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The mayor needs to lead the charge

August 18, 2010
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If the city doesn’t immediately act, someone, anyone, can come into Lynn, secure themselves a location with a liquor and entertainment license, and open up shop as a strip club almost overnight. The city would then be forced to issue cease and desist orders – the club owner would immediately seek relief in Superior...

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Mayor contests assertion that suit against Clancy is illegal

August 18, 2010
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Mayor Judith Flanagan-Kennedy says she believes the city’s suit against former Mayor Chip Clancy for extra pay he received and which the city is withholding is neither illegal nor unauthorized. The city is seeking $35,000 in pay that Clancy claims he is owed. The mayor filed a law suit against Clancy in behalf of...

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Strip club possibilities send officials scurrying

August 18, 2010
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A request for information about the feasibility of locating and establishing an adult entertainment facility in Lynn has sparked outrage in a number of quarters throughout the community. It is outrage mixed with surprise. It has led to a special meeting being called by City Council President Tim Phelan in room 402 at 6:00p.m....

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Ross Is Boss – Pine Hill graduate wins Lynn Little League Home Run Derby

August 12, 2010
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Ross Is Boss – Pine Hill graduate wins Lynn Little League Home Run Derby

The home run king of Pine Hill is now the home run king of Lynn. Pine Hill Little League’s Anthony Ross, who hit 10 home runs during the regular season, emerged from a dozen of the city’s elite power hitters to win the 2010 Lynn Little League Home Run Derby Friday at Reinfuss Field....

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Mayor’s suit against Clancy illegal Mayor’s suit against Clancy illegal

August 12, 2010
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Mayor’s suit against Clancy illegal Mayor’s suit against Clancy illegal

Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy’s has filed a lawsuit in the name of the city against former Mayor Chip Clancy. However, the lawsuit is not allowed under city law. According to the city charter, the lawsuit she has launched against Clancy for back pay he is seeking and the hiring of outside counsel, was initiated...

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Costly smell – Garelick Farms facing $1000 per day fine

August 12, 2010
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Following another sloppy week in which air quality was compromised on the Lynnway, Garelick Farms agreed to make necessary changes to mitigate the odors emanating from its plant or face a $1,000 a day fine. An ultimatum was issued at a Friday meeting between Garelick officials, Department of Environmental Protection officials, Councillor Peter Capano...

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Chloe Kebreau of Lynn

August 4, 2010
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Chloe Kebreau of Lynn

Chloe Kebreau of Lynn displays the golfing technique that she learned this summer at the Gannon Junior Golf Clinic. Chloe and other young golfers participated in the weekly instructional program at the Gannon Municipal Golf Course in Lynn.

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Boland wins Gannon title

August 4, 2010
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Boland wins Gannon title

John Boland is the 2010 men’s champion at Gannon Golf Club after defeating Ben Friedman, 3 and 2, in the 36-hole final match Saturday at the Lynn course. It was just a great experience – I played just well enough to hang on,” said the 51-year-old Boland, who captured his first title after runner-up...

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I don’t like the odds

August 4, 2010
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The tragedy on the Lynnway last week is something I can’ get out of my mind. Think about it. You are traveling on the Lynnway in a small car, minding your own business on a lovely summer day. A friend is seated in the back seat of the automobile and there is the driver...

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East Boston Savings Bank riding high

August 4, 2010
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The East Boston Savings Bank, who run a major banking branch in Wyoma Square, has announced stunning earnings for the Quarter ended June 30. The bank announced a net income of $3.2 million or 0.15 cents a share compared with net income of $962,00 and 0.04 cents a share for the same period last...

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