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TEAM LEADERS: Shown with head coach Lou Ciccatelli are 2017 RHS Patriots Varsity Captains, Ron Marcelino and Edeh Ballo.

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evere football coach Louis Cicatelli is an expert at getting the most out of his players – one of the reasons they’re one of the toughest games in North Shore foot-

ball. The Patriots are a physical team with a never-say-die attitude. And with Cicatelli at the helm, they’ve got a 16year coaching veteran to retool and develop players every season. Revere opens the campaign

on Friday against Gloucester at Della Russo Stadium. It’s an even tilt, particularly because both teams enter the season with physical and skilled units. ‘‘These kids are physical,’’ Cic-

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Council approves DPW upgrade funding, seeks City Hall renovations Rotondo proposes fining shopping cart owners

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he City Council approved $82,000 to put the Department of Public Works in a new setup on Charger Street. The money will go to leasing of land and a trailer to replace the old office that has been decaying into an unhealthy environment for decades. The council also expressed their concerns for City Hall, saying there was mold throughout the building and it was falling apart. “City Hall is in terrible shape,” Councillor-at-Large Jessica Giannino said during the meeting on August 28. “We are putting employees at risk.” She said there have been many occasions where debris has fallen from the council chamber ceiling on the councillors. “And we are not here every day like the employees,” she said. Director of Finance George Anzuoni said the city is still deciding on what to do with City

Hall and how to solve the issues there. He said the city will be using the money received from the insurance claim from tornado damage three years ago for repairs when a plan is finally in place. “It’s an old building and it was shaken,” he said. “This is where most of the damage happened.” He also said while there is some mold in City Hall, it is not higher than allowable rates. However, not everyone on

the council was convinced. Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso said his son works in the basement and has been out of work for months with Legionella. Guinasso stated that he can’t prove it’s from City Hall but he believes it is. “This is nothing to fool around with – this is people’s health we’re talking about,” he said. In other news, ward Councillors Joanne McKenna and

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augus resident Audrey Richards remembers her daughter, Taylor, as a vibrant, fun-loving induvial. That’s why it was so shocking when her daughter passed away four years ago of a heroin overdose. “She looked great,” said Richards about her daughter days before she died. “You never would have guessed there was a problem.” Richards is telling her story in honor of the 11th annual Revere Beach Memorial. The annual memorial is a candlelight vigil for families and friends who wish to remember a loved one who lost their life due to an overdose. This year the event will be on September 17 at the bandstand on Revere Beach. Taylor Richards grew up in Revere and graduated from Saugus High School after she moved from the city with her family. She was active in dance in school. After graduating, she became a waitress at Texas Roadhouse. She was only 24 years old when she died. “She had friends everywhere,” said Richards. “I know everyone thinks their kid is amazing, but she really was – she was so loving.” The problem started when

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Taylor Richards Taylor started using Percocet; her mother knew nothing about it. “One night I got a phone call from her saying she needed help,” she said. “That’s when I found out there was a problem.” Richards brought her daughter to a detox center the next day. While she thought she was helping her daughter – that would only mark the downward spiral of her daughter as Taylor learned about heroin at the detox center. “People told her it was a cheap high and so much easier to get than pills,” said Richards. “I think that’s where she first got the idea to use heroin.” A few weeks later, Taylor was

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nough of the lies and rhetoric. It’s been close to two years since leaving elected office, and up to now, but for a few occasions, I have sat back and listened to false information being disseminated to Revere residents. However, with the conversation turning to the Police Department, the time has come when I have to respond to the Mayor’s lies and mistruths. Here are just a few: During Arrigo’s campaign, he promised ALL residents who lived in owner-occupied properties that they would receive a 10% tax break. Now, it has evolved into a vote on an obscure statute (Chapter 41C ½) for which, only one municipality in Massachusetts has adopted. The reason? The extreme cost to the taxpayers. I am sure that despite what his old political ads say, he’ll try and say this is what he was referring to the entire time. Then there is his outright lie he told the community when he first took over saying he was left with a $2 Million deficit. This too was a total falsehood and he was forced to admit that publicly before the City Council. The fact is, he had a Free Cash “surplus” that took him a year and a half to certify with the Department of Revenue. He has accused the prior administration of overspending, yet the expenditures we’ve seen over the last 20 months are at minimum, outrageous. He paid his Chief of Staff, Omar Bhoukili, a Somerville resident, $124,000 a year with his promise to move to Revere, something that never materialized. This compared to my Chief of Staff who made under $60,000. He spent $72,000 for an outside audit, above and beyond the city’s outside audits that are routinely performed, where he made wild accusations before the City Council saying he suspected MGL Chapter 30B violations (Public Bidding Laws), all of which were found to be untrue. Now, most recently, another $10,000 on an Assessment Center process to select a new Chief after removing Cafarelli and $48,000 to “study” the department. And now finally, he is trying to justify his actions by throwing up this smoke screen of a report that he claimed was hidden from his administration – another outright mistruth. Here are the facts about the report he points to: In 2014, I asked Chief Cafarelli to work on a strategic plan for the Police Department and to solicit the services of the UMass Collins Center to do so. What took place afterwards borders on breach of contract. The fact is, during my administration and to this day, I never have received this strategic

plan we requested. Many, many calls from Chief Cafarelli to the Collins Center went unanswered during the process. And we now find out that this may be because the person responsible for the plan was in transition. That said, many months went by with little, to no contact at all between the city and the Collins Center. Now, after taking lots of pushback on how he’s handled the department and the selection process for Chief, this plan suddenly just appears three (3) years after it was commissioned? By the Mayor’s own letter and timeline, the draft report was given to the city in July of 2017! And when it was delivered, rather than a strategic plan, it somehow turned into a scathing report admonishing the department and its leadership. Quite a coincidence. The whole scope of what Chief Cafarelli had requested had now somehow changed … how and why did this happen? It’s worth noting that a recent hire (another non-Revere resident being paid close to $80,000) by Mayor Arrigo worked for the Collins Center during that time and should have absolutely been privy to this report. As for the integrity of the department, when we took over in 2012, we had 84 uniformed police officers. We brought those numbers from 84 to 104 by November of 2015. We implemented an annual report, something Arrigo conveniently fails to mention, that clearly showed that under Chief Cafarelli, the city experienced a steady decrease in crime and an overall reduction in overtime costs by $400,000. Drug arrests, contrary to what was being told to the public during the election cycle was actually UP by 40%. This was as a result of merging our Detective Bureau with our Drug Unit, and beginning to share information with the State Police, FBI, DEA, and the Boston and North Shore Gang Units. Anything else anyone says contrary to that is just an outright lie. This department was free from scandal that had plagued them in the past, and they served the city proudly and effectively. I agree that a Mayor can pick his own Chief – I don’t have a problem with that. But own up to your decisions and stop trying to drag a tremendous public servant through the mud to satisfy your own political ambitions. Chief Cafarelli was a decorated Marine Combat Veteran, an excellent Lieutenant, and the numbers prove, a tremendous Chief. At bare minimum he deserved to keep his job and his benefits just like the last Chief did. Words of wisdom from one of the great United States Presidents Abraham Lincoln:“You can fool all the people some of the time and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.”


