Monthly Archives: January 2016

E for All Plants Seeds for Economic Growth in Lynn:Non-Profit Business Mentoring Program to take off with Workshops beginning in June

January 22, 2016
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Non-profit start-up engine E for All has launched a branch Lynn and is looking to bring its successful brand of small business mentoring to the men and women of the Greater Lynn area. E for All started as the Merrimack Valley Sandbox in Lawrence and Lowell in 2010, with the...

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MBTA to hold Hearing at Breed School

January 22, 2016
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. According to the MBTA website, T officials will visit Lynn on Monday, January 25 at 6 p.m. for a public hearing at the Breed Middle School, located at 90 O’Callaghan Way, to hear from commuters about the potential impact of proposed fare and schedule changes that are currently being proposed...

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Ryan Beliveau Joins Salem State Baseball Coaching Staff

January 22, 2016
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By Joyce Erekson Ryan Beliveau is heading back to school. The 2015 Salem State University graduate played on the school’s baseball team for four years, but when he heads back to SSU next month, it will be as an assistant coach under head coach, Mike Ward. Having just wrapped up his college playing career,...

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Ring Promoted to Lieuteant in Lynn Fire Department

January 22, 2016
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Dennis Ring took his oath of office as a lieutenant in the Lynn Fire Department during a ceremony Jan. 12 in Lynn Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy’s Office at City Hall. Assistant City Clerk Janet Rowe administered the oath to the 34-year-old Ring, who was joined by members of the LFD, along with proud family...

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The Weather

January 22, 2016
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Maybe we are getting old or maybe we were just spoiled. But the last few days have brought us back to reality that winter has come with a vengenance. Walking on the streets with the wind and patches of ice has just been brutal. One might think that it is hard to believe that...

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Lynn Native Annese Authors Book on Achieving ‘Victory’

January 20, 2016
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Lynn Native Annese Authors Book on Achieving ‘Victory’

By Cary Shuman Lynn native Michael Annese appeared at the Barnes and Noble store in Saugus to promote his personal development book, “The Victory Cycle: 7 Progressive Steps to Fore a Lifetime of Everlasting Personal Growth and Change.” Annese, a 47-year-old Florida-based fire department battalion chief and personal development expert, said he has been...

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New Restaurant Approved for Lewis Street

January 20, 2016
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New Restaurant Approved for Lewis Street

By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Bringing a piece of Boston to Lynn and the North Shore, the Lynn City Council Tuesday night approved a permit for The Neighborhood Restaurant Group (TNRG), which owns and operates several high-end, urban eateries in Boston and Newton, to open at 45 Lewis Street. Attorney Samuel Vitali, representing TNRG noted...

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Chalmers Fountain to Receive LACC Lynn City Pride Award

January 20, 2016
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Chalmers Fountain to Receive LACC Lynn City Pride Award

By Cary Shuman Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy said it all when she learned that her aide, Mary Chalmers Fountain, had been selected to receive the Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce’s Lynn City Pride Award. “I love Mary and the work she does for this city and this office and I cannot think of a...

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State Approves Project Manager for Proposed Pickering Middle School

January 20, 2016
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. The proposed new Pickering Middle School in Lynn took another step toward reality Monday, when state officials approved of LeftHand LLC, as the city’s project manager for the new school building project. LeftHand LLC employee Lynn Stapleton, is currently working on behalf of the city as project manager of the...

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Lynn Coalition for 2016 Mlk, Jr.Service Day Mobilizes Area Residents to Serve on King Holiday

January 20, 2016
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Hundreds of Lynn and North Shore residents will step up to serve as volunteers on the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. Volunteers will make valentines, package 1000 toiletry kits for homeless persons, serve meals to homeless persons, visit nursing homes, collect food items, clean and organize service agencies, distribute children’s MLK, Jr. books,...

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