Author: Journal Staff

At Last, Spring Has Sprung

Spring officially may have arrived on March 21, but the past month has been anything but spring-like. For those of us who live along the Massachusetts coastline, this is nothing new of course. The prevailing, on-shore sea breezes at this time…

Letter to the Editor

Unheeded Truth Dear Editor:  is it narrow minded or bigoted when: One must take a certain plane flight to get from point A to point B?  Traffic on highways requires drivers on the right to flow in the same direction?…

RHS Sports Roundup

Fall II Sports Spring Into Action for RHS Athletes With the shortened winter athletic season having recently concluded, the Revere High fall sports teams swung into action this past week along with their Greater Boston League counterparts for the so-called…

Obituaries 04-21-2021

Claire Helfer She Thoroughly Enjoyed the Closeness of Family and the Fun of Sharing Time with Them Family and friends are invited to attend visiting hours on Thursday, April 22 from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Vertuccio & Smith,…

News Briefs

City-Wide Water Flushing to Begin in May The City of Revere, Water, Sewer & Drain division will be conducting a city-wide water system flushing beginning May 2021 Please carefully read the details below: •       Flushing will occur nightly between the…

Vehicle Inspections Expected to Resume

Motor vehicle inspections at local stations are expected to resume. Tommy DiGregorio, long-time owner of Broadway Motors, said he called state officials and they informed him that the state’s vehicle inspection computer system would be back online this week. RMV…

Monique Nguyen Honored as Immigrant Hero

Special to the Journal Revere resident Monique Nguyen along with Massachusetts residents Abdulkader Hayani and Niall Lennon were honored last night, Tuesday, April 6, 2021, at The Immigrant Learning Center Immigrant Heroes Award Benefit. The event paid tribute to the tremendous achievements of three honorees and…