Monthly Archives: October 2016

Girls Inc Celebrates 75th Anniversary

October 14, 2016
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Girls Inc. of Lynn celebrated its 75th anniversary at their Annual Meeting on September 28 at the Lynn Museum/Lynn Arts. The evening featured an introduction from Leslie Mercedes, one of two Teen Board members; remarks from executive director Deb Ansourlian; a Volunteer Honor Presentation to Nancy Whitman and Nahant Women’s Club for their loyal...

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Rally for Jen in Lynn with Senator McGee, Reps. Cahill and Crighton

October 14, 2016
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Jen Migliore, Democratic nominee for State Representative, held a major canvass on Saturday with support from local elected officials and unions. State Senator Tom McGee showed up to rally the troops and knock on doors along with Representative Brendan Crighton and Representative Dan Cahill of Lynn. Many union and local community members joined to...

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NSCC’s 37th Forum on Tolerance Set for Oct 27

October 14, 2016
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With the divisive nature of the coming presidential election and the civil unrest happening in this country, how do we get along and work with those who hold political beliefs different than our own? How can we celebrate our commonalities and see ourselves as one nation? North Shore Community College’s (NSCC) 37th Forum on...

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Lynn English High School Student DeLeon Named Triple-Impact Competitor

October 14, 2016
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Cynthia DeLeon, a senior lacrosse, soccer, and swimming athlete at Lynn English High School in Lynn, Massachusetts, was named a Triple-Impact Competitor by Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA)–New England.  Cynthia is one of twenty New England high school scholar athletes to receive this recognition, and a Finalist for a PCA-New England Triple-Impact Competitor scholarship. The...

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A Fashionable Couple

October 7, 2016
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A Fashionable Couple

Newlyweds Joel Solimine and Deena Solimine look elegant in wedding attire on the runway at 6th annual Catholic Charities North Fashion Show and Dinner at the Danversport Yacht Club.

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Details Emerge in Officer Involved Shooting of Suspect

October 6, 2016
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Details Emerge in Officer  Involved Shooting of Suspect

By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Details continued to emerge this week in the fatal officer involved shooting that took place on Lynn Shore Drive Monday morning. According to statements released by the Lynn Police and the Essex County Sheriff’s office late Monday and Tuesday, the incident began when Monday morning when Lynn police officers went...

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Lynn Sees Decline in Violent Crime, Burglaries and Larcenies

October 6, 2016
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. According to the latest crime statistics from the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), residents and police here in Lynn saw a decline in overall violent crimes, burglaries and larcenies, while other crime categories ticked up slightly or stayed virtually the same from 2013 through the latest statistical year, 2015. The...

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Lynn Resident Named in Judicial Nominations

October 6, 2016
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Governor Charlie Baker has nominated Kathryn Phelan-Brown, an attorney from Lynn, to serve as an Associate Justice on the Massachusetts Juvenile Court, and First Assistant Attorney General Christopher K. Barry-Smith to serve as an Associate Justice on the Massachusetts Superior Court. “Attorneys Phelan-Brown and Barry-Smith will bring exceptional legal acumen and sound judgment to...

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Lynn’s 2016 MCAS Results Show Steady Improvement

October 6, 2016
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. According to the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), the Lynn schools most recent MCAS results provides evidence that Lynn schools are improving. Overall, the city’s schools continue to improve, even as the district overall continues to lag behind the state and even some other urban areal districts. According...

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Changing of the Guard at Manning Field Avery Named New Facilities Manager

October 6, 2016
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By Joyce Erekson When the star quarterback of the high school football team graduates and his successor is named, the “big shoes to fill” comment is pretty much a given. That’s the position John Kasian’s replacement, Rich Avery, found himself in this week when he started his job as the new facilities manager of...

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