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What Next? – At Wonderland, time is of the essence

September 22, 2010
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Wonderland has been closed for almost a month. The question arises – what to do with Wonderland? Fifty-five acres of prime real estate close to Boston on public transportation would seem an easy sell but the property needs a reason to exist. In addition, the city must carefully negotiate its new use with Wonderland’s...

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Meet the new bidder, same as the old bidder?

September 16, 2010
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Who would have thought a contract involving trees would end up having so many branches of absurdity? Last Thursday, about one month after yanking the existing tree trimming contract from a man accused of obtaining it through forgery, the city opened bids to award the contract to a new company. In the end, the...

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More Than A Garage – Groundbreaking is a sign of better things to come at Wonderland

September 16, 2010
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The groundbreaking on Monday at the Wonderland T Station marked the beginning of much more than a parking garage. Even though the new garage to be built at Wonderland will house 1,465 automobiles and cost about $53 million, the real success comes after the garage is built. Expected to follow it is a hotel,...

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Lodie pleads guilty, but won’t receive additional jail time

August 18, 2010
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Lodie pleads guilty, but won’t receive additional jail time

Photo by Kingcast — A key figure in Revere Police Officer Dan Talbot’s murder trial – Derek Lodie – has escaped additional jail time for a violent incident on Cooledge Street that happened just a few days before the Talbot murder, and also ended up briefly imprisoning an innocent man. Lodie, 20, pleaded guilty...

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Truth in advertising – The DiPlatzis subscribe to the promise of a lifetime commitment

June 30, 2010
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Truth in advertising – The DiPlatzis subscribe to the promise of a lifetime commitment

When Paul and Charlene DiPlatzi have a major wedding anniversary, it’s the kind of affair that makes headlines. Today, Wednesday, June 30, they will celebrate 20 years together. The Sherman Street couple’s headline connection with the Revere Journal goes back to the very beginning when DiPlatzi proposed to his wife in an advertisement on...

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Obituaries 06-09-2010

June 10, 2010
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William Masella Florida resident William J. Masella, a long time resident of Merritt Island, Florida, formerly of Everett, died on June 4. He was 60 years old. Born in Everett, he was the beloved son of Mary (Ragucci) Masella and the late Mario of Florida; dear and devoted brother of Joanne Mazzie of Everett,...

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Just Say ‘No’ – Entertainment license wouldn’t help the ongoing evolution of Revere Beach

May 19, 2010
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We support the efforts of Revere Beach residents and Councillor John Powers urging the Licensing Board not to grant the license sought by a Revere Beach restaurant seeking to turn itself into something else by offering live music and Karaoke. It is our hope the Licensing Board, which is set to meet Thursday at...

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House vote sparks interest in Revere; school officials say it isn’t a big problem locally

May 12, 2010
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Numerous questions remain locally after a Beacon Hill vote nearly two weeks ago that called for state agencies to check the immigration status (i.e., illegal or not) of those over 18 who apply for public benefits or public housing. Many were shocked to find out that illegal immigrants can and do get these services....

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Obituaries 04-15-2010

April 15, 2010
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Russell Tillson Retired Boston Police Officer Russell W. Tillson of Plymouth, formerly of Sharon, Boston and Revere, died on April 11. He was 86 years old. Born in Newport, R.I. July 27, 1923, a son of the late James and Betty (Betts) Tillson, he was a graduate of Revere High School. He later joined...

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Transportation costs due to transiency and homelessness place a heavy financial burden on the Revere City funds

March 19, 2010
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Transportation costs due to transiency and homelessness place a heavy financial burden on the Revere City funds

Schools and services for special education and homeless students are an expensive proposition, but getting them there has become more than half the battle. Special transportation costs for special education students and homeless students has ramped up 12 percent each year for the last three years, for a total of 36 percent in three...

