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Kick It Up Consulting Joins LACC

November 10, 2017
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Carla Scheri brings a diverse and eclectic wealth of experience to her latest personal passion, “Kick It Up Consulting,” her own start-up business where she helps create and executes your business projects and events to completion. Sheri’s decades of experience in the entertainment business has brought her to this moment to help other businesses...

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Lynn Attorney Nicole Bluefort Named to NSCC Board of Trustees

November 3, 2017
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Lynn Attorney Nicole Bluefort Named to NSCC Board of Trustees

By Cary Shuman Attorney Nicole M. Bluefort, a rising star in the Greater Boston legal community, has been selected for a seat on the North Shore Community College Board of Trustees. Bluefort, who has law offices in Lynn and Boston, was notified by Governor Charlie Baker’s office last week about her prestigious appointment. “I’m...

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A True City Leader:Buzzy Barton Seeks Re-Election to Councillor-at-Large Seat

November 3, 2017
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A True City Leader:Buzzy Barton Seeks Re-Election to Councillor-at-Large Seat

By Cary Shuman Gordon “Buzzy” Barton took the Lynn English High School boys basketball team to five NEC titles and the Division 1 state final in 2009, following up on an 18-2 regular season as the girls basketball coach a decade earlier. Barton has been a highly respected leader in venues beyond the basketball...

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Rowe Predicts Tuesday’s Turnout Will Exceed Past City Elections

November 3, 2017
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By Cary Shuman Lynn City Clerk Janet Rowe is predicting that the turnout in Tuesday’s city election will exceed the turnouts in the previous city elections in 2009 and 2013. “I look for a turnout larger than the 31 percent we had four years ago,” said Rowe, who is also the city’s election chief....

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Partner Promotions Joins Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce

November 3, 2017
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The Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed new member Robin Samora, founder of Partner Promotions, to the organization with a ribbon cutting. “My motto is, “Let’s Make you Shine” said Samora whose parents were entrepreneurs with Lynn roots. She founded Partner Promotions to help those who “can’t see the forest through the trees,”...

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Warren,Markey and Moulton Endorse Tom McGee for Mayor of Lynn

November 3, 2017
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Senator Tom McGee announced today that he has received the endorsement of Senators Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey as well as Congressman Seth Moulton in his bid for Mayor of Lynn.  Tom has also received endorsements from numerous organizations, as well as Attorney General Maura Healey. In her endorsement Warren said, “Tom McGee is...

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Veterans Assisting Veterans Raises $15,000 with Generous Donation of 24-Karat Gold Motorcycle

November 3, 2017
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Veterans Assisting Veterans (VAV) a 100-percent volunteer, 501C3, which donates 100-percent of its proceeds to veterans, veterans causes, veteran organizations and veteran charities received a $15,000-dollar check from Kelly Auto Group. Kelly Auto Group with locations in Lynnfield, Beverly and Danvers, MA, who recently became aware of the storied 24 karat gold plated motorcycle...

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Lynn Boys and Girls Club Steak and Burger Dinner

October 27, 2017
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Lynn Boys and Girls Club Steak and Burger Dinner

The Bastarache family – Award recipient Dr. Raymond Bastarache, Mackie Bastarache, Gus Haywood, Kerry Haywood, Molly Haywood, Max Haywood, David Palmer, Chris Haywood, Marc Bastarache, and Abby Driscoll.

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Gravely is Still Running Strong:Tech Star Receives Rick Drislane Award

October 27, 2017
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Gravely is Still Running Strong:Tech Star Receives Rick Drislane Award

By Cary Shuman When Steffan Gravely scored the first touchdown of his football career in his Pop Warner days, his mother, Shenequa White, ran all 80 yards with him on the sidelines. Though she’s still in attendance at every game, the proud mom now watches the games from the bleachers. She was at Breakheart...

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Lynn City Council Hears Presentation on Becoming a Green Community

October 27, 2017
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By John Lynds Ward One City Councilor Wayne Lozzi brought in Neil Duffy of the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources to brief the Lynn City Council how it can become a Green Community at Tuesday’s meeting. In September, the Council voted unanimously to adopt the Lynn City Council’s Education and Environmental Committee’s recommendation to...

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