Archive for March 12th, 2014

Can Spring Be Far Away?

March 12, 2014
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Can Spring Be Far Away?

Revere resident John Coyne hangs the banners at Fenway Park with less than 30 days until the ring ceremony.
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Annual 3 on 3 Tournament

March 12, 2014
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Annual 3 on 3 Tournament

The Revere Parks and Recreation Department recently held their annual 3 on 3 tournament play for middle school boys and girls. Players get ready to get the basketball pass.
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The American Dream: Local Family Goes from the Italian Countryside to the Ivy League

March 12, 2014
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The American Dream: Local Family Goes from the Italian Countryside to the Ivy League

Just two generations ago in the Italian countryside, in the aftermath of World War II, the D’Ambrosio family’s patriarch – Antonio ‘Tony’ D’Ambrosio – walked the fields of his family’s Avellino farm without any shoes. His feet became tough and calloused, and he remembers the embarrassment of not having “Sunday pants” for church. When...
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New Horse Barns Planned for Eastie Not to Be Off-site

March 12, 2014
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A plan submitted by Suffolk Downs to state environmental regulators calls for the horse barns in Revere to be relocated to the East Boston side of the property, built out under the existing Grandstand and in new buildings adjacent to the track on the Boston side – a plan that eliminates the previously idea...
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Winthrop Avenue Sewer Pipe Project Has Doubled in Cost

March 12, 2014
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The Winthrop Avenue sewer pipe replacement project has doubled in cost over the last several months, and will end up being more than $700,000 over original estimates, according to DPW Director Don Goodwin. Goodwin told the Council on Monday that the complex replacement project got more complicated as things went on, especially with the...
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City Receives Another Rating Upgrade to AA

March 12, 2014
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Mayor Dan Rizzo and Revere Director of Finance George Anzuoni spoke at the City Council meeting Monday night about the City’s recent Standard and Poor’s Rating Servings Report upgrade. The City of Revere was granted a bond rating of AA- with a stable outlook, an upgrade from last year’s A+ rating. The city is...
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Dr. Joel Snider

March 12, 2014
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For nearly four decades Dr. Joel Snider, has been a mainstay at the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center. He dedicated most of career to the people of East Boston, especially the elderly and chronically ill. Snider spent countless hours working in Home Care keeping many homebound, chronically ill elderly safe at home while avoiding...
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Police Briefs 03-12-2014

March 12, 2014
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MONDAY, MARCH 3 Lonnie E. Jones, 48, of 202 Beach St., was arrested on an outstanding warrant and on a fugitive from justice warrant. TUESDAY, MARCH 4 Tanisha Renee Talley, 25, of Oakland, California, was arrested on an outstanding warrant. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5 Paula J. Deavilla, 35, of 555 Beach St., was arrested on an outstanding warrant....
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Holmes Set for Garden Appearance

March 12, 2014
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Revere resident Sophia Holmes and the St. Mary’s High School girls basketball team was set to take the floor at the Boston Garden Tuesday for the Division 3 state semifinals. Holmes is a 5-feet-3-inch reserve guard for the Lady Spartans who were playing Archbishop Williams for the right to advance to Saturday’s state championship...
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Obituaries 03-12-2014

March 12, 2014
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Paul Baglio Of East Boston Paul Baglio of East Boston died unexpectedly March 10 at the age of 56 years old.  He was the loving son of Jack & May Baglio.  Loving & devoted husband of Carol (Carlton) Baglio and devoted father of Robert & Jennifer. Dear brother of Jack, Jim, Tom and the...
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