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City Council approves new voting machines By Sara Brown

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ith the upcoming general elec tion in No vember only a few months away, residents will be casting their votes on new machines thanks to the council. However, not ever yone on the council is happy about it. At the August 28 regular City Council meeting, a majority voted in favor of the new voting equipment recently purchased by the Election Commission which was approved a few months prior by Councillorat-Large Steve Morabito’s motion. Morabito felt that the city needed to keep up with technology saying

the former equipment was outdated. “We have to upkeep with the technology,” he said. But Councillor-at-Large George Rotondo thought it was a waste of money. “What is the problem with the old system?” he asked. Rotondo said the current machines worked well with less than one percent error. He also said it doesn’t make sense to use new equipment when the city nullified its September primary election for monetary reasons. However, Councillor-atLarge Anthony Zambuto said it was a moot point since the council already approved the funding and

only needs to approve using the machines. The old machines were approximately 20 years old. “The new technology might be a little better,” he said. “I don’t think there is anything to debate if the technology is better than 20 years later.” Ward 2 Councillor Ira Novoselsky agreed it is time the city purchased new machines. “When you have something that is going on for 20 years, they break down,” he said. “They had a lot of trouble with these machines.” The council voted in favor of using the new machines with the exception of Rotondo, who voted against it.

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Moving forward with the facts By Mayor Brian Arrigo

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y focus is always on the work we are doing to build a better Revere for the 21st century. I do not spend much time worrying about misleading attacks on social media. Unfortunately, the increasingly bizarre, untrue nature of the attacks on my administration requires me to respond and provide the facts. – The Police Department review: On Monday I will go before the Council to show two years of emails and records that demonstrate the following facts regarding the former administration’s work with the Collins Center on the Revere Police Department: • The previous administration paid the Collins Center $25,000 for expert analysis of the Revere Police Department. There is nothing wrong with doing this, and I am in fact carrying out a similar process now – one which the former Mayor attacked as an “insult” and a waste of money. Unlike the previous administration, we will actually see our work through to a completed report, which will be shared with the public. • In July of 2015, the former Mayor met with Kym Craven, the consultant completing the Collins Center report. Emails from his office undeniably confirm this meeting. He followed up the meeting with an email to Craven saying “In light of this conversation, maybe we keep our discussion just between us.” That was the last communication between the former Mayor and Craven, after

two years of well-documented, frequent communication with his office. • These records correspond with the version of events presented to us by Craven, who stated that she verbally presented her initial findings in July of 2015, only to not be asked to produce or share a final report with the public. In spite of this, the $25,000 was paid in full. At best, this was a blatant waste of money. At worst, it’s an alarming shielding of uncomfortable findings.

I have no issue with the former Mayor having carried out this work, nor would I have even had an issue with its completion being delayed until after an election. What I do take issue with is the dishonesty and the hypocrisy of the attacks on my administration’s efforts to complete a similar review. The former Mayor is not only attacking me, personally, but he is also disrespecting the integrity of this office and

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member of the Revere Police Department has been recognized by the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts for her participation in a humantrafficking joint investigation under the direction of the FBI. Revere Police Sergeant Lynn Romboli, who is assigned to the FBI Human Trafficking Task Force, has been awarded an Investigative Achievement Award through the United States Attorney’s Office for her work and assistance in United States v. Tyrell Gorham, et al. During a FBI-led operation, a minor female was identified as a victim of a sex-trafficking ring. The minor and her friend had been recruited from the Portland, Maine, area and transported to Boston to work as prostitutes. Defendant Tyrell Gorham recruited the victims, and Gorham and co-defendant Lee Young

Revere Police Sgt. Lynn Romboli transported them to Massachusetts. With the assistance of codefendant Chelanje Greene, an advertisement was posted on Backpage.com, which was used to offer the sexual servic-

es of the women for a fee. The minor and her friend traveled to a motel in Woburn to meet a prospective client, who was an undercover law enforcement officer. During the same operation at a Revere hotel, two adult victims, also from Portland, Maine, were recovered. Both had been recruited by Gorham about one week earlier and were working as prostitutes under the direction of Gorham and Young. Investigators quickly realized that the victims had been trafficked by the same man, and they launched a joint investigation under the direction of the FBI. Revere Police Sergeant Patricia Carey also assisted during the operation. All three defendants pleaded guilty before trial. Gorham was sentenced to 12 years in prison, Young to eight years in prison and Greene to six years in prison.

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Flag Retirement Ceremony this Saturday, September 9 The City of Revere and the Department of Veterans’ Services invite all residents to a Flag Retirement Ceremony. Join us in honoring our veterans and first responders from the City of Revere on Saturday, September 9 at 10:00 a.m. The event will be held at 10 Garofola St. in Revere, the former site of the Mottola VFW Post. The Department of Veterans’ Services, Boy Scout Troop 15, and members of the Revere High School Jr. ROTC will perform the flag retirement ceremony. If you have a tattered old flag, please bring it to the ceremony for proper disposal. Light refreshments will be served.

