Monthly Archives: August 2015

LCHC Celebrates National Health Center Week

August 21, 2015
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There was standing room only in Lynn Community Health Center’s Atrium as public officials, community members, health care advocates, and GE representatives joined health center staff for its annual National Health Center Week Celebration. This year the national theme is “Celebrating Our Legacy/Shaping Our Future,” which for the health center this year means bidding...

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Essex Heritage Presents 150+ Free Events Over Trails & Sails

August 21, 2015
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Interested in going on a rare, behind-the-scenes tour of Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site or the Lynn Public Library? Want to examine the ecology of Salem Sound? How about a walk through Lynn Woods to the Stone Tower and Dungeon Rock or an evening stroll through Marblehead to learn about the town’s architectural...

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Sports 08-18-2015

August 21, 2015
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Derek Dana, coach of the Division 3 state champion St. Mary’s High School baseball team, held the first Spartan Baseball Camp at Breed Field. Players learned the fundamentals and techniques of baseball and participated in drills and contests. Dana played high school baseball at St. Mary’s, helping to lead the Spartans to back-to-back state...

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Skip Mageary Honored

August 14, 2015
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Skip Mageary Honored

Lynn’s Skip Mageary throws the first pitch prior to the Mass. State Little League Championship at Wyoma’s Reinfuss Field. The dedicated Wyoma Little League volunteer has given 52 years to the organization and was honored by Little League for his many contributions as a coach, umpire, and administrator.

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Four-Point Play:Amenta Finishes Career at Merrimack with a Perfect 4.0 Grade Point Average

August 14, 2015
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Four-Point Play:Amenta Finishes Career at Merrimack with a Perfect 4.0 Grade Point Average

The transition from high school to college can be difficult. The work load is tougher and the distractions are many. Some of the brightest students stumble a bit before getting their footing. Some never get up. Cassi Amenta did not have that problem. The 2011 St. Mary’s High graduate and member of two state...

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National Amusements Debuts its First Showcase MX4D Theatre

August 14, 2015
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Showcase Cinema de Lux Revere announced the opening of the Showcase MX4D Theatre in its newly refurbished, 20-screen venue. The next generation “MX4D®” theatre will allow movie-goers to experience major motion pictures in an exciting new way, immersing patrons in the action on screen via an array of carefully programmed special effects. Unique features...

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Supporting Bernie for President

August 7, 2015
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Supporting Bernie for President

Sean Crowley (back row, second from left), owner of the Lynnway Sports Center, hosted a political gathering July 29 for Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders at the bowling and sports bar establishment. Sanders, a U.S. Senator from Vermont, addressed 100,000 of his supporters during a special television broadcast that was shown across the country including...

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Sole Mates:Lynn Native Mike Mckie Marries Abby Bent After Meeting at a Running Club in Salem

August 7, 2015
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Sole Mates:Lynn Native Mike Mckie Marries Abby Bent  After Meeting at a Running Club in Salem

Mike McKie finished in first place in the Nahant Beach Triathlon Series last Thursday night. Abby McKie finished second. And yes, they are related. They are husband and wife and it was the sport of running that brought this handsome and athletic couple together. Mike McKie, 48, is a graduate of Lynn Tech (Basic...

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A Feast Fit for Champions:Coach Derek Dana and the Spartans Celebrate Their State Baseball Title

August 7, 2015
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A Feast Fit for Champions:Coach Derek Dana and the Spartans Celebrate Their State Baseball Title

The St. Mary’s High School baseball team celebrated its 2015 state championship season at an awards banquet Tuesday night at The Wharf in Revere. Head coach Derek Dana presented awards, including a replica of the MIAA state championship plaque, to each member of the team that compiled a 20-6 record, culminating with a 3-0...

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The Boston Public Market has Arrived

August 7, 2015
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There is no shortage of newness in the Old Town these days, and last Thursday, July 30, city and state officials rang in the newest trend to hit Boston – the Boston Public Market, the nation’s first year-round, locally sourced market. Whether one desires to buy 14 varieties of lettuce grown in shipping containers...

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