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Christine’s is Open for Business

April 24, 2015
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Christine’s is Open for Business

The dining out options in Lynn continue to expand with Christine’s on Chestnut Street now open for business. The restaurant, which has dine-in, take-out and delivery options, is located at 617 Chestnut St. Those who have been around Lynn long enough may remember the building as the former home of the old Lynn Sunday...

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Lynn’s Paola Otero Is a Hit on the Field and in the Classroom

April 24, 2015
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Lynn’s Paola Otero Is a Hit on the Field and in the Classroom

Lynn’s Paola Otero is the first to admit that when it came to playing softball, she was what you might call a late bloomer. It’s not that the ability wasn’t there when she was younger, it’s that she didn’t start playing until she was 13 years old and even then, it happened by chance....

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Sign of the Times:Starbucks Coffee Store Coming to the Lynnway

April 24, 2015
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It is there for everyone to see. Shining brightly on the Lynnway, across the street and a block away from Wal-Mart and the city’s industrialized waterfront, in the building where a used car dealership most recently stood. . .a brand new Starbucks coffee shop, complete with a drive-thru. It is a sign of the...

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Election Season Is Here: Nomination Papers for City Elections Are Now Available

April 24, 2015
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With the departure of winter and the arrival of spring last month, another season also came to Lynn – Election Season in city politics. According to the city’s elections webpage, March 23 was the first day that nomination papers could be taken out by prospective candidates. With that news here are several other important...

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Homeowners Can Appeal Flood Maps to FEMA

April 24, 2015
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With nearly Lynn 800 properties added to the city’s Flood Rate Insurance Maps (FIRM maps) by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) last year, City councilors and municipal departments have been inundated over the past several months with phone calls from residents who had never had to purchase or even think about flood insurance...

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Letter to the Editor

April 24, 2015
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Dear Editor: I am proud to announce that Children’s Friend and Family Services will be joining more than 1,100 communities across the country on May 7 to celebrate the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day to highlight the importance of positive mental health from birth. This...

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Santander and New England Revolution Launch 2015 Santander Soccer Scholars Program

April 24, 2015
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Revolution Star Forward Charlie Davies Named Santander Soccer Scholars Champion as Bank Honors Star Students with Once-in-a-Lifetime In-Game Opportunities throughout 2015 Season In celebration of its commitment to education and the successful start to the New England Revolution’s 2015 season,Santander Bank, N.A. today announced the launch of its second consecutive Santander Soccer Scholars program. The program...

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Obituaries 04-21-2015

April 24, 2015
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Margaret “Sissy” (Cole) Burley Of Chelsea At 76 years of age, Margaret passed away in the comforting presence of her devoted family and loved ones on Friday April 17th at the Eastpointe Nursing Care Center in Chelsea after a short illness.  Born and raised in Chelsea she was the beloved daughter of the late...

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A Banner Achievement

April 21, 2015
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A Banner Achievement

Lynn Classical High School unveiled a new banner honoring its 2015 Division 2 state champion girls indoor track 4 X 200 relay team. Pictured at the ceremony are Classical student-athletes Anna Wargo, Jennifer Gaudet, Agnes Bangura, and Devyn Astuccio, Principal Gene Constantino, girls track head coach Steve Martin, and Director of Athletics Bill Devin....

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Lynn’s Dilisio Gearing up for Her Fifth Boston Marathon

April 21, 2015
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Lynn’s Dilisio Gearing up for Her Fifth Boston Marathon

It could be sunny and in the 60s from September to April and training for the Boston Marathon would still be an ordeal. Throw in 110-plus inches of snow, bitter cold temperatures, non-existent sidewalks, pot holes and streets the width of cow paths and the difficult becomes near impossible. Lynn’s Karen DiLisio will run...

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