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A Terrible Tragedy

March 28, 2013
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The mauling of a 14 year-old boy by guard dogs is a tragedy for our community. Our prayers go out to the victim who is in the hospital and to his family – the Marchettis. We hope that our city officials will take the time and do their homework in finding a solution so...
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Police Briefs 02-27-2013

March 28, 2013
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MONDAY, MARCH 18 Jermaine Kelley, 27, of 179 Constitution Ave., was arrested on charges of assault & battery upon a police officer, disorderly conduct, and making a threat to commit a crime. Christopher L. Kibbitt, 28, of 10 Yeamans St., was arrested on an outstanding warrant and on charges of illegal possession of a...
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Healthy Living Program at Revere Karate

March 28, 2013
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Drawing on her own challenges with weight loss and healthy eating, the Revere Karate Academy’s Doreen DiRienzo has put together an innovative, 10-week course to help participants change to healthier behaviors and lifestyles. The program has been dubbed ’10 weeks to a healthier you’ and will include a weekly fitness/cardio workout, nutrition classes and...
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Obituaries 02-27-2013

March 28, 2013
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Victor Niles Paananen College Professor, Dean, Author and Political Activist Victor Niles Paananen of Revere died of cancer on March 24 in Cambridge. He was 75 years old. Born in Ashtabula, Ohio on Jan. 31, 1938 to Niles and Anni (Iloranta) Paananen, he was a graduate of Ashtabula Harbor High in 1956, Harvard University...
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Three Cheers for the Moms!

March 22, 2013
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Three Cheers for the Moms!

The RHS cheering parents who have long supported their children finally got their turn in the spotlight at Myrtle Beach, SC, this past weekend. The team brought home another victory. Parents: Darryln Beliveau, Michelle Iacoiello, Kelly Capozzi, Lisa Pesce, Janice Russo, Laurie Godino, Gina Derosier, Tracy D’Elia, Michelle Mazza and Coaches Julianne Esposito, Kristina...
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Shillelagh Shenanigans

March 22, 2013
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Shillelagh Shenanigans

Eileen McCann shows off her authentic Shillelagh from the old country, and indicated she wasn’t afraid to use it if the occasion presented itself. She was one of many seniors that came out last Thursday decked in green for the annual St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon at the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center.
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Police Investigate Quadruple Stabbing

March 22, 2013
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Revere Police are investigating a gang-related incident from late Saturday night on Broadway where four young men were stabbed viciously – two of them in the chest. All four victims survived the attack, but have injuries – police said. Around 11 p.m. on Saturday, officers responded to the Broadway House of Pizza for a...
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Della Russo Stadium

March 22, 2013
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The vote last week by the Revere City Council to authorize $5.5M bonding for the refurbishment of Harry Della Russo Stadium is long overdue and needs to be commended. In these tough times to spend money on re-doing a park may seem like a project that can be put on hold until better times. ...
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City Announces New Mobile Application to Report Potholes, Graffiti and Other Issues

March 22, 2013
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Since taking office in January of 2012, Mayor Daniel Rizzo has been committed to implementing new technologies that will engage the citizens of Revere in new innovative ways. Online surveys, Facebook, Twitter, and an Email Newsletter have all been used in order to reach residents. Starting March 30, residents will be able to use...
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The Changing Face of Revere

March 22, 2013
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To the Editor: People have been saying for sometime now that the City of Revere is changing right before our eyes. I had always resisted such a notion, feeling that the Revere I grew up in hasn’t changed much at all. It was a destination for immigrants then, when my grandparents came from Italy...
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Well-earned Wages

March 22, 2013
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To the Editor: I am writing in response to “The City Payroll”, published on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013. This article raised some important questions regarding public sector employee wages, and although I fully agree that our dwindling budget could be put towards the community itself rather than increasing salaries, I am inclined to oppose...
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AG Ruling Could Put Seriously Impede Outright 
ban on Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

March 22, 2013
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City officials said they will continue to investigate an outright ban of medical marijuana dispensaries in Revere, but a new ruling by state Attorney General Martha Coakley looks to put that effort in jeopardy. Last week, Coakley issued a decision about the bylaws for the new law, voted in overwhelmingly via a ballot question...
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The Walking Bus

March 22, 2013
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The Garfield Elementary School invited all students and their families to walk to school with the Garfield Walking School Bus on Weds., March 6th. Walkers power the Garfield walking school bus. The walking bus begins at a walk stop where students and their families meet and walk together. As walkers make their way towards...
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Police Briefs 03-20-2013

March 22, 2013
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QUICK STOP HIT TWICE Knife-wielding thieves – or perhaps one thief – robbed the Quick Stop on Revere Street twice in one week. First, around 9:30 p.m. on Monday, March 11th, a white male entered the store and immediately demanded money while brandishing a knife. The clerk handed over the till and the robber...
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New Field House 
renovations at RHS Bring Programs Up a Notch

March 22, 2013
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As Revere High School (RHS) athletes move their attention back outside for the spring sports season, they will have left a very comfortable new home in the notably revamped RHS Field House. Long a source of embarrassment with its cavernous feel, condemned bleachers and “furry-looking” dark green ceiling, the Field House has been painstakingly...
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Suffolk Downs Featured in ‘Boston Sports Temples’ Exhibition

March 22, 2013
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Suffolk Downs is one of four historic sports venues featured in Boston Public Library’s current “Boston Sports Temples” exhibition, which showcases these beloved venues and their unique roles in the daily lives and hearts of generations of New Englanders. Suffolk Downs is joined by Fenway Park, the original Boston Garden and Braves Field in...
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Obituaries 03-20-2013

March 22, 2013
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Anthony Ferraro Worked at Tufts University Anthony J. Ferraro of Revere, formerly of Everett and Marblehead, died on March 17 at Beverly Hospital. He was 70 years old. Born in Malden, the son of the late Angelo and Rose (Fallavollita) and a former employee of Tufts University, he was the beloved husband of Sheila...
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Congratulations Superintendent Dakin

March 13, 2013
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For those of us who know Paul Dakin,  the fact that he won the Massachusetts Superintendent of the Year Award was not surprising.  From the time that he assumed the reins of the Revere school system a decade ago from Carol Tye, the professionalism that Tye made her hallmark and that he witnessed as...
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The McKinley School

March 13, 2013
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Maybe this it’s the part of getting old;  looking back and recalling when gas was less than a buck a gallon and a home or a new car were affordable for a middle class family, and then looking at the price of everything today and wondering whether the world has gone crazy. Well, the...
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A Greener Casino

March 13, 2013
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One only has to walk down the Las Vegas Boulevard in Nevada to experience the asphalt and concrete jungle. The small outdoor oases in these mega-casinos/hotels can make one long for larger and greener areas.  However, the only open and green space one sees from a Las Vegas hotel room is the mountains in...
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