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Gov. stumps Beach City polls By Tara Vocino oll workers said they’ve never seen anything like it while reading over the results at City Hall late Tuesday night. “We had double lines out the door and around the building,� Ward 1, Precinct 3 Warden of 7 years Clara Lander said. “It was unbelievable how many new voters who weren’t on the list came in.� Poll worker of five years Barbara Saul, who was also serving the Recreation Center area, estimated that she and her team registered a quarter of new voters, up from 715 to 1,350 people. “We’re happy to serve them, but it was hectic,� Saul said. “We encourage residents not to wait until Election Day to register to vote – you can do it online, at the Registry of Motor Vehicles inside the Election Office or through the census.� Arriving at 6:30 a.m., they said all poll locations had a constant influx of voters

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Councillor-at-Large Tony Zambuto shakes Gov. Charlie Baker’s hand during his visit to the polls at St. Mary of the Assumption Church while Mayor Brian Arrigo looks on Tuesday morning. (Advocate photo by Tara Vocino)

By Tara Vocino uesday’s Election Day was said to have a bigger turnout than the most recent presidential election, and people came out to the polls early to wish Incumbent Gov. Charlie Baker and District Attorney candidate Rachael Rollins well – who both won – in Mayor Brian Arrigo’s Ward 6, at St. Mary of the Assumption Parish. “We’re a great state with great people,� said Gov. Baker. “I feel that we’re heading in the right direction and building upon our success.� Baker said he grew up on the north shore and raised his family locally (Swampscott), adding that he has visited more than 200 cities and towns while his partner, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito, has been to all 351 cities and towns. He went on to say he commends the bipartisan collaboration that he and Polito have accomplished over the past four years, adding that they feel good about the direction that the Commonwealth is going in.

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Fawn Balliro Andersen celebrated her 40th birthday on Tuesday by taking a photograph with Baker. Ward 4 City Councillor Pat Keefe called Baker one of the best governors the Commonwealth has seen in a long time. Resident Bob Cronin joked that he wished Baker was his mechanic. “He looks at problems and tries to fix them, like a mechanic does,� Cronin said. “He’s a great governor, and he is sociable and personable.� Milford resident Allen Green called Baker “a man of the people,� adding that he feels that

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Baker puts people and their concerns first. Councillor-at-Large Tony Zambuto, the only Republican on the Revere city council, brought 25 campaign signs from his house. “He’s the most popular bipartisan governor since 2010,� Zambuto said. Veterans Office Director Marc Silvestri, who identifies himself as a registered Democrat, said he’s proudly voting for Baker since he’s always supported veterans’ services. He went on to say Baker and Senator Joe

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evere resident Albert Nicholls participated in the Commonwealth Classic Ballroom Dance Competition held from November 2-4 at the Burlington Marriott in Burlington, Mass. With his instructor, Mrs. Saori DeSouza of The Danceport Academy of New England, as his partner, Albert entered 15 dance heats in the begin-

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ELECTION | from page 6 And finally, Question 5 asked if the state representative from this district should be instructed to vote in favor of legislation that would repeal the $45,000 increase in annual compensation for the Speaker of the House of Representatives enacted in House No. 58 by the 190th General Court; prohibit elected officials and their senior staff from engaging in any lobbying activity for five years once they leave office; and enact a rule that no member shall hold, for more than eight consecutive years, the office of the Speaker of the House of Representatives. Fifty-seven percent of voters supported Question 5 with 27 percent voting against. There were 16 percent blank votes. Incumbents Gov. Charlie Baker and State Senator Joe Boncore (D-Winthrop) were elected, and Rachael Rollins became the first African American woman and the first black woman to be elected District Attorney in Massachusetts and the first female District Attorney of Suffolk County. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am humbled by the trust the voters have placed in me to serve as Suffolk Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s next District Attorney,â&#x20AC;? Rollins said late Tuesday. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am beyond grateful for the hard

work of our volunteers and the support of our community over the last nine months since we launched this campaign. Voters sent a very clear signal today that our criminal justice system is not working for too many people, and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s time for a change.â&#x20AC;? Rollins said that they will start by creating an office that adequately reflects the communities it serves and that is engaged with every neighborhood within the county. Then, together theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll make the criminal justice system better by working to strengthen relationships between communities and law enforcement. As Suffolk County District Attorney, she will seek to keep communities safe and ensure justice for victims. Rollins is committed to improving the criminal justice system through best practices and data-driven programs that prioritize equity and justice. That includes focusing on treatment, not prosecution, for those swept up in the justice system for minor crimes. This will also allow prosecutors to focus more resources on the serious crimes that truly undermine public safety, like domestic violence, sexual assault, gun violence and homicides.

