Lending a helping hand – Student Volunteers Invaluable to Lynn’s My Brother’s Table

September 19, 2009
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Lending a helping hand – Student Volunteers Invaluable to Lynn’s My Brother’s Table

By Sarah Phelan It is very rare to hear a story reported about Lynn teens that doesn’t involve some sort of guns, drugs, or other types of reckless behavior. We don’t hear about students who are not texting as they are driving, or not circulating questionable photographs of their friends, not tagging local homes...

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Dunnigan wins Hill Sportsmanship Award

September 19, 2009
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Dunnigan wins Hill Sportsmanship Award

By Cary Shuman Cullen Dunnigan slugged 20 home runs this season in Wyoma Little League, but it’s his positive and helpful attitude off the field that endears him to his teammates and friends. Cullen, a graduating player from the Wyoma Little League, is the 2009 recipient of the William “Sonny Man” Hill Sportsmanship Award....

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Primary Day – Mayor’s race dominates local interest

September 19, 2009
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By Joshua Resnek Mayor Edward “Chip” Clancy faces a test of sort Tuesday as Lynn goes to the polls in a primary that finds the mayor challenged by a newcomer David Rohnstock and Judith Flanagan Kennedy, a councilor-at-large running for mayor on stickers. This is a test of the mayor’s strength, of the voters’...

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Obituaries – 9/17/09

September 19, 2009
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Edward Keaney, 82 Longtime Eucharistic Minister at Holy Family Church Edward W. “Eddie” Keaney, a lifelong resident of Lynn, died peacefully on September 8 in Salem Hospital, following a long illness.  He was 82 years old. Born in Lynn, son of the late Francis J. and Theresa (McDermott) Keaney, he attended Lynn schools and,...

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Primary Day

September 19, 2009
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Primary Day is here. Lynn residents wanting to have a say in how this city is run need to get out and vote. If you are a voter, call three or four voters you know and make sure they go to their ward and precinct headquarters to cast a vote. In neighboring Revere, that...

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Let’s all agree to disagree

September 12, 2009
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Let’s all agree to disagree

By Joshua Resnek The mayor didn’t meet his match at the debate held last Thursday at the Orthodox synagogue, Ahabat Shalom, on Ocean Street. What transpired there between the candidates is what voters can expect during this year of our discontent – posturing by those who want to unseat Clancy, a reiteration of everything...

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Preferred member

September 12, 2009
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Preferred member

By Cary Shuman New Gannon Golf Course member Anne Fraser was current professional golfing star Morgan Pressel’s high school coach at St. Andrews High School in Boca Raton, Florida, but Fraser was also an excellent player. Fraser, 29, was a college champion at Rutgers University and later at Florida Atlantic University and qualified for...

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Mixed Classic was a complete success

September 12, 2009
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Story and Photos By Cary Shuman With a sudden death playoff, the 20th anniversary of the Mixed Classic provided a dramatic conclusion to the summer golfing season at Gannon Municipal Course in Lynn. John and Phyllis Berg prevailed over Steve Ross and Laurie Lynch to win the title on the first extra hole in...

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Labor Day 2009

September 12, 2009
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Labor Day has come and gone, finishing off the half-summer during this, the fall of our discontent. The government estimates that 14 million Americans are out of work. The unemployment rate is 9.7 percent and rising, although the numbers of those losing jobs is declining. We all know that the world economy was turned...

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Obituaries – 9/10/09

September 12, 2009
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Anna Guarino Known for Christmas display Anna (Roffo) Guarino of East Boston died on September 2. For many years, Mrs. Guarino and her husband, Mario, delighted the children of the East Boston community with a Christmas display around their home for all to come and enjoy. She was the beloved wife of Mario “The...

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