Category: News

Following in Their Shadows

This year on Groundhog’s Day, the workers of Revere saw shadows of their own in the form of over 40 Revere High School (RHS) students participating in the Interact Club’s Annual Job Shadowing Day. Organized by beloved teacher David Colella,…

Sixty teachers may be laid off

While the School Department has escaped the massive cuts from the state that have been lain upon city government, Superintendent Paul Dakin said the schools’ complicated funding formula still leaves them over $5 million short, despite a promise of level-funding…

Retirement at Paul Revere

Longtime Paul Revere School Principal Nick Quarantiello will retire at the end of this year according to Superintendent Paul Dakin. The well-liked principal will, unfortunately, retire one year prior to the new Paul Revere School being completed. Dakin said he…

City Clerk’s position

Since City Clerk John Henry announced he will be retiring soon, there has been a great deal of speculation about who will be replacing him when he finally leaves. As of today, no one appears to have the votes necessary…

Eye-opening plans

Mayor Ambrosino is apparently planning a number of cost cutting and cost saving moves that may include closing city hall on Fridays and holding city council meetings – in fact – all meetings during the day so city hall doesn’t…

Vesce says he’s running

Former councillor Brian Vesce says he’s running and that he is going to run hard in Ward 3 for the seat held by Arthur Guinnasso. “I’m going for it. I’m excited to be getting back into the thick of the…

The librarian

When word spread around the city earlier this week that an indictment was going to be announced, or that an investigation was underway of a city employee that it was the Revere Public Library librarian. And yet it was, shocking…

Happy New Year

In with the new. Out with the old. 2009 is here – and wouldn’t we all like to know exactly what awaits us? None of us can know what awaits us. So what does the year hold? Only time will…

What to think?

Just in case you are a taxpayer wondering about the waste at the city yard and seeming lack of interest of nearly everyone in elected public office to do anything meaningful about it, try this on. The city government is…

Get in line

No matter how many times we write about the mayor’s race coming up and its endless, almost infinite possibilities, there is a certain amount of pleasure derived in trying to handicap a race that might never happen. We will again…

Audit results

The results of an audit of the use of city bought and paid for gasoline reveals that the system registering the consumption of gasoline was insufficient, with use something in the range of 35,000 gallons. However, and this is exclusive,…

The $7.00 tunnel fare

There is general outrage over the $7.00 tunnel fare the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority is trying to impose on commuters. The doubling of the fare has local politicians almost out of their minds at the effrontery of the MTA, which is…