Sgt Regina Mazzie Collyer. She retires after 32 years of service with Everett PD. She worked stints in Patrol Operations, was a long time investigator in the CIU & recently was assigned in a support role working special projects.Continue reading Mazzie Collyer signs of from EPD
Mulitple Grammy Award winner, musical giant, winner had strong Everett tie
By JOSH RESNEK
World-famous jazz pianist Chick Corea succumbed to cancer over the weekend.
He grew up in Chelsea, where a street has been named after him. But he spent his high school years in Everett, where his parents moved.
His father was a musician in a band. Son Chick was brought up in the Woodlawn neighborhood.
He attended Chelsea Public Schools.
When Corea was 16, the family moved to another Woodlawn home on Abbott Street.
Corea had strong Everett connections.
In fact, he graduated from Everett’s Vocational High School in 1958 and left to embark on a lifelong rendezvous with destiny as one of the world’s most renowned and accomplished jazz composers and pianist.
This writer interviewed Corea in 1992 for a lengthy and personal piece that appeared in the Improper Bostonian Magazine.Continue reading World reknowned jazz painist dead at 79
The Capone Family recently honored the late Dorothy Martin Long in recognition and appreciation of her advocacy on behalf of Housing Families GREAT Youth and Families Program in Malden.
Housing Families assists children experiencing educational challenges created by housing instability to receive homework and tutoring help. Mrs. Long was a steadfast supporter of the Program.
Dorothy volunteered as a tutor for over 16 years. She was well known in Everett for her community service, her boundless energy, and her commitment to helping others.Continue reading Capone family honors Dorothy Martin Long
We won’t get into exactly what number birthday has passed for former councilman Sal Sachetta.
Lets say the late great comedian Jack Benny used to always joke to those who asked him about his age on his birthday well into his eighties, he always replied that he spent his lifetime being 39.
It is impossible to know exactly how many Everett men and women have joined the armed forces of the United States during war and peace since the nation was founded.
It is, we believe in the tens of thousands, beginning mainly with the Civil War and extending to the modern era when Everett men and women have served in World War2, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, and throughout the world wherever American armed forces are deployed.
Signing your life away to the United States Armed forces takes courage.
Serving your country takes courage.Continue reading Veterans Day is everyday