Editorials: January 18th

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

Everett 311 Has Logged 40,000 Requests as it Reaches One-Year Mark

Since the launch of Everett’s 311 system in January 2017, Mayor DeMaria’s Office of Constituent Services has logged nearly 40,000 requests via phone calls and walk-ins. Mayor DeMaria highlighted in his Inaugural Address that he wants to create an environment that is more responsive to the needs of residents, businesses and visitors and he has certainly done that. Continue reading Everett 311 Has Logged 40,000 Requests as it Reaches One-Year Mark

Mayor DeMaria Announces Roadmap To Recovery Drop-In Nights

On January 2nd, during his Inaugural Address, Mayor Carlo DeMaria emphasized his greatest concern, which is the current opioid crisis that our country is facing today. The Mayor passionately addressed the audience that he will not sit idly by and watch another person die through no fault of their own. Continue reading Mayor DeMaria Announces Roadmap To Recovery Drop-In Nights

First Major Study of Gambling Behavior in Massachusetts Sites Social, Economic Impact

By Joshua Resnek

A multi year study examining the social and economic impact of gambling in Massachusetts has examined an array of effects.

This is a almost 5 year study commissioned by the Gaming Commission studying the same individuals over time and providing information on how gambling and problem gambling develops , progresses and how individuals may experience remission. Continue reading First Major Study of Gambling Behavior in Massachusetts Sites Social, Economic Impact

If MBTA Sale is Real, Costs Will Be Whopping

By Joshua Resnek

If the reports of an impending sale of the MBTA maintenance facility at the end of Broadway to Wynn Boston Harbor are true, the costs for the land will represent one of the largest transactions in Everett’s history.

According to information on file with the Everett Assessor’s office, the maintenance facility sits on 14.480 acres. Continue reading If MBTA Sale is Real, Costs Will Be Whopping