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Revere's first inhabitants were Native Americans who belonged to the Pawtucket Tribe and were known as the Rumney Marsh Indians. The leader, or sachem, of the Pawtuckets was Nanepashemet of Lynn. In 1616, an epidemic, probably smallpox, swept the region, killing thousands in its wake. Nanepashemet retired to the Mystic River, but was found murdered in 1619 at his fort on the brow of Rock Hill overlooking the river.
Local Newspapers: The Eagle-Tribune
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Rita M. Gaglione, 90
She was born in Revere on December 28, 1926 to the late Louis and Laura Maiani. Rita was raised in Revere and graduated from Revere High School, Class of 1943.Sullivan Square Improvements Out to Bid, Contract Coming
Bids have gone out for the short-term off-site traffic improvements that Wynn Boston Harbor is required to complete before it opens its doors in 2019, with contracts on the project likely to be awarded in the next few weeks. Wynn officials told the Massachusetts Gaming Commission that they are working towards the completion of bids for Sullivan Square and other off-site improvements - including traffic improvements in Everett, Medford and Revere.Council Approves Easements for Safe Routes by Garfield School
Monday night, the city council approved numerous easements as part of the Safe Routes to School construction project around the Garfield School. Officials held a public hearing on easements for Avalon Street, Blake Street, Centennial Avenue, Dix Street, Fitzhenry Square, Garfield Avenue, North Shore Road and Waverly Avenue.Cable Public Hearing Sees Overwhelming Support for RevereTV
It was supposed to be a public hearing on the contract Comcast now has with the city as a cable provider. But the meeting turned into nothing but accolades for cable television studio Revere TV.Suffolk Univ Law School Scholarship Established Honoring Richard Clayman
Clayman, a resident of Revere, was frequently seen having breakfast at the Bagel Bin on Shirley Ave. He was also a major developer in the city. His projects included repurposing the old Oak Island Nursing Home on Revere Beach into apartment units.Debate on Cafarelli's Contract Continues
Mayor Brian Arrigo's administration responded to the City Council's vote about honoring the contract of former Revere police chief Joseph Cafarelli in a statement released on Tuesday. The Council voted unanimously at its July 24 meeting to honor the contract of Cafarelli, who stepped down as chief of the Revere Police Department on June 30. During a lengthy discussion at the meeting, Council members stated that Cafarelli is likely entitled to additional salary and continued health care benefits, and citing precedent, the option to return to a role in the department as a lieutenant.Revere CARES and Winthrop CASA Hosting Free "Drive-In" Movie Aug 11
Youth leaders from the Revere CARES and Winthrop CASA coalitions are inviting high school students from both communities to a free "drive-in movie." The event will be held at the Wonderland Market Place parking lot, 151 VFW Parkway, in Revere, on Friday, August 11th.Man arrested after hit-and-run, police chase in Revere
State Police arrested a Boston man Friday evening after a hit-and-run and police chase in Revere, according to spokesman Dave Procopio. Ricardo J. Lopez, 25, was driving a 2009 Ford Fusion when allegedly struck another vehicle on Squire Road at 5 p.m., and fled the scene at a high rate of speed, Procopio said.Beach bash brings back sand sculptor
OBSERVER File Photo Award winning sand artist Dan Belcher will create sand sculptures at Wright Park and Main Street beaches this weekend for the Beach Bash. Pictured is an example of his work.Pot shops In Someone Else's Backyard? Not quite
They want affordable housing for the poor - but heaven help a developer who tries to build it on their street. They want casino gambling and the revenue it produces for the state - as long as it's in Everett or Springfield or someplace else no suburbanite would ever visit.Don Pinkerton of RHS Named Outstanding Biology Teacher
The National Association of Biology Teachers , in conjunction with Carolina Biological Supply Company, is pleased to present Don Pinkerton with the 2017 Outstanding Biology Teacher Award. This honor, given annually since 1961, identifies a teacher from each of the United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, other U.S. Territories and Canada who have made invaluable contributions to the profession and have enhanced the learning of biology.There Goes Swiftya .
Now that the owners of the old Wonderland Dog Park have obtained the demolition permit needed to take down the iconic building, work crews are expected to start the massive demolition project on Aug. 1 and finish by the beginning of October. The removal of the track will be one of the last legacies of the late City Council member Bob Haas who, along with Ward 5 Councillor John Powers, had been pushing hard for the removal of what had become an eyesore and safety hazard in the area.Always Room for One More:Cutting to Hold Fundraiser to Help Care for Stray Animals
Lisa Cutting is well-known for her work in the canine circle. As owner of Ocean View Kennel on North Shore Road and her rescue work with animals, especially dogs, she gives every dog that crosses her path 100 percent care.Speaker DeLeo, Rep Vincent Come Through for Revere
House Speaker Bob DeLeo and State Rep. RoseLee Vincent once again have done their part to ensure that the City of Revere will receive its fair share of disbursements in the FY 2018 state budget. Among the items in the budget that was passed last week by the legislature are $25,000 for the Revere Chamber of Commerce, $250,000 for local Child Safety grants, $1.2 million for the maintenance and operation of the Metropolitan beaches, more than $1 million for directed State Police patrols, $250,000 for CAPIC's Emergency Services Program, and a $50,000 grant for Revere's Substance Use Disorder Initiatives.City Council Approves Special Permit for Revere Beach Hotel
On Monday, July 24, the Revere City Council voted to approve a Special Permit for the construction of the forthcoming Revere Beach Hotel, a 9-story hotel featuring an 80-seat restaurant with oceanfront views and a ground-level cafe. The Hotel, on the site of the current Shipwreck Lounge at 49-54 Revere Beach Boulevard, will represent the largest commercial-only development on Revere Beach in over 20 years.Soule Homestead Concert Series offers two very different song stylists
Singers Danielle Miraglia and Caroline Cotter bring their diverse talents to Soule Homestead's Concert Series, 46 Soule Street, Middleboro on July 29 starting at 6 p.m. The two women have markedly different styles. Miraglia is a hard driving, bluesy performer, Prince fused with Janis Joplin.3 from Massachusetts face human trafficking charges
Police contacted the FBI Child Exploitation Task Force on Monday regarding a human trafficking allegation. Authorities arrested 37-year-old Jovana Jensen, 24-year-old Laraza White and 39-year-old Galen Spriggs.
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