to a one-year consulting contact. Jackson was formally introduced at the School Committee meeting...

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Cotter Promoted to Sergeant in Lynn Police Department

March 5, 2013
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Cotter Promoted to Sergeant in Lynn Police Department

Paul Cotter was sworn in as a sergeant in the Lynn Police Department during a ceremony held Feb. 26 in the office of Lynn Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy. Cotter, 36, has been a Lynn police officer for 11 years. He attended Sisson and Pickering Schools in Lynn and graduated from Essex Agricultural School. He...

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St. Mary’s Boys Basketball

March 5, 2013
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St. Mary’s High School boys basketball star Tommy Deveau of Lynn is pictured in action for the Spartans in their 63-46 win over Winthrop in the State Tournament. Deveau has been a force in the tournament with 39 points in two games.

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