Category: Editorials

Fourth of July Memories

This weekend brings the Fourth of July, the celebration of the birth of our nation and an opportunity for all of us to partake in summertime fun with friends and family. The Fourth of July brings back fond recollections from…

Guest Op-Ed: Keeping Our City Housed

By Sen. Lydia Edwards & Juan Pablo Jaramillo Revere has long been the quintessential gateway city. With a delicate balance of working-class families that have been here for generations, and a constant flow of immigrants that has continuously renewed our…

Letters to the Editor

On the Council Meeting “Dear Editor, My wife and I bought a house in Revere in 2003. Since then, we’ve raised our two daughters, have been very involved in our community and have become very proud Revere residents. We love…

Boating and Drinking Don’t Mix

A national news headline caught our attention recently: “Five people, including four from the same family, died in a boating collision on Saturday along a river popular with boaters outside Savannah, Ga., the authorities said. Four other people were injured,…

Letter to the Editor

In Opposition to Zoned Biolab Dear Editor, A vast majority of the residents of Revere are astonished and outraged that a possible  level  2 or 3 Biolab is about to be built in our city at the site of the…

Letter to the Editor

Hypocrisy. Dear Editor, Violence in our society is a symptom rooted in deep hurt, anger and fear. Insecure broken homes, lack of purpose and fatherly leadership all contribute to this. The fact that we are created in God’s image has…

Alcohol Is Still #1

Americans have been dying prematurely at unprecedented levels in the past two years from a number of causes. COVID-19 has taken away almost one million of our fellow Americans, with the number still rising daily for the foreseeable future. Fatal…