The City of Everett received a wonderful gift just in time for the holidays! Mayor Carlo DeMaria was thrilled to accept a 40-foot pine tree from the Stuart family. Continue reading Everett RESIDENTS DONATE HOLIDAY TREE TO THE CITY
During the week of December 5 – 9, the City of Everett and the MBTA will be testing a bus-only lane on Broadway between Glendale Square and Sweetser Circle. Continue reading CITY OF EVERETT AND MBTA ANNOUNCES A BROADWAY BUS-ONLY LANE PILOT TEST FOR WEEK OF DEC. 5 FIRST OUTSIDE CITY OF BOSTON
Senator Sal DiDomenico recently received an Agent of Change Award from English for New Bostonians (ENB) for his work to expand learning opportunities for the Commonwealth’s English language learners. Continue reading Senator DiDomenico Receives Agent of Change Award
Annual celebration will be broadcast live on WCVB Channel 5
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Honourable Stephen McNeil, Premier of Nova Scotia, will host Boston’s 75th Annual Official Tree Lighting on Boston Common on Thursday, December 1, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Continue reading BOSTON COMMON TREE LIGHTING DECEMBER 1
Arlington – The Town invites you to take a new survey that seeks your input on Arlington’s arts and cultural assets and needs: http://www.mapc.ma/arlingtonarts. Residents, workers, artists, and others who live, work, and visit Arlington are invited to take the survey. Survey respondents will be entered to win one of two raffle prizes to local Arlington businesses. Continue reading Public Input Sought to Strengthen Arts & Cultural Assets in Arlington
WOBURN – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Winchester Chief of Police Peter MacDonnell have announced that Matthew McAveeney, 48, of Winchester, pled guilty today in Middlesex Superior Court Continue reading Winchester Man Pleads Guilty to 2014 Murder of His Mother
Watch the video from today’s discussion.
BOSTON – Saturday, November 19, 2016 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh today hosted a public discussion to discuss racism in Boston and how we acknowledge our past as we look to our future in order to become a more socially cohesive and resilient city. Continue reading MAYOR WALSH HOSTS COMMUNITY DISCUSSION ABOUT RACISM IN BOSTON
Every Fall and Spring, the Medford Technical High School hosts a “Welcome Back Luncheon” for their retired teachers. The luncheon, organized and served by the MTHS Culinary students is held in Cafe Electra. Continue reading Medford Technical High School Hosts Luncheon For Retired Teachers
Your Massachusetts Motorcycle Association reminds all Massachusetts Riders that your annual Motorcycle Registration is due for renewal at the end of December! Continue reading Your MMA reminds you to renew your Motorcycle Registration!
DRACUT — The NEMLEC Police Foundation, Inc. is pleased to announce that it will host a Risk Management Seminar next month led by nationally renowned risk management speaker Gordon Graham.
WHEN Continue reading NEMLEC Foundation to Host Risk Management Seminar
Hat’s Off is a joint initiative of the Tewksbury Rotary Club and Tewksbury Memorial High School. The Award recognizes those students who have distinguished themselves academically, have contributed to the co-curricular program at the High School and have been actively involved in the community. Continue reading Tewksbury:TMHS November Hats Off Award Recipients
The RPL Book Group, Reading Public Library’s Adult Book Discussion Group, continue their season with Bob Montgomery leading a discussion of Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff. This expansive and layered best-selling novel will be the focus on Tuesday, December 13 at 7 p.m. Continue reading Reading:RPL Book Group Discuss Fates and Furies
BOSTON – Wednesday, November 16, 2016 – Tomorrow, Mayor Martin J. Walsh will release Expanding Opportunity, Imagine Boston 2030’s draft plan of priority action areas and major initiatives that will support a thriving city by expanding opportunity, supporting a dynamic economy, enhancing quality of life and preparing for climate change. Continue reading MEDIA ADVISORY: MAYOR WALSH TO RELEASE DRAFT IMAGINE BOSTON 2030 PLAN
We want to congratulate the Tumble Inn Diner owned by Somervilles own Rick Scirocco, and Laurie Cunha of East Boston. Continue reading Letter to the Editor: Congratulations to the Tumble Inn Diner on 3rd Year Anniversary
By Victoria Hewlett
When the public becomes fixated on something, we all know how quickly facts get left behind for popular rumors, prominent special-interest agendas and ideologies. Sometimes, public opinion is wrong. Continue reading The Politics of Murder: Was The Convicted Teenager, Eddie O’Brien, and In One of Boston’s Most Infamous Murder Trials Actually Innocent?
