Flags for Memorial Day

In preparation for Memorial Day, Revere Veterans’ Services Department is gathering information of deceased Revere veterans. If you wish to have a flag placed at your loved ones grave, please contact us as soon as possible with the name, cemetery,…

On the Street Beat

Last week we saw something that required a double take – cops walking a beat on Broadway. For many years it has been requested, but could never be accommodated because there just weren’t enough officers, according to Chief Terence Reardon.…

Veterans Essay

The Revere Veteran’s Committee is sponsoring an essay contest for Revere Public School students in grades 6, 7 and 8. The subject is ‘Why I say Thanks to a Veteran,’ and two winning essays will be read at the Nov.…

Riverside dispute settled

Members of the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) denied Riverside Association President Elaine Hurley a variance to extend her driveway. The matter was continued last month and has become a real tussle between Hurley and her neighbors, Andrea Arinella and…

New rules on Yard Sales

The Health Department is gearing up to enforce the new Yard Sale ordinance that was passed last summer and went into effect in January. Residents are allowed three yard sales per year for three day apiece. Also, residents have to…

Behind bars

It would be nice if he were put away for decades, but – even so – the man responsible for purse snatching old ladies in the Broadway area in 2005 was sentenced to at least two years in prison on…