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Pictured, from left to right, Domenic Bocchino, Daveen Arrigo, Mayor Brian Arrigo, Councillor-at-Large Tony Zambuto, Bob Cronin and Allen Green campaigned for Gov. Charlie Baker early Tuesday morning in front of St. Mary’s Church.

Boncore , who arrived after Baker left, instead of fighting with each other, work across the aisle to get things accomplished, which he said is how politics should be. Boncore, who was voting for Jay Gonzalez, Baker’s Democratic opponent, said it’s important that everyone comes out to vote since it’s the most important mid-term election in which turnout is estimated to be larger than the 2016 presidential election. He came to support Rachael Rollins, Suffolk County’s new District Attorney. Rollins be-

came the first black female to be elected District Attorney in Massachusetts. Rollins has worked as a lawyer, prosecutor and defense attorney. “The legislature has voted to make criminal justice a law,” Boncore said. “Now it’s time to implement those beliefs.” Resident Ricky Anderson said he supports Rollins. “I didn’t like how things were before, so I’m looking forward to a new movement,” Anderson said. Rollins said she was proud to make it out of the Sept. 4 primary alive, as she called the race “crowded.”“I promise

State Senator Joe Boncore (D-Winthrop) showed his support for District Attorney candidate Rachael Rollins on Tuesday.

to get the mentally ill services instead of sentences,” Rollins said Tuesday morning. Rollins added that she’d enact penalties for violent, serious offenses, such as homicides, sexual assaults, and domestic violence. Although she doesn’t live in Revere, she said she walks the beach. Father John Sheridan was having a bake sale adjacent to the polling location – he joked – to vote for deliciousness and reward one’s sweet tooth at the same time. Standing outside the polling station, Larry Lacroix said that he’s still unde cided on the ballot ques-

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From left to right: Ward 4 Councillor Pat Keefe, State Senator Joe Boncore (D-Winthrop), Mayor Brian Arrigo and Councillorat-Large Tony Zambuto were at the polls early on Tuesday.

tions, especially relating to the nurses and transgender questions. Parish Secretary Lee Meoli, who was speaking as a private citizen and who identifies as an independent voter, said she voted No on the first three ballot questions. Resident Sylvia Barisano thought Questions 1 and 3 were hot topics. In the parish parking lot, resident Tamira Berry said not all of the candidates promoted

themselves well, so she hadn’t heard of some of the names. She voted Yes to Question 3, since she believes in equality for all, and No to Question 1, as her sister recently became a nurse. Resident Eduarda Berry said she voted for U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, who won, along with Baker and mostly Democrats. She added she voted No on Question 1. Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com.

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Fire Chief Christopher Bright, Tyler Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Angelo, William MacMillan, Jeffery Ortega, Paul Buonfiglio and Mayor Brian Arrigo

Outside of City Hall, Revere resident Joe Heard, who works in the field as a police/ fire dispatcher, called it â&#x20AC;&#x153;a true honor to be part of an organization that is steeped into tradition and service.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;While this could be lifethreatening, it will be more hands-on,â&#x20AC;? Heard said after the swearing-in. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It will be good to see the faces in need of service, and it will provide a good sense of gratification.â&#x20AC;? An Army veteran, he served in North Carolina and in the Republic of South Korea from 1996 to 2000; he joined the Apple store staff thereafter. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been a dispatcher for six months. Heard said that heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s honored to form a relationship with Revere residents. His son, Nolan, said heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s proud of his father and wants to get onto the firefighters list as well. His wife, Rebecca Anzuoni, said she couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be prouder of him and wishes all of the firefighters who are vying for a spot the best. Revere resident George Levasseur, who served in the navy as a hospital corpsman from 2009 to 2015 in North Carolina, currently works for the veteransâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; hospital in West

