Capuano, Pressley Pressing Onward

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U.S. Rep. Michael Capuano.

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Capuano Said to Have 13-Point Lead

By Josh Resnek

Congressman Mike Capuano and his opponent Ayanna Pressley debated last week, and according to political pundits, it was a no hit, no runs, no error performance by everyone involved.

In a race with two candidates who stand for virtually all the same things, no other outcome was possible.

Everett is said to be strongly pro-Capuano as the incumbent has not been taking anything for granted and has been making numerous public appearances here as well as outreach to local voters.

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Everett Residents Benefit From Free Fresh Produce Through Everett Community Growers and Bread of Life

In June, a teenaged youth worker at the Everett Community Growers (ECG) farm bicycled down the Northern Strand Community Trail to deliver the first batch of produce–fresh greens – to the Bread of Life Food Pantry to help neighbors in need.

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Everett Students Attend Tech Camp Led by UMass Students

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First row, from left: Gabrielle Hyppolite, Myrsa Prinston, Bryhanna Germain, Sushant Shrestha, Sen- ay Tesfamicael, Alessandra Foster, Suzanne Maharjan, and Lori Blank. Second row, from left: Akira Kamiya, UMass Lowell student, Geatano Foster, Bryanna Mason, UMass Lowell student, Anthony Cooper, Ricardo Harper, and Nathaniel Tesfamicael. In back are UMass Lowell student Ryan Me- deiros and Johnathan Horgan.

More than a dozen middle school students from Everett Public Schools attended a weeklong summer camp designed to introduce them to coding and basic computer science concepts in a fun and engaging way.

The camp, funded by a National Science Foundation grant, was directed by computer science majors from UMass Lowell and experienced middle school technology teachers. It featured engaging community partners and a cutting-edge curriculum.

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Women’s Volleyball League Plans Registration Event

The Everett Women’s Volleyball League, one of the longest running sports leagues in the history of Everett, will have registration for the upcoming 2018-2019 season, on Wednesday evening, September 5,2018 from 6:30PM to 8:00PM in the Children’s Room at the Parlin Memorial Library, 410 Broadway.

Team players must be at least 18 years old. There will be a non-refundable $40.00 registration fee and $7.00 weekly dues. Sign-ups will not be accepted without the non-refundable fee.

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DiDomenico Secures $4.5 Million for Everett in Economic Development Bill

Last week, Senator Sal DiDomenico (D-Everett) and his colleagues in the Massachusetts Legislature passed a sweeping $1 billion Economic Development Bill, calling for targeted investments in workforce training programs and job creation through ambitious public infrastructure projects. Senator DiDomenico led a number of amendments to the Senate version of the bill, and secured $4.5 million for infrastructure improvement projects for the city of Everett in the nal version of the bill that was passed by the Legislature. In addition, Senator DiDomenico also secured an additional $4.5 million for the Beacham Street project in Chelsea that will bene t many Everett residents traveling through this important corridor.

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