EV R Vol. 32, No.41 5th -FREEEVE ER TT Your Local News & Sports Online. Scan Here! ADDOCCO TEAT www.advocatenews.net Free Every Friday Annual Walk for Ersilia Honors Domestic Violence Victim 617-387-2200 Friday, October 13, 2023 City Council approved mayor’s $11.M CIP projects; School Committee votes against MCAS By Neil Zolot T Domestic violence victim and Kiwanis Club member Ersilia Matarazzo was remembered during Saturday’s 5th Annual Walk for Ersilia around Glendale Park. Shown during the opening ceremonies, from left, Ersilia’s sister, Gina Maniscalco, with her parents, Elvira and Giuseppe Cataldo are shown thanking the hundreds of participants. See pages 14,15 and 16 for photo highlights. (Advocate photo by Tara Vocino) he City Council approved $11,497,800 in approSINCE 1921 Messinger Insurance Agency 475 Broadway Everett, MA 02149 Phone: 617-387-2700 Fax: 617-387-7753 NEW COMPETITIVE AUTO RATES AND BENEFITS AVAILABLE  ACCIDENT FORGIVENESS  DISAPPEARING COLLISION DEDUCTIBLE  11% DISCOUNT WITH SUPPORTING POLICY  10% COMBINED PAY IN FULL DISCOUNT AND GREEN DISCOUNT  10% GOOD STUDENT DISCOUNT Celebrating 100 years of excellence! Monday thru Friday: 8am to 6pm Saturdays 9am to 1pm! Check out our NEW website! www.messingerinsurance.com JOB WELL DONE: Theresa Crawford has been safely and carefully taking care of children, parents, teachers and residents when they’re crossing the busy Broadway across from the former Everett High School and Parlin Jr. High School. Ward 1 Councillor Wayne Matewsky presented a proclamation and roses to Theresa for her 30 years of dedication and kindness and thanked her on behalf of the entire City Council and Mayor. (Courtesy photo) priation requests from Mayor Carlo DeMaria at their meeting Tuesday, October 10; $9,834,000 is for 13 capital improvement projects related to construction-related projects, including waterfront improvements, tot lots, the Devens School gym fl oor and the state Department of Transportation Complete Streets program, which improves road conditions for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists by coordinating and synchronizing traffic lights and delineating travel lanes. Another $1,663,800 is from the Capital Improvement Stabilization Fund for 11 projects, including school repairs and city vehicles. Only Councillor-at-Large Michael Marchese voted against the appropriations – with councillors Irene Cardillo and Jimmy Tri Le absent. Given most, if not all the items had been vetted at the subcommittee level, there was little discussion. The only main question was what will be the estimate to replace the former Pope John High School roof – $5-7 million. Specifi cally, the $9,834,000 includes $2,100,000 for improvements on Elton Street; PROJECTS | SEE PAGE 11 Popular crossing guard honored for 30 years of service

Page 2 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 Mayor thanks El Mundo Boston and La Hora Del Café Presents citations and plaques in recognition of their donations of time and services M ayor Carlo DeMaria recently had the pleasure of presenting citations and plaques to members of El Mundo Boston and La Hora Del Café to recognize their donations of time and services to assist in promoting the City of Everett’s annual Fiesta Del Río event. The support was given through providing continuous promotion time, live reads on various media platforms and helping raise awareness of Fiesta Del Río, which is part of the Everett for Everyone initiative, within our Hispanic community. “We will continue to provide events that are welcoming and open to all of our residents where we can learn about and enjoy the many different cultures that make up this great community,” said Mayor DeMaria. “I’d like to thank El Mundo and La Hora Del Café for all their help with our recent efforts.” ~ Political Announcement ~ Ward 6 Council Candidate Alfred Lattanzi Endorsed by Greater Boston Labor Council Mayor Carlo DeMaria, along with his staff, presented citations and plaques to representatives of El Mundo Boston and La Hora Del Café in recognition of their donations of time and services. Alfred Lattanzi Ward 6 Councillor n a letter dated October 4, 2023, Alfred Lattanzi, the incumbent candidate for ward 6 city council, was informed that his campaign for reelection was being endorsed by the Boston Labor Council. The letter, written by ExecI utive Secretary-Treasurer Darlene Lombos, described the surging support for unions throughout the country and the organization of union workers on a daily basis. “The time is ripe to unite against the corporate elite who want to make themselves richer off the backs of working people. With strong partnerships, we can continue to make Greater Boston a region for all of us,” stated Lombos. “Together, unions represent They Need A Strong Voice For Better Education Jim Mastrocola, the father of three daughters, says: “Everett Schools in the past did well by our children. I want them to do well in the future for all Everett children. “I think that some members of the school committee have lost touch of what education is about. “It’s not about political in fighting! “It’s about children. I know! “So I am running for school committee from Ward 4. “I can promise voters that if I am elected, my only interest will be education in Everett.” Give him your vote!! James A. “Jim” Mastrocola School Committee Ward 4 …he’s for Better Education! (Paid Pol. Adv.) more than 100,000 hardworking families throughout every neighborhood in Greater Boston. We stand for opportunity, equity, and safety. We’re hotel workers, construction workers, healthcare workers, janitors, teachers, and more. We are also voters. Our labor champions on City Councils, School Committees and in Mayors’ offices across the region are essential to creating communities where working people can live and thrive,” stated the executive secretary-treasurer. “Thank you for engaging in our endorsement process and for pledging to fight together for our communities.” FACEBOOK.COM/ ADVOCATE.NEWS.MA

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 Page 3 McGonagle secures $300K for Everett programs in FY24 Budget BUDGET | SEE PAGE 18 Special to Th e Advocate W hile the veto voting continues on certain items in the Fiscal Year 2024 budget, State Representative Joe McGonagle was pleased to announce that he has secured $300,000 for diff erent programs in Everett. Rep. McGonagle, in partnership with City of Everett offi cials, wrote earmarks to address food insecurity in Everett, a second chance recidivism prevention program and a communications upgrade for the fi re department. “I am very pleased and very grateful for the fundJoe McGonagle State Representative ing the City of Everett has received,” said McGonagle. “In conjunction with Mayor DeMaria and other City offi cials, we determined three key areas where the community could benefi t from state funding. I think all three of these worthy designations show Everett’s commitment to keeping our neighborhoods safe and thriving. We want to help our neighbors coming out of incarceration, we want to make sure people are fed and we certainly want the fi re department to be as well-equipped as possible. I want to thank Speaker Mariano and Chair Michlewitz for their leadership on this endeavor and Mayor DeCity of Everett offering holiday assistance to low-income Everett residents Residents who are income eligible are encouraged to apply beginning Monday, Oct. 16, until Thursday, Nov. 16 M ayor Carlo DeMaria, along with the Offi ce of Human Services, is pleased to announce that the City of Everett will once again be off ering the Holiday Assistance Program to low-income Everett residents this holiday season. Everett residents are encouraged to submit an application in person beginning Monday, Oct. 16, and the deadline to submit an application is Thursday, Nov. 16. Applications will be accepted at either the Connolly Center (90 ChelOFFERING | SEE PAGE 21 Maria and his staff for their work on this as well.” The City’s three earmarks 8 Norwood St. Everett (617) 387-9810 Open Daily 4:00 PM Closed Sunday Starting Monday, September 11... We’re back to serving our Full Menu featuring all your favorite Italian Specialties and American Classics! Catch ALL The Live Sports Action On Our Large Screen TV’s www.eight10barandgrille.com SABATINO INSURANCE AGENCY 519 BROADWAY EVERETT, MA 02149 Auto * Home * Boat * Renter * Condo * Life * Multi-Policy Discounts * Commercial 10% Discounts * Registry Service Also Available Sabatino Insurance is proud to welcome the loyal customers of PHONE: (617) 387-7466 FAX: (617) 381-9186 Visit us online at: WWW.SABATINO-INS.COM as secured by Rep. McGonagle are:

Page 4 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 Mystic River Watershed Association comments on Healey-Driscoll administration’s new ‘ResilientMass’ plan Note: The following info is based on a statement from the Mystic River Watershed Association.) “The Healey Administration is setting the pace for the entire nation in moving to a whole-of-government approach to climate change…” focusing on updated building codes, increasing funding and fi nancing and focusing “on protecting the people and resources that most need public support. This will make an enormous difference here in the Mystic River watershed, where we have been depending on private grants to provide the regional support communities need to tackle climate challenges at a regional scale.” Need a hall for your special event? The Schiavo Club, located at 71 Tileston Street, Everett is available for your Birthdays, Anniversaries, Sweet 16 parties and more? Call Dennis at (857) 249-7882 for details. Dan - 1972 We Sell Cigars & Accessories! ALL MAJOR BRANDS Singles * Tins * Bundles * Boxes * Travel Humidors * Desk Top Humidors * Many Types of Lighters * Ash Trays * Juuls * Vapes * Glass Pipes * Rewards Program * CBD Infused Products * GIFTS UNDER $30 - GIFT CERTIFICATES SMOKER’S DELIGHT! 15 HANDMADE CIGARS! Four-Year-Old Tobacco * 100% Long Filler * Cellophane $49.95 NEW STORE HOURS: Sun. - Wed.: 9AM - 6PM / Thurs. - Sat. 9AM - 7PM R.Y.O. TOBACCO & TUBES ON SALE! WE MAKE HOUSE KEYS! Green Label Cigar Sale! Buy 2 Cigars, Get One FREE! A.B.C. CIGAR 170 REVERE ST., REVERE (781) 289-4959 Some of the framework the ResilientMass plan creates: · Creating an offi ce of Climate Science so decisions are based on the most accurate climate projections · Focusing on heat safety, especially in public housing, low-income, BIPOC neighborhoods and Department of Conservation & Recreation parks · Developing a Massachusetts fl oodplain management plan to help address intense and unpredictable rainfall · Developing a coastal resilience policy across 78 locales to manage damage from storms and sea level rise. “Massachusetts has a blizzard culture. We are not yet a fl ooding or heat wave culture. The ResilientMass Plan is a major step forward by the [Commonwealth] to prepare governments, businesses, and residents to manage these emerging weather events with the same awareness and eff ective response as we already have in place for winter storms.” For more information: h ttps://mass .go v/ news/healey - dr isc olladministration-releasesreadiness-plan-to-protectagainst-extreme-weather Executive Offi ce of Labor and Workforce Development and Attorney General’s Offi ce Caution Against Fraudulent Unemployment Websites B OSTON — Attorney General Andrea Joy Campbell and Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development Lauren Jones are cautioning Massachusetts residents looking for information on unemployment insurance (UI) or to Our 51st Anniversary Chris 2023 access their account on the UI Online system against fraudulent third-parties, websites, and scams. Claimants may inadvertently come across unoffi cial third-party websites or “mimic sites” that look similar to the UI Online website but have no affi liation with the Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA) and are likely part of a phishing scam. AG Campbell and Secretary Jones are warning claimants that any details provided on those websites are not secure and can be used by scammers to divert payment to a new bank account. “In light of these ongoing scams, we encourage anyone looking for information on employment insurance or trying to access their online account to remain vigilant. That means monitoring your account, being mindful of fraudulent links, and reporting suspicious activity,” said AG Campbell. “The AG’s Offi ce will continue to support DUA in sharing information and resources for consumers.” “DUA takes fraudulent claims seriously and we are working closely with state and federal law enforcement agencies to protect claimants’ information and to remove these fraudulent websites,” said Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development. “As an important reminder, claimants should make sure they are using the offi cial Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance website, Mass.gov/ DUA, to conduct any transaction with the DUA.” Claimants can use the following tips to avoid fraud and to help protect their online profi les and account information: Avoid using any unofficial third-party websites, especially those that end in .com to ensure that their personal and fi nancial information is protected. Check your UI profi le information often (at least 1x per week), this includes your login, password, name, contact information. FRAUDULENT | SEE PAGE 10 JOHN MACKEY & ASSOCIATES ~ Attorneys at Law ~ * PERSONAL INJURY * REAL ESTATE * FAMILY LAW * PERSONAL BANKRUPTCY * LANDLORD/TENANT DISPUTES 14 Norwood Street Everett, MA 02149 Phone: (617) 387-4900 Fax: (617) 381-1755 WWW.JMACKEYLAW.COM

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 Page 5 Weatherize ahead of winter with help from the sponsors of Mass Save A s the seasons change and cooler temperatures approach, it’s essential to prepare your home for the challenges of winter. Weatherization is a proactive approach to improving your home’s energy effi - ciency and comfort while also reducing heating and cooling costs, and it’s easy to schedule your appointments. Readers should know that fall is the time to make the necessary weatherization upgrades to their homes or businesses, because once the temperatures drop contractors can book out for weeks or even months. The Sponsors of Mass Save® encourage homeowners, renters and small businesses to utilize Mass Save rebates and incentives to weatherize and offer the following tips to help you get started! • Sealing Air Leaks: Air leaks are responsible for signifi cant energy loss in homes, leading to drafty rooms and higher heating bills. Fall is an ideal time to identify and seal air leaks to help mitigate drafts prior to winter. Check for gaps around windows, doors, electrical outlets and plumbing fi xtures. Use weatherstripping, caulk or expanding foam to seal these gaps and prevent cold air from entering your home and warm air from escaping. • Insulating Floors, Attics and Walls: Sufficient insulation is crucial to maintaining a comfortable indoor temperature and reducing energy consumption. Insulating your floors, attic and walls helps to prevent heat loss during the winter and can keep your home cooler in the warmer months. In fall, before the temperature drops, evaluate your insulation levels and consider adding more if necessary. Insulate exposed pipes and ducts to prevent freezing and heat loss. This simple step can signifi cantly reduce your heating costs and increase overall energy effi ciency. • Maintaining Your Heating System: Before the cold weather arrives, ensure that your heating system is in good working condition. Regular maintenance – such as cleaning or replacing air filters, checking thermostats and scheduling professional inspections – can improve the effi ciency and lifespan of your heating system. Fall is an opportune time to address any issues or make necessary repairs before the demand for heating increases. • Conserve Your Heat: Doing small tasks – such as setting your thermostat to the lowest comfortable temperature or making sure the damper is closed on your fi replace when it is not being used – can make a huge diff erence in conserving your home’s heat. A chimney can draw out as much as 25 percent of the heated or cooled air in your house if the damper is left open. 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Page 6 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 MBTA Announces East Boston, Winthrop, and Lynn Ferry Service Will Be Extended This Fall East boston and Winthrop ferries are extended until November 30, and Lynn ferries are extended to October 31. B OSTON – Due to popular demand, the MBTA today announced that East Boston, Winthrop, and Lynn ferry services will RON’S OIL Call For PRICE MELROSE, MA 02176 NEW CUSTOMER’S WELCOME ACCEPTING VISA, MASTERCARD & DISCOVER (781) 397-1930 OR (781) 662-8884 100 GALLON MINIMUM be extended through the fall. East Boston and Winthrop ferries are extended until November 30 and Lynn ferries are extended to October 31. Ferry service schedules are available at mbta.com/ferry. “This summer we were able to expand our water transportation network and the public response has been so positive that we have decided to now extend these ferry services into October and November,” said MBTA General Manager and CEO Phillip Eng. “Safe and reliable multi modal transportation including water transportation is a priority. I’m proud that the MBTA team can continue to off er this to the public.” The East Boston ferry operates on weekdays and weekends between East Boston at Lewis Mall Wharf and the downtown Boston area at Long Wharf (North). A one-way fare on the East Boston ferry is $2.40 (or $1.10 for Reduced Fare riders), which is the same as taking the subway. Tickets can be purchased on the mTicket app. Printed LinkPasses, Commuter Rail Zone passes, and M7s are also accepted. M7 cards, or M7s, are MBTA Student CharlieCards that are pre-loaded with monthly passes for the school year for middle and high schoolers. East Boston ferry service is funded through the Commonwealth. The Winthrop ferry operates on weekdays between Winthrop Landing, Quincy, and the downtown Boston area at Central Wharf (South). A one-way fare on the Winthrop ferry is $6.50. Tickets can be purchased on the mTicket app or with cash. Printed LinkPasses, Commuter Rail Zone passes, and M7s are also accepted. The Lynn Ferry operates on weekdays between the Blossom Street Pier and the downtown Boston area at Long Wharf (North). A one-way fare on the Lynn Ferry is currently $7. Tickets can be purchased on the mTicket app or with cash. Printed LinkPasses, Commuter Rail Zone passes, and M7s are also accepted. Passengers should note that some schedule adjustments may be made due to weather this season. Service information will be available at mbta.com/alerts. For more information, visit mbta.com/ferry, or connect with the T on X (the site formerly known as Twitter) @MBTA and @ MBTA_CR, Facebook /TheMBTA, Instagram @theMBTA, Threads @thembta, or TikTok @thembta.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 Page 7 USPS holiday shipping and mailing deadlines announced T o assist customers with their preparations for the upcoming busy holiday shopping and shipping season, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is providing 2023 holiday shipping and mailing deadlines. The information below covers domestic, international and military shipping destinations to allow for the timely delivery of cards, letters and packages by Dec. 25. No Holiday Surcharges: USPS has announced it will not have a peak, or demand, surcharge this holiday season, offering increased predictability in pricing for customers. As always, the Postal Service offers simple, upfront pricing year-round with no additional fees for residential area delivery, for Saturday delivery, no fuel surcharges and no volume minimums. USPS continues to be the most affordable way to mail and ship this holiday season. 