Revere Special Olympics Program to expand in fall 2017; Soccer Program for ages 5-15 begins Sept. 30 Mayor Brian Arrigo is proud to announce that the City of Revere and Special Olympics have partnered to further expand the program in Revere this fall. A soccer program for children ages 5-15 will begin on September 30, adding to the successful Young Athletes Program for kids ages 2-7, which will return for a third session in September. Both of these programs will be free for all children. “Last year, we brought Special Olympics back to Revere with the young athletes program with hopes that we could expand the program if it was successful,” said Mayor Arrigo. “Thanks to the generous support of parents, volunteers and the Revere Public Schools, it was a tremendous success. Because of this,

Volunteers needed for graffiti removal on Bike Trail – Sept. 9 On Saturday, September 9 from 9-12 p.m., volunteers are needed to help wipe out graffiti to make way for a mural on the Northern Strand Bike Trail. Contact Elle: ebaker@revere.org. Housing Families’ Office Hours for September 2017 moved to Tues., Sept. 19 Next month’s Housing Families Inc.’s Pro Bono Legal Services Program (PBLSP) Office Hours in Revere have been moved to Tuesday, September 19 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. This is a change from the normal monthly office hours, which for all other months will continue to be held the second Tuesday of the month from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The PBLSP team meets each month with residents by appointment to discuss housing and legal issues. To ensure residents in need can be served appropriately, please call the Mayor’s Office at 781-286-8111 to schedule an appointment in advance. PBLSP provides no-cost legal representation, advocacy, advice, information, outreach and referrals to low-income people for civil cases that have the potential to substantially impact the lives of low-income people – with a focus on issues regarding housing, eviction prevention, retaining subsidies, and other civ-

Page 5 Special Olympics will be expanding their presence in our community.” The Special Olympics Jr. Soccer Skills program is open to kids of all skill levels ages 5-15. Sessions will be held on Saturdays from 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. from September 30-November 4, on the field at Paul Revere School. The field will be newly striped for soccer and nets will be installed. The Young Athletes Program returns again this fall, a unique sports and play program for

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MOVING FORWARD | from page 3 frankly, the trust of residents. I also take issue with the fact that following the 2015 elec-

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one. It was a promise I made during the election and one I plan to deliver on. This fall, voters have a chance to approve our first step in this process – a 10% residential tax exemption for qualifying senior citizens who own and occupy their homes – providing some relief to those most impacted by Revere’s rising property values. As I’ve stated publicly on several occasions, this is the first phase in a plan to ultimately do what many of our neighboring communities have done – but Revere never has – by adopting a 10% exemption for owner-occupied homes. I look forward to going door to door this fall to discuss this program with voters and urge a yes vote. Despite not having extended relief of this kind to any homeowner during his four years as Mayor, his criticism appears to be not applying this

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Meet the RHS Patriots Field Hockey Team

Head Coach Briana Scata with the 2017 Varsity RHS Patriot Field Hockey Team: Pictured in front row: Adjoke Atitebi, Victoria Correia; second row: Chloe Giordano, Ayah Harper, Jenna Wells, Jannel Mercado, Gabriella DeLorenzo, Erin Mahoney, Jessica Vo, Crystal Valente; third row: Brianna Senecal, Olivia Collymore, Trigal Ramos, Jasmina Mujic, Taylor GiuffreCatalano, Kayla Armetta, Natalie Maggioli, Eve Lescovitz, Joli Giuliano, Erin Christopher, Coach Briana Scata.

Captains are Olivia Collymore, Taylor Giuffre-Catalano, Adejoke Atitebi and Natalie Maggioli.

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Charles Patch presented a motion requesting the DPW to enforce the provisions of the ordinances relative to abandoned shopping carts. McKenna said abandoned shopping carts are a big problem in the city. “Stores should be held responsible,” she said. She said there should be a 24-hour grace period where they notify the stores about abandoned carts and if they don’t get them, they are fined. However, Councillor-atLarge George Rotondo thinks they should be fined automatically. “What’s fair is fair,” he said. Patch said this shouldn’t be too hard to enforce since the ordinance is already on the books. The motion was sent to Mayor Brian Arrigo’s desk.

SENIORS: Jasmina Mujic, Olivia Collymore, Trigal Ramos, Victoria Correaia, Taylor Giuffre-Catalano, Adejoke Atitebi, Natalie Maggioli.


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children ages 2-7 designed to serve as an introduction to sports and the world of Special Olympics. Sessions will be held in the Paul Revere School gym on Saturdays from 11:00 a.m.-11:45 a.m., from September 30-November 4. For more information, contact Enza Goodwin (etumb@comcast.net) or Jennifer Duggan (jduggan0408@aol.com). For additional information specifically about the Young Athletes program, visit www.specialolympicsma.org/YAregistration. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Enza or Jen. Both programs will require volunteers to make them a continued success. “We’re excited to offer these programs for free for our children,” said Mayor Arrigo. “We look forward to strengthening our ties with Special Olympics in the years to come and offer-

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tural Affairs Division in coordination with the Revere RossettiCowan Senior Center and Chelsea Senior Center. When: Saturday, September 16 – 12:00-3:00 p.m. (or until play has ended); rain date: Sunday, September 17 – 12:00-3:00 p.m. Where: Voke Park, 546 Washington St., Chelsea (down the street from the New Bridge Café on the right side). Who is invited? • Revere and Chelsea Bocce leagues (their families if they want) • Chelsea City Manager, Revere Mayor, Council and School Committee members and the state delegation. • Other seniors from both cities Presented by: Chelsea Recreation & Cultural Affairs Division Event elements: • Senior Bocce Tournament; Officiator/Referee: John Roberts; program with rules, League bios (history, award) and players’ names; trophy to be held by the winning league – with all the bragging rights that entails – until the next tournament. • Food: burgers, hotdogs, cookies, drinks, chips • Ice Cream truck • DJ George For more information, contact the Revere Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center at (781) 286-8156 or the Chelsea Senior Center at (617) 466-4370. Community Happenings Beachmont Multicultural Festival Saturday, September 9, 11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., at Kimmerle Park at Donnelly Square (directly opposite the Beachmont MBTA Station). The Beachmont Improvement Committee is sponsoring the first Beachmont Multicultural Festival, weaving the community together with art, food and music. Moroccan Traditional Games Sunday, September 10, 4:00 p.m. until dark at Costa Park on the corner of Shirley and Walnut Avenues.

