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Revere Needs a Senate Candidate Now

December 17, 2015
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There is an old adage that goes ‘timing is everything.’ We contend that now is the time for a single candidate from Revere to announce and run for the seat being vacated by Senator Anthony Petruccelli. It has been more than 25 years since a Revere resident held this senate seat.  From 1956 with...
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Sports 12-16-2015

December 17, 2015
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RHS sports Roundup Boys basketball ready for season-opening week The Revere High boys basketball team was ready to spring into action for the start of its 2016 season, hosting Danvers last night (Tuesday). The Patriots engaged in a pre-season scrimmage with Hamilton-Wenham last week in which the Revere squad showed much promise for the...
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Obituaries 12-16-2015

December 17, 2015
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Janeruth ‘Jr.’ Delathouwer Registry of Motor Vehicles retiree Janeruth “Jr.” (Israel) Delathouwer of Revere, formerly of Chelsea, passed away on December 9. She was 73 years old. The beloved wife of John Delathouwer with whom she shared 45 years of marriage, she was the loving mother of Danielle McCusker and her husband, Robert of...
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Annual Santa Walk Held

December 10, 2015
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Annual Santa Walk Held

El Baker with her children, Myles and Victoria, were dressed for the season in their holiday outfits on Sunday during the annual Santa Walk. It was a beautiful, unseasonably warm, December day that saw walkers head from the Whelan School to City Hall dressed in their best Christmas outfits.
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Council Grants Special Permit for ‘Pot’ Shop

December 10, 2015
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By Sue Ellen Woodcock Despite impassioned pleas from residents of all ages and backgrounds not to bring medical marijuana to Revere, the majority of the Revere City Council granted a special permit to the Wellness Connection of Massachusetts (WCM) to operate a facility on Railroad Street. As pointed out by Zoning Subcommittee chair Stephen...
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Arrigo Starting Transition Process

December 10, 2015
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By Sue Ellen Woodcock There are no signs that Mayor Dan Rizzo will be filing a suit in Suffolk Superior Court regarding the recount of the Nov. 3 election, where councillor Brian Arrigo topped the race with 5,209 votes over Rizzo’s 5,091, a difference of 118 votes. Several attempts to reach Rizzo were unsuccessful...
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Police Briefs 12-09-2015

December 10, 2015
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Monday, Nov. 30 No Arrests Reported Tuesday, Dec. 1 Warren Mongo Wade, 26, of 168 Winthrop Ave., was arrested on one warrant. Wednesday, Dec. 2 Elena Lourdes Gaston, 60, of 18 Eustis St., was charged with human trafficking involving servitude, deriving support from prostitution, conspiracy and other offenses. Thursday, Dec. 3 Renee Kirby, 44,...
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Letters to the Editor

December 10, 2015
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Morabito considering a run for State Senate Dear Editor: Over the past few days, I have received phone calls inquiring and suggesting that I run for Massachusetts Senate of the First Suffolk & Middlesex state district. After such positive feedback, it is with great certainty I am considering to run for senator. After 17...
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Hoping for Change Is A Fruitless Exercise with This President

December 10, 2015
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I sat down Sunday to watch President Barack Obama’s Oval Office speech – a rarity in his seven years in office – with a mind towards hoping he would change. After all, if the largest terror attack on American soil since 2001 hadn’t moved him, then nothing would. So, I figured his stubborn nature...
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Beachmont Tree Lighting

December 10, 2015
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On Sunday, December 13, 2015 at 5:00 PM, the Beachmont Improvement Committee will celebrate its Annual “Great Beachmont Holiday Celebration.” Each year, the community has joyfully come together to participate in the lighting of our tree and accompanying festivities. Even though Santa is very busy at this time of year, he has been known...
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Thank You Senator Petruccelli

December 10, 2015
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The news that our state senator, Anthony Petruccelli, has decided to resign from the Senate and take a position in the private sector, has caught residents of Revere by surprise. Anthony has been an outstanding senator and Revere residents have been well represented by him on Beacon Hill. He has become a powerful legislator,...
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Sports 12-09-2015

December 10, 2015
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RHS girls basketball opens season Tuesday The Revere High girls basketball team, the defending North Division champion of the Northeastern Conference, will open the defense of its title this Tuesday at Danvers. Veteran head coach Diana Finn (formerly DeCristoforo) and her squad have a busy pre-season schedule in anticipation of their 2015-16 campaign. The...
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Obituaries 12-09-2015

December 10, 2015
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David Russell Devoted family man and sports fan David W. Russell of Kennebunk, Maine, formerly of Tewksbury and Somerville, died on December 5 at Gosnell Memorial Hospice House after a brief illness. He was 73 years old. Born and raised in Somerville, the son of the late Charles and Mary (Mortimer) Russell, David was...
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Final Game as RHS Patriot

December 3, 2015
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Final Game as RHS Patriot

Revere High football Capt. Dan Murphy with mom, Joanne, during Senior Day celebrations just prior to the Revere-Winthrop Thanksgiving Rivalry game on Nov. 26. The Patriots fought it out with their archrival, but came up short, losing 15-12.
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All I Want For Christmas is ….

December 3, 2015
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All I Want For Christmas is ….

Zoe Deavilla tells Santa what she would like for Christmas during Saturday’s (Nov. 28) City Tree Lighting celebration at City Hall. Scores of people turned out for pony rides, cookie decorating, pony rides and the official lighting up of City Hall by Mayor Dan Rizzo and Santa Claus.
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Kelly Will Not Go to Council Unless Ordered by School Bd.

December 3, 2015
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By Sue Ellen Woodcock Councillor Anthony Zambuto filed a motion with the City Council for the superintendent of schools and the high school principal to appear before the council and explain what has been going on with a student caught up in a social media response. “This has gotten a lot more publicity than...
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Pot Shop Request Sent to Council Sub-Committee

December 3, 2015
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By Sue Ellen Woodcock Representatives of The Wellness Connection of Massachusetts, Inc. (WCM) came before the city council Monday night seeking a special permit to open a medical marijuana treatment center at 44 Railroad St. Attorney Lawrence Simeone Jr., representing WCM said the group was formerly known as Boston Wellness Associates Inc., and received...
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Police Briefs 12-02-2015

December 3, 2015
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House Breaks: (2) Ocean Avenue – Ocean Village; and Campbell Avenue. Commercial Breaks: (0) Motor Vehicle *Thefts/Breaks: (4) Squire Road; Squire Road – Market Basket; *Revere Street; and *Kimball Avenue. Motor Vehicle Accidents: (34) Copeland Circle (4); Brown Circle (2); American Legion Hwy/Hutchinson; Shirley/Ocean; Washington Avenue; Beach Street; Parkway; Sargent/Newhall; Revere Street; Shirley Avenue;...
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Letter to the Editor

December 3, 2015
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Thank you to all Dear Editor: On Oct 24th 2015, the Naomi Bagdon Believe in a Cure Foundation, Inc. hosted the 4th Annual Believe in a Cure Walk for Pancreatic Cancer on DCR\Revere Beach BLVD. The Walk had approximately 45 registered participants who generated just over $9,000 in donations. I would like to thank...
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Thinking Out Loud:Tolerating Everything but Free Speech

December 3, 2015
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By Sal Giarratani Sadly, America is no longer the same America that our Founding Fathers thought they created back in 1776 . All of them must be rolling over in the graves looking at the politically correct regiment knocking down what they said or tearing down statues in their honor. The progressives are acting...
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