2023 USPS holiday shipping and mailing deadlines • USPS Ground Advantage – Dec. 16 • First-Class Mail (including greeting cards) – Dec. 16 • Priority Mail – Dec. 18 (Hawaii – Dec. 16) • Priority Mail Express – Dec. 20 Air/Army Post Office (APO), Fleet Post Office (FPO), Diplomatic Post Office (DPO): • USPS Ground Advantage – Nov. 6 • First-Class Mail – Dec. 9 • Priority Mail – Dec. 9 • Priority Mail Express Military Service – Dec. 15* * PMEMS not available for APO/FPO/DPO AE ZIPs 093 International Mail: Shipping deadlines for international mail vary depending on the destination. Check out International Mail and Shipping Services for details at www.usps.com/international/mail-shipping-services.htm. USPS is a secure shipping option that meets international mail shipping needs to over 180 countries. USPS Is Ready for the Peak Shipping Season: A new shipping option this year is USPS Ground Advantage, a service that provides a simple, reliable and affordable way to ship packages with certain delivery of two to five business days based on distance. In addition to USPS’s convenient retail locations, customers can purchase their shipping labels, order Priority Mail packaging and schedule free carrier pick up via the Postal Service’s shipping platform Click-NShip – www.usps.com/ship/ online-shipping.htm. Customers using the platform will have access to Commercial Shipping Rates that will apply to all domestic package labels – making it easier for customers to ship their packages. USPS is built for the holidays, serving 165 million addresses across the counMelrose Arts & Crafts Society News A fter a very rainy summer, the Melrose Arts & Crafts Society was back in business. Members of the Society worked on several ongoing projects at their last meeting: Teddy Bears, blankets and fidget mats. After a brief business discussion, the traditional Ice Cream Social was enjoyed by all. This past year members of the Society have been very busy. Close to 250 Teddy Bears were distributed to the Melrose-Wakefield Police and Fire Departments and the Malden charity Bread of Life. Over 50 blankets – knitted, sewn and crocheted – were also given to MelroseWakefield Hospital. A new project, fidget mats – around a dozen or so – were given to the Florence & Chafitz Memory Unit in Admiral Hill in Chelsea. The October Monthly meeting will be held on October 23 at First Baptist Church from 9:00 a.m. to noon. Classes are wire-wrapped pumpkins taught by Linda Camberlain and Fall Pins taught by Gerry Tremonte. The Society has members from 11 surrounding communities, and new members are also welcome. If interested, please call Dorothy Iudice at 781-662-2099. try and covering every state, city and town. Everyone living in the United States and its territories has access to postal products and services. Review the details on how to ship packages to military and diplomatic addresses at domestic prices, even if you are sending mail overseas. Notably, USPS is the only delivery service that ships to APO, FPO and DPO addresses. More tools and tips to help customers prepare for the busy holiday season can be found in the USPS Holiday Newsroom. Postal Products: Customers may purchase stamps and other philatelic products through the Postal Store at usps.com/shopstamps, by calling 844-7377826, by mail through USA Philatelic or at Post Office locations nationwide. For officially licensed stamp products, shop the USPS Officially Licensed Collection on Amazon. Vote Al Lattanzi for Ward 6 City Councilor RE-ELECT Al Lattanzi — Experience that Counts • Ward 6 City Councilor • Former Director Everett Credit Union. • Elected to Everett Charter Commission. • Member Everett Redevelopment Authority. • Member Everett Traffic Commission. • Owner Everett Supply & True Value Hardware Store on Main Street. • Married to Dolores Lattanzi. Proud father of Alfred and Matthew. PAID FOR AND AUTHORIZED BY CTE ALFRED LATTANZI ELECTION DAY – TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH Law Offices of JOSEPH D. CATALDO, P.C. • ESTATE/MEDICAID PLANNING • WILLS/TRUSTS/ESTATES • ESTATE TAX RETURNS • INCOME TAX PREPARATION • WEALTH MANAGEMENT • RETIREMENT PLANNING • ELDER LAW • MASS HEALTH APPLICATIONS 369 Broadway Everett, MA 02149 (617)381-9600 JOSEPH D. CATALDO, CPA, CMA, CFP, PFS, ESQUIRE Dear Neighbor, I’m running for re-election to Ward 6 City Council so together we can build on the progress we have made in our ward and city. If re-elected, I’ll continue to focus on neighborhood issues, so Ward 6 remains the vibrant, close-knit neighborhood we all cherish and call home. As long as I am your representative on the City Council, I’ll always fight for you and your family. I respectfully ask for your vote on Tuesday, November 7th . Thanks,

Page 8 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 Twenty-One Massachusetts immigrants honored for their contributions as entrepreneurs T 425r Broadway, Saugus Located adjacent to Kohls Plaza Route 1 South in Saugus at the intersection of Walnut Street We are on MBTA Bus Route 429 781-231-1111 We are a Skating Rink with Bowling Alleys, Arcade and two TV’s where the ball games are always on! 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Twenty-One Massachusetts business leaders were selected by community members as outstanding examples of the tremendous contributions of immigrant entrepreneurs as job creators, innovators and supporters of our communities. They founded businesses in 16 local communities, from Martha’s Vinyard to Westfield, and come from 15 different countries. A committee of experts in each area will review the nominations and choose a winner in each of four categories: growth, neighborhood, technology and life science. Winners will be announced at the Barry M. Portnoy Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards Benefit on Wednesday, November 8, 2023, at the Royal Sonesta Boston in Cambridge, Mass. More than a competition, these Awards send a message of gratitude to the international entrepreneurs who have chosen Massachusetts as their home and are a reminder that immigrants and refugees offer solutions to some of our most pressing issues. The 2023 Barry M. Portnoy Immigrant Entrepreneur Award Nominees: Business Growth According to data from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development, private employers increased their workforce by 2.3 percent from 2019 through 2022. The three nominees in the Business Growth category increased their number of full-time-equivalent employees by 18 to 233 percent. The nominees for the category of Business Growth are: Tonn Cao – from Vietnam – TCA Counseling Group in Boston Wendy Estrella – from Dominican Republic – Estrella Enterprises, LLC in Lawrence Chris & Lauriete Miller – from Brazil – Millers Professionals Co. in Oak Bluffs Neighborhood Business Small businesses are the lifeblood of many neighborhoods. They provide needed goods and services and are an important source of jobs. The nominees for the category of Neighborhood Business are: Luiz Thomaz DaCosta – from Brazil – Modular Concepts in Marlborough Grace Dias – from Portugal – Grace Group Realty, LLC in Ludlow Anu Gupta – from India – Immigration Desk Inc. in Newton Anna Janik – from Poland – Janik’s Pierogi Café in Westfield Maria Maria – from Dominican Republic – Los Mágicos Barbershop and Beauty Supply in Boston Phalla Nol – from Cambodia – Phalla’s Produce in Lowell Laila Pasha – from Pakistan – Alpha Dental in Somerville Jorge Marzuca Rosas – from Mexico – Whitemarz Farm in Lunenburg Tony Tavares – from Portugal – Villa Rose Restaurant & Catering in Ludlow Sonny Vo – from Vietnam – Chashu Ramen & Izakaya in Worchester Technology The nominees in the hightech category have each made remarkable contributions in their fields and to the American innovation economy. They are at the leading edge of the transition to clean energy, global supply chain efficiency, virtual reality and climate resiliency. The nominees for the category of Technology are: Shimon Elkabetz – from Israel – The Tomorrow Companies Inc. in Boston Krenar Komoni – from Republic of Kosovo – Tive, Inc. in Boston Ali Merchant – from India – iQ3Connect Inc. in Woburn Frank van Mierlo – from Netherlands – CubicPV in Bedford Life Science Immigrant entrepreneurs are a critical component to Massachusetts’s reputation as a leading life science ecosystem. These founders are making significant breakthroughs that impact the health and well-being of us all, from cell and genome engineering to early detection of public health threats for communities worldwide. The nominees for the category of Life Science are: Robert Ang – from Malaysia – Vor Bio in Cambridge Isabel Aznarez – from Uruguay – Stoke Therapeutics in Bedford Paulo Garcia – from Colombia – Kytopen in Cambridge Mariana Matus – from Mexico – Biobot Analytics in Cambridge About Barry M. Portnoy: Portnoy was the founder of The RMR Group, an alternative asset management company, and a founding board member of The ILC. As a consummate entrepreneur, he built businesses in multiple industries, employed thousands and contributed mightily to local economies. His steadfast support of The ILC gave thousands of immigrants a voice. Because of his unwavering belief in immigrants and the transformational impact of entrepreneurship, The ILC Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards were renamed after his death in 2018. About The Immigrant Learning Center, Inc.: The ILC, of Malden, Mass., is a nonprofit organization that gives immigrants a voice in three ways. The English Language Program provides free, yearround English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) classes to help immigrant and refugee adults in Greater Boston become successful workers, parents and community members. The Public Education Institute informs Americans about immigrants and immigration in the United States. 