Monthly Archives: November 2016

Sports 11-08-2016

November 11, 2016
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Johnson (5 TDs), St Mary’s advance to North final St. Mary’s of Lynn continued its domination of Division 3A opponents when the team overpowered fourth-seeded Lynnfield 44-24 Friday night, Nov. 4, at Manning Field. The Spartans take on another group of Spartans–the surprising Stoneham High Spartans – Friday night, Nov. 11, at Manning Bowl...

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Obituaries 11-08-2016

November 11, 2016
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Thomas David Rayndles US Postal Service retiree, jazz and sports enthusiast and well known area musician Thomas David Rayndles of Lynn passed away November 2 after a long and courageous battle with Parkinsons Disease. He was 86 years old.  He was born May 20 1930, the youngest of three children of Aaron (from Louisiana)...

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The 2016 Election – What’s on the Ballot?

November 4, 2016
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Q.1 Expanded Slot Machine Gambling This proposed law would allow the state Gaming Commission to issue one additional category 2 license which would permit operation of a gaming establishment with no table games and not more than 1,250 slot machines. The proposed law would authorize the Commission to request applications for additional license to...

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St Mary’s Rolls in to North Semifinals

November 4, 2016
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St Mary’s Rolls in to North Semifinals

By Cary Shuman If you’re a St. Mary’s High School supporter, you may want to keep the first Saturday in December open on your calendar. The sensational Spartans kept their dream season heading in the right direction with a 52-8 rout of Winthrop in the Division 3A North quarterfinals Friday night at Manning Field....

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State Ballot Questions May Provide Best Incentive to Vote

November 4, 2016
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. With polls across the country showing that the two major party candidates for President are hugely unpopular, and with Massachusetts being a firmly Democratic stronghold in national elections, the appeal of this voting season for voters seems iffy at-best, especially in cities like Everett that have no contested down ballot...

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Lynn Voters Taking Advantage Of Early Voting Option

November 4, 2016
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By Joseph Domelowicz Jr. Lynn and Massachusetts voters had their first opportunity to vote in 2016 Presidential Election beginning on Monday, October 24, thanks to new Early Voting legislation that sought to reverse decades of diminishing voter turnouts and make voting easier and more accessible to more people. With two days left for early...

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Greater Lynn Senior Services Celebrates its 40th Anniversary

November 4, 2016
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Greater Lynn Senior Services celebrated its 40th anniversary with a festive cocktail reception at the Lynn Museum on Thursday evening, October 13, 2016.  In attendance were a number of elected officials; many partners with whom the agency has collaborated over the years; members of the five councils on aging in Lynn, Lynnfield, Nahant, Saugus,...

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Lynn Chamber to Host Opioid Workshop November 18

November 4, 2016
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The Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce will host a regional forum entitled, “Opioid Addiction in the Workplace: Challenges Employers/Employees Face & What You Need to Know” on Friday, November 18th at the Peabody Marriott, 8 Centennial Drive in Peabody beginning with registration and breakfast at 8:15am, followed by the formal program from 9am –...

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Camp Fire North Shore Celebrates Lights On Afterschool

November 4, 2016
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Camp Fire North Shore invited students and families enrolled in their after school programs reflect on why these programs are important to them, what their favorite part of Camp Fire is, and what makes a happy after school camper. This activity was part of the 17th annual Lights On Afterschool nationwide, where over 8,000...

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Gov Baker — A Profile in Courage

November 4, 2016
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With Republican office-holders abandoning their support of GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump like the proverbial rats leaving a sinking ship, Massachusetts residents can be proud that our Governor, Charlie Baker, was among the very first prominent Republicans (he was number four, according to a recent article in the New York Times) to state on...

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