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Blue and Gold Diamond:St. Mary’s Wins State Title with 3-0 Victory over Mount Greylock

June 25, 2015
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Blue and Gold Diamond:St. Mary’s Wins State Title with  3-0 Victory over Mount Greylock

The state championship was hanging in the balance. St. Mary’s was hoping to return to the glory the school enjoyed in baseball 27 years ago, a back-to-back success story that coach Derek Dana and assistants Tim Fila and Tom Donahue were a part of as players. Mount Greylock was seeking its first-ever state title...

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Ouk Announces His Candidacy For Lynn School Committee

June 25, 2015
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Ouk Announces His Candidacy For Lynn School Committee

Four years ago Michael Ouk helped engineer the victory that allowed Hong Net to make history as the first Asian-American elected to office in Lynn. Ouk was the campaign manager for Net, who was elected as a councilor-at-large. Wednesday night Ouk made it official that he will be a candidate for a seat on...

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World Class Soccer Comes to Lynn

June 11, 2015
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Taso Nikolakopoulos will be bringing a world-class soccer extravaganza to Manning Field Saturday at 4 p.m. when his Boston Braves Football Club (FC) hosts one of the world’s most historic clubs, Barcelona FC Veterans Team. “I am the captain for the game, which is the highest owner you can get on this team,” said...

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The Master of Comedy:Don Gavin Set to Host Comedy Show for My Brother’s Table

June 11, 2015
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If you attend a Don Gavin performance, you better laugh quickly because the next laugh is moments away. Gavin’s trademark rapid-fire delivery of one-liners – interspersed with jokes, anecdotes, and witty observances of daily life – has made him one of the true legends on the Boston comedy scene. And Gavin, a former schoolteacher,...

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From Wisconsin to Lynn:Muche Making His Mark in the Field of Law

June 4, 2015
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From Wisconsin to Lynn:Muche Making His Mark in the Field of Law

Clint B. Muche grew up far from the offices at 15 Johnson St. where he now practices law. “I grew up in Mayville, Wisconsin, a tiny little town of 4,500 people about an hour from Milwaukee and Madison – just middle-of-nowhere farming country,” said Muche. The son of Bruce Muche, an electrician and business...

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Tim Phelan Announces His Candidacy for Councillor-At-Large

June 4, 2015
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Tim Phelan is returning to the political arena. The former Lynn councillor-at-large and School Committee member has announced that he will be a candidate for a councillor-at-large seat in the city election this fall. Phelan, a 52-year-old attorney, served 22 consecutive years in city government, the last 18 as a councillor-at-large, before losing to...

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Capano Hits the Links at Gannon:Donors Present New Cart to Lynn Golf Course

May 21, 2015
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Capano Hits the Links at Gannon:Donors Present New Cart to Lynn Golf Course

Nicholas Capano had been enjoying his participation in Spaulding Rehabilitation Center golf clinics in Windham, New Hampshire, using the center’s specially equipped golf cart. Attorney Mario Capano, who is Nicholas’s father, saw how much his 26-year-old son loved golfing at the clinics and thought it would be a great idea to purchase a new...

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St. Mary’s Wins Spartan Classic: Garraud Named Tournament MVP

February 23, 2015
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The Winthrop High girls basketball team learned once again that all roads to the Boston Garden will  have to pass through St. Mary’s of Lynn. Winthrop, champion of the Northeastern Conference South Division, met St. Mary’s in the Spartan Classic final Tuesday night, with the hosts prevailing 42-40. Tournament MVP Marnelle Garraud (14 points)...

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Burt, BC Fall Short to Harvard in Beanpot Final

February 12, 2015
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Burt, BC Fall Short to Harvard in Beanpot Final

Katie Burt had to do something that she hadn’t yet done in her amazing freshman season for the No. 1-ranked Boston College hockey team: reflect on a defeat. Burt and the Eagles had just suffered their first loss of the season, 3-2, to Harvard in the championship game of the Women’s Beanpot Tournament Tuesday...

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The Bransfields Give Classical Football Program a Big Boost

February 12, 2015
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The Bransfields Give Classical Football Program a Big Boost

The team jackets were adorned in elegant Lynn Classical green with the gold ‘C’ and black leather sleeves. If you’re a football player at LCHS, how can you not be anything but proud to wear that in the halls of your high school? The other presentations were equally meaningful, distinguished awards named after people...

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