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Meet The New Officers

January 9, 2013
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Meet The New Officers

The City Council chose its officers on Monday night prior to the State of the City Address, with Councillor Ira Novoselsky (right) taking the reins as the new president in a 10-1 vote and Councillor Jessica Giannino (left) taking over as vice president in a unanimous vote. City Clerk Ashley Melnik (center) was unanimously re-appointed...
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Gaming Deadline Holds More Than One Mystery

January 9, 2013
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By this time next week, everyone interested in the Expanded Gaming horse race will know just who is holding them and who is folding them. The deadline for getting in the casino (or slots) game is coming next Tuesday, Jan. 15th, when all applicants are expected to submit their paperwork and their $400,000 application...
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In One Year,correggio Wins Battle of the Bulge

January 9, 2013
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When the calendar turned to 2012 last January, City Councillor John Correggio vowed to lose some weight. His doctor had challenged him to lose weight, and he knew he had to do something. Like many do at the first of every year, Correggio set out on a path to knock off a few pounds...
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Carey Excels in Dancing

January 9, 2013
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Courtney Carey is a young woman of many talents but dancing has always been a special avocation for her. She was a four-year varsity cheerleader and a member of the dance team at St. Mary’s High School in Lynn where she helped lead the teams to several championships. An honor roll student and a...
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Japan a Learning Experience for Revere’s Donovan

January 4, 2013
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Japan a Learning Experience for Revere’s Donovan

From a very young age – whether it was playing with toys brought back from Japan by an aunt or watching TV shows like Pokémon from Japan – Revere High School (RHS) senior Shannen Donovan has been attracted to the Land of the Rising Sun. And this past school term, she got to live...
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DeLeo Easily Re-elected Speaker of the House

January 4, 2013
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DeLeo Easily Re-elected Speaker of the House

House Speaker Bob DeLeo won an easy re-election to the top post as Speaker on Wednesday in the State House, and in comments after his election, vowed to tackle the state’s fiscally-unsound Department of Transportation (MassDOT). With Revere Mayor Dan Rizzo, Winthrop Council President Peter Gill and Winthrop City Manager James McKenna in the...
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Taking The Plunge

January 4, 2013
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Taking The Plunge

The Dennis Rich Memorial Polar Plunge had it’s 4th annual dip on New Year’s Day in honor of Jimmy Rich, who passed away from cancer. He left in addition to his many friends, his wife and three children. The group gathered en masse at the Beachmont VFW Post 6712 where they enjoyed refreshments both...
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Rizzo to Deliver State of City on Monday Night

January 4, 2013
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Mayor Dan Rizzo will recap his initial year in office during his first State of the City Address on Jan. 7th to the City Council in the City Council Chambers – focusing specifically on campaign initiatives that he has begun implementing over the past year. The 2013 City of Revere’s State of the City...
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Markey Will Run for Senate Seat

January 4, 2013
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Revere’s congressman Ed Markey (D-Malden) has officially tossed his hat in the ring as a candidate for Sen. John Kerry’s potentially vacant seat – and already Sen. Scott Brown has publicly challenged Markey’s residency at the Congressman’s childhood home in Malden. Markey announced his candidacy on Dec. 27th in a press conference. “With Senator...
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Large Number of Homeless Students in RPS

January 4, 2013
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The number of officially homeless students in the City’s school district has more than doubled over the last two years, and school officials said it is both a sobering and expensive turn of events. As of the end of the last term (December 21st), the schools reported that there is an all-time high of...
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Women’s Club Christmas Celebration.

December 27, 2012
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Women’s Club Christmas Celebration.

Members of the Revere Woman’s Club are pictured with special guest Michael Resca, Commandant of the Chelsea Soldiers Home. Resca received festive Christmas gift bags prepared by the Woman’s Club to be distributed to the veterans living at the home.
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Santa Baby! What’s Going on at the Revere Senior Center?

December 27, 2012
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Santa Baby! What’s Going on at the Revere Senior Center?

Santa Baby! What’s going on at the Revere Senior Center? Well, what happened at last Thursday’s Christmas Party/Dance Show was that Vincent Greco and Morris Morris got a good seat under the mistletoe so that Jade Cipolla (left) and Amanda Cosgrove (right) could plant a kiss on their cheeks. The fun was part of...
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Acts of Courage Highlighted at Rpd Ceremony

December 27, 2012
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Digging up the past is always tricky business, but when it comes to highlighting heroic deeds by police officers, there’s nothing all that complicated about it. After years without much public accolade, the Revere Police Department (RPD) held its First Annual Awards and Recognition Ceremony on Monday night – highlighting the brave acts of...
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New Mckinley School Still Siting at Hill Park

December 27, 2012
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The comprehensive constructions estimates for the new McKinley School have been completed and look to still point towards the Hill Park site. Superintendent Paul Dakin said that the comprehensive estimates (which include everything, including land takings and relocation costs) were done for all four options, and the Hill Park site came in the lowest...
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Feeding Frenzy for Kerry’s Seat

December 27, 2012
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For more than a generation Sen. John Kerry has stood at the top of the top of the political food chain in the Massachusetts federal delegation as one of two U.S. Senators – being the senior senator for the last few years – and since his proposed appointment last week to the Secretary of...
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Beachmontt Holiday Cheer

December 20, 2012
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Beachmontt Holiday Cheer

Spreading Christmas cheer and sharing smiles at the Beachmont Christmas tree lighting were School committeewoman Carol Tye , Santa and Kathleen Heiser.
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To Serve and Protect

December 20, 2012
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To Serve and Protect

The Revere Police Department hosted its 1st Annual Awards and Recognition Ceremony Monday night and awarded 10 officers recognition medals for acts of bravery going back as far as 1997 and as recent as 2011. Here, Officer Mark DeSimone (center) is honored for a 2006 incident in Beachmont where he took into custody an...
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Officials Seek Federal Help for Safer Schools

December 20, 2012
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City and school officials have called upon the federal government to help them make schools safer in Revere and across the country, with Mayor Dan Rizzo suggesting that members of the National Guard conduct their required service at school entrances. After the unspeakable events that transpired last Friday morning in Newtown, CT, the country...
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Suffolk Downs and Citi Center Team Up for Entertainment at Proposed Casino

December 20, 2012
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Tuesday morning brought the major announcement by Suffolk Downs and Caesar’s Entertainment that they have cemented a partnership with Boston’s Citi Performing Arts Center (Citi Center) to provide arts and entertainment programming at the proposed casino. Citi Center operates the Wang Center, the Shubert Theatre and the Emerson Majestic Theatre in Boston’s Theatre District....
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Cabral Pegged for State Cabinet

December 20, 2012
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There’s going to be a new sheriff in town. Suffolk County Sheriff Andrea Cabral has accepted a position in Gov. Deval Patrick’s cabinet as the Secretary of Public Safety and Security. Cabral was last elected to her post as sheriff in 2010, besting Hassan Smith easily. “Sheriff Cabral is grateful that Governor Patrick has...
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