Category: Editorials

Enjoy the Fall Season

Despite the exceptionally wonderful and warm early-fall weather we have been enjoying recently, the calendar does not lie — and the fall season squarely is upon us. For many New Englanders, autumn is our favorite time of year. Even the…

Letters to the Editor

Multicultural Fest Sept. 28 Dear Editor, It’s hard to believe that September is half gone and our calendars are filling up with fall festivals. The Beachmont Improvement Committee (BIC) is planning its 3rd Annual Beachmont Multicultural Festival on Saturday, Sept.…

Letter to the Editor

Happy over Little Library Dear Editor, I can hardly wipe the smile off my face. I’m so pleased with the Little Library project, the outgrowth from a simple idea that has caught fire. Our committee, led by Elle Baker, started…

The Real American Carnage

Whenever a mass shooting occurs — which is to say, fairly regularly somewhere  in America these days — investigators scour for clues as to the “motive” of the gunman. Often, as was the case in El Paso two weeks ago,…

When Will It Be Our Turn?

Hurricane Dorian, the fifth Category 5 hurricane to hit the U.S. in the past four years, has captivated many of us for the past week as we watched the latest forecasts to see where it would strike the American mainland.…

Letter to the Editor

BAC Local 3 Endorses Correggio Dear Editor, The BAC Local 3 offices have endorsed the candidacy of John Correggio for the Revere City Council at Large. John Correggio is a long time friend of BAC Local 3. He firmly believes…

School Is Back — Drive Safely

We’re sure we’re no different than all of our fellow commuters in expressing this sentiment: It’s so nice when there are no school buses, crossing guards, and children in the streets during our morning commute. We time the departure from…

Our Glorious Summer Days

When we think of the “dog days of summer,” what comes to mind are the languid and sultry days of early to mid-August, when the heat and humidity combine to make for a stew that can make even the most…

Letters to the Editor

Nella To The Rescue Dear Editor, This past week my family and I, along with my in-laws’ extended family went on vacation to Aruba. The thing that caught my eye, after the beauty of the island and that of the…

What Is Happening to Our Country?

“I say violence is necessary. Violence is a part of America’s culture. It is as American as cherry pie.”  — Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, also known as H. Rap Brown. America has been rooted in violence since our founding. We broke free…

Letters to the Editor

Ward 4 Community Meetings Dear Editor, Councilor Patrick Keefe is pleased to announce continued Ward 4 Community Meetings. Our committee is focused on continuing to bring city hall to the residents and have their concerns heard, As always direct communication…