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Governor Baker at the Capitol Diner

December 22, 2017
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Governor Baker at the Capitol Diner

Governor Charlie Baker came to the Capitol Diner in Lynn for radio station North Shore 104.9 FM’s launch of its North Shore Holiday Toy Drive. One of the highlights of the morning radio show was a performance by Jacob Johansson (guitar) and his sister, Sophia Johnannson (vocals) of two Christmas songs, White Christmas and...

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Holiday Spectacular

December 22, 2017
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Holiday Spectacular

St. Mary’s of Lynn Dance Team group picture with Beverly Richards.

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Walsh Lauds Melanson for Her Efforts in Christmas Eve Parade

December 22, 2017
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Walsh Lauds Melanson for Her Efforts in Christmas Eve Parade

By Cary Shuman Lynn City Councillor Jay Walsh says that Janet Melanson will be making her final appearance in the role of Mrs. Santa Claus in the Lynn Christmas Eve Parade that is set for Sunday, Dec. 24, beginning at 5 p.m. in Austin Square. Walsh, coordinator of the parade, said Melanson told him...

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MassDOT and Boston Harbor Now Present Proposed Ferry Site Short List to Seaport Economic Council

December 22, 2017
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Members of the Seaport Economic Council convened this week and were briefed on a dozen sites which have been identified by stakeholders as having the best potential for new or expanded ferry service.  As part of the ongoing Boston Harbor Water Transportation Study, routes between these sites will then be analyzed to select the...

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City Council Sets Tax Rate

December 22, 2017
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By John Lynds The Lynn City Council set the new tax rates for residential and commercial properties at Tuesday night’s meeting. The new tax rate for residential properties will drop from $15.60 to $15.15 per $1,000 while the tax rate for commercial properties will also drop two percent to $29.45 per $1,000. However, although...

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Mother of U.S. Marine Organizes Toys for Tots Drive in Lynn

December 22, 2017
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By Cary Shuman Michelle Civiello wanted to do something special to honor her son Dana Stevens’ service in the United States Marine Corps. So last year Civiello launched a “Toys For Tots” drive to help children enjoy the holiday season. “Last year was going to be my first Christmas without my son being home,...

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Solimine Funeral Home Holds Christmas Party for Lynn Students

December 14, 2017
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Solimine Funeral Home Holds Christmas Party for Lynn Students

The Solimine Funeral Home arranged for a special visit from Santa Claus during the annual Christmas party for Lynn special needs students. The party was held at the Sacred Heart School. In the photo above, students and their teachers are pictured with Santa Claus during the party. Each student received lunch and a Christmas...

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Knights of Columbus Christmas Party

December 14, 2017
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Knights of Columbus Christmas Party

Joyous time for these Knights: (front): Robert Devlin, Fred Santangelo, Nick Mimnino, Thomas Donato; (back): Frank Carrabba, David Solimine, Jr., David Solimine, Sr., Carl Vitello, Teddy Paragios, and Basil Manias.

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NSCC Alumni Association Fundraiser

December 14, 2017
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NSCC Alumni Association Fundraiser

NSCC Alumni officers – Julianne Howland, Treasurer, Donna Rosato, Secretary, Lesley Peters, President, and Lisa Tusinski, Vice-President at the North Shore Community College Alumni Association scholarship fundraiser.

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Joel Machado Starts New Youth Football League in Lynn

December 14, 2017
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By Cary Shuman A Lynn youth football coach is launching a new, off-season youth league that is set to begin in February. Joel Machado, a coach in the East Lynn Pop Warner organization, said the first-year program will be called the New England Youth Tackle Football League (NEYT) and will be conducted at indoor...

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