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gone. “It was the worst day of my life,” said Richards. “I miss my daughter every day. I miss her advice,” she said. “She used to give the best advice.” Richards said she shares her story as a way to reduce the stigma and help others who are dealing with the same issues. “Stigma sucks,” she said. “People need to wake up and realize this could happen to anybody.” Richards said her daughter didn’t look like an addict and that there are people all across the country struggling with addiction issues who don’t look like addicts. “I think people have this image in their head on what an addict should be,” she said. “It can be anybody.” The Revere Beach Memorial began because of the Revere CARES Coalition’s Opiates Task Force, which started in the last decade to document the extent of the community’s opi-

ates problem. The organization created a plan that Revere officials, Revere CARES staff, community partners and volunteers have worked to fulfill. The Revere Beach Memorial was developed by family members who have lost loved ones due to drug and/or alcohol abuse. Coalition volunteers and those family members make up the Revere Beach Memorial’s planning committee. Money raised for the Revere Beach Memorial Fund will help cover the cost of the annual Revere Beach Memorial, will support local addiction-prevention programs and will provide scholarships to Revere High School students impacted by substance abuse. The first Revere Beach Memorial Scholarship was given to a 2012 RHS graduate, and each year a graduating senior will receive the scholarship, for the foreseeable future.

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MOVING FORWARD | from page 6 program to enough homes in my second year. I firmly believe that targeting the first step in relief to our community’s most vulnerable senior citizens is a smart, worthwhile, and responsible thing to do. I think voters will agree. Ultimately, this entire debate points back to a bigger picture, and a question Revere voters need to ask themselves: are we looking to move forward and embrace a Revere for the 21st century, or look backwards? In the last 20 months, we have made significant progress together as a community toward building a 21st-Century Revere. We’ve seen world-class investors purchase property in Revere and propose a hub of robotics, advanced manufacturing, and life sciences. We’ve seen three new hotels approved along the MBTA corridor, after not having a hotel built in Revere since the 1990s. We beat back the attempts of a fly-by-night, sleazy group trying to pull a fast one on Revere residents and get approval for a low-rent slot parlor – a group that fooled the former Mayor into calling them “topnotch, world-class developers,” despite being exposed in the

Boston Globe as frauds. We established a Human Resources department for the City, posting positions publicly and transparently, and improving our ability to attract a talented, qualified workforce. We are preparing to fully launch our 311 constituent services center and app next month, which will improve customer service and convenience for residents seeking to get a pothole filled, report a missed trash pickup, or request assistance from a city department. We also finally implemented online bill payment for Revere residents after years of delay, and will soon be implementing electronic permitting, which will make it easier for our residents and businesses to apply for licenses and permits from the comfort of their home. We invested $250,000 to carry out a significant sidewalk repair project in an effort to wipe out a multiple year backlog of old repair requests. We contracted with StreetScan to use cutting edge technology to develop a fair, transparent, longterm plan for future street repair based on need. We finally made long-overdue investments in our DPW,