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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 Page 9 National Grid Launches $500,000 Small Business Impact Initiative to Empower Diverse Businesses Across Mass. W ALTHAM, MA – National Grid announced the launch of a three-year, $500,000 Small Business Impact Initiative in partnership with Amplify LatinX, The Asian Business Empowerment Council, the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts, and the Massachusetts LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Through this new initiative, National Grid will partner with these leading organizations to provide a total of 50 $10,000 capacity building grants over the next three years to help minority-owned small businesses across the Commonwealth grow, thrive, and contribute to the economic opportunity and vibrancy of our communities. In its fi rst year, the initiative aims to support 16 small businesses selected by the partner organizations. This partnership furthers National Grid’s commitment under our newly launched “Grid for Good” program to enable economic opportunity, especially for historically underrepresented communities. The company recognizes the immense value minority-owned businesses bring to our local communities as well as the challenges these businesses often face in accessing capital needed to expand, create jobs, and generate growth. Through this partnership, grantees will not only receive funding but also resources and support from the partnering business organizations to realize their goals. To apply, interested businesses must be affiliated with at least one of the partner organizations. The grants must be used to support the growth of operational capacity – such as purchasing equipment, leasing offi ce space, or improving effi ciencies among others. Each partner organization will select four grantees to receive funding. “The strength of our communities is directly linked to the success of our local businesses,” said Melissa Lavinson, Head of Corporate Affairs, New England at National Grid. “We recognize that small businesses are the economic engine of the 242 towns and cities we are privileged to serve across the Commonwealth. We know we have a responsibility to work with our communities to be a partner for progress and believe that joining forces with our partner business organizations to help grow the capacity of local, diverse businesses will have a transformative impact.” “At Amplify LatinX we are thrilled to partner with our sister organizations and with National Grid to support the transformation of 16 MBEs across the Commonwealth this year. We look forward to our continued collaboration with the goal of moving forward our region�s economy,� said Eneida Román, President & CEO of Amplify LatinX. “This collaboration represents a powerful commitment to our community’s growth and resilience,” said Q.J. Shi, Director of the Asian Business Empowerment Council at The Boston Foundation. “These grants will serve as a vital lifeline for many, supporting their entrepreneurial dreams and nurturing economic prosperity.” “Access to capital remains the primary business challenge for Black entrepreneurs,” said Nicole Obi, President and CEO at the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts. “This multi-year opportunity supports the operational capacity of our member fi rms and holds the potential to create a profound impact, not just within these enterprises but also within the very communities they call home. We are grateful for the shared commitment of our fellow community-serving partners and this partnership with National Grid.” “LGBTQ+ businesses are an important part of our Commonwealth’s economy, but far too often don’t have access to the same resources and capital. This capacity building grant from our partners at National Grid will help small businesses grow to new levels, which is not just good for their businesses, but also for our communities,” said Grace Moreno, Executive Director, Massachusetts LGBT Chamber of Commerce. This impact initiative is part of National Grid’s newly launched “Grid for Good” program, a larger companywide corporate responsibility and impact initiative that supports the communities we serve. 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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 Page 11 PROJECTS | FROM PAGE 1 $1,334,000 for a boathouse at Riverside Playground along the Malden River, approved by the Ways and Means Subcommittee on September 25; $1,000,000 for sidewalk and street repairs; $850,000 for Main Street improvements; $650,000 for a Parlin School exterior wall; $500,000 for High School elevators; another $500,000 for tot lot improvements, including the one at the Whittier School; $250,000 for locker room renovation at the Lafayette School and $200,000 to replace the Devens School gym fl oor. The Mayor’s Chief of Staff , Erin Deveney, called the projects “consistent with the city’s commitment to invest in education and infrastructure.” She called the various street and sidewalk improvements eff orts “to make sure Everett is a safe multi-modal community to accommodate motor vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists and others so everyone can share the streets and sidewalks in a safe manner.” The $1,663,800 includes $500,000 for painting in schools; $360,000 for repairs to the roof of the old High School, 548 Broadway, which is being used to house a preschool, among other things; $245,000 for police vehicles and $99,000 for inspectional services vehicles. Deveney said these items are being funded through the Capital Improvements program rather than the city operating budget. In School Committee news, the board unanimously voted to support the Thrive Act, pending State House legislation, to end use of the state Comprehensive Assessment System test (MCAS) as a graduation requirement for High School and develop an alternative method of assessment, at their meeting Monday, October 3. The matter was sponsored by member-at-large Samantha Lambert, who said the MCAS limits teaching because teachers teach-tothe-test and it discriminates against students from marginalized groups. The legislation is sponsored by the Mass. Teachers Association. “High stakes testing and the associated accountability measures have undermined our public education system for far too long,” their briefing on the matter reads. “Massachusetts is one of only eight states that ties its standardized testing to graduation, but there is no correlation between having a standardized graduation exam requirement and academic achievement. The punitive aspects of MCAS are especially detrimental to students with Individualized Education Plans, students learning English as a second language, students of color and students from groups that have been historically marginalized from an equitable and supportive education. “The bill would address these issues by replacing the MCAS graduation requirement with one that allows districts to certify they have satisfactorily completed coursework showing mastery of the skills, competencies and knowledge required by state standards and establishing a commission to create a new, whole-child system of assessing our schools, building on important experiments in our For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@advocatenews.net state and nation, which can be implemented in the coming years. “Passing An Act Empowering Students and Schools to Thrive means school and district evaluation and accountability requirements will focus on supporting locally led school improvement plans while still aligning with federal law; student learning and assessment will be re-oriented in a developmentally appropriate way that educates and supports the whole-child and the 30-year experiment with test, punish and privatize will end and students, communities and true learning will be front and center.”

Page 12 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 Commuter Rail Adding More October Service than Ever to and from Salem for Haunted Happenings Weekend service to and from Salem doubles for the month of October ALEM – The MBTA and Keolis Commuter Services (Keolis), the agency’s operating partner for Commuter Rail, today announced that train frequency will increase to two trains an hour to and from Salem during the month of October, which is the most weekend Commuter Rail service ever. This increase in service is to accommodate visitors to Salem during Haunted Happenings. The schedule is available online at MBTA. com/CR. “Salem is the place to be this S Halloween season for Haunted Happenings, and we’re ready to bring you there with more weekend Commuter Rail trips this October than we’ve ever offered before to and from Salem,” said MBTA General Manager and CEO Phillip Eng. “Mass transportation is a great way to travel, so leave the driving to us and enjoy Salem’s festivities in Witch City. Thank you to our partners at Keolis for their ability to provide more convenient service for the public with this great fall schedule.” “Commuter Rail is a safe, fast, and reliable alternative to driving. We invite everyone to take their journey to Salem on the Commuter Rail this Halloween season,” said Abdellah Chajai, CEO and General Manager of Keolis Commuter Services. “For Haunted Happenings, passengers will have four weekends of added service throughout October, in addition to the extended late-night service provided in the 2023 Fall/Winter schedule. Commuter Rail is the best option for arriving to Salem’s festivities and we encourage passengers to arrive early for boarding.” “Salem is a fun and vibrant city,” said Salem Mayor Dominick Pangallo. “Because we don’t have enough parking to accommodate the number of visitors who visit, though, we strongly encourage visitors to consider alternative ways to travel to our city. There will be an increase in Commuter Rail trains throughout the month of October, as well as passenger capacity on our ferry to and from Boston. So, this October, take the train, take the ferry, come by bike, or come by broom – but leave your car at home. You’ll have a much more enjoyable visit!” Last year during Haunted Happenings, weekend ridership on the Newburyport Rockport Line was the highest it has ever been, exceeding more than 400% of the pre-COVID ridership. For Haunted Happenings, there will be 10 more inbound trains from Salem to North Station, with at least 10 trains after 6 PM. There will also be eight additional outbound trains from North Station to Salem, and seven more outbound trains from Salem to Beverly. In the temporary Haunted Happenings schedule, passengers will have more fl exibility with trains arriving in Salem from North Station about every 40 minutes throughout the day. This year, in addition to the existing all-day service, the 2023 Fall/Winter schedule also saw the return of late-night service. This has been by far the most requested change among riders on all Commuter Rail lines. Passengers looking to attend evening events in Salem can benefi t from late weekday and weekend trains. In the Fall/Winter schedule, the last weekday outbound Lawrence A. 