Monthly Archives: January 2016

St.Mary’s Basketball at the Garden

January 28, 2016
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St.Mary’s Basketball at the Garden

St. Mary’s girls basketball coach Jeff Newhall talks to the team during a timeout at the TD Garden in Boston. The Spartans beat Lexington, 55-42, in the contest, part of the Good Sports Invitational.

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Hair’s to You,Ramon:Santana is Thriving at Roosters in Lynnfield

January 28, 2016
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Hair’s to You,Ramon:Santana is Thriving at Roosters in Lynnfield

By Cary Shuman Roosters Men’s Grooming Center has been in operation for more that two-and-half years at Market Street, an open-air lifestyle center in Lynnfield that features clothing stores, restaurants, a ten-pin bowling establishment, and much more. Lynn resident Ramon Santana, 27, has worked at Roosters for 18 months, taking an unconventional route to...

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Celebrating Catholic Schools Week:Head of School Grace Cotter Regan Talks about the Success of St. Mary’s High School

January 28, 2016
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Celebrating Catholic Schools Week:Head of School Grace Cotter Regan Talks about the Success of St. Mary’s High School

In coordination with Catholic Schools Week, St. Mary’s Head of School Grace Cotter Regan participated in an interview with the Lynn Journal. What is the current school enrollment in grades 6-12? St. Mary’s aspires to be a school of 600-620 students. We have an aspirational enrollment plan which focuses on 500 high school students...

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State Signals Concern Over Union Closing Plan:Letter to Partners/NSMC Requires Additional Data, Response to Concerns

January 28, 2016
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health last week made clear to Partners/ North Shore Medical Center that it is not going to rubber stamp a proposal from NSMC to close Union Hospital. Instead, the state is calling on Partners/NSMC to develop a plan that will detail, “how access to the...

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Lynn Student Awarded Prestigious “Posse” Scholarship

January 28, 2016
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Pioneer Charter School of Science (PCSS) senior Odinaka Oranewku, 17, of Lynn has won a prestigious Posse Scholarship, an award that recognizes high school students from diverse backgrounds who demonstrate exceptional leadership and academic potential. Odinaka was one of only 60 students the Posse Foundation selected from the Boston area’s more than 1,400 applicants....

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DeLeo will form Commission to Look at Daily Fantasy Sports

January 28, 2016
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By Seth Daniel Speaker Bob DeLeo said this week that he believes some regulations are needed for the Daily Fantasy Sports industry in Massachusetts, and will likely nominate a group to study the issue in the coming year. “It’s been such a difficult issue,” said DeLeo. “At the very least, we should get some...

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Sports 01-26-2016

January 28, 2016
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A win in the Garden Garraud, Nowicki pace Spartans past Lexington By Cary Shuman The Good Sports Invitational is an outstanding event that gives high school basketball teams an opportunity to play a game at the TD Garden on its world-famous parquet floor. Most of the competing teams won’t be back in March for the...

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Freezin’ for a Reason

January 22, 2016
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Freezin’ for a Reason

About 150 people made their way into the water as part of the Freezin’ for a Reason New Year’s Day plunge.  

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Café Owner Credits City,Staff and More in Quick Recovery:Neighborhood Coffee Shop/Eatery/Hang-Out Loses Just One Day to Car Crash

January 22, 2016
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Café Owner Credits City,Staff and More in Quick Recovery:Neighborhood Coffee Shop/Eatery/Hang-Out Loses Just One Day to Car Crash

By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Walnut Street Café owner Jim Chalmers and his wife Alicia Churchill, this week credited the quick response and cooperation of the City of Lynn Inspectional Services Department, the tireless work of their staff and supporters and the overwhelming efforts of a small army of contractors with helping his shop quickly...

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Rizzuto Announces Candidacy for State Representative

January 22, 2016
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Rizzuto Announces Candidacy for State Representative

Saritin Rizzuto is a proven public servant with a background in nonprofit management and bank administration. Rizzuto, who lived in Lynn for seven years before moving to Wakefield, has announced her candidacy for the Ninth Essex District state representative seat that includes parts of Lynn, Saugus, and Wakefield. Rizzuto will run in the Democratic...

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