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Guinasso Is Longest Serving City Council Member … Ev’a

REVERE – As of Monday night, Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso has been the longest serving city council member in the history of Revere, serving 29 years, three months and 13 days. He surpassed councilor Joseph DelGrosso who served 29 years, three months, and one day. DelGrasso passed away in 2001. Guinasso became a councillor on Nov. 5, 1985 when he beat Dick Smith in the election. Guinasso said his entrance into political life began 55 years ago when John F. Kennedy was President. Guinasso called his campaign headquarters and worked on his behalf because he wanted to make a difference. “I’ve lived in Ward 3 for 50 years and I love it,” Guinasso said, adding he was “floored” when ...
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Colm Bohill:Beloved Member of the Independent Newspaper Group

There was never a time when one could not laugh with him, nor a moment that passed when he was short of the perfect word to describe any situation. That’s how friends, family and co-workers most remember Colm Bohill, 69, a long-time partner at the Independent News Group who passed away at Whidden Hospital in Everett Monday night, April 13, after a brief illness. Bohill joined the Independent News Group at its formation in 1999. He was primarily in the Marketing Department, but wore many hats. He often was the first person to greet those coming through the door at the company’s Revere headquarters. However, internally, he was known as a dogged copy editor, who questioned just the right things, ...
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Officials Planning for Next Year’s Snow

REVERE – There are still some signs of the seven feet of snow that got dumped on the city this past winter and officials are looking ahead to next winter. Monday night the City Council subcommittee on Public Works tossed around several ideas that may better manage parking and snow removal next year. “Clearly this past winter was a catalyst for serious reform,” said Mayor Dan Rizzo. “We have to create a plan that makes sense. Revere wasn’t built for all these cars.” He noted that in Lynn and other communities snow emergencies force all cars off the road. To do that in Revere would mean people would have to park off-street at the MBTA garage or other commercial lots ...
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Revere Citywide Free Fitness Challenge May 11th & 5K Race set for June 13th

News Release by City of Revere Revere – The City of Revere and Mayor Daniel Rizzo are pleased to announce that the “Revere Citywide Free Fitness Challenge” is slated to kick-off on May 11, 2015 and will run for five weeks ending on June 10, 2015. The 5K Race which signifies the end of the […]
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Easter time always a special time at Revere Beach

Easter time at Revere Beach was always a very special time of the year for so many of us…. This year especially would be a very special time at Revere Beach in its heyday because of the historic cold and snowfall we’ve all grown so tired of. In fact although it is springtime according to […]
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Cupid Splash this Saturday at Revere Beach across from Kelly’s

Save the Harbor Save the Bay Cupid Slash at Revere Beach On Saturday, March 21st members of the Revere Community will be participating in the Save the Harbor/Save the Bay – Cupid Splash. Join us on Revere Beach (across from Kelly’s Roast Beef) at 12:00 p.m. for a day at the beach with Chowder, Hot […]
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