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For Indigenous People’s Day (Monday, October 9), we will operate regular Monday weekday service. Passengers can stay connected with Commuter Rail by calling customer service at 617-222-3200, following @MBTA_CR on X (formerly known as Twitter) or signing up for T-Alerts at mbta.com/ alerts. Keolis Commuter Services operates and maintains the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s commuter rail system, the sixth largest commuter rail operation in North America. KCS is a subsidiary of Keolis North America (KNA), both headquartered in Boston, and employs approximately 2,500 people throughout the region. KCS and KNA are part of Keolis Group, an innovative global leader in transit services with more than a century of passenger transportation experience and operations in 13 countries. For more information, visit mbta.com/CommuterRail, or connect with the T on X (the site formerly known as Twitter) @MBTA and @MBTA_CR, Facebook /TheMBTA, Instagram @ theMBTA, Threads @thembta, or TikTok @thembta. ~ Everett Public Libraries Calendar of Events ~ October 16–21, 2023 Parlin Adult and Teens Yarn Club: Parlin Fireplace Room, Tuesday, October 17, at 7 p.m. Come chit-chat and stitch! Bring your crocheting, knitting or any other yarn craft and sit and socialize with other members of the crafting community. Recommended for ages 14-109! Author Event with Professor Daniel Gagnon: Parlin Meeting Room, Wednesday, October 18, at 7:00 p.m. Professor Gagnon presents “A Salem Witch: The Trial, Execution, and Exoneration of Rebecca Nurse,” giving the fi rst full account of Nurse’s life, recreating seventeenth-century Salem, challenging previous interpretations of Nurse’s life and the 1692 witch hunt. Coffee and pastries will be provided by the Friends of the Everett Public Libraries. Connolly Center Book Group: Connolly Center Meeting Room, Thursday, October 19, at 12 p.m. We’ll discuss Jodi Picoult’s “Wish You Were Here.” Isolated in the Galápagos during the pandemic, a young woman wonders if she, too, will evolve into someone completely different. (Amazon). See Kathleen for copies on her twice monthly visits, or call the Parlin (617-394-2300) or Shute (617-394-2308) libraries. Parlin Children’s Combat Robotics: Parlin Meeting Room, Monday, October 16, from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Build a robot, engage in friendly combat and build some more! Presented by Guild Hall. Registration required; participants must be ages eight and up. Storytime with Vera: Parlin Children’s Room, Tuesday, October 17, at 12 p.m.; in English or Portuguese by request. Visit the Parlin Library Children’s Room to attend! Suggested ages: two to six. Chess Club: Parlin Fireplace Room, Wednesday, October 18, from 3-5 p.m. Play, learn and practice chess! All ages and skill levels are welcome – no registration required. Call 617-394-2300 with any questions. Puppet Story Time: Parlin Meeting Room, Thursday, October 19, at 10:30 a.m. Through Me To You Puppetry invites you to join Newton and the gang for Puppet Story Time! Newton and his puppet friends take turns reading stories and singing songs with the kids. At the end of the 30-minute show, the kids are invited to say hi to Newton and give him a high-fi ve. They can even stay after the show to play with some of Newton’s puppets during a hands-on Puppet Free Play session! Register for the story time online today at bit.ly/EVECal Friday Family Movie Night! Parlin Meeting Room. Friday, October 20, at 3 p.m. Break out the popcorn! Come and watch “Casper” with your friends and family. Shute Adult and Teens Wingmasters: The World of Owls: Shute Meeting Room, Tuesday, October 17, at 5:30 p.m. Join us at the Shute Memorial Library for a program that will teach you the history of owls. You will learn a wealth of facts and folklore about these masters of the night – explaining the natural and unnatural history of owls. A variety of live North American owls provides the focus of this presentation. This program is only available for ages six and up. Please do not bring children younger than six years of age. Registration is required for all individuals. Resume Writing: Shute Adult Department. Do you need help sprucing up an old resume or creating a new one? Sign up for a 30-minute session at both the Parlin and Shute Libraries. By appointment only; please call 617-394-2302 for the Parlin Library and 617-394-2308 for the Shute Library to register for an appointment. Computer Basics 101: Shute Adult Department. Not familiar with the computer? Learn the basics: how to start up and shut down a computer, perform mouse and keyboard functions, use applications, learn Microsoft Word, navigate the Internet, set up an email account, and more! By appointment only; please call 617-394-2302 for the Parlin Library and 617394-2308 for the Shute Library to register.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 Page 13 Tide girls’ soccer wallops Chelsea to snap four-game losing streak Everett preps to host non-league Reading Monday to begin brand new week By Joe McConnell Besides Garcia’s two goals, A fter dropping two straight games last week to Medford (4-1) and Malden (2-1), the Everett High School girls’ soccer team (4-7) bounced back nicely on Tuesday to beat Chelsea going away, 9-1. The win over the Red Devils broke a four-game losing streak. “We started the game very flat (versus Chelsea), but we began to roll once we scored the first goal,” said coach Dom Persuitte. Emilia Maria-Babcock ignited the attack against Chelsea with a goal assisted by Yelsa Garcia, who later scored two of her own to lead the way. Maria Silvestri setup one of her two tallies, while Layla Cardona helped out on the other marker. she was also a major player in assisting her teammates on offense. Garcia provided an assist on Cardona’s rocket shot past the Chelsea keeper. Luna Sepulveda Maselli worked tirelessly throughout, before finally finding the back of the net after a Chelsea turnover. “She played the entire game, not giving up once,” said Persuitte. “We also capitalized off Chelsea misplays a handful of times that allowed Emilia Maria-Babcock and Gabby Lones to score goals,” added the Everett coach. “Lones also helped out in the second half of the game on the left-side wing. Besides scoring her first goal of the season, she also assisted on a goal by freshman Marianna Rodriguez, who is on the rise (as a future star).” Shyann Ambersley recorded her first career varsity goal during the team’s offensive onslaught. She was also credited with three shots on the net. Layla Leles stepped up big on the wing, never giving up, while constantly going after the ball, according to the coach, who also said that midfielder Khadijia Moutaouakkii played outstanding soccer in this game, as she continually pursued the ball and winning most 50/50 opportunities. Alondra Flores controlled the game’s flow to help secure the triumph, added the coach. Garcia scored the lone goal against Medford assisted by Cardona. Maria-Babcock played lights out in her new role on defense, controlling the ball in every aspect of the game. Laura Sanchez played her final game as a goalkeeper after sustaining a broken thumb during the match. Despite the injury, she was phenomenal in net, turning away at least 10 shots, while only conceding four, according to Persuitte. She also stopped one of two penalty kicks. The Malden game went back and forth, with the Golden Tornadoes striking first. “We missed a few opportunities at the beginning of the first half, which could have swayed the game our way,” said Persuitte. Maria-Babcock accounted for Everett’s lone goal from Garcia, whose initial shot hit the crossbar, but her teammate was right there to put home the rebound. “The entire team turned in a solid effort from backup goalie Kaylee Velasques to veterans Aldrona Flores, Shyann Amberlys, Yelsa Garcia and Layla Cardona,” said Persuitte. “The defense really stood out, with Shyann leading the way alongside Casey Martinez, Glediy Tejada and Sofia Arana-Quintanilla. Freshman Kayla Andrade played well on the wing in just her second varsity game.” The Everett girls have since gone up against Revere on Oct. 12 after press deadline, before getting ready to host non-league Reading on Monday (Oct. 16) at 7-Acres, beginning at 4:30 p.m. They will then be taking on host Lynn English at Lynn’s Manning Field the next day, starting at 5:30 p.m. \ ~ Vote Tuesday, November 7th ~ James A. Mastrocola Ward 4 School Committee As your School Committe Rep, I will... * Hold administrators accountable to parents for transparency & curriculum. * Ensure the safety & security of all students so they can focus on their studies. * Be fully committed to the vision of high expectations for student achievement. For a Ride to the Polls, Call: (972) 273-0211 Informed, Conscientious & Accessible For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@advocatenews.net (Paid Pol. Adv.)

