Monthly Archives: January 2018

Freezin’ for a Reason

January 11, 2018
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Freezin’ for a Reason

Judy Corbishly made her way out of the cold Atlantic Ocean on New Year’s Day after taking part in the polar plunge known as Freezin’ for a Reason on Short Beach in Nahant. Hundreds of participants showed up to participate in the annual tradition.

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Jets Win 10-5

January 11, 2018
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Jets Win 10-5

Lynn’s Mike Clougherty (14) and Brian Clougherty (18) of the Jets celebrate a goal against Everett at Connery Skating Rink on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 6. The Jets had a huge 10-5 win on the strong performance of Brian Clougherty, who had four goals on the evening. Mike Clougherty also added a goal.

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Paris is Grand:Classical Star Surpasses 1,000-Point Milestone

January 11, 2018
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Paris is Grand:Classical Star Surpasses 1,000-Point Milestone

By Cary Shuman Bill Devin is sending the Lynn Classical High School girls basketball 1,000-point club banner to Indian Orchard. “Indian Orchard is in Springfield (Massachusetts) and that’s where the Nixon Company is that makes the banners,” said Devin, director of athletics at Classical. “We want the banner back soon so Paris and her...

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Thomas McGee Addresses City Council for First Time as Mayor

January 11, 2018
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By John Lynds Tuesday night’s Lynn City Council meeting began with a suspension of the rules to allow Council President Darren Cyr to invite newly sworn in Lynn Mayor Thomas McGee up to the podium to say a few words. “It was a pretty tough week in the City of Lynn,” Cyr began. “We...

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Governor Baker Among Speakers for Salem State Presidential Inauguration

January 11, 2018
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Salem State University President John D. Keenan will be inaugurated as the university’s 14th president on January 19, 2018. The ceremony and reception to follow are open to the public at no cost but tickets must be reserved at this link.  Space is limited. Questions should be directed to 978.542.2293 or IA_events@salemstate.edu. In addition...

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Dorrington Takes Office as Executive Director of Lynn Community Television

January 11, 2018
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By Cary Shuman Brian Dorrington, an award-winning producer and director, has big plans in his new job as the executive director of Lynn Community Television. Dorrington, 31, was appointed to the position by the LCTV board of directors and took office on Dec. 4. He is the first executive director of the new organization....

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St Mary’s Boys Hockey Wins Chris Serino Christmas Classic

January 11, 2018
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There have been some extraordinary moments for the St. Mary’s High School boys hockey program through the years under the leadership of coach Mark Lee, including a Division 1 state championship at the Garden in 2017. But the Spartans’ back-to-back victories over Austin Prep (3-2) and Hingham (2-1) in the Chris Serino Christmas Classic...

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Transition Team in Place at St Mary’s

January 11, 2018
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As the search for a replacement for Head of School Grace Cotter Regan moves forward, a transition team has been appointed at St. Mary’s. Mary Delaney is serving as chief transition officer and interim head of school; Jeff Newhall, the school’s athletic director, has taken on added responsibility as director of campus operations, and...

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A Vision of Lynn’s Boundless Future

January 11, 2018
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The Inaugural Address of our newly elected Mayor, Thomas M. McGee, heralds a new era of optimism and progressiveness for the City of Lynn. “As mayor, I will not just imagine the new opportunities for Lynn,” said McGee. “I will reach out and take them. The future we want for our city will never...

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