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Mayor, Council Celebrate Revere’s Fiscal Status

REVERE – Standard and Poor’s rating services has given the city of Revere a rating of AA-. Another association has given the city an award for its distinguished budget presentation and the state Department of Revenue has certified the city has over $6 million in free cash. “The city of Revere is going in a positive direction,” said Councillor Arthur Guinasso. “We need to spend money to keep the city alive and well. It’s great news and a tribute to City Hall. Mayor Dan Rizzo agreed, adding that residents should be happy that residents live in a city where the budget is under control because of the work at city hall and the city council. For the first time in ...
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Councillors Want Future Snow Plan

REVERE – It’s been said that this winter is of historical proportions – historic snow, historic cold and historic spending on snow removal. No one has a crystal ball to see if it could all happen again, but if it does the City Council wants the city to have a well-defined plan. Councillor Ira Novoselsky presented two motions Monday night. The first is for the mayor, superintendent of public works, police chief and fire chief to work out a comprehensive snow removal plan for fiscal year 2016 to include one-sided parking throughout the city on even-side parking or even-year. The second motion is for the city to adopt emergency artery designations to the easterly side of North Shore Road between ...
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Emergency Rooms, Chiropractors Busy with Snow Injuries

There’s no doubt the recent snow cavalcade has taken its toll on the general attitude of most folks, but health care providers report that it has also taken quite a toll on the physical well being of young and old. On a typical day in the Chelsea MGH Urgent Care, Dr. Brent Ragar might see two or three broken bones or wrist sprains, but in the last few weeks the rule has been to double those numbers. “We actually have seen a lot more than normal in several instances related to the snow,” he said last Friday. “There’s been a good amount of broken bones and broken fingers. We’ve had a lot of broken feet and ankles from slip and ...
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2015 Special Olympics Polar Plunge to be held at Revere Beach

  The 17th Annual Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Massachusetts is not your average dip! It is an exciting (and cool) fundraising event that takes place every winter. This year the Polar Plunge will be held on Saturday, February 28th, 2015 at two different locaions: Revere Beach in Revere and Nantasket Beach in Hull […]
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