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Broadway Connection:Jake Flynn, 10, Lands Starring Role in “Charlie”

July 20, 2017
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Broadway Connection:Jake Flynn, 10, Lands Starring Role in “Charlie”

By Cary Shuman Ten-year-old Jake Ryan Flynn is enjoying a sweet and glorious summer starring in the role of Charlie Bucket in Roald Dahl’s new musical, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” on Broadway. Yes, that Broadway. New York, New York. King of the Hill. A-Number One. Jake is the son of former Lynn resident...

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Turning Up the Heat:Chef O’Shea at Heart of Exciting New Lynn Restaurant District 45

July 20, 2017
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Turning Up the Heat:Chef O’Shea at Heart of Exciting New Lynn Restaurant District 45

By Cary Shuman Corey O’Shea is seeing  his hard work and years of experience in the hospitality industry paying off as the new executive chef and partner at Lynn’s hottest new restaurant, District 45, on Lewis Street. The restaurant has been receiving outstanding reviews and it’s already a hot spot for parties, including the...

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Phoenix Charter Academy Network’s Beth Anderson Named a Barr Foundation Class of 2017 Fellow

July 20, 2017
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In recognition of her leadership and impact as Founder and CEO of Phoenix Charter Academy Network and within the Greater Boston community, Beth Anderson has been named a 2017 Barr Foundation Fellow. As a member of the 2017 Class of Barr Fellows, Anderson will participate in a two-year program that includes a group learning...

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Lynn DPW Commissioner Andrew Hall Reappointed by Lynn City Council

July 20, 2017
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By John Lynds At the July 11 Lynn City Council meeting, the Council voted unanimously to approve Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy’s reappointment of DPW Commissioner Andrew Hall. “Andy Hall has done an outstanding job in his three years as DPW Commissioner,” said Mayor Kennedy. “He is a consummate professional and skilled administrator. We are...

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LACC Member 2 Member Connections: Busy Bee Nursery School, Salem Five

July 20, 2017
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Three years ago, a fateful meeting between Joseph Scianatico and Ashley Bennett at a Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours set a solid professional relationship in motion. Scianatico is the Assistant Vice President, Market Manager for Salem Five on Boston Street and Bennett is the co-owner along with Sarah Treiber, of Busy...

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Sports 07-18-2017

July 20, 2017
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Wyoma Little Leaguers win clinic with Sox star Pedroia By Joyce Erekson Welcome to the Laser Show. That could be the mantra for the Wyoma Minor League Red Sox next season if they take to heart some hitting advice from a guy who walks the walk. The Red Sox submitted the winning video in...

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Obituaries 07-18-2017

July 20, 2017
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Ruth Ann Crevier Of Mississippi, formerly of Lynn Ruth Ann Crevier of Biloxi, MS, passed away Saturday, July 8 in Gulfport. MS. She was 74 years old. Mrs. Crevier was born in Lynn and has been a resident of the MS Gulf Coast for the past 17 years. She was a member of the Popps...

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Northeast Arc Takes First Place

July 14, 2017
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Northeast Arc Takes First Place

An employment specialist from Northeast Arc and an artist supported by the agency combined to create an award-winning mural at the Salem Arts Festival. Angela Gonzalez painted the 72-inch x 42-inch mural with the help of Arelis O’Neal, who shows art at  the ArcWorks Community Center in Peabody, and for whom she serves as...

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Fisher Named New Head Basketball Coach at Winchester High School

July 14, 2017
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Fisher Named New Head Basketball Coach at Winchester High School

By Cary Shuman Johnna Fisher, a former basketball captain at Winthrop High who went on to play at Division 1 Central Connecticut State University, has been named the new head coach of the Winchester High girls basketball team. At 24, Fisher becomes one of the youngest varsity head coaches in Massachusetts. It has all...

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Magrane Seeks Election to Ward 2 Seat on Council

July 14, 2017
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Magrane Seeks Election to Ward 2 Seat on Council

By Cary Shuman Christopher Magrane, a lifelong Lynn resident and a homeowner, has announced his candidacy for the Ward 2 seat on the Lynn City Council. Ward 2 Councilor William Trahant Jr. is not seeking re-election to the seat. Magrane said he has enjoyed an enthusiastic response from his neighbors and fellow residents of...

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