Roxbury as a program assistant for radiology. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I always liked the idea of becoming a firefighter, saving lives and being helpful,â&#x20AC;? Levasseur said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m really excited that today has come, and to finally be on.â&#x20AC;? Revere Police Sgt. Mike Mullen will join his brother, Steve, who is a firefighter, on the roster. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It will be nice working alongside him,â&#x20AC;? Steve Mullen said, who added his brother has always had a soft spot for fire science versus criminal justice. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It will strengthen our bond. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m proud of him, and I wish him the best.â&#x20AC;? Revere resident Johnny Villada, who is a Registry of Motor Vehicles manager in Boston, said itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s an exciting day that took much sacrifice and hard work. Revere resident Jeffrey Ortega, who is an army instructor at Camp Curtis Guild in Reading, called it â&#x20AC;&#x153;humbling and rewarding to help out the community that he lives in,â&#x20AC;? adding that it is an accomplishment as well. Revere resident Philip Bulla called Monday an extraordinary feeling after a threeyear wait. Bulla, who works as a security supervisor at Massa-

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chusetts Institute of Technology, served in the US Marines in Japan from 2012 to 2016. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was the first thing I did when I got home,â&#x20AC;? Bulla said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I fought for the position, and placed first due to residency.â&#x20AC;? His father, Alex, said itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a dream come true for him, and that heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s waiting his turn patiently. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hopefully, it wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be too long,â&#x20AC;? Alex Bulla said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m happy that the time has come.â&#x20AC;? Joseph Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Ambrosio, Paul Buonfiglio, William MacMillan, Tyler Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Angelo, Jacqueline Snyder, and Matthew Parlante were also sworn in, according to Nicholas Romano, Aide to Mayor Brian Arrigo. Four

Fire Chief Christopher P. Bright, Michael Mullen, Philip Bulla, George Levasseur, Joseph Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Ambrosio and Mayor Brian Arrigo. (Advocate photos by Ross Scabin)

reserve firefighters couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be there due to serving overseas, and one was on his honeymoon, according to Viarella.

However, a ceremony is in the works, Viarella added. Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com.


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Speaker of the House Bob DeLeo campaigns on Broadway

Nothing better while on the campaign trail than freshly made meatballs, Michelle Dion dropped by The corner of Broadway and Revere Street was filled with friends and supporters of the Speaker of the with some of ‘Sammy’s” famous meatballs for Speaker House of Representatives, Bob DeLeo last Sunday morning. DeLeo was out in force showing the voters DeLeo, from the kitchen of the Sons of Italy on Malden of Revere he was still working for their vote of confidence. Street.

Speaker Bob DeLeo (5th from left) is shown with local officials, Councillors Joanne McKenna and Steve Revere’s State Representatives working together Morabito, Sofia Forgione, Ward 2 Councillor Arthur Guinasso, Councillor Tony Zambuto, former State Rep. for the betterment of our community, State Rep. Kathi-Anne Reinstein, and Mickey Casoli. RoseLee Vincent and Speaker Bob DeLeo.

New friends always welcome, Speaker DeLeo met Saul Ortez and Tony Portillo on Broadway last Sunday morning. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

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Diwali celebrated for the first time in Revere By Tara Vocino riday night was a two-fold celebration at the Beachmont VFW – to celebrate Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, and to kick off Dimple Rana’s campaign for Councillor-atLarge next November with a fundraiser that raised over $5,000. “If elected, I would be not only the first Indian-American, but the first woman of color to serve on the City Council,” Rana said before the fourhour event started. “Diwali celebrates good over evil.” This One Revere event featured cultural dances from South Asia, professional henna artists and a Halal Indian food buffet, according to Lata Rana, Dimple’s mother. Diwali is known as the Festival of Lights because of the oil lamps and electric lights that people use to decorate homes, businesses and public spaces. As a celebration of the victory of good over evil, and light over darkness, light is an important physical and spiritual symbol of the holiday. For many Indians, Diwali honors Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth, according to Lata Rana. They light their homes and open their doors and windows to welcome her. In addition to Hindus, Jains, Buddhists and Sikhs celebrate Diwali in such countries as Nepal, Bangladesh, Malaysia and Singapore. Legends and customs accompanying Diwali celebrations vary among religions and regions. Revere residents Lori Dove and her friend Marguerita Fleury were having a cocktail when they shared a bit about why they came. “How wonderful would it be to have a new face?” Dove asked. “It’s important that political leaders reflect our city. When I met Dimple at a campaign event her first time around, I liked her very much. She had good ideas, especially pertaining to social and phys-

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School Committee member Gerry Visconti, State Senator Joe Boncore (D-Winthrop), Councillorat-Large Steve Morabito, and Mayor Brian Arrigo were among elected officials in attendance at Friday’s first Diwali celebration in Revere. Also pictured, 2019 candidate for Councillor-AtLarge Dimple Rana; her cousin, Rutvik Rana holding nephew, Ahil Patel, aunt, Ranjan Rana, cousin, Jigar Rana, uncle, Arvind Rana, aunt, Priti Rana, mother, Lata Rana, father, Jagdish Rana, (front row) sister, Monica Patel, Jai Dorlean, sister, Trishna Rana, and nephew, Tahj Dorlean.

