Monthly Archives: November 2017

A Night of Excellence at Lynn Classical

November 17, 2017
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Crighton Announces Candidacy for State Senate

November 16, 2017
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Crighton Announces Candidacy for State Senate

By Cary Shuman State Rep. Brendan Crighton has officially announced his candidacy for the State Senate seat in the Third Essex District that encompasses the communities of Lynn, Nahant, Swampscott, Saugus, Marblehead, and Lynnfield. State Sen. Thomas McGee currently holds the seat, but he is expected to step down from his senatorial position following...

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English Football is Back

November 16, 2017
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English Football is Back

By Joyce Erekson No one wants to hear the words “wait until next year” after being eliminated from the playoffs, but the English High football team has plenty of reason to believe this year’s run at a Super Bowl berth is the start of something good. The Bulldogs, playing on their home turf,  took...

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Lynn Tech Loses a Heartbreaker to Cathedral in Division 8 North Final

November 16, 2017
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Lynn Tech Loses a Heartbreaker to Cathedral in Division 8 North Final

By Cary Shuman The Lynn Tech football team was looking for one final opportunity to try for the winning touchdown and conversion point, but Cathedral running Khalil Blair ended the Tiger’s hopes with a 91-yard touchdown run. Blair raced around right end on a third-down-and-eight play with under a minute left to help Cathedral...

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Train to Become a MA Certified Addiction Recovery Coach

November 16, 2017
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Advance in a career filled with purpose and possibilities – train to become a Massachusetts Certified Addiction Recovery Coach. North Shore Community College (NSCC) is offering a new series of four-day, 30-hour workshops that are the gold standard for Recovery Coach Training, fulfilling 30 of 60 educational hours required to become a Massachusetts Certified...

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Lynn City Council Approves Several Projects Tuesday

November 16, 2017
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By John Lynds The Lynn City Council approved several projects and petitions at Tuesday night’s council meeting. First up the council voted unanimously in favor of the Lynn Downtown Cultural District’s (DCD) petition for a special permit to host open air stands and linseed food trucks for community events. “We applied for the special...

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Dr Michael Schrenko Retires from Family Medical Practice in Lynn

November 16, 2017
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Dr. Michael Schrenko, who operated a family practice at 49 Ocean St., Lynn, for 38 years, was honored at a retirement party Nov. 10 at the Porthole in Lynn. Dr. Schrenko, 69, grew up in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and graduated from Moravian College. He received his medical degree from the Kansas City University School of...

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The Holiday Season is Approaching — Remember to Help Those in Need

November 16, 2017
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For the vast majority of Americans, the approaching holiday season is a joyous time when the abundance that life offers is most apparent in a wealthy nation such as ours. But the sad reality for many of our fellow citizens is that the holidays bring little, if any, joy. Those who are homeless or...

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Sports 11-14-2017

November 16, 2017
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Spartans advance to Eastern Mass Championship The St. Marys Spartans continued their unbeaten streak, taking home the north final with a 42-6 win over Brighton last Friday night. The Spartans received the ball to open up the game. After a quick drive down the field, running back James Brumfield found the end zone for...

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McGee Elected Mayor of Lynn

November 10, 2017
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McGee Elected Mayor of Lynn

By Cary Shuman State Sen. Tom McGee was elected mayor of Lynn Tuesday night, defeating Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy with a strong showing at the polls across the city. McGee, who has represented Lynn as a state senator and a state representative, received 9,442 votes (64.41 percent) while Kennedy received 5,174 votes (35.31 percent)....

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