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Greetings, neighbors, and welcome the Beach City BUZZ…We’ve got some New Howdy, neighbors, and welcome to the to Beach City BUZZ…I was reading this month’s Year’s resolutions in verse, of course: My life is so disorganized, but I’ve got a great edition of Yankee Magazine, which is my second favorite publication (my first is The Revere solution - total self improvement is my New Year’s resolution. I’ve taken a hard look at Advocate, of course), and happened to come across the question, “How long is a country myself, and don’t like what I see. So in the coming year, I’ll become a better me. I’ll do mile?” crafts, Answer: It depends where are and you ask. it’s pretty a given some and learn to on cook, my you soufflés will whom be divine. AndBut when I’m in much a restaurant, that it’s a lot longer than a regular mile, because you’ve got to meander along, stop and I’ll be a snob ‘bout wine. I’ll go to bed early, with a cup of warm milk, I’ll become an early smell I’ll thelearn rosestowhile avoiding the poison too, ivy, check out the scenery and take your darned riser. balance my checkbook and become an organizer. I’ll study a foreign sweet time maybe about getting to or where youSpanish. need to go.I’llHere pertinent questions language, French maybe payare off aallfew myother bills on time, and all my for which are no answers: How longtoo, is a and New then York I’ll minute? The most debts willthere vanish. I’ll definitive quit my smoking, drinking feel quite healthy. I’ll save some moneyto every week, thatlate willJohnny make me wealthy. when I’mminute driving creative response that was one and that the Carson gave:And “A New York in my length car, I won’t off thewhen bird. the I’ll traffic keep light my calm, and smile a lot, and forget letter is the of timeflip between turns green and the person behind4you words. I’ll keep my house in order, neat and sparkling clean. I’ll only buy things that starts to honk.” How far is “as the crow flies?” How many points in Brownie points? How are on sale - I’ll beChina? a Coupon Queen. body, promise, will get calculated in shape - as something other much tea is in What time doMy pigs fly? IWhy is something the “whole than round. I’ll eat cottage cheese and drink skim milk, and lose those twenty pounds. 9 yards”? Why not 8 yards? How cool is a cucumber? What did the doornail die from? I’ll gain some work How my heart, take an exercise class. Yoga, Zumba, lifting How easy is a muscles, piece of cake? fresh isand a daisy? Does a monkey really know who his weights, will help me lose my a$$. I’ll learn to play the piano, and music I will read. I’ll uncle is? How close do you have to be to get the cigar? Why are my thoughts only worth a practice daily for hours on end, until my fingers bleed. I’ll put other’s needs ahead of penny? How can you hear something straight from the horse’s mouth, if horses can’t talk? If mine, and maybe this coming year, I’ll feel fulfilled as I give of myself, and find time to you’re on the wouldn’t likely at fallhome off? How thick are thieves, andthem if theyalljoin Weight volunteer. I’llball, grow all my you veggies in the spring, and start from seed, Watchers, can they be thin as thieves? If you hear something through the grapevine, when I’ll learn to polka and ballroom dance, and buy lots of books to read. I’ll learn to like soy did grapes start having conversations? If something antea. arm and a leg,watch is it worth more milk and eat more sprouts, I’ll trade Dunkin’s forcosts herbal I’ll only shows on than a hand and no a foot? was the Now best thing white was invented? Can you Channel 2, and moreWhat reality TV. let mebefore just get all bread this straight - I’m resolving a get to hell other than a smarter handbasket? How you someone’s thunder, and better me.inI’llsomething be thinner, healthier, too, but I’lldo live in steal misery. On second thought, let’s forget this idea, really, I don’t giveand a damn. Myare only New Year’s resolution, where would you put because it? How dumb are bunnies how silly geese? If Mum’s the word, is to like meExactly for who I am…Let’s thetoBUZZ: The start of the a new year means what’s Dad? how many days ring did itintake build Rome? What’s temperature if that it’scold timeturkey? for theWhy Mayor’s State theinstead City Address, takes place you go does Annual it rain cats and of dogs of giraffeswhich and elephants? Canon Monday, January at humble 6:00 P.M. the can Joseph A. DelGrosso get fat if you eat too 13 much pie?inHow still waters run deep –Council if they’re Chambers still, they at City Hall. Mayor Rizzo invites all to attend. If you can’t be there, will aren’t running. Here’s the BUZZ. It’ll make you happy as a clam. And by thethe way,address when was also be on Revere TV on Channel 9…Why not kick off the New Year by pledging to the last time you saw a happy clam? … Speaking of clams, here’s our FoodSTUFF report: give blood? On January 16 from 2:00 - 7:00 p.m. head to the Beachmont VFW, 150 If you’re a regular BUZZer, you know that this summer, the MR. and I have been on a quest Bennington St. and donate some blood. You’ll be doing something good, and you’ll for the perfecta lobstah wepound just completed ourDonuts journey. coffee…Ran-dumb We’ve traveled north,thoughts: south, also receive voucherroll, forand a free of Dunkin’ eastalmost and west, and we’ve triedbelieve many, it’s from Maine to Gloucester and beyond. And the It’s 2014, and I can’t been a whole year since I didn’t become a better number one choice? Captain Carlo’s in Gloucester! It’s no-frills, overlooking fishing person; UPS is responsible for millions of Christmas gifts arriving late?theOK, here’s docks (watch the -daily in) and the lobstah rolls are fabulous. you’re staying of my take on that Howcatch ‘boutcome shifting a little of that responsibility overIf to the millions Beach City-side, though, head DeMaino’s.was Still the best in town … The 11th morons who didn’t realize thattoChristmas actually December 25th thisAnnual year, and Revere Beach Memorial takes place on Sunday, September 17, from 7:00-8:00 p.m. at the had 350+ days to get those packages sent? Hmmm?…So there we were, sitting bar at DeMaino’s on theBandstand. Friday afterAllChristmas with the usual suspects/regulars, the William G. Reinstein are invited to register a loved one’s name, bringall of us sick of Christmas leftovers and craving a “real” meal. The big screen TVs were a photo of your loved one and attend the Memorial. Donations made to remember a loved tuned to the football game “the Military Bowl”, which most of us had never heard of. one who has passed due to an overdose may be made, with proceeds supporting treatment At one point, my Honey voiced his opinion “The only difference between the Military programs, scholarships and future memorials. For more information, to preregister or to Bowl regular football game is that… inWandering a regular thoughts: football game, they run up and donate,and callaVivian Catano at 781-485-6440 I was always convinced down the field. In the Military Bowl, they go, left, right, left, right…” Funny. And you that it was the dryer that made my clothes shrink. Turns out it was the refrigerator. How think it’s easy?…Speaking of funny, I promised a certain guy - who can oft be seen in much better would life be if a liar’s pants really did catch on fire? There are six reasons warm weather tooling around town in a little Corvette, and who’s initials are Bob MacC fall is the season: weather, 2. Halloween, 3. Sweaters, -why thatthe I would put best this “joke” in 1. theCool BUZZ. Apparently, “everybody” thinks4.it’sPumpkin hysterically spice everything, 5. Beautiful colored leaves, 6. The bugs have returned to hell where funny. Except me. Raise your hand if this makes you laugh: A penguin walks into they a bar, belongto…the Toby Pearlstein of the Society“Have for Cultural and my Historic Preservation goes counter and says to Revere the bartender, you seen twin brother?” The (RSCHP) emailed a reminder that on Saturday, September 23 from 10:00 bartender says, “Iwith don’t know. What does he look like?”…OK, did we seea.m. anyuntil hands 4:00 p.m.Me there’s a Flea Market decorations) to be held Museum raised? neither…That’s it (holiday for the BUZZ, BUZZers. Havein athehappy andparking safe New Year, do whatever yourSunday, heart sing, and is $25.00 when you’re allowed lot on Beach Street.makes Rain Date: Sept. 24.remember: Purchase aYouth spot for and sell your to stay decorations up late on (bring New Year’s Eve. is when you’re forced to…This week’s holiday your own tableOld andage chairs). On September 28, it’s the Giggles SMILEMAKERS: Regina Daley, Lisa (Rt. Fortuna, Ryan Green, For Adam Comeau, Carolyn Comedy Fundraiser at Prince Pizzeria 1 South, Saugus). tickets call Alice (781) Chambers, Valerie Garrison, Jayden Brown, Allison Morris, Heather Murphy, Tom 640-8301 or Marie (781) 284-1639. Donation: $25.00 per person (includes unlimited Mason, free Marc Capizzi, Lisa Gendreau, Brendan Hayes, Doucette, Barbara Holden, cheese pizza and show.) Doors open at 6:30 p.m.,Dennis food is served at 7:00 and the show Otto Swanson, Christine Benoit, Emily Welch, Maria Morabito, and Roberta Levy…Heeere’s begins at 8:00. We can all use a good laugh, and it’s for a great cause. GO … That’s it for the CHUCKLE (from Ann Onymous): ’Twas the month after Christmas, and all through the BUZZ, BUZZers. Do whatever makes your heart sing, and remember: People who the house, Nothing would fit me, not even a blouse. The cookies I’d nibbled, the eggnog have no at lifethe willholiday always parties try to start in yours … This week’s Sophia I’d taste haddrama gone to my waist. When I gotSMILEMAKERS: on the scales there arose Leary, Tom Rossi, Chris Chang, Tany Ban, Nellie Mongiello, Kristine Jones, Cheryl Delaney, such a number! When I walked to the store (less a walk than a lumber). I’d remember Angela Johnson,meals Robert Ovidio Gloria Patty rared, Pierre,The the marvelous I’dDriscoll, prepared; TheRaffa, gravies andMattera, saucesTerry and Engel, beef nicely Ellen O’Brien, Blanca Bedoya, Walter Bennett, and a very happy belated birthday to Natalie wine and the rum balls, the bread and the cheese, And the way I’d never said, “No thank Mason … Here’s CHUCKLE – and some good old-fashioned Southern commonsense you, please.” As Ithe dressed myself in my husband’s old shirt And prepared once again to thinking: picked up his and call:““Hello, is this the FBI?” “Yes.disguised How do battleCletus with dirt--I said tophone myself, asmade only Iacan You can’t spend a winter as a we man! “ So— with the of about the sour dip,Billy GetBob rid of the fruit cake, may help you?”away “I’m calling to last report mycream neighbor Smith! I knows forevery a cracker last bit of food that I likepile.” must“Thank be banished, all the fact that and he ischips. hidingEvery marijuana inside his firewood you veryTil much for additional the call, ounces I won’t have cookie--not a lick. to chew onlyonon sir. We’llhave send vanished. someone out as soon asawe can.” The even next day, the I’ll FBIwant agents descend aBilly long celery stick. I won’t have hot biscuits, or corn bread, or pie, I’ll munch on a carrot Bob’s house. They search the shed where the firewood is kept. Using axes, they bust and quietly cry. I’m hungry, I’m lonesome, and life is a bore--But isn’t that what January open every piece of wood, but find no marijuana. Frustrated and angry, they swear at Billy is for? Unable to giggle, no longer a riot. Happy New Year to all and to all a good diet!” Bob and leave. The phone rings at Billy Bob’s house. “Hey Billy Bob! This is Cletus. Did the ….Got comments? News? Announcements? Suggestions? 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Beat Gloucester Friday, Sept. 8 Speaker of the House

