Author: Journal Staff

News Briefs

Revere CARES Mini Grant Program Accepting Applications You got ideas, and we’re funding them. The mini-grant program, hosted by the Revere CARES coalition, is now accepting applications until January 5th, 2020 for innovative ideas that promote a healthier community for all.…

Food for Thought

For decades public health officials and the medical profession have warned Americans that our unhealthy eating habits have contributed to an epidemic of obesity, heart disease, diabetes, and cancer, among other ill-effects, in our country. The irony of 21st century…

Letter to the Editor

An Approach to Tackle Climate Change Dear Editor, In the face of much hand wringing about climate change, little will be done unless it makes economic sense, as wildly uneconomical regulations will not survive the election after they are enacted.  …

Obituaries 11-20-2019

Nancy Benecchi Retired Revere Special Education Teacher Nancy M. Benecchi, 68, of Wakefield formerly of Revere, died on Saturday, Nov. 16 at her residence. Born in Revere on Nov. 1, 1951, the daughter of the late Valder and Jeannette (Foppiano)…

News Briefs

Mayoral Candidates Spent $519,256 in their Campaigns Revere’s 2019 mayoral election was not only exciting, but it was expensive as Mayor Brian Arrigo and Councillor-at-Large Dan Rizzo combined to spend $519,256 in their respective campaigns for the corner office. Arrigo,…

To RHS Fans: Make Revere Proud

There is no doubt that there will be plenty of excitement Friday evening when Revere and Melrose battle each other for the Division 4 North championship and the right to advance to the Super Bowl at Gillette Stadium. As is…