Inside a Superior Courtroom in Las Vegas on December 12 holds the key to the future of the casino/hotel development – right now.
If a judge inside that courtroom allows Steve Wynn’s lawsuit to prevail, then the Massachusetts Gaming Commission’s long awaited judgement about whether or not Wynn Resorts will be found suitable to own the license to their project in Everett, cannot be made public.
If you are an Everett taxpayer, whether you own a single family home, a two family, a three family, a multifamily, an apartment house, a giant apartment house with many units, a commercial property, your tax bill is going up and up, like a balloon filled with helium released from your hand and rising higher and higher into the air.
When the balloon reaches heights it cannot be at, it deflates, or it could explode, or it is swept away by the wind and lost to eternity somewhere.
Officials in the District Attorney’s office have not yet released the name of a 32 year old woman known to the police who was found dead on the sidewalk in front of the home where she had been living on Glendale Street Thursday afternoon.
According to Everett Police, the woman likely died of a drug overdose inside the house, and was dragged outside and left on the sidewalk.
The death is being investigated as a possible homicide but details remain sketchy and police were hesitant to comment.
The Everett High School football team capped a 10-win season with a 32-0 shutout of Masconomet on Thanksgiving.
The Crimson Tide, who were defeated in the Div. 1 North semi nals earlier in the month, rebounded with impressive wins over Acton-Boxboro and Masco, as the program reached double digits in wins for the 13th time since 2006.
The win marked Everett’s third consecutive Thanksgiving victory over Masconomet in a brief series that will likely end next year when the Crimson Tide (10-1) join the Northeastern Conference in football.
Pope John Makes Final Preparations for Saturday’s Title Game at Gillette Stadium
By Lorenzo Recupero
Pope John High School football players and coaches will be competing in the biggest game of their lives this weekend at Gillette Stadium, but that doesn’t mean they’ll be doing anything any differently. Preparations will go as planned for the Tigers and that means not changing a thing at all.
“[We’ve] practiced all week like it’s any other game. We want to make it like preparing for any other game and not make it bigger than what it is,” said Pope John coach Paul Sobolewski of the team’s preparation for the Division 8 State Championship game against St. Bernard’s at Gillette Stadium Saturday at 9AM.
Sobolewski, who referenced a particularly successful coach around these parts, Bill Belichick, while explaining his decision to do things the same as they have all year even though the stakes are heightened.