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Ira Novoselsky Candidate for School Board Member

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Councillor-at-Large

Steve Morabito Candidate for City Council

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Revere promotes firefight

Fire Chief Christopher P. Bright

Shown, from left to right, are Fire Chief Christopher P. Bright, Lt. Michael Conley, Jr., Lt. Michael O’Hara, Lt. Sean Griffin, Lt. Kevin Doherty, Lt. Robert Mansfield, and Mayor Brian M. Arrigo.

Mayor Brian M. Arrigo

Stephania and Lt. Rober t Mansfield

Shown, from left to right, are Robert Ginsburg, Marlen Conley, Michael Conley Sr., Agnes Svendsen, Ollie Svendsen, Sutton Conley, Carl Svendsen, Lt. Michael Conley Jr., Cassandra Conley, Lauren Conley, Cathy Capillo, Cora Svendsen, Elizabeth Lake, Erika Svendsen, and Susan Conley.

Lt. Sean Griffin is pinned by Gregory Menard.

Lt. Michael O’Hara is pinned by his wife, Gina, while their son Michael looks on.

Lt. Kevin Doherty is pinned by his wife, Halley.

Lt. Michael Conley, Jr. is pinned by his wife, Casandra, holding their son, Sutton.


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ers at City Hall ceremony

Shown, from left to right, are Councillor Patrick M. Keefe Jr, Councillor Ira Novoselsky, Fire Chief Christopher P. Bright, Lt. Michael Conley Jr., Lt. Michael O’Hara, Lt. Sean Griffin, Mayor Brian M. Arrigo, Lt. Kevin Doherty, Lt. Robert Mansfield, Councillor Joanne McKenna.

City Clerk Ashley Melnik swears-in five Revere Firefighter to the rank of Lieutenant.

Shown, from left to right, are Alex Maghsoudi, Lexi Forristall, Mary Forristall, Georgia Menard, Dorothy Forristall, Lt. Sean Griffin, Judy Moses, Joseph Menard, Donna Menard, and Casey Curtin.

Tony Colarusso, Stephania and Lt. Robert Mansfield, and Alessandro Colarusso.

Shown, from left to right, are Retired Chief Gene Doherty, Michelle Doherty, Halley Doherty, Lt. Kevin Doherty, Joanne Leavitt, and Lt. Brian Doherty.

Lieutenant Michael O’Hara is shown with members of his family, Gianna, Gina, Michael, Angelina, Shown, from left to right, are Lt. Michael, Ed, and Lt. Kevin O’Hara. Lt. Kevin, Jennifer, Edward, Amy, Kori, Vicky, Suzanne, Lianne, and Isabelle O’Hara. (Advocate photos by Ross Scabin)


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RHS Patriots Football Golf Tournament At Hill View Gold Club in North Reading Sept. 1

Robert Impemba, Marc Silvestri, Senator Joe Boncore and Mike Vallaro

Mayor Brian Arrigo, Charlie Giuffreida and Mike Hinajosa.

Eric Anderson on the putting green.

Coach Joe Ciccarello supporting the cause and having a great time.

Mayor Brian Arrigo (center) is shown with the Head Coach of RHS Golf Brendon Pezzuto (left) and Asst. Coach Paul DiPlatzi.

Kevin Chiles heads to the clubhouse.

Former RHS football alumnus, Revere Mayor and Chelsea City Manager Tom Ambrosino.

Councillor Patrick Keefe gets in a few practice putts


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RHS Golf Team Parents Club was on hand to help with the raffles, Crystal Quinton, Kathleen O’Donnell, Gina Raffa and Lauren Umanski.

John Papasodora, and Chris Anderson.

Angelica Ferri and Alex Cerbone with more great prizes at the RHS Golf tournament.

Robert Impemba, Jay Griffin, Joseph Duca and Jarrod Trovato.

Celeste and Joe Scoppettuolo, Andrew Carbone and Paul Ciampoli.

Heading to the practice tee’s, Mark Maloney and John Cimmaruta.

Hosts from the RHS Golf Team, Dante Raffa, Kenny Umanski and Alex Madarese. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)


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Beacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE: There were no roll calls in the House or Senate last week. SENATORS’ VOTES WITH THEIR PARTY LEADERSHIP - This week, Beacon Hill Roll Call reports the percentage of times local senators voted with their party’s leadership in 2017 through Sept. 1. The votes of the 2017 membership of 5 Republicans were compared with those of GOP Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr (RGloucester). The votes of the 2017 membership of 32 Democrats were compared to House Majority Leader Harriette Chandler (D-Worcester), second in command in the Senate. We could not compare the Democrats’ votes to those of Senate President Stan Rosenberg (D-Amherst) because by tradition, the Senate president rarely vote. Beacon Hill Roll Call uses 73 votes from the 2017 Senate session as the basis for this report. This includes all

roll calls that were not on local issues. None of the 32 Democratic senators voted with Chandler 100 percent of the time. Twelve came very close and voted with Chandler all but one time. The Democratic senator who voted the lowest percentage of times with Chandler was Sen. Walter Timilty (D-Milton) who voted with Chandler only 90.4 percent of the time. None of the five GOP senators voted with Tarr 100 percent of the time. The Republican senator who voted the lowest percentage of times with Tarr was Sen. Richard Ross (RWrentham) who voted with Tarr only 94.5 percent of the time. S E N ATO R S’ P E RC E N TAGE OF VOTES SUPPORTING THEIR PARTY’S LEADER IN 2017 The percentage next to the senator’s name represents the percentage of times the senator support-