Chelsea Police Chief Brian Kyes taught a course on Effective Community Engagement to Bedford Police and community stakeholders on Monday. (Courtesy Photo)
BEDFORD – Chief Robert Bongiorno is pleased to announce that the Bedford Police Department on Monday hosted a class on the concept of “Effective Community Engagement.” Continue reading Bedford Police Host Effective Community Engagement Training Program Involving Community Members
Mayor Carlo DeMaria recently announced that the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) has awarded the City of Everett $16,500 in Recycling Grants as part of the Sustainable Materials Recovery Program (SMRP). Continue reading DEMARIA ADMINISTRATION AWARDED DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION GRANT
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent reports that the Burlington Police Department is searching for a man who robbed a bank in town this afternoon.
On Monday, Nov. 7, at approximately 1 p.m., Burlington Police responded to a reported robbery at the Salem Five Bank, 36 Cambridge St. Continue reading Burlington Police Searching for Bank Robbery Suspect
WOBURN – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Woburn Chief of Police Robert Ferullo have confirmed that a female pedestrian struck by a motor vehicle in Woburn on November 1 has died. Continue reading Woburn Pedestrian Struck by Motor Vehicle Dies
LAWRENCE — Essex County Sheriff Frank G. Cousins Jr. reports that one of two inmates who walked away from the minimum security Lawrence Correctional Alternative Center on Wednesday, Nov. 2 is back in custody. Continue reading *CAPTURED*One of Two Inmates Who Walked Away from Lawrence Correctional Alternative Center Last Week in Custody
BILLERICA — Chief Daniel Rosa reports that the Billerica Police Department is actively seeking two men in connection with alleged drug use and assault on a police officer on Friday evening.
Continue reading Billerica Police Seek Suspect Involved in Assault on Officer
Tewksbury Police Department graduated one recruit officer from the 2016 Lowell Police Academy at a ceremony held at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium on Friday, November 4th, 2016. Continue reading Tewksbury Police Recruit Graduates from Lowell Police Academy
LAWRENCE — Essex County Sheriff Frank G. Cousins Jr. reports that the Essex County Sheriff’s Office is seeking to capture two inmates who walked away from the minimum security Lawrence Correctional Alternative Center Wednesday Continue reading Essex County Sheriff Seeking Two Inmates Who Walked Away from Lawrence Correctional Alternative Center
The Guidance Department is excited to launch the first ever “Coffee with Counselors” on Friday, November 4th at 9:00 am in the first floor cafeteria at Medford High! Continue reading MHS/MVTHS Guidance Hosts Parental Coffee Hour!
BOSTON – Thursday, October 27, 2016 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced a milestone in the development of the City of Boston’s website: three months after launching a redesigned Boston.gov, the City has released the site’s source code to the public domain as an open source project. Continue reading MAYOR WALSH ANNOUNCES OPEN SOURCING OF BOSTON.GOV
CONCORD – Chief Joseph O’Connor reports that the Concord Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying and locating a suspicious person who approached a child on Thursday. Continue reading Concord Police Seek Suspicious Person Who Approached Child on Thursday Afternoon
USA TODAY (10/27, Johnson) reports Federal authorities “unsealed an indictment Thursday, charging 56 people in a vast scheme in which suspects posed as Internal Revenue Service agents and immigration authorities.” Continue reading US Issues Indictments In $300 Million IRS Phone Fraud Conspiracy
Left to right: Arlington Police Chief Frederick Ryan, P.A.A.R.I. Executive Director Allie Hunter McDade, Debbie Moak, Director of the Arizona Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family, and Frank Milstead, Director of the Arizona Department of Public Safety. Continue reading Arlington Police Chief Frederick Ryan Travels to Arizona to Speak about Opioid Epidemic, P.A.A.R.I. Programs
During November 2016, the Tewksbury Police Department will be participating in “No Shave November” to benefit Home Base, a Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Program that helps veterans and their families heal from the invisible wounds of war, such as TBI, PTSD, and related conditions. Continue reading TEWKSBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT”No Shave November”
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
Continue reading Your MMA wishes you a “Spooktacular” Halloween!
