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Tornado Memorial Marks One Year Anniversary

July 30, 2015
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Tornado Memorial Marks One Year Anniversary

A new plaque on the front lawn of City Hall now marks the area where an EF2 tornado struck the city last July 28, 2014 shortly after 9:30 a.m. Tuesday morning city hall employees, police, fire, politicians, residents and business owners gathered to unveil the bronze plaque commemorating the day that no one ever...
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Sand Sculpting Festival Draws a Million Visitors

July 30, 2015
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Sand Sculpting Festival Draws a Million Visitors

With a million visitors coming to the Beach over the entire week of the International Sand Sculpting Festival, and the world’s best sculptors carving on the Beach, organizers believe that they have assembled one of the best festivals in the world. Last year, the three-day festival drew an estimated 800,000 people over the three...
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Letters to the Editor

July 30, 2015
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Responding to letter on Mackin Field Dear Editor: I am writing in response to Mayor Rizzo’s Letter to the Editor in your July 22nd edition. As MA District 16 Administrator for Little League Baseball, I have closely followed the debate over the future of McMackin Field. I wish nothing more than to see Little...
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As Officials Look for More Solutions,Overdoses Continue to Spike

July 22, 2015
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As Officials Look for More Solutions,Overdoses Continue to Spike

As state and local officials and organizations work to find solutions to preventing opiate overdoses, incidents of such occurrences have spiked in recent weeks and over this year. Last week, Revere Fire reported there were 12 overdoses and eight were given the reversal drug Narcan – and were saved. Another six were reported this...
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Primary Looms in September for Mayor, Council Candidates

July 22, 2015
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Due to a large number of candidates for Mayor and Councillor-at-Large, there will most likely be a Sept. 1 preliminary election. Candidates for office had to have their nomination papers turned in and certified by 5 p.m. Tuesday. According to the Election Department, which certified signatures for all but one candidate for Councillor-at-Large, there...
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Lightbody Attorneys Allege Wynn Officials Knew of Land Ownership

July 22, 2015
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Attorneys for Revere’s Charlie Lightbody have filed a motion in Federal Court alleging that Wynn Everett officials knew in advance of his previous involvement with the Everett casino site long before they moved to purchase the land, and used the controversy to knock off $40 million from the sale price. Such a revelation, if...
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A Grand Time on the Fourth

July 14, 2015
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A Grand Time on the Fourth

Tara and Leo Murphy, and Chris and Alessandra Morales, celebrating little Alessandra’s very first July 4th Independence Day. Hundreds of children and families packed the Whelan School field on Saturday afternoon, July 4, for games, food and music during the City of Revere Department of Recreation’s Annual July 4th Festival.
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RHA Housing Rehab

July 14, 2015
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RHA Housing Rehab

The Revere Housing Authority opened its newest housing units on Nahant Ave. The building was a complete renovation. New tenant Jessica Gonzalez (second from left) with Yessenia, Joshua, Juliany, Jailyn, RHA Board Chair George Anzuoni and Executive Director Linda Shaw.
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One Does Not Have to Go to Italy To See the Leaning Tower of Pisa:Jimmy Zajimi Makes Exact Scale Model

July 14, 2015
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One Does Not Have to Go to Italy To See the Leaning Tower of Pisa:Jimmy Zajimi Makes Exact Scale Model

There’s no need to go all the way to Italy to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa anymore. One needs only to head over to Revere Street where Jimmy Zajmi, of Elmwood Avenue, is putting the finishing touches this month on his full scale, 10-foot tall, exact replica of the Italian wonder. “I started...
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Police Briefs 07-08-2015

July 14, 2015
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ARREST  Report Monday, June 29 Louis LePore, 54, of 27 Spring Ave., was charged with being a fugitive from justice (New Jersey) on a governor’s warrant. Tuesday, June 30 Susan Hayes, 46, of 48 Conant St., was arrested on one warrant. Wednesday, July 1 Brian Adams, 26, of 63 Allston St., was charged with...
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Partners Health Helping Summer Food Programs

July 14, 2015
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Just as Matt Fishman, vice president for Community Health at Partners Health Care, stated in this week’s Revere Journal, “The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) helps keep thousands of children and families well nourished during the busy summer months,” including hundreds of residents of Revere. And while Partners HealthCare indicated is grateful to be...
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Kicks Off Campaign

July 3, 2015
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Kicks Off Campaign

Councillor-at-Large Brian Arrigo and his wife, Daveen, are pictured at Brian’s mayoral campaign kickoff barbecue Saturday at their home.
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It’s a Dogs Life

July 3, 2015
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It’s a Dogs Life

The Calling All Dog Lovers event was held at the proposed dog park on Sargent St. Shown above are Alexa Giannino, and her dog, Chopper, as “Dog Marley,” Carlo Mastromattei and Ann Beth Chinchillo, of ABC K-9 Rehab, with their dogs, Frosty and Blitzen, as “The Blues Brothers.”
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It All Started Here:25 Years and Four Children Later, DiPlatzis Recount Ongoing Journey

July 3, 2015
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It was 25 years ago yesterday, June 30, when Paul and Charlene DiPlatzi exchanged wedding vows – a journey that started when Charlene opened the Revere Journal at the old August Moon Restaurant – her nervous boyfriend Paul DiPlatzi by her side – and saw a huge advertisement from Paul proclaiming his love for...
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Letters to the Editor

July 3, 2015
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More on the Hill School project Dear Editor: At a recent meeting at Revere City Hall called by Ward 4 City Councilor Stephen Reardon residents were invited to express their views on possible traffic problems at the newly rebuilt Harry Della Russo Stadium and the new elementary school next to it. In a letter...
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Revere Home Hits $1M Mark

June 25, 2015
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Revere Home Hits $1M Mark

The local real estate market is going full speed ahead, but one market that is emerging amongst the resurgence is high-end properties – and Gary Ferragamo of Celata Real Estate is primed to sell the city’s first $1 million home. The Italian Villa on Rice Avenue faces the Atlantic Ocean and has a master...
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Kitty Bowman Leaves Legacy of Caring for All

June 25, 2015
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Kitty Bowman Leaves Legacy of Caring for All

In 1997, when Kitty Bowman came to Revere to lead a fledgling community benefits organization sponsored by Mass General, she never thought the community would rub off on her in the way it has. The long-time director of RevereCARES has retired from her post and said that even though she is leaving Revere for...
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Police Briefs 06-24-2015

June 25, 2015
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FATAL OD ON PEARL AVENUE A Beachmont man was found deceased from an apparent drug overdose on Pearl Avenue. Police responded to the apartment building around 1:40 p.m. on Friday to find the man had died. He was found in a bedroom on the third floor. FIGHTIN’ OVER A MAN One woman is being...
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Paul Revere Field Day

June 18, 2015
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Paul Revere Field Day

Kyle Lanes is all smiles on all fours as he crawls under the parachute as part of a game of tag last Thursday morning during the annual Paul Revere Field Day festivities. Children from all grades and scores of parents and teachers supervised, and participated, in events such as limbo, sack races and other...
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Orbelina Erazo to Compete in Miss Mass.

June 18, 2015
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Orbelina Erazo to Compete in Miss Mass.

Orbelina Erazo is a young woman who knows what she wants – the title of Miss Massachusetts 2016 – and she will go for it on June 28 at the Hanover Theater in Worcester. Erazo is moving up the ladder in the pageant world and hopes to expand the pageant in Massachusetts. She currently...
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