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Everett, Massachusetts is located in Middlesex County. Zip codes in Everett, MA include 02149. The median home price in Everett is $319,000 which is roughly $207/per square foot. More Everett information.

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Yesterday | Boston Herald

Editorial: Boston's hot hand

The deal struck between the city of Boston and the developers of a proposed casino in Revere confirms one thing very clearly: Boston Mayor Marty Walsh took away from his time at the State House some valuable lessons in the art of wheeling and dealing.

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

Sentinel & Enterprise

After 4th, much work ahead on Beacon Hill

If a Friday holiday wasn't enough to send people scurrying from the capitol early this week, a hurricane named Arthur churning up the coast forced Boston city officials to once again declare their independence, this time from the tyrannical constraints of the Gregorian calendar.

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Mon Jul 07, 2014

Patch.com

Mass. Gaming Commission Votes to Issuing Licenses Despite Calls for Delay

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission plans to move ahead with issuing gaming licenses despite requests from local officials to wait until after November, the Charlestown Patriot bridge reported .

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Sat Jul 05, 2014

Lowell Sun

After 4th, much work ahead on Beacon Hill

If a Friday holiday wasn't enough to send people scurrying from the capitol early this week, a hurricane named Arthur churning up the coast forced Boston city officials to once again declare their independence, this time from the tyrannical constraints of the Gregorian calendar.

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Thu Jul 03, 2014

Revere Journal

Schools Stretched To Provide Services To Immigrant Influx

A surge of young adult immigrants with limited skills have flooded the Revere schools and surrounding community school districts, challenging the schools' missions and causing them to divert resources from the traditional student population.

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Boston.com

MBTA Police Searching for Man Who Spat on Bus Driver

We can't go a month without some jerk spitting on a bus driver . The MBTA Transit Police have posted a photo of a man they believe spat on a bus driver on June 11. The latest incident of public transportation expectoration happened on the 110 line, during a stop in Everett.

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Wed Jul 02, 2014

Boston Herald

Gaming Commission shoots down Walsh request for license delay

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission today unanimously denied a request by Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh to delay awarding the coveted Greater Boston casino license until after Bay Staters have a chance to vote on a possible repeal of the gaming law in November.

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Mon Jun 30, 2014

Inside Medford

Ravine Road Closed in July & August for MWRA Work

The Massachusetts Water Resources Authority will be performing work that will require the closure of Ravine Road beginning Monday, July 7th through August 31st.

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Cape Cod Times

Poll: Slim majority supports Massachusetts casino law

A new casino poll shows that a majority of voters would favor keeping the law in place, though it's a slim margin of the 400 people questioned.

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Fri Jun 27, 2014

Charlestown Patriot-Bridge

SJC Allows Casino Question on State Ballot in November

The statewide group that is trying to repeal the Massachusetts expanded gaming legislation scored a major victory Tuesday when the Supreme Judicial Court ruled in favor of allowing a casino repeal referendum question on November's statewide ballot.

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WHEC-TV Rochester

17 indicted in NY international drug ring case

An international drug ring flooded parts of New York, Massachusetts and Ohio with several tons of a narcotic known as khat that came from Yemen, Kenya and Ethiopia, authorities said Friday in announcing criminal charges against 17 defendants.

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Thu Jun 26, 2014

WBUR-AM Boston

Caesars To Appeal Dismissed Lawsuit Against State

Caesars Entertainment has filed notice that it intends to appeal a federal judge's decision dismissing its lawsuit against the state's top gambling regulator.

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Tue Jun 24, 2014

Boston Herald

Opponents square off at public hearing in Revere

A small band of anti-casino activists squared off against a much larger pro-casino group in Revere last night as both sides sought to woo the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.

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Sat Jun 21, 2014

Boston.com

Mayor's ties to shady pair cloud casino plan

Residents of Waters Avenue had been fighting a proposed 200-unit apartment building for five years, warning city officials that it was just too big, with too little parking for a short street already choked with cars.

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Tue Jun 17, 2014

Boston Herald

Editorial: Mayor shows hand

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh understands the art of the bluff. For months he's been waving around the possibility of a lawsuit to defend Boston's claim as a "host community" for casinos that wouldn't actually be located in the city.

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Mon Jun 16, 2014

Boston Herald

Marty Walsh: Host-status bid 'basically... off the table'

Mayor Martin J. Walsh appears close to throwing in the towel on his push to gain Boston lucrative host status for the proposed Revere and Everett casinos.

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Fri Jun 13, 2014

Boston Herald

Lawyer: Dad has right to hit son

The lawyer for a 260-pound Everett cop who prosecutors said lashed his misbehaving 10-year-old son 14 times with a belt said state courts have upheld a parent's right to use force, including a strap, when disciplining their children.

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Boston Herald

DA: Everett cop beat 10-year-old son

"Police officer Jermaine Bellard, 32, of Saugus, is in custody and is expected to be arraigned today in Lynn District Court on one count of assault and battery on a child with injury, in connection with an alleged beating of his 10-year-old son," according to Carrie Kimball Monahan, spokeswoman for the Essex District Attorney's Office.

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Wed Jun 11, 2014

Hemmings Auto Blogs

Everett, Massachusetts, 1967

Whaddayaknow, the MBTA still operates out of the Everett Yard just off Route 99 in Everett, Massachusetts, where David Wilson took this June 1967 photo of the yard's employee parking lot next to several railcars and buses.

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