Mayor’s Silence on Wynn Fiasco Remains Unbroken

Where is Gaming Commission heading?

By Josh Resnek

With Everett’s place in the ongoing Steve Wynn sexual harassment fiasco in limbo, the mayor’s silence on Wynn’s resignation and how it effects the future of the project for Everett remains deafening.

Last week, the mayor gave a letter to the editor or a statement as he called it, to a local publication thanking the Gaming Commission for continuing its suitability review and for acting quickly. Continue reading Mayor’s Silence on Wynn Fiasco Remains Unbroken

Travel Ban Reality Dampens Energy

By Josh Resnek

The mayor’s decision to impose a travel ban two weeks ago on all School Department sponsored travel has dampened the energy behind fund raising efforts intended to aid in making out of state trips possible for Everett’s championship marching band, its award winning choir, percussion ensemble and its STEM team. Continue reading Travel Ban Reality Dampens Energy

Tedge Reunited With Master at Everett Police Station

By Josh Resnek

Everyone loves a dog story because just about everyone who owns a dog loves their dog.

Such is the case with Tedge, a little dog who was thrown out of a SUV in Everett last month and who was reunited with his owner yesterday at the Everett Police Station amid a bit of fanfare.

Theron Miller, 54, of Montana picked up Tedge, his Chihuahua-beagle mix at the station Monday afternoon following a long drawn out affair that began at the end of January.

Continue reading Tedge Reunited With Master at Everett Police Station

Everett Democratic City Committee to Hold 2018 Caucuses

The Everett Democratic City Committee is pleased to announce that they will hold their Annual Caucus on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at the Edward G. Connolly Center, 90 Chelsea Street, Everett. Registration will open at 9:30 a.m. and close promptly at 10:00 a.m. Once registration is closed and the caucus begins, no additional registration will be permitted. Continue reading Everett Democratic City Committee to Hold 2018 Caucuses

State Representative McGonagle’s Speech in Support of Housing Bond Bill

State Representative Joseph McGonagle (D-Everett) was elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 2014 represenFeb 15_State Repting the 28th Middlesex District. He is currently serving his second term.

McGonagle serves as Vice Chair of the Joint Committee on Housing. He is also a member of the Joint Committee on Elder Affairs, The Joint Committee on Election Laws, the Joint Committee on Transportation, the Joint Committee on Ways and Means, and the House Committee on Ways and Means.

Prior to his election, Representative McGonagle served several terms on the Everett Board of Aldermen and Everett City Council. Continue reading State Representative McGonagle’s Speech in Support of Housing Bond Bill