Worked for Schrafft’s, the Registry of Motor Vehicles
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Marie A. (Christoforo) Santora a longtime resident of Everett, passed away with
her loved ones at her side, on Tuesday afternoon, October 16, 2018, she was 86. Marie was born in Everett in 1932, the loving daughter of Ernest and Mary (Lepore) Christoforo. She was a graduate of Everett High School, Class of 1950.
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— Eye on Everett —

Money, money, MONEY!

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By Josh Resnek

Last week I wrote about the mayor’s salary, about $180,000 a year and rising. His salary is perhaps one of the highest in the state and in the nation for a mayor, higher than the mayor of Boston who gets $175,000. It is higher than any mayor of a small city like Everett in the United States.

I estimate paying for mayor’s office salaries for everyone presently aboard – you know – salaries, health insurance, and vacations must be in the $1.5 million yearly range. In a four-year period, that’s $6 million for the mayor of Everett to run his office, an office he is largely absent from and which he is obviously bored with and tired of.

Why, I wonder, can a pittance like $2.5 million matter to the mayor – a millionaire himself who lives a millionaire’s existence?

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Senator Sal DiDomenico shown above last week urging his friend the mayor to transfer $2.5 million from the gen-eral fund to the public schools as intended.

The to do over the mayor refusing to transfer $2.5 million of school aid intended for the Everett Public Schools has taken a new twist and turn.


Every Thursday, the Everett Leader-Herald, and the Parlin Memorial Library publish a “Mystery Photo of the Week.” Each week we will show a photo from Everett’s past featuring Everett residents from several decades ago.Readers are encouraged to identify the people in the photo. If you know who is in this picture, call Mark Parisi at the Parlin Library at 617-394-2305, or email him at


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For many years the Everett Fire Department welcomed trick- or-treaters to the Central Street station. Here is a group from Halloween, 1952. Do you know anyone here? Let us know if you do!


Councilman Wayne Matewsky and Friends Proudly Announce The 39th Annual Free Safe Halloween Party


Councilman at Large Wayne A. Matewsky & Friends started holding the Safe Halloween Party in 1980 when reports surfaced that Halloween candies had been tainted, making door-to-door Trick or Treating unsafe for children. Since 1980, Wayne has annually held a Free Safe Children’s Party for the children of Everett

This year, the Annual Free Safe Children’s Party will be held at the Silver Fox II on Second Street in Everett on Sunday, October 28, 2018 from 2:00p.m. to 4:00p.m. There will be refreshments, entertainment, candy and prizes for the best costume, and an Adult coffee table. Fun for All!

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Father Jerry Osterman

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Father Jerry Osterman speaking about his retirement from The Immaculate Conception Church after receiving a City Council commendation for his many, many years of devotion to the residents of Everett.

The retirement of Father Jerry Osterman from his commanding position as the spiritual leader of The Immaculate Conception Church has been a long time coming.

But now the day has come, as evidenced by the accolade set upon him at Monday evening’s council meeting by the city council.

A caring, gentlemanly, humble, but strong willed priest, Father Osterman will be missed.

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