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Out of the Blocks

February 4, 2016
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Out of the Blocks

  Jalil Gibson of Lynn English gets a slight jump on the competition during one of his races in the NEC Meet.

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Lynn Community Television Launches New Programming

February 4, 2016
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Lynn Community Television Launches New Programming

By Cary Shuman Lynn Community Television has been developing new programming out of its temporary headquarters in Room 302 at Lynn City Hall. Sean Donahue is the director of operations for LCTV. David Riley is a staff producer while Pedro Diaz is the director of program broadcasting.  Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy appointed chairman Robert...

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Friends of Lynn and Nahant Beach Award $4,000 Grant to Lynn Schools

February 4, 2016
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Friends of Lynn and Nahant Beach Award $4,000 Grant to Lynn Schools

The Friends of Lynn and Nahant Beach have awarded a $4,000 grant to the Northeastern University’s Marine Science Center in Nahant to help bring the ocean to students in several Lynn elementary schools.  The grant more than doubles the financial support the Friends have provided to the science center since 2014. Lynn schools selected...

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Cahill Announces Candidacy For State Representative Seat

February 4, 2016
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Cahill Announces Candidacy For State Representative Seat

By Cary Shuman When Daniel Cahill was a college student at Northeastern University, he had an internship in a state representative’s office at the Statehouse in Boston. “I just knew right away that one day it was something I would want to do professionally and something that I thought I would be very good...

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Speaker Robert DeLeo’s 2016 Annual Address to Members

February 4, 2016
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Colleagues: I am proud to stand before you today to mark the beginning of a new year and discuss our agenda; an agenda shaped by conversations with each of you, whether here in the State House or in your communities across the Commonwealth. Under the Massachusetts constitution, members of the House of Representatives have...

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KIPP Academy Junior Speaks Out in Lions Youth Speech Contest

February 4, 2016
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The Lions Clubs of Lynn are very proud of KIPP Academy Collegiate junior, Temitope (Tope) Sholola, for her public speaking achievement this year as Lynn’s representative in the Lions District 33N Youth Speech Competition, which was held on January 16th at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Woburn.  Tope spoke out with enthusiasm and passion...

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Apply Now for NSCC Foundation Scholarships!

February 4, 2016
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Are you a current student or graduate of North Shore Community College (NSCC)? Could you use FREE money to help pay for college expenses? Apply for an NSCC scholarship! North Shore Community College (NSCC) is seeking scholarship applicants for the 2016 NSCC Foundation Scholarship Program. Applicants should be incoming and current NSCC students, as...

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St.Mary’s Basketball at the Garden

January 28, 2016
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St.Mary’s Basketball at the Garden

St. Mary’s girls basketball coach Jeff Newhall talks to the team during a timeout at the TD Garden in Boston. The Spartans beat Lexington, 55-42, in the contest, part of the Good Sports Invitational.

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Hair’s to You,Ramon:Santana is Thriving at Roosters in Lynnfield

January 28, 2016
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Hair’s to You,Ramon:Santana is Thriving at Roosters in Lynnfield

By Cary Shuman Roosters Men’s Grooming Center has been in operation for more that two-and-half years at Market Street, an open-air lifestyle center in Lynnfield that features clothing stores, restaurants, a ten-pin bowling establishment, and much more. Lynn resident Ramon Santana, 27, has worked at Roosters for 18 months, taking an unconventional route to...

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Celebrating Catholic Schools Week:Head of School Grace Cotter Regan Talks about the Success of St. Mary’s High School

January 28, 2016
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Celebrating Catholic Schools Week:Head of School Grace Cotter Regan Talks about the Success of St. Mary’s High School

In coordination with Catholic Schools Week, St. Mary’s Head of School Grace Cotter Regan participated in an interview with the Lynn Journal. What is the current school enrollment in grades 6-12? St. Mary’s aspires to be a school of 600-620 students. We have an aspirational enrollment plan which focuses on 500 high school students...

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