The Traces of Wind and Water installation in Dorchester
BOSTON – Friday, October 21, 2016 – The City of Boston’s Office of Arts and Culture today announced the unveiling of a video installation Traces of Wind and Water at the Strand Theatre in Uphams Corner, Dorchester. Continue reading BOSTON ARTIST IN RESIDENCE (AIR) VIDEO INSTALLATION ON DISPLAY AT STRAND THEATRE
Arlington Police are searching for the man who robbed a Leader Bank branch in town today. (Courtesy Photo)
ARLINGTON — Chief Frederick Ryan reports that the Arlington Police Department is actively searching for a man who robbed a Leader Bank branch this afternoon. Continue reading Arlington Police Searching for Bank Robbery Suspect
BOSTON – Friday, October 21, 2016 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh today released the following statement: Continue reading STATEMENT OF MAYOR WALSH
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS SUNDAY, October 23, the 297th day of 2016 with 69 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 7:06 and sunset is @ 5:50. The moon is waxing. The morning stars are stars are Jupiter, Mars, Uranus & Venus. The evening stars are Mercury, Neptune & Saturn.
ON THIS DAY IN: 1864 – During the U.S. Civil War, Union forces led by Gen. Samuel R. Curtis defeated the Confederate forces in Missouri that were under Gen. Stirling Price. Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer
We are excited to announce that all registered voters will be able vote before Election Day for the first time ever in Massachusetts. Continue reading Tewksbury Early Voting
Anamaria Batista, 45, of Revere, was arraigned today in Somerville District Court and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, 2nd offense, negligent Continue reading Revere Woman Arraigned Following Crash with State Police Cruiser in Medford
WALTHAM – The Middlesex District Attorney’s Office has confirmed the identity of a man killed yesterday following a crash on Wyman Street in Waltham. Continue reading Victim Identified in Fatal Pedestrian Crash in Waltham
October 18, 2016
Fall Program Rolling Registration!!
Sign up for the following community programs, On Line, In Person or Mail In. Continue reading Marshfield Recreation Department Updates
Additional information including pricing and the Bradford Ski registration forms available on the DCS website at 4:30 on Friday, Oct. 14, 2016. (We cannot accept the regular registration form). Continue reading Bradford Ski & Snowboard Club is available for registration as of Monday, October 17th.
TYNGSBOROUGH — State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey, Police Chief Richard Howe and Fire Chief Timothy J. Madden are asking for the public’s help as they continue to investigate a series of motor vehicle fires that occurred last weekend. Continue reading *UPDATE* Authorities Seek Public’s Help in Tyngsborough Arson Spree
As the Town of Tewksbury continues to face and fight the increasing indiscriminate substance abuse epidemic within our community (74 overdoses and 13 related deaths since January 1st, 2016), we feel that raising public awareness is a crucial weapon in that battle. Opioid abuse is viewed as the largest and fastest growing drug problem in Massachusetts and we aim to provide our community with a level of education that will afford an ounce of prevention and some promise for a better future. Continue reading Tewksbury’s Substance Use Prevention and Education Week
BILLERICA, Mass. – The leaders of more than a dozen Middlesex County law enforcement agencies today announced they have formally joined the White House-led Data-Driven Justice (DDJ) Initiative, focused on reducing the number of mentally ill individuals awaiting trial in local jails. Continue reading Middlesex County law enforcement agencies join White House’s Data-Driven Justice Initiative
A voter registration session has been scheduled for Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at the Town Clerk’s Office, Town Hall, 1009 Main Street. Continue reading TEWKSBURY VOTER REGISTRATION SESSION
The Mustang Cheerleaders hosted a unique fundraiser… “Be A Cheerleader For A Day!” Students interested, made a donation to the cheering program, and this allowed them to join the cheerleaders at (2) practices and each received a special t-shirt and cheer bow. Continue reading Medford Mustang Cheerleaders Host “Cheerleader for a Day” Fundraiser
At the Annual Harvest Your Energy Festival, the Biotechnology and Environmental Science Technology students of the Medford Vocational Technical High School were presented with a Green Award from Mayor Stephanie Muccini Burke, the Office of Energy and Environment, and Medford’s Chamber of Commerce. Continue reading MVTHS Students Receive Green Award!
Mayor Carlo DeMaria would like to invite all residents to the Grand Re-Opening of the newly renovated Day Park on Saturday, October 15th at 1PM on the corner of Lexington and Prospect Street. Continue reading MAYOR DEMARIA AND CITY SCHEDULE GRAND RE-OPENING OF DAY PARK
Mayor Carlo DeMaria, the City of Everett, and Everett’s librarians are proud to support a state without stigma, where anyone struggling with addiction feels able to reach out for help and where the community works together to provide that help. For information and resources to help with addiction, please call the state’s hotline at 1-800-327-5050.