Senator Sal DiDomenico Reflects on 2017

Dear Friends,

Now that the holidays are over and we are already well into the New Year, I wanted to take this opportunity to share some of the important achievements that my colleagues and I in the Senate accomplished during the previous legislative year. Continue reading Senator Sal DiDomenico Reflects on 2017

ODDS & ENDS

Ax and You Shall Receive

Everett’s hip edge grows sharper every day. In the spring, the city will boast one of the area’s two new ax-throwing bars. Yes, ax-throwing is a new thing — one that’s being paired with an old thing, alcohol. It might sound comical or hopelessly contradictory. It might make you glance at your fingers in appreciation. But, then again, what else goes with ax-throwing? Yoga or frozen yogurt? Didn’t think so. Continue reading ODDS & ENDS

EDITORIALS: January 25

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

Developer Charlie Zammuto Donates 100 Trees To The City Of Everett

January 25, 2018_Charlie TreesMayor Carlo DeMaria would like to thank Charlie Zammuto for donating 100 trees to the City of Everett. This past summer, the Department of Public Works continued to beautify and prepare the neighborhoods of Everett with the planting of trees that were donated by Zammuto. Continue reading Developer Charlie Zammuto Donates 100 Trees To The City Of Everett

Become Inspired With The Help of the Everett Arts Association

Art classes with Paul Ciaramitaro, will begin at 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM on Monday, February 5, 2018 and will continue through Monday, May 7th , 2018 in the Keverian Room, 3rd floor, City Hall.

No classes will be held on February 19th, Presidents Day, and April 16th, Patriots Day. Continue reading Become Inspired With The Help of the Everett Arts Association