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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.
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Katie Forde running for Suffolk County Register of Deeds
"The work of the Register of Deeds affects every homeowner and can transform and empower communities by helping to create and sustain pathways to homeownership," Forde said. "As Register, I will lead a service-oriented agency focused on increasing accessibility to homeownership in Boston, Winthrop, Chelsea, and Revere."Nick Romano Joins Mayor's Staff as New Aide
Mayor Brian Arrigo has announced he has a new aide, Revere native Nick Romano, replacing his first aide Joe Gravellese, who has taken a position with Boston College. Romano is a 2012 graduate of Revere High School and a 2016 graduate of Suffolk University where he attended business school focusing on management and entrepreneurship.Archdiocese, St Anthony's Parishioners Consider 'Shrine' Status
With concern about finances and attendance, Parishioners and the Archdiocese of Boston are looking into the possibility of removing St. Anthony's of Padua Church from its status as a territorial parish and installing it as an official Shrine of the Archdiocese. The idea has come up in the last two months - an idea that actually came from some in the Parish - as the Archdiocese has engaged in a process with St. Anthony's for a path of growth in the future.State Awards $225K Grant for Repairs at Gibson Park
This week, Mayor Brian M. Arrigo was informed that the City of Revere will receive $225,556 in state grant money focusing on improvements to Gibson Park. The grant, administered through the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs' , will facilitate the installation of an accessible play structure with safety surfacing, addition of adult exercise equipment, replacement of damaged and rusted fencing, seating and walkways, and the addition of irrigation to the baseball field.Thank You,Dan Maguire
Dan Maguire has a been a caring voice on the Revere School Committee since first being elected to the committee in 2005. Maguire decided not to seek re-election this past year, bringing to an end his 12-year tenure.Coming to a TV Near You:Hollywood Hits Revere Beach for a New Pilot Program
Film crews descended on Revere Beach Boulevard and Bill Ash's Lounge at the end of last week. Crews were filming a television pilot for Showtime called, "City on the Hill" and a scene called "The Approval."Revere Delegation Gets Two State Grants
Governor Charles Baker, Secretary of Public Safety and Security Daniel Bennett, State Fire Marshal Peter Ostroskey, and Revere's state delegation are pleased to announce that the grant funds for Student Awareness of Fire Education and Senior SAFE programs have been awarded for FY2018. The Revere Fire Department has been awarded $6,700 for the S.A.F.E Program and $3,000 for the Senior Safe Program.Amazon is still considering Somerville, too
Yes, Boston made Amazon's list of final 20 cities considered for its second headquarters. But that doesn't mean a new Amazon campus would necessarily be in Boston proper.Joseph B. Galvao
Born April 29, 1930, Joseph was the beloved husband of Yvonne Galvao. He was the loving father of Cynthia daSilva and her husband Marco of Lynnfield, Susan Correia and her husband Danny of Revere, and Paul Galvao and his wife Annie of Boxford.Salvadorans speak on deportation fears
'IT'S NOT HUMANE': Elsa Pineda, above, gets a hug from her son Charles, left, at a Temporary Protected Status solidarity event organized by Centro Presente at City Hall yesterday. The Trump administration this week announced it will end Temporary Protective Status - better known as TPS - for immigrants from El Salvador in September 2019.City Council Motions
The City Council held a moment of silence Monday night for former Ward 5 Councillor Gerald "Jerry" Esposito who passed away Sunday. "He was a credit to the City of Revere," said Ward 5 Councillor John Powers, who read a resolution of condolence in honor of Esposito.Ward 5 Councillor John Powers:We Must Be Better Prepared for Natural Disasters
Last week's major coastal flooding in our city and other Massachusetts communities served as a reminder of the immense respect we must have for nature, and a warning of the growing consequences of increasingly extreme weather. There is plenty of anecdotal and scientific evidence to support the claim that our climate is going to extremes more frequently.Arctic temps head out the door
Niamh Flaherty , 23, of South Boston creates a cloud of snow taking off on a jump on a sled as her friend Kim Cleary, right, looks on at Larz Anderson Park on Sunday, January 7, 2018. Staff Photo by Matt West With no clouds and nothing but sunshine, sledders make their way back up the hill at Larz Anderson Park on Sunday, January 7, 2018.Melted asphalt
A parent watches from the shade of Henley Beach Surf Lifesaving Club as Adelaide nears 40 degrees Celsius , in Adelaide, Australia, on Jan. 6, 2018. The streets of Boston were flooded with icy waters that carried dumpsters away .Remembering Bob Haas
Amidst the usual commotion of the holiday season, we were remiss in failing to acknowledge in this column the recent dedication in the City Council Chambers of the portrait of Robert J. Haas Jr., our long-time mayor, City Council member, and friend. Bob Haas will be remembered as one of the greatest and most-respected public servants in Revere's history, among a group that includes George V. Colella, Ray Carey, Harry Della Russo, William Reinstein, and Tom Ambrosino.Congratulations to Our New City Officials
Public service is not easy these days. In an era of limited resources, it seems that our elected officials find themselves saying "No" more often than not.Council Makes History:Joanne McKenna and Jessica Giannino Elected to Top Spots
History was made Monday night when the city council elected two women to the top posts on the council for the first time. Councillor-at-Large Jessica Gianinno was elected to the position of Council President and Ward 1 Councillor Joanne McKenna was elected to the position of Council Vice President.The Cars Are Frozen
Parts of the Northeast are getting hammered by frigid temperatures right now, just 24 hours after a winter storm dropped a blanket of snow across several states. Near Boston, some people awoke Friday and found the storm had consumed their cars with ice.Arrest Log: 1/3/2018
Edward Murphy, 55, 2 Millstone Way, Billerica; operating a motor vehicle under influence of liquor, failure to yield, operating motor vehicle reckless to endanger. -- David Gomez, 25, 16 Belgrade St., Revere; receiving stolen property $250, larceny of property $250 or more, possession of a Class B substance.A disastrous battle in Maine nearly destroyed Paul Revere's legacy
Revere is widely remembered throughout New England as one of America's key early patriots, a man who helped boost a fledgling nation toward independence. The story of his wild "midnight ride" warning Massachusetts towns that British troops were on their way, was immortalized - and heavily exaggerated - 85 years later by a piece of prose penned by Maine's most revered poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
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