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Fourth of July Field Day at Gowdy Park

July 13, 2018
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Fourth of July Field Day at Gowdy Park

Bicyclists waiting to begin Field day competition at the Gowdy Park Fourth of July celebration.

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Marquee Matchup:St Mary’s to Host DiBiaso-led CM on Sept 21

July 13, 2018
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Marquee Matchup:St Mary’s to Host DiBiaso-led CM on Sept 21

There is a date that Lynn football fans must circle on their calendar this fall. of On Friday, Sept. 21 at 7 p.m. at Manning Field, the St. Mary’s High School football team, led by first-year head coach Sean Driscoll, will host powerful Catholic Memorial, led by its first-year coach John DiBiaso, the former...

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Theirrien Named New Executive Director of Boys and Girls Club

July 13, 2018
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New Lynn Boys and Girls Club Executive Director Brian Theirrien hopes to expand the number of programs available for youths at the club this fall. Theirrien, 41, began on July 2 as the new executive director of the club located on North Common Street. He succeeds Robert “Obie” Barker, who stepped down after 19...

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Owner of Salem Roast Beef Restaurant Pleads Guilty to Federal Tax Charges

July 13, 2018
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The owner of King’s Roast Beef in Salem pleaded guilty last week in federal court in Boston to failing to pay approximately $383,000 in taxes. John Kalantzis, 52, of Lynn, pleaded guilty to two counts of aiding and assisting in filing a false tax return. U.S. District Court Judge William G. Young scheduled sentencing...

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Annual Family Cookout,Food Drive Set for July 15

July 13, 2018
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The Lynn Democratic City Committee’s Nineteenth Annual Family Cookout and Tenth Annual Food Drive will be held on Sunday, July 15, from 2-5 p.m. at the Lynn Museum, 590 Washington St, Lynn. Among those expected to attend are Secretary of the Commonwealth Bill Galvin, State Auditor Suzanne Bump, Governor’s Councilor Terry Kennedy, Massachusetts Democratic...

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Masucci Softball Tournament to Start July 20

July 13, 2018
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Not that winning isn’t important, but it will probably be the last thing on the minds of those who signed up to play in the Vanessa Masucci Softball Tournament being held the weekend of July 20-22 at the Greater Lynn Babe Ruth complex. The focus instead will be on remembering  and celebrating the life...

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Knights Scholars

July 7, 2018
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Knights Scholars

The Knights of Columbus Valladolid Council #70 Scholarship Committee awarded scholarships to 26 graduated Lynn high school students. Guidance Counselors from each high school assisted in the process of the selection. A total amount awarded was $48,000.00.Shown (Row 1): Brianna Bardates, Adkerky Diaz, Megan Wilkinson, Janessa Fernandez, Emily Hurtado, and Arianna Alberti; (Row 2):...

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LACC Mayor’s Breakfast

July 7, 2018
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LACC Mayor’s Breakfast

Lynn Mayor Thomas McGee and Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce Chairman Rick Wood joined the breakfast sponsors for a photo at the Mayor’s Address to the LACC Breakfast June 29 at Nahant Country Club. Front row, from left, are Robert Tucker (LCTV), LACC Chair Rick Wood, Mayor Thomas McGee, and Maura Lynch (A. James...

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City Council Approves Bond Authorization

July 7, 2018
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The Lynn City Council approved a bond authorization of $5.8 million for upgrades to the the Hood Elementary School at last Tuesday night’s meeting. The school, located on Oakwood Avenue, will get a new roof, windows and doors. Included in the authorization of the funds are not only the materials but the design, installation...

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Lynn City Council Approves $319.5 Million Budget

July 7, 2018
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Following two public hearing where various department heads offered testimony on Mayor Thomas McGee’s proposed Fiscal Year 2019 city budget the Lynn City Council on Thursday voted to approve the $319.5 million budget. McGee said while the FY19 budget isn’t ‘idea’ it will start Lynn down the road to financial security and economic growth....

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