Dimple’s nephews and nieces pray to the god, Ganesh.

ical needs.” Dove went on to say that mixed communities should reflect that rich mixture. Fleury said Rana would be “authentic female leadership,” adding she’s a strong advocate that they need good women along with City Council President Jessica Giannino for a new and fresh perspective in Revere’s political atmosphere. “She comes across as bright, honest and ethical,” Fleury said. “I think that she’d work collaboratively and produc-

Councillor-at-Large candidate Dimple Rana prays to the god of wisdom, new beginnings, and success, Ganesh.

Lori Dove and her friend Marguerita Fleury were having a cocktail when they shared a bit about why they came to Diwali at the Beachmont VFW on Friday night.

Shown, from left to right, are Rana’s sister, Monica Patel, candidate Dimple Rana, State Senator Joe Boncore (D-Winthrop), mother, Lata Rana, father, Jagdish Rana, nephew, Ahil, sister, Trishna Dorlean, niece, Jai, and nephew, Tahj, at Friday’s Diwali celebration at the Beachmont VFW.

tively to make things work for our beloved city.” State Senator Joe Boncore (D-Winthrop) called the night “a wonderful event that celebrates cultural diversity,” which he said is Revere’s greatest strength. “As far as Dimple, she’d be a tremendous asset to the City Council,” Boncore said. “She sees things through a different lens, which is important.” Boncore’s legislative director, Juan Jaramillo, who, like Rana, is a product of two immigrants, said that when he and Dimple met in 2013, it was the best and most meaningful interaction of his life. “A lot of people in Revere have good ideas, but not good direction,” Jaramillo said, “so I became the first person of color to run for elected office. It was the beginning of a new dream that I had for a long time.” Jaramillo called Rana "a hard-working hustler” who brings good food to the table in her position at City Hall. “She is too humble to say she takes the weight on her shoulders, but the work that she does is all about community,” Jaramillo said. Jaramillo said Rana would be “refreshing leadership” that would stay away from Facebook brawls, adding that her heart, passion and hard work stands out the most. Also at the podium, Rana said that she loves to bring music, art and food together, whether it is at a farmer’s market, food truck festival or highlighting local business, which brings jobs to the community. “Food can bring people together,” Rana said. “I want to grow the food economy, and not just have Revere be known as the first public beach.” Rana said besides food, she is passionate about educating youth to be active in their community, including to vote. At this One Revere event, she encouraged guests to take care of one another and to combat growing hate, and said that LGBTQ and immigrants belong in the United States, protected by Civil Rights. She asked guests to vote in favor of protecting transgender rights on Question 3 on the Nov. 6 ballot. Rana showed a special screening of “Campaign for a New American,” surprising her mother, Lata, who is featured in the film by Revere resident Qin Li. The film is about how Rana placed seventh of 12 candidates in the City Council race in 2017. “You did your best,” Lata Rana told Dimple as she embraced her. “I teach my kids to be independent.”


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Candidate Dimple Rana’s mother, Lata, was surprised when her daughter dedicated a documentary in her honor on Friday.

Aide to Speaker DeLeo, Juan Jaramillo was inspired to run for office after meeting Dimple Rana.

Candidate Dimple Rana explains what Diwali is and about her campaign promises, if elected.

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Director of Community Supported Film Michael Sheridan introduces the “New Immigrant and Refugee Visions in Film” at the Beachmont VFW on Friday.

Best friend Sorath Suong raised more than $5,000 by a hand vote during Friday’s Campaign Fundraiser at the Beachmont VFW.

“New Immigrant and Refugee Visions In Film” was shown to surprise Lata Rana on Friday at Beachmont VFW.