Page 14 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 5th D Annual Walk for Ersilia Honors Memory of Domestic Violence Victim By Tara Vocino omestic violence victim and Kiwanis Club member Ersilia Matarazzo was remembered during Saturday’s 5th Annual Walk for Ersilia around Glendale Park. Rocco Luongo won the 50-50 raffle, which was worth approximately $10,000, with money raised going towards volunteering and combating domestic violence. Ersilia was tragically killed in 2018. Orange Rose Foundation members, shown from left to right: Joseph Buscaino, Marlene Zizza, Gina Maniscalco, Anthony Cucuzza, Ersilia Bella Cucuzza, Amata Cucuzza, Giuseppe Cataldo, Elvira Cataldo, Anthony Cataldo, Adriana Carbo, Erminia Buscaino, Josephine Cerasuolo, Marc Cerasuolo and Tricia LaRocca. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) Victim Advocate Wendy Murphy, Esq. took her chance at a “comping and lodge cozy” raffle basket during the Walk for Ersilia event at the Recreation Center on Saturday. State Senator Sal DiDomenico said Ersilia was one of the first people he met when he came to Everett, adding that we need more Ersilias. Key Club members, shown from right to left: Kayleigh McMahon, Carlos Coelho, Murielle Campo, Milena Antonio, Tanessa Duvilaire, Sonia Flores, Lais Antonio, Evelyn Flores-Reyes, Anthony Masucci, Victoria Rodrigues, Isabella Barbosa, Natalia Ruiz, Kierstyn Carapellucci, Emma Perry, Brooklynn LaMonica and Justine Lynch with Ersilia’s daughter, Amata Cucuzza. Shown from left to right: State Representative Joseph McGonagle, Gianni DeAngelo-Dunn, Marlene Zizza, Ward 2 Councillor Stephanie Martins, Geri Miranda, Joanne Paris, Attorney Wendy Murphy, Giuseppe Cataldo, Elvira Cataldo, Erminia Buscaino, Gina Maniscalco, Adriana Carbo, Josephine Cerasuolo and State Senator Sal DiDomenico. State Representative Joseph McGonagle said he will fight for domestic violence awareness in the legislature. Everett High Key Club members, shown from left to right: Kierstyn Carapellucci, Brooklyn LaMonica, Emma Perry and Justine Lynch – inside the Photo Booth – said they came to combat domestic violence. Attorney Wendy Murphy, Esq. recalled those lives that were impacted for the better thanks to Ersilia. Team Portal To Hope, shown from left to right: Top row: Nita Yung, Holly Garcia, Joseph Faulstich, Liane Mann and Kristie Bernard; bottom row: Michelle Kerrins, Marni Gallagher and Balán Braxton. Marlene Zizza read a statement on behalf of Mayor Carlo DeMaria, who wasn’t feeling well. The Cataldo/Matarazzo family took a fun photo. Saint Anthony’s Parish Rev. Kiet Cao prayed for Ersilia. Ward 4 City Councillor candidate and Portal To Hope member Holly Garcia (second from left) walked with her Portal To Hope teammates.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 Page 15 5th Annual Walk for Ersilia Honors Memory of Domestic Violence Victim The Cataldo/Matarazzo Family, shown from left to right: Front row: nieces and nephews Joseph Cataldo, Julia Cataldo and Milana Cerasuolo; middle row: nephew Michael Buscaino, niece Vera Buscaino, niece Rosalla Buscaino, nephew Martino Carbo, mother Elvira Cataldo, father Giuseppe Cataldo, niece Elvira Maniscalco, sister Amy Buscaino, granddaughter Ersilia Bella Cucuzza, daughter Amata Cucuzza, sister Josephine Cerasuolo, sister Gina Maniscalco, nephew Alex Cataldo and sister-in-law Silvia Cataldo; back row: sister Maria Pagliuca, niece Giusi Maniscalco, family friend Andrew Russ, brother-in-law Joe LaRocca, nephew Leonardo LaRocca, sister Tricia LaRocca, niece Sabrina Carbo, nephews Silvestro Maniscalco, Marco Carbo and Anthony Carbo, brother-in-law Anthony Carbo, sister Adriana Carbo, brother-in-law Joseph Buscaino, son Carmine Matarazzo, son-in-law Anthony Cucuzza, son Joey Matarazzo, brothers-in-law Marc Cerasuolo and Andrew Maniscalco and brother Anthony Cataldo. Ersilia Bella, 8 months, and her mother/Ersilia’s daughter, Amata Cucuzza, kicked off the walk. Emcee Josephine Cerasuolo, Di rector of the Orange Rose Foundation, said their organization is based in Everett. Orange Rose Foundation President and Ersilia’s sister Erminia Buscaino said the walk remembers Ersilia’s volunteerism. Family friends Martin, Blaine, Mateo and Luca Carbo walked together.

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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 Page 17 Tide football throttles Revere to secure fourth straight win Everett, now ranked 16th By Joe McConnell A fter dropping a close opening night game to nonleague host Xaverian, 32-21, the Everett High School football team (4-1), under the direction of first-year head coach Justin Flores, has rattled off four in a row, including last Friday night’s thrashing of host Revere, 48-6. In just one week, the Crimson Tide have climbed four spots in the MIAA (Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association) Division 1 power rankings to 16th in the D-1 power rankings, hosts Medford tonight at 6 p.m. Meet the Everett High School Crimson Tide Varsity Football Cheerleaders place, as of Oct. 10. The top 16 clubs in the division – with at least three wins – make the playoffs that begin next month. Needham is currently on top with a 4-1 record. Lincoln-Sudbury (4-1), St. John’s Prep (5-0), Xaverian (3-2) and Methuen (41) round out the top five. The game against the Patriots was pretty much over by halftime after the visitors racked up 34 unanswered points. The Everett boys tacked on two more touchdowns in the second half, one each in both the third and fourth quarters, to complete the onslaught. The team obviously didn’t suffer any letdowns after edging BC High (4-1, eighth ranked in Division 1) in a thriller the previous week, 35-34, and the coach was pleased about that. “It shows that we have a mature team that knows how to take care of business, no matter who is the opponent,” Flores said. Shown back row, from left to right; Rileigh Kenney, Ashley Seward, Rebecca Hickey, Evellyn Nunes, Capt. Ana Luiza Silva, Ava Goodwin, Lilly Odiari, Alexa Uga, Kierstyn Carapelluci, and Leosmary Perez. Shown front row, same order: Olivia Dresser, Jackeline Salvador, Angelina Papa, Sarah Tiberri, Emma Perry, Justine Lynch, Katelyn Peralta, and Danica Pham. Quarterback Carlos Rodrigues (10/10 for 200 passing yards, 2 TDs; 4 rushing yards, 1 TD) was the Tide’s offensive leader. On defense, the Everett front seven stood out for the coach. They didn’t allow many rushing yards, while holding Revere to just one touchdown very late in the game. Rodrigues hooked up with Jayden Prophete (1 carry for 15 yards; 3 catches for 63 yards, 1 TD) for a 22-yard first quarter scoring strike to ignite the offense. Damien Lackland (11 carries for 122 yards, 2 TDs) completed another drive in the opening stanza on a one-yard run through the line. Lackland then showed off his speed in the second quarter with a 52-yard burst to the endzone. Domenic Papa (1 reception for 25 yards, 1 TD) was on the receiving end of a 25yard touchdown pass from Rodrigues later on in the period. Rodrigues then closed out the first half with a four-yard run to paydirt. Jeremiah Clark (2 carries for 10 yards, 1 TD; 2/2 for 62 receiving yards) scored Everett’s third quarter touchdown after running the final eight yards for six points. Running back Manny Santiago (10 carries for 48 yards, 1 TD) accounted for the fourth quarter touchdown on a short two-yard run. Matt Lamonica (1 carry, 12 yards), Jaysaun Coggins (3 receptions, 33 yards), Elijah Lassiter (2 receptions, 76 yards) and Jonathan Vasquez (1 reception, 4 yards) also contributed to the Everett offense against Revere. The Tide will now host league rival Medford (3-2) tonight (Oct. 13) at Everett Stadium, starting at 6 p.m., and Flores expects a competitive game. “(Medford) are going to be a tough team that does multiple things on the offensive side of the ball. They can spread it out and throw it or they can get under center in the I-formation and (run it up the middle),” the coach said. “On defense, they will look to stack the box to stop the run or play man in passing situations. But we will continue to play our game, while also limiting their explosive plays. But we must connect on ours.” Everett field hockey blanks Revere to secure first GBL win A fter the game against Peabody on Oct. 3, firstyear Everett High School field hockey coach Sabrina Wright switched around her lineup, and it paid immediate dividends, when the Crimson Tide (1-0 in the Greater Boston League, 2-8 overall) shutout Revere, 2-0 the very next day to earn their first Greater Boston League (GBL) win. In that Peabody game, the locals lost, 3-0 in what was really a good, hard-fought game, according to Wright. Ricky Contreras was the MVP in this game. “(Contreras) is our junior captain, and he was hungry for a goal and was working hard to get it,” said Wright. “He didn’t end up getting one, but I can feel his energy from the sideline.” His effort might have inspired mates to victory. Goalie Willins Julien was the those aforementioned lineup changes the next day against Revere. “After our loss on Tuesday to Peabody, I switched around our formations on the field, and it was probably one of my best coaching decisions I made all season long,” Wright said. “This was a beautifully played game by everyone. They were all doing the right things, and it showed because we came out on top to secure our first league win.” Jonathan Scoletti and Cephas Orleus netted the two Everett goals to help propel their teamTeam MVP in this game. “It can be argued that Willins is the MVP in every game, because he’s out there saving 20 to 30 shots per game,” said Wright. “But I wanted to wait for the perfect game to be able to name him MVP, and it was this game. We not only won it, but it was also his first shutout in goal. I was so happy for him, and it was so well-deserved.” The Tide has since gone up against Malden on Oct. 11 after Crimson Tide gets ready to celebrate Senior Day next Wednesday against non-league Northeast Voke By Joe McConnell press deadline. They will then take on non-league host Greater Lowell Monday, Oct. 16, at 4:30 p.m., before heading home to host non-league Northeast Voke on Senior Day two days later, Oct. 18, at 7-Acres/Rivergreen, starting at 5 p.m.

