According to his family, Angelo Colarusso, who lived in this city all his life on Wolcott Street, was a quiet, honest, humble, loyal man to his family, to his friends, to his relatives and to the St. Anthony’s Church, which he honored during a long life of service to it.
Mr. Colarusso, who was born in Dentecane, Avillino Campania, Italy in 1940, died Saturday at his home after being cared for for a decade by his son Sandro, his daughter Josephine and his loving wife Ersilia, whom he shared 50 years of marriage with.
With just a week to go before Everett goes to the polls for this year’s municipal election, nearly everyone running is into their bit of hustle and bustle as Election Day looms on the horizon.
The key race in the city this time around is the Mike McLaughlin-Al Lattanzi contest for Ward 6 supremacy.
McLaughlin, the incumbent, has taken the high road by his own admission.
There hasn’t been an ounce of negativity out of him for his opponent.
McLaughlin has gone door to door throughout the city several times trying to advance his message of independence from the mayor and his basic honesty as a human being not trying to get rich off the backs of taxpayers.
Many of us believed he should have been attacking Lattanzi for getting rich off the city with his business and his relations who have significant city jobs.
His wife works for the mayor. His son the lawyer works for the city and may become the mayor’s chief of staff and Lattanzi himself will be working for the city if he is elected. His hard ware business takes in large sums of money from city business.
An Everett teacher arrested for a domestic abuse incident that involved his wife has been suspended from his job at the English Elementary School after some backtracking at the School Department, according to officials who wished to remain unnamed.
Jason Abruzzese, a physical education teacher at the English School, spent the night in an Everett Police Department jail cell following his arrest.
After his arraignment in Malden District Court and following his release from custody the next day, he returned to his job at the English School.