Rana said she heard that residents don’t want immigrants here, but one can’t tell from looking at elected officials that Revere is a diverse community. “We did okay,” Rana said. “We didn’t place in the Top 5. But it’s not over yet – it’s just the beginning. We have to fight hate nationally.” Rana’s best friend of 25 years, Sorath Suong, helped Rana to garner the $5,000, excluding the entrance fee, by having guests raise their hands to do-

School Committee Vice Chairman Carol Tye and Revere High School graduates pose for a photo at the Beachmont VFW on Friday. Back left, brother-in-law Lucien Dorlean; cousin Rutvik Rana; Dimple Rana; brother Rahul Rana; Vanny Huot; School Committee Vice Chairman Carol Tye; Vanak Huot; behind her Juan Jaramillo; sister Monica Patel; cousin Minal Rana. Front left, nephew Ahil Patel with brotherin-law Jignesh Patel; nephew Tahj Dorlean; sister Trishna Rana with niece Jai Dorlean,; and best friend Sarath Suong.

Professional Henna artists were on hand to decorate hands with temporary body art.

nate a specified amount of money. Vanak Huot, who worked with Rana on building the Paws and Play dog park, donated more than $1,250, because she believes in Rana. “We grew up together and walked the same path,” Huot said. “She has improved quality of life, supported small businesses with food trucks and made Revere a better place to live.” Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com

Dandia Raas, an Indian classical and tribal dance, is also known as the stick dance.


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RHS Patriots Golf Team Senior Night ~At The Marina @ The Wharf Restaurant~

Senior Jillian Eaves with her parents, Jane Senior Matthew Cravotta with his mom, Tina and Patty Page Puopolo and William Eaves. Battista.

President of RHS Golf Parents Club, Gina Raffa presents the seniors with a gift from the parents club at The Marina @ The Wharf Restaurant.

Top raffle ticket sales, 3d place Ryan Powers, 1St Place Jillian Eaves and 2nd Place Dante Raffa.

Coaches Pezzuto and DiPlatzi with the 2018 Patriots Golf Team

Senior Patriots Jillian Eaves and Matt Cravotta with their cake.

The Coaches Award was presented to Jillian Eaves by, Asst. Coach Paul DiPlatzi and Head Coach Brendon Pezzuto.

Coaches Brendon Pezzuto and Paul DiPlatzi with RHS Patriots Captains, Matthew Cravotta and Dante Raffa. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)


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Devna Langat with Coach Leanne Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Hara.

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Katrina Mojica with her parents, Iris and Edwin, Grandma Elba, with Isiah and Penelope.

Gabriella Rotondo with her parents, George and Carolina, grandmother William Rodriquez with his mom, Janelle, sister, Samantha, friends Samantha, Beth and sister, Amanda. Anne and nephew, Michael.

Lily Dellolacono with her parents, Lynn and Anthony, Grandparents Lillian and Paul and Captain Grace Kasofo with her parents. the rest of the Dellolacono family and friends.

Captain Kiana Napolitano, with her parents, Michelle and Nick, brother, Nicky, Captain Emily Digiulio with her parents, Debbie and Peter, Aunt Stephanie and and Grandmother Carol Mosca. Uncle Steven Magno and cousin, Grace. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)


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Football Pats tourney dreams dashed by Gloucester By The Advocate he upstart underdogs Revere High School Patriots football team marched into the next round of the Division 4 North tournament against Gloucester, all bravado and spirit, against a team that smacked them down in their first game of the season. The Pats (5-4), faced with their top starters sidelined over half the season, saw the light that shined in the second half of their season when they started off Friday night’s tourney game with a running attack by Darius McNeil for an 8-yard touchdown run and an extra point by Rayan Riazi for a 7-0 lead. Gloucester returned the favor with an offensive attack, a sign of things to come for the Revere defense, with a touchdown and a failed PAT. Revere lost their sensational junior tailback Lucas Barbosa in the second quarter to a hamstring injury, which would dampen the Pats offensive attack the rest of the game. The

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Pats are hoping to have Barbosa back for Thanksgiving against Winthrop. The game looked promising for the Pats as their defense held their own to keep Revere’s lead, 7-6 at halftime. But the Fishermen took over with their ground game, running for three more touchdowns to give Gloucester a commanding, 30-7 lead. The Fishermen ended the game with another touchdown for a 38-7 win. Pats’ quarterback Jonathan Murphy went 7-13, 90 yards; McNeil ran for 104 yards and one touchdown. The Pats host the Burlington High School Red Devils on Friday night – the senior players and cheerleaders will be honored at Della Russo Stadium. Kick-off will be 6:30 p.m. Sports Wrap-Up RHS Field Hockey: Field Hockey Coach Briana Scata was named the Northeastern Conference (NEC) Coach of the Year; senior captains Jenna Wells and Joli Giuliano