Page 18 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 BUDGET | FROM PAGE 3 • 100,000 for a second chance program – administered by the city’s Department of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion – to enable the city to establish programs to help Everett residents recently released from ~ Legal Notice ~ MORTGAGEE’S NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a certain mortgage and security agreement given by Ronaldo D. Maia and Peter Alfe, Trustees of the 2M Realty Trust u/d/t dated January 12, 2001, and recorded with the Middlesex County South District Registry of Deed in Book 32236, Page 515, dated July 12, 2018, and recorded in the Middlesex County Southern District Registry of Deeds in Book 71306, Page 326, of which mortgage the undersigned, Salem Five Cents Savings Bank, is the present holder, for breach of the conditions of said mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing the same will be sold at Public Auction at 11:00 A.M. on the 8th day of November 2023, on the mortgaged premises known and numbered 189 Eastern Avenue, Malden, Massachusetts, all and singular the premises described in said mortgage, to wit: The land, with buildings and improvements thereon, known as 189 Eastern Avenue, Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, which land is further described as being two parcels numbered Lot #12 and #11 on a “Plan of House Lots in Malden Centre, belonging to William B. Stearns” drawn by C.L. Stevenson, dated May 12, 1859, and recorded in the Middlesex South Registry of Deeds, Book 9, Plan 2. Said lots are bound and collectively described as follows: NORTHERLY on Eastern Avenue one hundred seven (107.0’) feet; EASTERLY by Lot #10 on said Plan one hundred twenty-seven and 22/100 (127.22’) feet; SOUTHERLY by Lot #20, now or formerly of Jones, one hundred seven (107.0’) feet; and WESTERLY on Wyeth Street one hundred twenty-seven and 22/100 (127.22’) feet. Containing approximately 13,611 square feet of land. Said land is being conveyed subject to any easements of record and further subject to an easement contained in a deed from John M. Lungo and Deborah M. Lungo to Philip Oddo dated April 12th and 14th, 1989 and recorded with said Deeds at Book 19764, Page 486. The premises to be sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, easements, covenants, restrictions, buildings and zoning laws, improvements, unpaid taxes, tax titles, water bills, municipal liens and assessments, rights of tenants and parties in possession, mortgages, existing encumbrances, and all other claims in the nature of liens now existing or hereafter arising, having priority over the Mortgage, if any there be. The premises shall also be sold subject to the right of redemption of the United States of America, if any there be. TERMS OF SALE: Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000.00) will be required to be paid by certified check or bank cashier’s check made payable to the Mortgagee at the time and place of sale as a deposit. The balance is to be paid to the Mortgagee by certified check or by bank cashier’s check within thirty (30) days after the sale at the Law Office of F. Robert Allison, Attorney at Law, 447 Boston Street, Suite 9, Topsfield, Massachusetts. Time is of the essence. A deed will be provided to the purchaser for recording upon receipt in full of the purchase price. The successful bidder shall be required to sign a Memorandum of Sale at the Auction Sale. The Mortgagee reserves the right to postpone the sale to a later date by public proclamation at the time and date appointed for the sale and to further postpone at any adjourned sale date by public proclamation at the time and date appointed for the adjourned sale date. The description for the premises contained in said mortgage shall control in the event of a typographical error in this publication. OTHER TERMS, IF ANY, TO BE ANNOUNCED AT THE SALE. DATE: 10/03/23 SALEM FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK, Present holder of said Mortgage, By its attorney, F. ROBERT ALLISON, ESQUIRE 447 Boston Street, Suite 9 Topsfield, MA 01983 (978) 740-9433 October 13, 20, 27, 2023 state or county facilities to re-establish themselves in the community by mitigating the greatest risks of recidivism • $100,000 for the mitigation of food insecurity in an ongoing effort with the planning department through the provision of fresh and local produce to low-to-moderate-income families at no cost through existing partnerships with About Fresh, Inc., Everett Community Growers, Inc., the Everett food policy council, local farms and both privately funded and publicly funded food pantries • $100,000 for the Everett Fire Department for a computer-aided dispatch program for the fire alarm dispatch center ~ Help Wanted ~ MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN Tuesday - Saturday Combined Properties is a full-service investment and real estate development firm specializing in commercial and multi-family residential properties. The Maintenance Technician will be based at our residential properties in Malden, MA. The schedule is Tuesday through Saturday with on-call rotations. Responsibilities include completion of work orders, preventative maintenance, and unit turnovers. The successful candidate will have basic knowledge of plumbing, electrical, appliance repair, carpentry, and HVAC. Must have excellent communication skills and have a strong customer service philosophy. Previous apartment maintenance experience is preferred. Combined Properties is an equal employment opportunity employer. Please submit your resume to: Sdaly@combinedproperties.com. For more information, call 781-388-0338. CITY OF EVERETT - LEGAL NOTICE - ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 484 BROADWAY, ROOM 24 EVERETT, MASSACHUSETTS 02149 To Whom It May Concern: This notice is to inform you that there will be a Special Metting held on Monday, October 23, 2023 at 5:00 PM, Everett City Hall, 3rd Floor George Keverian Hearing Room. All interested parties may attend and opinions will be heard regarding the following petition. Whereas a petition has been presented by: Property Address: Map/Parcel: 37 Arlington St. M0-08-000038 Person Requesting: Mr. Yesenia Stewart 37 Arlington St. Everett, MA 02149 PROPOSAL: Add a second-floor addition Reason for Denial: The existing structure is nonconforming as to side setback requirements, pursuant to the Everett Zoning Ordinance, Section 4.6.A (requiring a side setback of 4 feet) where 1 foot is existing. The proposal will increase the nonconforming nature of the structure. Accordingly, a special permit from the Zoning Board of Appeals is required in accordance with Section 3.C of the Zoning Ordinance. Mary Gerace - Chairman Roberta Suppa - Clerk of Board of Appeals October 06, 13, 2023

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 Page 19 In Loving Memory of William F. Penney, Sr. ~ 7th Anniversary ~ Dec. 1, 1933 — Oct. 15, 2016 Joseph H. Azzolino Donna M. (Burke) Yeo L ifelong resident of Everett, Donna entered eternal rest as a lunch mother at the school and participating in all of the Church events, especially the Christmas Bazaar. Her greatest love and enjoyment in life was being a grandmother to her 3 grandchildren. She would make OBITUARIES | SEE PAGE 23 OBITUARIES A New Day, A New Year, A New Time, A New Place. There Are So Many Moments I Still See Your Face. We Eat, We Sleep We Laugh, We Cry. It’s Amazing How Fast, Seven Years Have Gone By. Out Last Face to Face, Was In Unit 707. Today, We Still Talk, Only You Are In Heaven. I Love You & Miss You, Billy. Jr. O f Everett. Sadly, our brother Joey (72) passed away peacefully this week. He was a lifelong Everett resident and a beloved brother to Rosemarie Gigante and her husband Vinny, Frances Paci, Michael Azzolino and wife Doreen, Elizabeth Castor, and brother-inlaw Sal Paci. He was also a beloved Uncle to many nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. In his earlier years he worked as a welder and later in landscape maintenance. Joey was a character and always ready for a laugh, we will surely miss him and he will always be in our hearts. May you rest in peace Brother Joe Services will be private for family only. on Monday evening, October 9, 2023 at her home, in the care of her loving family. She was 67 years of age. Born in Chelsea, she is the daughter of the late John C. and Frances (Trioli) Burke. Donna was a graduate of St. Rose High School in Chelsea, Class of 1974. In addition to being a dedicated homemaker and wife, she was an administrator assistant at the Massachusetts Water Resource Authority (MWRA) in Chelsea. She dedicated 23 years of service with the company, before retiring this past July. Donna was a late parishioner of Our Lady of Grace Church in Chelsea. She enjoyed volunteering her time

