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Pizza Ghiena Wars

April 23, 2014
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Pizza Ghiena Wars

Revere’s Michael Chiesa had eaten his mother’s Pizza Ghiena at Easter time for decades. The coveted recipe was a closely-held family secret that existed only in the memory of his mother, Laura Chiesa. That recipe had been passed down to Laura verbally from her mother – who more than likely brought it over from...

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IC Memories

April 23, 2014
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IC Memories

Ace McCarrick (left) and Ed O’Hara (right) were two sporting greats at Immaculate Conception School during their time. They are shown here pictured in front of the trophy case, most all of which were won by their teams during the school’s heyday. The school is celebrating its 100th year this month. See pages 4...

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Holy Week Services

April 16, 2014
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Holy Week Services

Churches in the area celebrated Palm Sunday last weekend, and here the annual St. Anthony’s Passion Play – re-enacted by the Parish Youth Group – took place. Playing the role of Jesus carrying the cross was Joseph Bitto and Austin DeRosa as one of Pilate’s soldiers.

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Runners on Your Mark: Revere Officers, Chief to Run Marathon after Playing Key Roles in Bombing Story

April 16, 2014
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Runners on Your Mark: Revere Officers, Chief to Run Marathon after Playing Key Roles in Bombing Story

When Sgt. Mike Mason crossed the finish line at the Boston Marathon last year, the blast from the first bomb erupted literally before he could even catch his breath. Mason can even be seen crossing the finish line just seconds before first bomb erupted in the crowd. He said he turned and – despite...

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New Year’s Celebration

April 16, 2014
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New Year’s Celebration

Channa Sath, lead dancer for the Angkor Dance Troupe, tosses colorful flower petals to signify the entrance of the Khmer New Year. A large block party and festival took place on Thornton Street Saturday, April 12, to ring in the Cambodian New Year. The celebration attracts hundreds every year and has been held at...

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Musical Fairy Tale ‘Into the Woods’

April 9, 2014
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Musical Fairy Tale ‘Into the Woods’

The Susan B. Anthony Middle School (SBA) will be presenting the mix-up musical fairy tale of ‘Into the Woods’ on Tuesday, April 15, and Wednesday, April 16, at 6:30 p.m. in the school’s auditorium. The play is based on the book by James Lapine with music by Stephen Sondheim. There are about 70 students...

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26 Suspects Nabbed in Early Morning Drug Raid Here

April 2, 2014
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26 Suspects Nabbed in Early Morning Drug Raid Here

Revere Police have announced that they worked a three-month investigation and took down some 26 persons accused of dealing drugs – mostly heroin – including one man who is still being sought and is believed to knowingly have sold a lethal bag of Fentanyl-laced heroin to a user who overdosed and died in February....

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Phantom Gourmet Loves New Deal

April 2, 2014
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Phantom Gourmet Loves New Deal

The Phantom Gourmet television show will be featuring one of Revere’s well-known food establishments, New Deal Fruit, 920 Broadway, on an upcoming episode. The Phantom will highlight the Italian groceria’s outstanding sandwiches, delicious fruit, and family atmosphere at the popular store. Pictured on the day of Phantom’s visit to the store are, from left,...

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Hill School Groundbreaking, Fulfillment of Longstanding Promise

March 28, 2014
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Hill School Groundbreaking, Fulfillment of Longstanding Promise

Hill Park is officially no more. A groundbreaking ceremony on Monday to welcome in the new Hill School officially put generations of softball games, tennis matches, pickup basketball games and swinging children into the history books of the City. Ushered in were the smiles of future and past generations of parents, students and teachers...

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Robert Casoli the Hero Few Knew about: Helped save 2,200 Refugees in Daring Korean War Mission

March 28, 2014
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Robert Casoli the Hero Few Knew about: Helped save 2,200 Refugees in Daring Korean War Mission

There are some people who never shy away from the spotlight in any situation, and then there are those like the late Robert Casoli – who, when the spotlight was turned in his direction for good reason, turned and walked the other way. Casoli, who would have been 84 last Friday, passed away in...

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MGC Casino Hearing Draws Packed House for Mohegan

March 28, 2014
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The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) stared down a packed room late on Tuesday afternoon that was full of casino advocates ready to tell them that Revere is the right place for a resort casino. Tuesday was the first local input public hearing for the Greater Boston region with MGC Commissioners hearing testimony from those...

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Only in America

March 28, 2014
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The article in last week’s Journal about the remarkable life-story of Antonio ‘Tony’ D’Ambrosio resonated deeply with many of our readers. Tony’s anecdotes of his years as a youth growing up in his native Italy, most notably his recollection of warming his feet in fresh cow manure on the family farm when it was...

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St. Patrick’s Day Lunch

March 18, 2014
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St. Patrick’s Day Lunch

Salvy and Marissa Curiale lent a helping hand to the many senior citizens who enjoyed a St. Patrick’s day lunch at the Rossetti Cowan Senior Center last week.

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Elks Club Boiled Dinner Party and Community Awards

March 18, 2014
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Elks Club Boiled Dinner Party and Community Awards

Charlotte Sweeney, Jane Cox and Susan Leary enjoyed the music, the Kelly Green hats and the fun at last Saturday night’s Elks Club Boiled Dinner Party and Community Awards. Joanne McKenna received the club’s first-ever Citizen of the Year award.

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‘Peace’ Sign Made out of Seashell

March 18, 2014
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‘Peace’ Sign Made out of Seashell

Revere resident Linda Morse stumbled upon this ‘Peace’ sign made out of seashells on Revere Beach last week by Beach-goers Melissa, Nicole and Julia (pictured here). Morse said she was walking her dogs and noticed thousands of clam shells washed up on the Beach. Such displays of sea clams on the Beach have been rather common this winter....

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Separated by U.S. Policy: Revere Family Hopes to Reunite after Immigration Battle, Protest

March 18, 2014
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Revere native Maria Peniche, 23, stood  on the U.S. Border in San Diego last week. Her parents, Alberto and Ines – former Revere residents for many years, were on the other side of that border – in Tijuana, Mexico. For eight months, they had been unable to embrace. Last week, they were able to...

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Can Spring Be Far Away?

March 12, 2014
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Can Spring Be Far Away?

Revere resident John Coyne hangs the banners at Fenway Park with less than 30 days until the ring ceremony.

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Annual 3 on 3 Tournament

March 12, 2014
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Annual 3 on 3 Tournament

The Revere Parks and Recreation Department recently held their annual 3 on 3 tournament play for middle school boys and girls. Players get ready to get the basketball pass.

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The American Dream: Local Family Goes from the Italian Countryside to the Ivy League

March 12, 2014
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The American Dream: Local Family Goes from the Italian Countryside to the Ivy League

Just two generations ago in the Italian countryside, in the aftermath of World War II, the D’Ambrosio family’s patriarch – Antonio ‘Tony’ D’Ambrosio – walked the fields of his family’s Avellino farm without any shoes. His feet became tough and calloused, and he remembers the embarrassment of not having “Sunday pants” for church. When...

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Mayor Dan Rizzo Joined Other Elected Officials and Public Employees

March 5, 2014
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Mayor Dan Rizzo Joined Other Elected Officials and Public Employees

Mayor Dan Rizzo joined other elected officials and public employees in taking time out on Monday to read some of the favorite Dr. Seuss stories to local school children celebrating

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