were selected NEC All Conference Field Hockey Team. Senior captain Jessica Vo and senior Janelle Mercado were selected All-Stars of the North Division. RHS Girls’ Soccer Team: The Lady Pats girls’ soccer team lost to Andover, 5-2, in the first round of the MIAA state tourney. The team finished with a 9-9 record but qualified for the tourney for the first time since 2012, seeding 10th in the Division I North Sectional. RHS Girls’ Volleyball: The 7th-seeded Lady Pats volleyball team lost to 10th-seeded Arlington Spy Ponders, 3-0, last Thursday at home in the Central-East D-I Sectional. The girls finished with a 12-6 record. RHS Boys’ Soccer Team: The boys’ soccer team lost in overtime, 1-0, in their first round against Somerville. The 12thseeded Pats (10-5-3) fell to the 5th-seeded Highlanders at Dilboy Field in Somerville. RHS Boys’ & Girls’ Track: Both teams compete in the Eastern Mass. State Meet in Wrentham on Saturday.

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Three handgun, illegal drugs, drugs paraphernalia, and cash are shown in this photo released flowing the arrest of three men in Malden. (Courtesy of the Revere Police Dept.)

den Police Department executed a search warrant at 94 Eastern Ave. in Malden. As a result of the above mentioned search warrant execution, detectives did arrest Carlos Figueroa, 40, and Francisco Diaz, 27, on scene and recovered trafficking amounts of the illegal Class B substance (crack cocaine) and the illegal Class A substance (Heroin), as well as three .45 caliber semi-automatic firearms. A third co-defendant identified as Alberto Junior Lopez, 25, is also charged with trafficking in cocaine and heroin and the illegal possession of firearms and ammunition. The investigation remains open by members of the Revere Police Narcotics / Gang unit.

Adult film DVD inside Recreation Center donated by mistake By Tara Vocino pornographic DVD that caused a stir in the city after it was seen in the Recreation Department was donated to the Rec. Center by mistake, city officials are saying. Councillor-at-Large Dan Rizzo said Sunday night that he received an email on Halloween that the DVD was on a desk inside the Recreation Center and seen by “at least a few people” for “days/weeks.” However, Human Resources Director John Viarella said Monday night that no one reportedly saw the DVD on the desk, but that the questionable item was inside a box of donated DVDs. “If no one wants to talk about it to police, that’s their choice,” Rizzo said Monday night. “But they told me that it was sitting on a desk for an extended period of time.” Police Chief James Guido said Monday night that in interviewing employees and custodians at the Recreation Center, staff told police that it wasn’t on the desk, but rather inside a box and quickly destroyed and thrown out. Guido said a Recreation Center employee donated the 375 DVDs, all of which he said were thrown out. “We spoke to everyone, and they had no evidence that it was on the desk,” Guido said. “The allegations were unfounded, and it was an embarrassing situation. No one is denying that the video was there, but they told a police detective that the box was there for days or weeks before anyone went through it.” Recreation Center Director Michael Hinojosa, who was on vacation in Mexico at the time, said Monday night that no one took this situation lightly, and he doesn’t want anyone to slow the train down – that the Recreation Department provides a safe environment for youths. “The donor told us they had no idea that it was inside the box,” Hinojosa said. “It seemed like a honest mistake that could have happened to anyone.” Rizzo said no minors reportedly saw the DVD, but that it was unacceptable that staff members reportedly saw it, and that it was in the building in the first place. Viarella agreed. Hinojosa added that alleged porn wasn’t opened, and that police interviewed staff since the ev-

