Some People Fight to Win; Some People Fight to Lose
The City Council did the right thing by appropriating $5 million Monday evening so the public schools were not decimated by teacher layoffs and cutbacks in services to students. The vote was unanimous, and we compliment the good judgment shown by the City Council. Continue reading EDITORIALS: February 15
Where is the Outrage?
We live in an upside down world where anything can happen at anytime and it often does.
That being said, it appears increasingly apparent that Steve Wynn’s days as the leader of the company he founded are numbered. Continue reading EDITORIALS: February 8
Bad, Bad, Bad
The allegations of repeated and undifferentiated incidents of sexual harassment and assault against Steve Wynn as documented and reported by the Wall Street Journal, and what might ultimately occur as a result of these sickening revelations, is bad news for Everett, bad news for the mayor’s dream and bad news for all of us who put our future in Wynn’s capable hands. Continue reading EDITORIALS: February 22
DiBiaso Moves On
Just six weeks ago Everett’s legendary winningest coaching prodigy John DiBiaso announced his retirement after almost 39 years in the Everett Public School system.
His retirement produced lamentations from nearly everyone who realized what a tremendous loss for the city his retirement from our programs would be. Continue reading EDITORIALS: January 25
Frank Mastrocola, Businessman, Family Man, Son of Everett, at 92
The death of Frank Mastrocola at 92 a few days ago is a tremendous loss to all of us who knew him, who know his family, and who respect the Mastrocolas because, quite frankly, they are classy, successful, generous, educated Everett people who have always given back to the city where they got their start. Continue reading Editorials: January 18th