Author: Sue Woodcock

President of RBP Pleased With Event

Five years ago, Jeffrey Turco,  became part of the Revere Beach Partnership (RBP), known not only for putting on the Sand Sculpture Contest (the third largest event in the Commonwealth), but other activities that highlight America’s First Public Beach. “There…

Developer Likes Shirley Ave. Area

The next Zoning Board of Appeals meeting will feature requests for two properties to be constructed by the same developer, Jamie Russo, who has had projects in for the Shirley Avenue area. The first request by Eastern Equity Partners LLC,…

Finishing Touches For Waterfront Square

The final building in the Waterfront Square development is ready to be built, marking over two decades of development along Ocean Avenue. The Zoning Board of Appeals granted several variances for a brand new, 12-story, 230-unit residential apartment building to…

Broadway Gets a New Look

By the end of this week the entire length of Broadway will be crisply restriped for motorists. According to Paul Argenzio, head of the Department of Public Works, the striping started at the Chelsea line. Under the direction of a…

Lifeguards Back on the Beach

Summer is here and the Department of Conservation and Recreation lifeguards are back on Revere Beach working out of the Shirley Street bathhouse. “The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) employs hundreds of lifeguards across the Commonwealth in an…