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idence had to be quickly destroyed. Mayor Brian Arrigo said Monday night that they have absolutely no reason to believe that it ever was seen by any children or by any member of the public. “The Parks Department Director explained this in an email to Councilor Rizzo after the Councilor repeated unattributed comments about the presence of the item in the Recreation Department,” Arrigo said. “Nonetheless, as soon as my office learned of the concerns, we initiated an inquiry by our Human Resources and Police Departments. In the course of those investigations Councilor Rizzo identified no source of the allegations, and the police and Human Resources found no other evidence of any wrongdoing by any Recreation Department staff.” Arrigo echoed Hinojosa’s sentiment that the Revere Parks and Recreation Department is a safe and wholesome environment where city youths can enjoy a wide variety of healthy and constructive activities. Arrigo called the situation an embarrassing oversight. “It’s a shame that the Department could be tainted by accusations that amount to little more than reckless distortion of the donor’s mistake,” Arrigo said. The remaining councillors, including Tony Zambuto, Jessica Giannino, Joanne McKenna, Steve Morabito, Ira Novoselsky, Charlie Patch and John Powers, said although they understand fully Rizzo’s concern, they feel it shouldn’t have been put on the City Council agenda before an investigation was conducted, and police said it was unfounded. Councillor Keefe, who spends five days per week there with his two kids, said the situation shouldn’t have been ignored, adding that it came down to a chain-of-command matter. Arrigo said it could have ended up much worse. “I commend my team for taking swift action,” Arrigo said. “Thankfully, this issue was nothing more than testing our system and our response. The Recreation Center’s reputation was called into question prematurely without verified facts.” Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail. com.


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Council recognizes residents, local businesses for donations to Franklin Ave. fire victims The City Council awarded a Certificate of Commendation on Monday night to Guadalupe Panameno, Mariaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Taqueria, M a r i s o l Av i l e s E s t ra d a , a n d Columbia Las Delicias for donating clothing, accessories, food, or funding to victims of the Franklin Avenue fire earlier this year. (Advocate photo by Tara Vocino)

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Copyrighted material previously published in Banker & Tradesman/The Commercial Record, a weekly trade newspaper. It is reprinted with permission from the publisher, The Warren Group. For a searchable database of real estate transactions and property information visit: www.thewarrengroup.com.

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Vendetti, Judith M

54 Hillside Ave

Revere

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$345 000,00

Amour, Tivan B

Luberice, Mesmin

Luberice, Yvemith

28 Franklin Pl

Revere

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$425 000,00

Cummings, Jaqueline L

Olivieri FT

Olivieri, Marie M

474 Revere Beach Blvd #205

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$380 000,00

Callas, Christopher G

Logiudice Marie R Est

Casella, Sabrina

1 Carey Cir #304

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$325 000,00

Ma, Jing

Charles A Halajian 2nd RT

Halajian, Charles A

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$700 000,00

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Li, Xi

Santo, Walter D

Santo, Carole L

67 Warren St

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$649 900,00

Moncada, Johnny W

Rusiescki, Donald

Rusiescki, Dyana D

228 Vane St

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Ferrante Carmella Est

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Prkos, Merima

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Travalgia, Trina

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Obituaries Frances D. (Ginnetti) Gennaco n Revere, October 29th, at 95 years following a lengthy illness. Wife of the late John J. Gennaco. Cherished mother of Vincent J. Gennaco & wife Carolyn R. of Marblehead & John F. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Jackâ&#x20AC;? Gennaco & wife Christine M. of Revere. Devoted grandmother of David V. Gennaco of Salem, MA, Jennifer L. Gennaco & husband Benjamin Smith of N. Yarmouth, ME, Michael A. Gennaco of Marlborough, MA, Brian S. Gennaco & wife Sarah of Dover, NH, Amy V. Gennaco & husband Kemuel Jurabe-Hernandez of Kodiak, AK, Lianne M. Gennaco of Astoria, NY, Gregory J. Gennaco of Revere. Dear sister to Lillian â&#x20AC;&#x153;Chickieâ&#x20AC;? Boudette of Revere and the late Anna Sasso, Anthony Ginnetti, and Spartaco â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sparkieâ&#x20AC;? Ginnetti, Dante â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dindyâ&#x20AC;? Ginnetti & Virginia â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dollyâ&#x20AC;? Papa. Also lovingly survived by her three great-grandchildren: Lincoln & Lora Smith & Isabella Gennaco & many nieces, nephews, grandnieces & grandnephews. Retiree of the Registry of Mo-

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tor Vehicles - Boston. Services held on Wednesday, October 31, in the Vertuccio & Smith Home for Funerals, Revere, followed by Interment at Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to Boston Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hospital Trust, 401 Park Drive, Suite 602, Boston, MA 022153354. Please visit: www.vertuccioandsmith.com. Louise (Festa) Milano f Revere, at the age of 89. Loving wife of Vincent A. Milano for 68 years of marriage. Devoted mother of Vincent J. Milano and his wife Vivian of Georgetown, Robert Milano and his wife Mary Jo of Lynnfield, and John Milano and his wife Margaret of Salem, NH. Dear sister of Theresa Petrilli of Winthrop, MA, the late Florence Penachio, Helen Toto, Anthony Festa, Joseph Festa, William Malio, Joseph Malio, Mary Melchionno, Gerald Malio and his surviving wife, Ruth. Cherished grandmother of Heather Bisset and her husband Jason, Steph-