ed his or her party’s leader. The number in parentheses represents the number of times the senator opposed his or her party’s leader. Some senators voted on all 73 roll call votes. Others missed one or more of the 73 votes. The percentage for each senator is calculated based on the number of roll calls on which he or she voted and does not count the roll calls for which he or she was absent. Sen. Joseph Boncore 98.6 percent (1) HOW LONG WAS LAST W E E K ’S S E S S I O N ? B e a con Hill Roll Call tracks the length of time that the House and Senate were in session each week. Many legislators say that legislative sessions are only one aspect of the Legislature’s job and that a lot of important work is done outside of the House and Senate chambers. They note that their jobs also involve committee work, research, constituent work and other matters that are important to their districts. Critics say that the Legislature does not meet regularly or long enough to debate and vote in public view on the thousands of pieces of legislation that have been filed. They note that the infrequency and brief length of sessions are misguided and lead to irresponsible late-night ses-

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Dear Savvy Senior, My wife and I are both in our late sixties and are looking to buy a new car. Can you recommend some good resources that can help us evaluate and choose a good car for older drivers? Car Shoppers Dear Shoppers, With more than 40 million licensed drivers in the United States age 65 and older, many automakers today are designing certain vehicles that are friendlier for older drivers. But what makes a good car for seniors? For many, top priorities include a vehicle that’s easy to get into and out of, easy to adjust for fit and comfort, easy to operate and see out of, as well as reliable, safe and a good value. To help you narrow your vehicle choices, Consumer Reports and the American Automobile Association (AAA) offer some great information and tools to assist you. CR Best Cars Consumer Reports recently put out a top 25 ranking of new cars for senior drivers. Each vehicle on their list offers excellent or very good ratings on reliability, safety, road-test performance and owner satisfaction. And, they offer a variety of senior-friendly features that are extremely important to older divers, like: Easy front-seat access: Vehicles with low door thresholds, wider door openings, and step-in heights that reduce the need for ducking or climbing, make getting into and out of a car easier for those with physical limitations. Good visibility: Being able to see well out of the front, sides, and back of a vehicle for tall, medium, and shorter drivers. Simplified controls: Easy-to-read gauges and simplified/ intuitive controls for changing the radio, shifting gears, and adjusting the heating and cooling is a high priority among older drivers. Bright headlights: Powerful headlights can make driving at night easier for people with decreasing or compromised vision. They also weighed in extra safety features (standard or optional) like a backup camera, automatic emergency braking, forward-collision warning and blind-spot warning. Their picks include a variety of compact and midsized sedans and SUVs, two minivans and a station wagon from seven different automakers. Here’s their top 25 ranking, starting with one through 25: Subaru Forester; Subaru Outback; Kia Soul; Subaru Legacy; Kia Sportage; Toyota Highlander; Toyota Prius V; Toyota RAV4; Honda Odyssey; Nissan Rogue; Honda Accord; Ford C-Max Hybrid; Hyundai Sonata; Toyota Camry; Subaru Crosstrek; Toyota Sienna; Honda CR-V; Honda Pilot; Kia Forte; Ford Escape; Toyota Corolla; Kia Sorento; Ford Flex; Hyundai Santa Fe; Hyundai Tucson. For more information on their top 25 list, see ConsumerReports.org/elderly-driving/top-25-new-cars-for-senior-drivers. AAA Tool Another great resource that can help you evaluate and chose a vehicle that meets your needs is the AAA online tool “Smart Features for Older Drivers.” At SeniorDriving.AAA.com/SmartFeatures you can check the areas you have problems with – like diminished vision, cognitive decline, limited upper body range of motion, decreased leg strength, arthritic hands, short stature or overweight – and the tool will identify vehicles that have the features that will best accommodate your needs. Although this tool looks at model-year 2016 vehicles, in many cases the features shown are carried over for 2017 models. They also have a Smart Features brochure you can download that will tell you what to look for in a vehicle to best accommodate your needs. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of “The Savvy Senior” book.


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sions and a mad rush to act on dozens of bills in the days immediately preceding the end of an annual session.

In the fifties who starred in “On the Waterfront” and won a Best Actor Oscar? 2. From what language are the words caravan and jasmine derived? 3. An animal’s name is part of what condiment? 4. On Sept. 8, 1966, what TV series debuted? 5. What does a numismatist collect? 6. What sport is featured in the movies “The Endless Summer” and “Point Break”? 7. On Sept. 9, 1776, the Continental Congress changed “United Colonies” to what? 8. In 1973 the then world’s tallest building, the Sears Tower, opened in what city? 9. On Sept. 10, 1742, what building was given to Boston by “the topmost merchant in all the town”? 10. What sportsman said, “If they can make penicillin out of moldy bread, they can sure make

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something out of you”? (Hint: initials MA.) “The Birds” by Alfred Hitchcock was partly filmed in what California city? What American river was known as Big Muddy? Does an ostrich bury its head in the sand? When was beer first sold in cans: 1935, 1943 or 1950? On Sept. 11, 1857, who became superintendent of N.Y.C.’s Central Park? On what TV show did Herman say “He who lies down with dogs gets up with fleas”? What fruit was developed in a Massachusetts town? What U.S. president said, “The Bible is pretty good about keeping your ego in check”? On Sept. 13, 1845, in New York, the Knickerbocker Baseball Club was founded, making what baseball first? What does the Latin word septem mean?

Answers on page 18 MOVING FORWARD | from page 9 starting the process of both moving the DPW into a temporary facility and studying the appropriate long-term solution for the city yard. We also invested $1.5 million in new equipment for the DPW after years of neglect. We’ve become one of the only cities in the Commonwealth with an office dedicated to the fight against opioids and drug addiction, and put staff on the front lines to combat this scourge that is destroying the lives of a generation of Revere residents. While we’ve made all of this progress as a community, we’ve unfortunately also seen relentless backlash from those

looking to build themselves up by tearing others down – those desperate to cling to “business as usual” and the old-school Revere politics that voters soundly rejected in 2015. These individuals have resorted to a strategy of throwing as much nonsense at the wall as possible to try to see what sticks. This is to be expected. Change can be difficult, and it takes time. But when Revere voters go to the polls this fall, they should continue to support a positive vision for the future of our community – not efforts to go back in time 30 years, and throw the brakes on our successful efforts to build a 21st century city.

