Monthly Archives: October 2009

Kiwanian of the Year – Congratulations, Nick Moscaritolo

October 7, 2009
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We want to congratulate Nicholas Moscaritolo, one of this neighborhood’s most respected and distinguished residents, on being honored by the Kiwanis Club. Mr. Moscaritolo is much more than the Kiwanian of the Year – an award which he received last week at a wonderful affair held in his honor at Spinellis. Mr. Moscaritolo has...

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Obituaries – 10/7/09

October 7, 2009
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Elena ‘Helen’ Silvestri East Boston resident Elena "Helen" (Luongo) Silvestri of East Boston died on October 2. She was the beloved wife of the late Joseph Silvestri; loving mother of Joseph Silvestri and his wife, Sharon, of Revere and the late Anthony Silvestri; cherished grandmother of Tony, Joey, Mark and Michael Silvestri of Revere...

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This idea sounds like a winner – East Boston resident in the running for Forbes Magazine business award

October 3, 2009
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This idea sounds like a winner – East Boston resident in the running for Forbes Magazine business award

East Boston’s Rob Pyles could very well be sitting on a million dollar idea but in the meantime he’d settle for $100,000. Pyles is the founder of Audissey Guides, a company that produces audio walking tours for iPods and smart phones. You just download the tour for free from the Audissey website, and walk...

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Menino will square off against Flaherty in general election

October 3, 2009
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Menino will square off against Flaherty in general election

If you were a betting man, your money was most likely on the incumbent 16-year Mayor of Boston during last weeks city election. Mayor Thomas Menino easily edged out two of the three challengers, At-Large City Councilor Sam Yoon and South End Developer Kevin McCrea, and garnered more votes than the three combined. Menino...

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Meet Boston’s newest cycling enthusiast (you’ve heard of him)

October 3, 2009
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Meet Boston’s newest cycling enthusiast (you’ve heard of him)

He’s an avid bicycler who wakes up at 5 a.m. and rides his bike around his Hyde Park neighborhood for 45 minutes. I’m sure you’ve heard the stories but incase you missed it our mayor’s daily exercise regiment includes biking–and he wants us to join him. Since taking up the sport, Mayor Thomas Menino...

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East Boston – Pop Warner

October 3, 2009
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D Team The East Boston Jets D team took on the Newton Mustangs this week on a rain soaked slippery field and going into this contest the boys were very confident, getting a very important player back on offense and defense, GIOVANNI LEE, after almost losing him for the season. The defense played very...

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It’s only the beginning – Capuano has time to catch Coakley

October 3, 2009
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Our Congressman Mike Capuano is reaching for the stars as he attempts to gain the US Senate seat held by the late Edward Kennedy. In order to gain victory in such an attempt, Capuano must literally and figuratively come out of himself. That is, he must act in every way more like a US...

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On to November – Menino and Flaherty move on to general election

October 3, 2009
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Mayor Thomas Menino will be facing Councillor Michael Flaherty in the Election Day final that is six weeks away. Despite a great deal of voter unrest, voter dissatisfaction with the economy and with government, Menino survived a strong challenge from three opponents. However, Flaherty, City Councillor Sam Yoon and businessman Kevin McCrea combined didn’t...

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Obituaries – 10/1/09

October 3, 2009
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Paul Imperato, 77 Retired Railroad Conductor Paul Imperato of Revere died on September 17 at the Hammersmith Nursing Care Center in Saugus. He was 77 years old. A veteran of the Korean Conflict, he was a former railroad conductor. He was the beloved husband of the late Maria (Ranno); devoted father of Paul Imperato...

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