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Top Salaries in Revere – Page 2

March 2, 2010
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Top Salaries in Revere – Page 1 —  Top Salaries in Revere – Page 3 A B C D E F 500 496 PATCH, NOEL TEACHERS 65,332 501 497 LYONS, NATALIE J TEACHERS 65,323 502 498 O’CONNELL, LOIS A TEACHERS 65,308 503 499 JOHNSON, LAURA M TEACHERS 65,263 504 500 SUTHERLAND, JANELLE TEACHERS 65,263...

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Confusion arises over sequence of events on the night of shooting

January 27, 2010
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Confusion arises over sequence of events on the night of shooting

Whether it was the distraction of emotion, grieving or something much worse, Revere Police Officer William Soto just could not get the sequence straight on the witness stand last Thursday and Friday when he attempted to recount the exact moment that Officer Dan Talbot was shot. Soto – Talbot’s best friend since their teen...

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Obituaries 01-20-2010

January 20, 2010
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Olympia LaFauci Malden resident Olympia M. (DiMare) LaFauci of Malden died on January 17. She was the beloved wife of Guy A. LaFauci; loving daughter of the late Salvatore and Conchetta (Condelli) DiMare; devoted mother of Josephine "Jaye" and her husband, Evan Davie, of Malden, Salvatore LaFauci and his wife, Diane, of Salem, NH,...

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For 25 years, Ferraro has been turning K-9’s into ‘A’ students

December 8, 2009
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Dogs just seem to want to follow former Revere resident Joe Ferraro, and he leads them to good behavior. Ferraro has owned Joe’s K-9 Academy for some 25 years, and despite the down economy, is having one of the best business runs that he’s seen. “The animal business is not just good, it’s spectacular,”...

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Homeowners can expect a modest increase

November 11, 2009
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Property taxes have taken a turn for the better this year when it comes to the once-painful plight local homeowners. Commercial property, though, not so much. Reports indicate that homeowners can expect a small increase or decrease on their tax bill this year, while commercial property owners will probably see quite an increase. City...

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Obituaries 11-11-09

November 11, 2009
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Phillip Barisano Served aboard the USS Missouri Phillip R. Barisano of East Boston died on November 8. A US Navy veteran serving on the USS Missouri and a member of Local 3, he was the beloved husband of more than 59 years of Eleanor (Valen) Barisano; devoted father of Robert Barisano and his fiancé,...

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Strength in numbers – Three strong candidates emerge in Ward 4

October 21, 2009
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Strength in numbers – Three strong candidates emerge in Ward 4

This election season, incumbents and challengers have been at each other’s throats in every political race except one. That race would be for Ward 4 councillor, where a vacant seat left behind by Councillor George Rotondo – who is running at-large – has brought out three extremely qualified candidates. All three have been campaigning...

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Don’t abandon all hope – Problem still exists, but not to such a serious degree

September 24, 2009
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Don’t abandon all hope – Problem still exists, but not to such a serious degree

By Seth Daniel seth@reverejournal.com There’s not much good news when it comes to the housing stock in Revere these days, but one piece of good news is that it appears the number of abandoned properties has leveled off. Inspectional Services Department (ISD) Director Nick Catinazzo told the Journal that his department has just sent...

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Overlook has eyes for a hotel

September 24, 2009
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By Seth Daniel seth@reverejournal.com There has been no kiss-and-hug relationship between Roseland Development of Overlook Ridge in North Revere and the City Council, but Monday night, everyone got a lot friendlier when the company began talking about a new hotel on Salem Street. Earlier this year, Roseland came to the council asking for a...

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Obituaries – 09/10/09

September 12, 2009
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Welton ‘Buddy’ Trainor Mary Eileen Keeley Registered Nurse Mary Eileen (Hurley) Keeley of Oldsmar, Florida, formerly of Revere, died on August 19. A registered nurse, she was a 1941 graduate of Revere High School and a graduate of Whidden Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. She was the beloved wife of Col. John M. Keeley,...

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