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Glover leaves his mark

November 19, 2009
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St. Mary’s senior named CCL Most Valuable Player When Alex Glover became a regular player for the St. Mary’s High School boys soccer program as a freshman, he looked up to some of the talented seniors on the team, leaders like Kevin Hart and Mike Connors. “Kevin and Mike taught me a lot and...

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Gauthier commits to Southern New Hampshire

November 12, 2009
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Gauthier commits to Southern New Hampshire

Tyler Gauthier forever cemented his place in Lynn baseball lore when he belted a dramatic, game-tying three-run homer in the final inning of the 2007 Babe Ruth Eastern Mass. state championship game that the Lynn 15-year-old team eventually won over Plymouth in extra innings. Gauthier remembers his fence-clearing blast for the Lynn Babe Ruth...

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Clancy forces going forward with recount

November 11, 2009
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Mayor Edward Chip Clancy will apparently be filing with the city for a recount, according to those close to the mayor. “Signatures are already being gathered to complete the recount request process,” said a source. Clancy has ten days from the election to officially file for a recount with the city clerk’s office. An...

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Vote splits city down the middle

November 11, 2009
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Judith Flanagan- Kennedy’s 27 vote victory over Mayor Edward Chip Clancy has stunned the city. Actually, the vote has divided the city more than anything else; which brings to mind Abraham Lincoln’s famous quote made during a speech at the Cooper Union in 1858, “A house divided cannot stand.” Lynn is a house divided....

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NSCC Kids To College Program brings education to life

November 11, 2009
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School budgets seem to be shrinking down to nothing, squeezing out any and all enrichment programs such as art, music, shop, home economics, even computers. The loss of these programs seems to fly in the face of what modern educators have discovered to strengthen children’s assimilation of basic education. Cooking is chemistry in action....

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Anderson considers his choices in professional basketball

November 5, 2009
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Anderson considers his choices in professional basketball

It’s decision time for former Memphis basketball star Antonio Anderson. The Lynn Tech graduate is considering offers from European professional leagues, but he may land with a team in the National Basketball League Developmental League (NADL). “I’ll know by the end of the week,” said Anderson, who lists Greece, Spain and Italy as possibilities...

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Election Day

November 5, 2009
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All eyes are on the mayor’s race today as the city goes to the polls in what has become a hotly contested race. Mayor Edward Chip Clancy appears to have marshalled his forces since his stunning loss in the primary to Judith Flanagan Kennedy – who won a write-in by 200 votes. However, both...

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New England PGA honors Mike Foster as recipient of Junior Golf Leader Award

October 31, 2009
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New England PGA honors Mike Foster as recipient of Junior Golf Leader Award

Mike Foster, head professional for the past 34 years at Larry Gannon Municipal Golf Course in Lynn, received the 2009 PGA Junior Golf Leader Award from the New England PGA at the organization’s special awards celebration dinner Saturday night at the Wollaston Golf Club in Milton. The Junior Golf Leader Award is given to...

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Unique concert in memory of a friend

October 31, 2009
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In honor of Matt Robinson, a young Lynn native who had passed away this month, two brothers, Michael and Steven “Sven” Olbash, also from Lynn, performed a concert of sacred art songs and Gregorian chant last Tuesday night, October 20th, at 7:30 pm at the St. Pius V Church on Maple Street in Lynn....

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Appeals Court upholds Moran murder conviction

October 31, 2009
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The Massachusetts Appeals Court this week affirmed the murder conviction of a Chelsea man who stabbed a Lynn father of three to death at a Chelsea produce market seven years ago, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley announced. The court last week affirmed the second-degree murder conviction of Victor Moran, 27, indicted for...

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