FOOTBALL | from page 1 atelli said. ‘‘They’re all strong, hungry kids.’’ Cicatelli has been able to turn his team into a defensive stalwart in recent years. In 2015, they were the stingiest team in the Northeast Conference, routinely keeping opponents under two touchdowns. That changed a little bit last year due to college matriculation, but even so, defense remains a point of pride for the Patriots. Revere finished last season 6-4. Five of their six wins were, at most, by seven-

point margins. And that means that the defense is capable of coming up with key plays when it matters most. Offensively, the Patriots will be led by Badr Haou, who led the team in touchdowns last season. Haou is a jack of all trades in offense, able to play as a receiver, tight end or wingback. Juniors Frank Sims, David Mathias, Edeh Ballo, and Ryan Mangino had key roles last season and will be leaders on the

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The Nutritionist Corner

Kidney Health

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Healthy lifestyle choices for a healthy body!

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he kidneys are bean shaped organs that sit just above the waist on each side of the spinal column. We are usually unaware of them as they laboriously filter the blood and remove excess fluid and waste for elimination in the urine. The kidneys have a crucial role in maintaining the body’s fluids in check.Their other key functions include: • Secretion of the enzyme renin, which helps regulate blood pressure • Production of the hormone erythropoietin which stimulated red blood cell production • Conversion of vitamin D to its active form, thereby helping to maintain bone tissue As can be expected, any condition affecting kidney health can severely disrupt your health. Take Care Conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes or a family history of kidney disease can put one in three Americans at an increased risk

of developing kidney disease. But even if you don’t fit in any of those risk categories, it’s important to take care of these critically important organs. The Cleveland Clinic, an academic medical center, recommends the following steps. 1. Hydrate, but don’t over do it. As usual more is not necessarily better. More than the typical four to six glasses a day won’thelp your kidneys work any better 2. Eat healthy foods . Most kidney problems arise out of other medical conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes.Keeping with an eating pattern that controls weight and minimizes the risk for blood pressure and diabetes will help keep kidneys in good condition. 3. Exercise regularly. Like healthy eating habits, regular physical activity can stave off weight gain and high blood pressure. 4. Use caution with supplements and herbal remedies. Excessive amount of certain vitamin supplements and some herbal extracts may be harmful to your

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field. That leadership will be particularly important given who the Patriots graduated – Oscar Lopez, Victor Rivera and Ed Sullivan. Sullivan, last year’s quarterback, is being replaced by sophomore Jonathan Murphy, who is mostly untested but has performed well in preseason. Murphy is an all-star sprinter and played quarterback for Revere’s junior varsity team last season. Again, experience doesn’t come at a premium, but Cicatelli’s record shows he is more than capable of getting players up to speed.

City of Revere Announces Water Flushing As part of our effort to improve and maintain the water quality for the Citizens of Revere, we will be commencing a hydrant-flushing program. It is anticipated that the flushing will begin on September 11, 2017, and will take place on Monday through Thursday, September 14, 2017. Flushing of the system will take approximately eight to twelve weeks. To reduce inconvenience as much as possible, actual flushing will take place between 8:00 p.m. and 2:00 a.m. Please be aware that the flushing may cause some temporary discoloration of the water, which can last for several hours. If this occurs, let the water run for a period of time until the water clears. Although the discoloration has no health significance, it may cause stains on laundry. If the flow of water appears to be reduced after the flushing, the aerators on the end of faucets and showerheads may require cleaning. The aerators can be removed and rinsed to restore the flow of water. If the water continues to be discolored after running your faucets, please contact the Revere Department of Public Works at (781) 286-8149. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.

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SAUGUS 2 yr old CE Col offers 9 rms, 4 bdrms, 2 ½ baths, gourmet granite kit w/island, office, fireplace 23’ famrm, master w/private bath & walk in, 1st flr laundry, cen air, alarm, sprinkler system, 2 car garage.....$709,900.

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NORTH END BOSTON Battery Wharf Penthouse condo offers one bedroom, gourmet kit w/granite & stainless, great open floor plan, king-size bedrooms w/custom bathrm, whirlpool & sep shower, central air, two car garage parking, great amenities, PERFFECT!.............................................................$1,100,000.

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SAUGUS Parkway Farms Split Entry Ranch offers 8 rms, 3 bdrms, 3 baths, 2 fireplaces, beautiful, updated kit open to 1st flr famrm, master w/bath, great rm in LL, hdwd, cen air, alarm, 2 c gar, sprinkler system, cul-de-sac MINT!!...........$599,900.

SAUGUS Unique mini estate 7 rm, 4 bedrm Col, 8 car gar, a carriage house, granite kit w/new CT flr, diningrm, livingrm w/columns & built-ins, 2 baths, wrap around, covered farmer’s porch, lg lot, hardwood, 2 story gar, carriage house offers heat & electricity, newer roofs, 3 yr old above ground Gibraltar pool completes this one of a kind property........$599,900.

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SAUGUS ~ Come see this 9 room, 6 bed cape. Private location., 3 bathrooms, hardwood flooring, new kitchen with granite, new roof, siding, windows, …………………….$520,000

Coming soon!

Melrose single family 2400 square feet, 6 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. hardwood throughout. garage under, paver driveway and patio. $725k

SAUGUS ~ Rehabbed colonial. 3 beds, 2 new baths. New kitchen, granite counters, double wall ovens, new plumbing, new gas heat, new AC system, 1st floor laundry …………………………….……$459,900

MELROSE: 2 Family, 2900 square feet, 1 car garage, shed. Owners unit has 3 bedrooms and 2 levels, great investment opportunity., deck, central AC, Call today!……………………………$599,900

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SAUGUS ~ Rehabbed split entry. New kitchen with SS appliances, quartz counters, marble backsplash, new windows, finished lower level, great location, pool, cabana…………………………………$639,900

PEABODY~ Colonial, 4 Bedroom, 2 bathroom Maintenance free siding, Fireplace living room, 3 season porch, new gas heat. Hardwood flooring, Eat in kitchen………………………………$339,900

LYNN ~ New Listing! 2 bedroom condo built in 2006, gas heat, central AC, gas fireplace, pets allowed, conveniently located .……….$215,000

SAUGUS ~ New construction 4 bed, 2.5 baths, granite kitchen, SS appliances, great location!!, hardwood, central AC, gas fireplace………$685,000

SAUGUS………………Call Rhonda Combe at 781-706-0842 for details!!

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