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New Feature by Arrigo to Appear in Journal

January 20, 2016
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As Mayor Brian Arrigo begins his first year in office, he is looking forward to answering your questions in a monthly “Ask the Mayor” segment here in the Revere Journal. Please send your questions to the Mayor’s office either by mail or by e-mail. On the second Wednesday of each month, Mayor Arrigo will...
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“Ask the Mayor” in the Journal

January 20, 2016
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 The Revere Journal is pleased to announce that Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo will be participating in an “Ask the Mayor” segment each month in the Journal. Mayor Arrigo will answer questions that are sent by email or U.S. mail to his office and the responses will appear in the Journal on the second Wednesday...
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Fr.Kumar Leaving St.Anthony’s

February 4, 2016
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Fr.Kumar Leaving St.Anthony’s

After 12 years at St. Anthony’s Fr. Kumar gives a final blessing to parishioner Nancy Cea, who works at Dr. DiPietro’s Family Dental Care.
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Sports 02-03-2016

February 4, 2016
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RhS sports Roundup RHS girls basketball team runs record to 14-1 The Revere High girls basketball team enjoyed another successful week, handily disposing of three Northeastern Conference rivals. Last Tuesday the Lady Patriots made the  long trek to Gloucester a worthwhile endeavor with a 72-33 blowout victory. Revere led from the start, jumping out to...
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Dodging Jonas

January 28, 2016
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Dodging Jonas

Ken Mason of Pemberton Street scrapes ice off the window of his car on Sunday morning once the first real snowstorm of the year had subsided, nicknamed Jonas. While Jonas walloped states to the south of Massachusetts, Revere and surrounding locales escaped heavy snowfall – leaving just enough for snow shovels and snowballs.
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City Officials Seek Help from DeLeo,Vincent to Renew Funding at GMS

January 28, 2016
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City Officials Seek Help from DeLeo,Vincent to Renew Funding at GMS

Revere School officials and Mayor Brian Arrigo welcomed Speaker Bob DeLeo and State Rep. RoseLee Vincent to the Garfield Middle School (GMS) on Monday to discuss the renewal of the school’s Extended Learning Time (ELT) grant and the restoration of full funding for the program. The GMS joins the Whelan School and the Hill...
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‘Lucky’ at the Lincoln

January 22, 2016
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‘Lucky’ at the Lincoln

Lucky the Leprechaun slams home the basketball last Thursday at the Lincoln School after taking the ball out of the hands of Math Teacher Lani Cabra-Pini and Principal Jodie Gennodie, doing a flip in the air and jamming it. Lucky’s dunk show was part of a larger assembly brought to the Lincoln by the...
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Rizzo Will Run for State Senate Seat

January 22, 2016
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Rizzo Will Run for State Senate Seat

Saying that he still has the fire to serve the public, former Revere mayor Dan Rizzo has announced that he will be a candidate for the State Senate seat in the First Suffolk and Middlesex District that includes the entire city of Revere. Rizzo also pointed to his impressive record of accomplishments during the...
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Morabito Announces Candidacy for Senate

January 22, 2016
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Morabito Announces Candidacy for Senate

After more than 15 years of serving our Commonwealth, Senator Anthony Petruccelli has elected to resign his seat as State Senator. As someone who is a life-long resident of the First Suffolk & Middlesex District, I’d like to thank him for representing us with such dedication and distinction. He is a true public servant...
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Arrigo Team Looking to Keep Revere Moving Forward

January 22, 2016
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Arrigo Team Looking to Keep Revere Moving Forward

By Sue Ellen Woodcock Getting the right team behind the daily functions of your office is one of the most important decisions a new Mayor can make. For Mayor Brian Arrigo the choices came with much thought, seeking the best and the brightest to advise the mayor, run daily operations and work together to...
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Giannino Outlines Goals As New Council President

January 22, 2016
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Giannino Outlines Goals As New Council President

By Cary Shuman Councillor-at-Large Jessica Giannino will stand at the podium for her first full meeting as president of the Revere City Council Monday night in the City Council Chambers. Giannino led a special meeting on inauguration night following her unanimous election as Council president. Monday’s meeting has a full agenda and Giannino will...
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Good Luck,Council President Giannino

January 22, 2016
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It’s a new era for the Revere City Council as Jessica Giannino begins her term as the new president of the 11-member body. Giannino is one of the few women ever to hold this prestigious office and at the age of 24 one of the youngest. She certainly has a mandate from the residents,...
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Residents Getting Powerball Fever

January 20, 2016
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Residents Getting Powerball Fever

Powerball has hit a staggering and record breaking $1.5 billion and hundreds of residents are running to their favorite corner store to buy tickets for Wednesday night’s drawing. While the odds of becoming instantly rich Wednesday night are 1 in 292,201,338, it hasn’t stopped the throngs of people buying tickets and it seems everywhere...
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Businesses on Shirley Avenue look to Organize into an Association

January 7, 2016
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Businesses on Shirley Avenue look to Organize into an Association

For years, Shirley Avenue has been a bustling center of business, but none of the businesses have ever been able to unite behind creating a unified district as exists in our areas. That, however, has changed recently as businesses have begun to unite to form one voice. There were occasional complaints, or calls for...
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Giannino Elected City Council President

January 7, 2016
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Giannino Elected City Council President

Jessica A. Giannino was elected unanimously as the president of the Revere City Council Monday night during a special session following the 2016 Oath of Office Ceremony in the City Council Chambers. Giannino, a 24-year-old graduate of Salem State University, is beginning her third term as a councillor-at-large. She has topped the ticket with...
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Proudly Pinned

December 31, 2015
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Proudly Pinned

Firefighter Virginia (Eydenberg) Segee is promoted to lieutenant in the Revere Fire Department. She received her pin from her son Massachusetts State Trooper Keith Segee. She is the first female firefighter in Revere and the second female lieutenant.
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Recount Affirms Arrigo’s Victory

December 31, 2015
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Recount Affirms Arrigo’s Victory

By Sue Ellen Woodcock After a nearly nine hour recount that spread over two days it has been confirmed that Councillor at-Large Brian Arrigo will be the next mayor of Revere, topping incumbent Dan Rizzo with a vote of 5,210 to 5,102. When the announcement was made Rizzo shook hands with Arrigo and offered...
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Club Told To Hire Detail Officer

December 31, 2015
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By Sue Ellen Woodcock The License Commission wants Taqueria Eucalipto II Corp., doing business as the Las Vegas Restaurant at 107 Shirley Ave. to get control of its patrons and the amount of alcohol being served there. In addition, the club is to have a paid police officer detail in place. Last Wednesday the...
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Revere’s Man of the Year:John Hamel is the Leading Force Behind Sand Sculpting Festival

December 31, 2015
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Revere’s Man of the Year:John Hamel is the Leading Force Behind Sand Sculpting Festival

High above Revere Beach last July on the Ferris Wheel during the International Sand Sculpting Festival, one could only marvel at the mobs of people having good, safe and clean fun on Revere Beach. It’s also not hard to remember that Revere Beach was neither good, safe or clean a short distance in the...
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Revere’s Woman of the Year:Lisa Cutting is a Tireless Advocate for Abused Animals

December 31, 2015
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Dogs can’t talk, but as long as Lisa Cutting is around, they don’t need to. The tireless advocate for bringing attention to the increasingly startling inhumane treatment of animals by some owners throughout Revere and the surrounding areas has not stopped her mission in 2015. Her mission is letting the public know, quite loudly...
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