State Rep Race in Typical Pre-summer Scenario


By Josh Resnek

This time of year is when most normal Everett voters and residents could care less about a political race.

This is a condition which intensifies as the heat of summer begins to bare down, something that will likely happen in the next few weeks.

Interest in politics, or anything having to do with supporting a political race disintegrates during June and July.

Only in August, around the last two weeks, is when candidates go into the big push for the upcoming primary that will elect a new representative or return the representative already serving.

However, even though the summer gets in the way of all forward movement, this doesn’t stop the candidates from doing what they have to do.

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Mohegan Lawsuit Advances; Wynn Pays No Heed to It


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Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria

By Josh Resnek

The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts allowed a lawsuit by Mohegan Sun against Wynn Resorts to proceed last Friday. The highest court in Massachusetts ruled that the lawsuit should return to a lower court for a decision.

But this might not mean much according to those familiar with the legal case. In addition, the judge handling the case in the Superior Court is believed to have very little interest in the case.

Some direct players in this casino game on the other side of the Wynn deal with the Gaming Commission and the city of Everett remain hopeful this could blow the cover off a flawed and favored Wynn suitability decision.

“Everyone knows about the gangster in the land deal and of Gaming Commission Chairman Steven Crosby’s relationship with one of the owners of the land. The land deal was corrupt. How it went down was corrupt,” said a source familiar with the case who wished to remain unnamed. Continue reading Mohegan Lawsuit Advances; Wynn Pays No Heed to It

Two Giants Return To Patriots

By Josh Resnek

The return of Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski to the Patriots playing field Monday afternoon is huge medicine.

This return to the field of two of the NFL’s greatest stars and performers, legendary players actually, marks a moment to be cherished by fans of the legendary Patriots.

Yes, they lost the Super Bowl last year.
That was then. This is now. Continue reading Two Giants Return To Patriots