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Train to Become a MA Certified Addiction Recovery Coach

November 16, 2017
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Advance in a career filled with purpose and possibilities – train to become a Massachusetts Certified Addiction Recovery Coach. North Shore Community College (NSCC) is offering a new series of four-day, 30-hour workshops that are the gold standard for Recovery Coach Training, fulfilling 30 of 60 educational hours required to become a Massachusetts Certified...

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Lynn City Council Approves Several Projects Tuesday

November 16, 2017
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By John Lynds The Lynn City Council approved several projects and petitions at Tuesday night’s council meeting. First up the council voted unanimously in favor of the Lynn Downtown Cultural District’s (DCD) petition for a special permit to host open air stands and linseed food trucks for community events. “We applied for the special...

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Dr Michael Schrenko Retires from Family Medical Practice in Lynn

November 16, 2017
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Dr. Michael Schrenko, who operated a family practice at 49 Ocean St., Lynn, for 38 years, was honored at a retirement party Nov. 10 at the Porthole in Lynn. Dr. Schrenko, 69, grew up in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and graduated from Moravian College. He received his medical degree from the Kansas City University School of...

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McGee Elected Mayor of Lynn

November 10, 2017
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McGee Elected Mayor of Lynn

By Cary Shuman State Sen. Tom McGee was elected mayor of Lynn Tuesday night, defeating Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy with a strong showing at the polls across the city. McGee, who has represented Lynn as a state senator and a state representative, received 9,442 votes (64.41 percent) while Kennedy received 5,174 votes (35.31 percent)....

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LaPierre Tops the Ticket in At-Large Race Barton, Net are Also Re-Elected; Field Elected

November 10, 2017
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Brian LaPierre topped the ticket in the councillor-at-large race for the second final election in a row while fellow incumbents Buzzy Barton and Hong Net were also re-elected to office. Brian Field finished in fourth place with 4,933 votes to also earn an at-large seat on the Lynn City Council. LaPierre received 6,594 votes...

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Newcomers Satterwhite,Castellanos Elected:Coppola Tops Ticket; Incumbents Ford, Gately, Nicholson are also Re-Elected

November 10, 2017
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Attorney Michael Satterwhite and Brian Castellanos will be joining incumbents Doonna Coppola, John E. Ford Jr., Lorraine Gately and Attorney Jared Nicholson on the new Lynn School Committee that convenes in January. Satterwhite took fifth place with 4,443 votes while Castellano earned his seat with 4,367. Coppola had a very impressive victory in the...

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Lozzi,Chakoutis,Cyr Win Re-Election; Starbard Elected Councillor in Ward 2

November 10, 2017
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Ward 1 Councillor Wayne Lozzi won a hard-fought race for the seat while Ward 3 Councillor Darren Cyr and Ward 5 Councillor Dianna Chakoutis were also re-elected in contested races Tuesday. Ward 4 Councillor Richard Colucci, Ward 6 Councillor Peter Capano, and Ward 7 Councillor Jay Walsh were unopposed in their bids for re-election....

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Panias Scores Two Touchdowns to Lead East Lynn over Boston Raiders

November 10, 2017
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By Cary Shuman Just when you though Ernie Panias might be caught at the 20-yard line, he accelerated toward the end zone. Panias’s 95-yard touchdown run was the play of the game for the East Lynn Bulldogs Pop Warner ‘D’ team in its 13-0 victory over the Boston Raiders Sunday at Chelsea Memorial Stadium....

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Spartans Advance to North Final

November 10, 2017
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By Joe Kasper The Spartans dominated again on both sides of the ball in a 46-0 victory of Greater Lawrence Tech (Andover, MA). Quarterback, Calvin Johnson started the scoring for the Spartans with a 2 yard touchdown run, that was followed up by a Marlon Scott 2 point conversion, to give the Spartans of...

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Classical Golfers Wrap up a Banner Season

November 10, 2017
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By Joyce Erekson Golf may not be the “first” sport for many of the players on the Classical High golf team, but you wouldn’t know it given the success the Rams enjoyed this fall. The team, which is loaded with hockey and baseball players, finished 12-4 overall and 11-3 in the Northeastern Conference South,...

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