Monthly Archives: April 2014

Annual Science Fair

April 29, 2014
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Annual Science Fair

The Sacred Heart School Middle School held its annual Science Fair. Rebecca Smalley is pictured with her first place project, Guitar Fundamentals.

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John and Jean Hoffman Celebrate Their 50th Wedding Anniversary

April 29, 2014
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John and Jean Hoffman Celebrate Their 50th Wedding Anniversary

John Hoffman and Jean (Finnell) Hoffman met 53 years ago at an insurance company in Boston where both were working. Three years later in 1964 they were married. Prior to their wedding, John Hoffman served two years in the U.S. Army, including a stint in New Dehli, India. “I got out in January and...

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John Ford Won’t Run for State Rep

April 29, 2014
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John Ford Won’t Run for State Rep

School Committee member John Ford announced Monday that he will not be a candidate for the vacant state representative seat in the Eleventh District that includes Lynn and Nahant. Ford, 68, was considered a formidable candidate for the position that was previously held by Steve Walsh. Ford has served as an aide to Walsh...

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Wynn Resorts Announces Agreement with Lynn

April 29, 2014
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Wynn Resorts announces that it has signed surrounding community agreements with Cambridge and Medford and neighboring community agreements with Lynn and Melrose for its proposed five-star resort in Everett. The communities join Malden, which entered into a surrounding community agreement with Wynn in 2013. “A Wynn resort will have a positive impact on people...

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Lynn Schools Should Welcome Back Saugus High to the NEC

April 29, 2014
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Lynn high school principals Gene Constantino (Classical) and Thomas Strangie (English) and directors of athletics Bill Devin (Classical) and Gary Molea (English) have a very important decision upcoming about the request by Saugus High to return as a member of the Northeastern Conference. As Lynn sports fans know, Saugus decided to leave the NEC...

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General Electric Employees Help out at Kiley Park

April 21, 2014
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General Electric Employees Help out at Kiley Park

General Electric of Lynn employees joined with DPW Associate Commissioner Lisa Nerich in a cleanup and landscaping effort at Lynn Shore Little League’s Kiley Park. Pictured in the photos are some of the many GE personnel who participated in the volunteer effort.

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Koudanis Announces for State Representative

April 21, 2014
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Koudanis Announces for State Representative

Atkaterini Panagiotakis Koudanis has scheduled a campaign fundraiser at the Brick Yard Bar and Grill for tomorrow night (Wednesday, April 23) at which time she will announce her candidacy for state representative in the Eleventh Essex District including West Lynn and Nahant. “I’m expecting a good crowd of people with diverse backgrounds,” said Koudanis....

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Egg Hunt

April 21, 2014
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Egg Hunt

Many local children turned out for the Camp Fire North Shore’s Annual Egg Hunt. Some even had their faces painted for the occasion.

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Lynn’s Meghan Phelan in World Championships of Irish Dance

April 21, 2014
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Lynn’s Meghan Phelan in World Championships of Irish Dance

Meghan Phelan, 17, of Lynn is in London, England this week to compete in the World Championships of Irish Dancing. After a year of successfully competing at the New England Regional’s and U.S. National Championships, Phelan became one of the few dancers from the United States to qualify and be eligible to compete against...

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Transportation Bond Bill Has Lots for Lynn

April 21, 2014
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When Governor Deval Patrick signed the $12.8 billion Transportation Bond bill, he authorized a slate of projects that included $3.57 million in improvement for Lynn and another $4 million for a design and feasibility that will look at the potential for connecting Lynn to Route 1 more directly. In all five Lynn projects were...

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