Senator Sal DiDomenico recently spoke at Head Start Day at the State House. For 45 years, Head Start has provided educational and comprehensive child development services to young children from working families. Continue reading SEN. DIDOMENICO SERVES AS HEAD START DAY ALUMNI SPEAKER
By Lorenzo Recupero
The Crimson Tide boys’ basketball team is on the verge of major milestones as they vie for a Division 1 North Championship in the MIAA playoffs. Continue reading Boys Basketball Set To Tip-off Postseason Journey
By Lorenzo Recupero
What shaped-up to be a promising MIAA Division 1 North Girls opening round basketball contest quickly turned into a game of catch-up for the Crimson Tide, who could never gain their footing or any ground in a tough, 78-45, home defeat to visiting Beverly. Continue reading Crimson Tide Girls Basketball Bounced from Postseason
Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), an academic community health system serving Everett and Boston’s metro-north region, is teaming up with the North Suffolk Mental Health Association (NSMHA) to help get individuals struggling with addiction connected to treatment by piloting a new recovery coach program at CHA Everett Hospital. Two coaches from NSMHA are now available to patients who struggle with addiction or present with mental health issues in the Emergency Department inpatient psychiatry and CHA’s med-surg units. Continue reading Recovery Coaches Provide Addiction Support at CHA Everett Hospital
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