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anie Shepherd and her husband Brad, Vincent Milano and his wife Megan, Nicole Milano, Sophia Milano, Alyssa Milano, Bianca Milano and 7 loving great grandchildren. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Louise worked at Stop and Shop in the bakery for many years. She was loved by all and will be greatly missed. Funeral from the Paul Buonfiglio & Sons-Bruno Funeral Home, Revere, on Tuesday, November 6. Funeral Mass in St. Anthonyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Association at www. alz.org For guest book, please visit: www.Buonfiglio.com. Rosalie (LaRosa) Cunningham n Revere & West Peabody, on October 27th, following a lengthy & debilitating illness, at 69 years. Beloved wife of 43 years to James P. Cunningham, Jr. Cherished mother of Lisa M. Hess & her husband Erik of Plymouth & James P. Cunningham, III &

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as a Steamship Authority Clerk where he met many of his past and present friends. He will be sorely missed by all who knew him. Funeral from the Paul Buonfiglio & Sons-Bruno Funeral Home, Revere on Friday, November 2. Funeral Mass at St. Anthonyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. For guest book please visit www.Buonfiglio.com Paul Buonfiglio & SonsBruno Sarah â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sallyâ&#x20AC;? (Cooper) Yanow t 88, of Salem, MA and previously of Revere, MA and Boca Raton, FL, entered into eternal rest surrounded by her loving family, on October 28, 2018, after a lengthy struggle with

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Alzheimerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disease. Mrs. Yanow was born in Medford, MA, daughter of the late Joseph and Eva (Cashman) Cooper. She was the devoted wife of the late Dr. Perry Yanow with whom she shared 42 years of a storybook marriage. She was the beloved mother of Mark Yanow and his wife Anne, and Joan Yanow; adoring grandmother of Brooke Yanow, Kristen Yanow, Alexis Bonacorso and Jonathan Yanow and his wife Jennifer. Dear sister of Elizabeth (Betty) Gordon and of the late Jacob Cooper, Lillian Cooper and Saul Cooper. Cherished companion of the late Donald Silverman and Kalman Kobrin. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins. Mrs. Yanow was born and educated in Medford, MA and began a career in fashion modeling. She and Perry raised their children in the Point of Pines, Revere and enjoyed an active social life. She was especially passionate and proud of her family and their accomplishments. A lady with impeccable taste, she was an extraordinary cook and delighted in entertaining her family and friends. Sally was an avid bridge player and enjoyed baking, flower arranging and traveling. She was a member of the La Bailliage de Boston de la ChaĂŽne des RĂ´tisseurs, the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest gastronomic organization. She was a supporter of many charitable veteran, health and social-related causes. In her later years she worked in retail and especially cherished her extended L.H. Rogers family in Salem and Boston. A funeral service for Sal-

ly was held on Tuesday, October 30 at Stanetsky-Hymanson Memorial Chapel, Salem, with internment at Sharon Memorial Park, Sharon. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made in memory of Sarah Yanow to the Dr. Perry Yanow Memorial Scholarship Fund, Salem State University Foundation, 352 Lafayette Street, Salem, MA 01970. For more information or to register in the online guestbook, please visit www. stanetskyhymansonsalem.com Stanetsky-Hymanson Chapel 10 Vinnin Street, Salem, MA 01970 781-581-2300 Attilio V. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Leoâ&#x20AC;? Arbia n Revere, formerly of East Boston, October 29, 2018 in his 96th year. Beloved husband of Esther (Scirpoli). Father of John and his wife LeeAnn of Hanover and Andrew Arbia of Revere. Grandfather of Maia and Aria Arbia. Brother of the late Ida Interbartolo, Bella Morizio. Louisa Longobardi, Jean Palumbo, Ernest, Joseph, Pasquale and Daniel Arbia. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Funeral was held from the Magrath Funeral Home, East Boston, Friday, November 2. Funeral Mass in the Immaculate Conception Church, Revere. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. WW II, US Army Veteran, retired 40 employee of the US Government. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory to The Michael J. Fox Foundation would be appreciated. Indoor parking and entrance to funeral home available from 340 Bremen St. MagrathFuneralHome.com

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