Monthly Archives: October 2013

Sen. Petruccelli Endorses Walsh for Mayor

October 11, 2013
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Senator Anthony Petruccelli announced last week at the East Boston Yacht Club that he would endorse Marty Walsh for Mayor of Boston. Petruccelli, who was a Rob Consalvo supporter leading up to the September 24 Primary Election, said his former colleague in the House of Representatives is the best choice to lead Boston into...

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Our Opinions

October 11, 2013
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Theresa “Terry” Adamson Theresa Adamson was a special person and her passing leaves a large  gap in many people’s lives, especially those with whom she worked, and those whom she helped, at the East Boston Courthouse Probation Department. The praise from her colleagues about her expertise in handling her job, as well as the...

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Greenway Extension

October 11, 2013
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The preliminary plan for the Greenway Extension is a testament to those in our community who have taken a dream and turned it into a  reality. We all know that our community is congested.  Many of our streets are main traffic arteries going to the airport or to the tunnels that makes navigating  them...

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Letters to the Editor

October 11, 2013
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Doing a good job Dear Editor: A few weeks ago I read a letter to the editor from a writer who seemed critical of what the Lombardo family was doing at the Liberty Plaza. I think it is always positive news when a shopping plaza gets a new face-lift. Liberty Plaza has always been...

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MEB Hockey Squad News

October 11, 2013
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Malden east Boston (M.E.B) hockey squads continue parity play this week in the Valley League as well as the first round of the 2013 Boston Mayor’s Cup Hockey Tournament. Mite K The Mite K Team had a big weekend taking two victories in the 2013 Mayor’s Cup on a full ice format, something many...

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Obituaries 10-09-2013

October 11, 2013
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Theresa Olivero Lifelong Chelsea Resident Theresa L. (Gargano) Olivero, a life long Chelsea resident, died unexpectedly on October 2 at Bear Hill Nursing Center of Stoneham following a brief illness. She was 98 years old. Born, raised and educated in Chelsea and a lifelong Chelsea resident, her unusual but wonderous strength allowed her to...

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Spectacular Light and Color

October 2, 2013
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Spectacular Light and Color

From the Orient Heights Yacht Club looking towards Constitution Beach residents were treated to a spectacular light and color show as the autumn sun set behind the neighborhood on Monday.

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Eastie-only Vote

October 2, 2013
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We want to thank the Boston City Councilors who voted last Wednesday to have only East Boston residents decide the fate of the Host Community Agreement about the siting of a casino at Suffolk Downs. We always have maintained  that the decision should be decided by East Boston and not by the voters of...

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Malden-east Boston Youth Hockey Roundup

October 2, 2013
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The Malden-East Boston hockey squads continue parity play this week in the Valley League as the regular season begins in mid-October. Mite K Malden/East Boston 7, Melrose 13 Kasabuski Rink, Saugus MA The Mite Valley team dropped a tough one to Melrose. Chris Cecca had 4 goals, Will Fosdick had 2 goals, and Jake...

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Obituaries 10-02-2013

October 2, 2013
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Peter Zirpolo, Jr. Self Employed Welder Peter A. Zirpolo, Jr. of Revere, formerly of Orient Heights East Boston, died on September 26 after battling terminal cancer with the greatest care at Cambridge Hospital with a special thank you to the attending staff in the Emergency Room and the ICU. He was 60 years old....

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