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Life Quality Survey Results are Presented

August 21, 2015
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Last Thursday night city officials, organizers, RevereCARES and representatives from MGH presented the 2015 Community Health Assessment at the Turkish Cultural Center. Residents found four major priorities that Revere and Massachusetts General Hospital can address together following the release of most recent Quality of Life survey. The four areas needing attention according to survey...
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Moving Revere in A Positive Direction

August 21, 2015
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By Mayor Dan Rizzo Revere is moving forward in a positive direction and I see no room for negativity in this race.  Detractors may call me names, they may lie to advance their political agendas, or try to convince you that your city is not great. We can’t let naysayers tarnish our accomplishments or...
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Conservation Commission Approves Development

August 14, 2015
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The Conservation Commission has unanimously approved an order of conditions for a new development where the former Shaw’s was at 205 Revere Beach Parkway. Last Wednesday afternoon the commission held a public hearing on the notice of intent filed by TransDel Corp./Gate Residential of Boston. Developers plan to build two, six-story apartment buildings after...
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Community Compact Program

August 14, 2015
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Mayor Dan Rizzo is to be congratulated for seizing the opportunity and having Revere become one of the first communities in the state to sign onto the Community Compact program. In simple terms, this state program will help Revere implement best practices and deliver services more efficiently, all with the help and funding of...
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Revere and State Officials Sign On to Community Compact Program

August 6, 2015
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Revere and State Officials Sign On to Community Compact Program

Revere officials joined a new initiative Tuesday morning promoted by Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito in being one of the first communities in the state to sign on to the Community Compact program. “We’re the eighth community in the Commonwealth to sign on to this and none of our urban neighbors have done so yet,”...
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Letters to the Editor

August 6, 2015
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Thank You from RSCHP Dear Edior: On behalf of the Revere Society for Cultural & Historic Preservation (RSCHP) we would like to thank all those who visited our booth and exhibit at the recent Sand Sculpting Festival.  We were gratified to have so many folks, old and young, Revere residents and visitors, share with...
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Revere Home Hits $1M Mark

June 25, 2015
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Revere Home Hits $1M Mark

The local real estate market is going full speed ahead, but one market that is emerging amongst the resurgence is high-end properties – and Gary Ferragamo of Celata Real Estate is primed to sell the city’s first $1 million home. The Italian Villa on Rice Avenue faces the Atlantic Ocean and has a master...
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Rizzo Supports Increasing Earned Income Tax Credit

June 25, 2015
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Governor Baker and the Massachusetts Senate have put forth two separate proposals to increase the Earned Income Tax Credit for working families in our state.  This is a brave step to address income inequality for the residents of our state and should be commended. As Mayor of Revere, I meet residents everyday who are...
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A Well Deserved Honor

June 18, 2015
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The announcement by the New England Region of the National Housing Authority and Redevelopment Officers that Revere Housing Authority Commissioner George Anzuoni has been named 2015 Commissioner of the Year comes as no surprise to Revere residents. For almost four decades, Anzuoni has been a credit to former Mayor George Colella who first hired...
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Ambrosino Chosen as Chelsea Manager

June 11, 2015
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Former Revere Mayor Tom Ambrosino has crossed the City line and become the new Chelsea City Manager – winning out Monday night in an 8-3 vote of the Chelsea City Council during the first round of voting. Former Portland (ME) City Manager Mark Rees. was also considered by the Council. “I’m very excited,” said...
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Police Briefs 06-10-2015

June 11, 2015
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DOG KILLING RESULTS IN DOMESTIC SITUATION A Shirley Avenue man is facing serious charges after allegedly killing a dog and leaving it in the bathtub – an action that sparked a violent domestic situation on Thursday, June 4. The man allegedly broke into the home of his aunt and sister and had a confrontation...
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Save the Harbor/Save the Bay Helps Out Revere

June 11, 2015
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Save the Harbor/Save the Bay has been doing great work for our communities since 1986. As it states on the organization’s Web site, its mission is to restore and protect Boston Harbor. Its diligent effort in communities such as East Boston has been highly commendable. Some of the statistics associated with the organization affirm...
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Arrigo Pulls Papers:Will Run for Mayor

June 4, 2015
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Arrigo Pulls Papers:Will Run for Mayor

Councillor At-Large Brian Arrigo officially pulled nomination papers on Monday morning to be a candidate for the Mayor of Revere. “I have truly enjoyed serving as City Councillor on the Revere City Council since 2012, being an outspoken advocate for the best interests of the taxpayers and ratepayers of Revere, asking the difficult questions,...
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Letters to the Editor

June 4, 2015
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Financial struggles for families Dear Editor, Working with Children’s HealthWatch at Boston Medical Center has allowed me to be a witness of the financial struggle many families face every day.  One day I heard a story about a mother with two children who was working two jobs and was still having difficulty making ends...
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Ambrosino Being Considered for Top Position in Chelsea

May 28, 2015
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Former Revere Mayor Tom Ambrosino is one of two finalists being considered for the Chelsea City Manager position. Ambrosino was mayor of Revere from 2000 to 2011, and has been the executive director of the Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) in Boston since leaving the corner office here. Reached by phone, Ambrosino indicated that out...
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Councillors Want Traffic Woes Addressed

May 21, 2015
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REVERE – If you have been sitting in traffic on North Shore Road at Revere Street you know what the city councillors are concerned about. Monday night the city council called for the MassDOT to improve the signal at the busy intersection. On one side the traffic backs up to the MBTA parking garage...
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Obituaries 05-20-2015

May 21, 2015
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Anthony Cerbone Longtime manager of Central Cycle in Revere Anthony Cerbone, a lifelong Revere resident, died on May 12 at Tufts Medical Center. He was 74 years old. Anthony was the manager at Central Cycle in Revere for many years. He was a graduate of Revere High School and Franklin Institute, a member of...
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Obituaries 05-13-2015

May 14, 2015
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Anthony Verrico Professional musician and Bank of Boston retiree Anthony P. Verrico of Saugus, formerly of Revere, died on May 6. Anthony was a 45-year employee of the Bank of Boston as well at a professional musician for 47 years. He was the beloved husband of Antonia (Lococo) Verrico of Saugus; devoted father of Anna...
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Harvard Students Show Off Designs

May 7, 2015
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Harvard Students Show Off Designs

What would you do if you were given an area of Revere to design? That’s what 45 graduate students from Harvard Graduate School of Design have been doing for the past few weeks and the results are outstanding. Last Thursday night the students showed off their work in the city hall council chambers to...
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Time for Colleges and Universities to Lead

May 7, 2015
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 Campus sexual violence has been the subject of an intense national conversation recently, but that dialogue often lacks critical input from schools that are already taking steps to improve their campus climates. Colleges and universities, it’s time for you to lead on this issue.  So far, and with good reason, most of the attention...
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