Page 20 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 1. On Oct. 13, 1675, the Mass. Council ordered that all Christian Indians be removed to what island (now a peninsula in Boston) during King Philip’s War? 2. The creator of the Mars candy bar was inspired by what candy bar created by his father? 3. What is Africa’s largest lake? 4. On Oct. 14, 2002, 14 Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus elephants were walked across what local bridge to test it? 5. What song is based on the 1893 Kentucky schoolteachers’ song “Good Morning to All”? 6. In what decade was instant ramen created: 1920s, 1930s or 1950s? 7. On Oct. 15, 1972, who attended a World Series game including a 25th anniversary commemoration of his breaking the baseball “color line”? LEGAL NOTICE City of Everett PLANNING BOARD 484 BROADWAY EVERETT, MA 02149 8. According to Guinness World Records, in August 2023, a father-daughter pair traveled in France to create the world’s largest GPS drawing of a heart by what transport method? 9. What activity that starts with a B will be a new sport at the 2024 Olympics in Paris? 10. On Oct. 16, 1847, what author (with the pseudonym Currer Bell and a real name that includes a double dot) published “Jane Eyre”? 11. What “king” bird breed at the Edinburgh Zoo was named Major General Sir Nils Olav III? 12. Exeter Cathedral in England has a 16th-century door hole thought to be for what? 13. On Oct. 17, 1979, what Roman Catholic female was awarded the Nobel Prize? 14. How are “The Sorcerer,” “The Mikado” and “The Yeomen of the Guard” similar? 15. Where is the UN’s international court of justice? 16. What is known as REM sleep? 17. On Oct. 18, 1926, what American who had hits with “Maybellene,” “Roll Over Beethoven” and “Johhny B. Goode” was born? 18. What does the “octo” in octothorpe (the name of the hashtag symbol [#]) refer to? 19. What 1968 Beatles album has the song “Birthday”? 20. On Oct. 19, 1987, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had its largest one-day percentage drop – what percent: 11, 23 or 30? - LEGAL NOTICE - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Docket No. MI23P5005GD Middlesex Probate and Family Court 10-U Commerce Way Woburn MA, 01801 In the interests of: LEGAL NOTICE EVERETT PLANNING BOARD PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Public Hearing on a Proposed Zoning Amendment Section 33 – “Commercial Triangle Economic Development District” – of the City of Everett Zoning Ordinance The Everett Planning Board will conduct a public hearing on Monday, November 13, 2023 at 6:00PM in the Speaker George Keverian Room (Room 37, Everett City Hall) to consider a proposed Amendment to Section 33 of the City of Everett Zoning Ordinance. This proposed amendment is as follows: To amend Section 33(E)(1), “Uses Allowed by Right”, to add a new subsection 33(E)(1)(f) – “Multifamily residential developments; provided that the maximum building height is 3-stories, or thirty-five (35) feet.” To amend Section 33(E)(2), “Uses allowed by special permit from the planning board”, to delete the existing 33(E)(2)(a) – “Multifamily residential developments; provided, that the minimum density of such a development shall be fifty (50) units per acre, which density requirement shall be prorated based upon the size of the development parcel.” In making this change, all subsequent existing subsections shall be re-sequenced [33(E)(2)(b) shall be re-sequenced to 33(E)(2)(a); 33(E)(2)(c) shall be re-sequenced to 33(E)(2)(b), etc.]. To amend Section 33(F) “Dimensional Requirements”, (5) “Height” by adding the following bolded language to the existing language: “Height. Multifamily (non-mixed-use) residential developments shall be limited to a maximum height of thirty-five (35) feet. All other buildings shall be limited to a maximum of eighty-five (85) feet. Other structures on the roof shall not count towards the height unless the area of such structures exceeds thirty-three percent (33%) of the area of the roof or any enclosed structure or mechanical equipment exceeds twelve (12) feet in height. The height of any building may be increased to a maximum of one hundred (100) feet upon the grant of a special permit.” All persons interested in or wishing to be heard on the proposals may attend and participate in person. This proposed amendment, along with all other projects to be discussed at the meeting, can be found on the posted Agenda at the following link: http://www.cityofeverett.com/AgendaCenter. Questions and comments can be directed in advance of the public hearing to Matt Lattanzi of the Department of Planning & Development at Matt.Lattanzi@ci.everett.ma.us or 617-394-2230. Frederick Cafasso Chairman October 13, 20, 2023 PEDRO De CARVALHO VIANA Of Everett, MA Minor NOTICE AND ORDER: PETITION FOR APPOINTMENT OF GUARDIAN OF A MINOR NOTICE TO ALL INTERESTED PARTIES 1. Hearing Date/Time: A hearing on a Petition for Appointment of Guardian of a Minor filed on 09/26/2023 by Luziane Erispim De Carvalho of Everett, MA will be held 10/26/2023 08:40 AM Guardianship of Minor Hearing located 10-U Commerce Way Woburn MA 018012. Response to Petition: You may respond by filing a written response to the Petition or by appearing in person at the hearing. If you choose to file a written response, you need to: File the original with the Court; and Mail a copy to all interested parties at least five (5) business days before the hearing. 3. Counsel for the Minor: The minor (or an adult on behalf of the minor) has the right to request that counsel be appointed for the minor. 4. Counsel for Parents: If you are a parent of the minor child who is the subject of this proceeding you have a right to be represented by an attorney. If you want an attorney and cannot afford to pay for one and if you give proof that you are indigent, an attorney will be assigned to you. Your request for an attorney should be made immediately by filling out the Application of Appointment of Counsel form. Submit the application form in person or by mail at the court location where your case is going to be heard. 5. Presence of the Minor at Hearing: A minor over age 14 has the right to be present at any hearing, unless the Court finds that it is not in the minor’s best interests. THIS IS A LEGAL NOTICE: An important court proceeding that may affect your rights has been scheduled. If you do not understand this notice or other court papers, please contact an attorney for legal advice. Date: September 27, 2023 TARA E. DeCRISTOFARO Register of Probate October 13, 2023 ANSWERS 1. Deer Island 2. Milky Way 3. Victoria 4. Zakim Bridge 5. “Happy Birthday to You” 6. 1950s (1958) 7. Jackie Roosevelt Robinson 8. Bicycle (1,343 miles) 9. Breakdancing 10. Charlotte Brontë 11. King penguin 12. Cats 13. Mother Teresa 14. They are Gilbert & Sullivan operas 15. The Hague in the Netherlands 16. Rapid Eye Movement (more brain activity) 17. Chuck Berry 18. The eight points of the lines in the symbol. 19. “The Beatles” 20. 23

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 Page 21 OFFERING | FROM PAGE 3 sea St.) or Everett City Hall (484 Broadway) during the following times: Connolly Center – Mondays: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Tuesdays and Thursdays: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.; Wednesdays: 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.; Fridays: 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Everett City Hall – Mondays and Thursdays: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. If you think you will be unable to submit the application during these time frames, additional times may be available by appointment only. Applications will not be taken over the phone. Before arriving to submit your application, you must have: · Proof of residence in the City of Everett · Income verifi cation · Birth certificates for children under the age of 18 · Please wear a mask For more information, please call 617-394-2270 or email Director of Elder Services Dale Palma at Dale.Palma@ci.everett.ma.us or Health and Human Services Equity Access Offi cer Antoinette Octave Blanchard at Antoinette. Octave.Blanchard@ci.everett. ma.us. - LEGAL NOTICE - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Probate and Family Court 10-U Commerce Way Woburn, MA 01801 (781) 865-4000 Docket No. MI22P2032EA Estate of: CARMINE ROCCO Date of Death: 03/07/2020 CITATION ON PETITION FOR ORDER OF COMPLETE SETTLEMENT A petition for Order of Complete Settlement has been filed by Carmine Navarro of Everett, MA requesting that the court enter a formal Decree of Complete Settlement including the allowance of a final account and other such relief as may be requested in the Petiton. IMPORTANT NOTICE You have the right to obtain a copy of the Petition from the Petitioner or at the Court. You have a right to object to this proceeding. To do so, you or your attorney must file a written appearance and objection at this Court before: 10:00 a.m. on the return day of 11/02/2023. This is NOT a hearing date, but a deadline by which you must file a written appearance and objection if you object to this proceeding. If you fail to file a timely written appearance and objection followed by an affidavit of objections within thirty (30) days of the return day, action may be taken without further notice to you. WITNESS, Hon. Maureen H. Monks, First Justice of this Court. Date: October 05, 2023 TARA E. DeCRISTOFARO REGISTER OF PROBATE October 13, 2023 LIKE US ON FACEBOOK ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER FACEBOOK.COM/ADVOCATE.NEWS.MA ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF CHECKS ISSUED BY THE CITY OF EVERETT, WHICH HAVE NOT BEEN CASHED AND ARE DEEMED ABANDONED: ALAS ABREGO VERONICA LISSETH ALASMEJIA LUIS ANTONIO ANDREWS JARED AHKEEM Andy Dang ARAUJO MARCOS PEREIRA AVELAR-RIVAS EDWIN OMAR B.M.I. 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MACKENZIE WILLIAMJ III, WILLI MANAN DHAR RAJU MESHESHA GETACHEW W NASCIMENTO DANIELA RODRIGUE NEARY JAMES P NERI MICHELE LIMA NEW ENGLAND COPY SPECIALISTS INC. Nordel Photographers Inc. Oliveira Da Silv Clezio OLIVEIRA DIOGO SILV Orcel Kayla Bianka Pursuant to MGL 200A Sec. 9, the following is a list of names and addresses of persons who have been issued a check by the City of Everett, which has not been cashed and is deemed abandoned. Information about each check may be obtained by a person expressing an interest in the check by addressing an inquiry to Monica C. Ford, Treasurer, City of Everett, 484 Broadway, Everett, MA 02149, 617-394-2315. October 13, 2023 PADILLA MARCIAS ROSA E PANTHA YUV Patrick M Falkowsi RAMOS WILFREDD ALEXANDE REBECCA S. JACOBS Repl.It, Inc. Richard C Boyd RICHARD RALPHTON Robert A Miller ROBERT BATES, INC ROBSON DAMATA PEREIRA ROLLINS JR JR JAME L Russell Margaret P Santana Zildenice SARAH HERRMAN SCHMITT ELIZABETH M SHRESTHA MANISHA SOS SEAL COATING INC. STAPLES THE OFFICE SUPER STORE TEJADE MALDONADO LUIS JORGE Urias Gloria D Valle Melara Pedro A Vehicle Assest Universal Leasing Trust VICTORIA SERVICES INC. VILOS NOVAS FILOMENA DEPAULA Ward Peter A Wilson Gregory ZELAYA PACHECO CHRISTIAN MISAEL Alexandra Mena Perez ANDREW ROSEN Britta Ashman Brookelyn Acevedo Christina Charles David Decourcy Deborah Perez Frank Jerry Emile Jean Pierre Jessica Forbes Jessica Lemus June Hickey Kiara Cordero Kimberly Ferrante Laura Evans Leonard Machado Lynley Paratore Maeve Kernan Maria D’Angelo Maria Moraes Mary Berbaum Mass Teachers Credit union Michael Blake Nicholas Erban Nicholas Raczynski Nicolle Petrucci Nureini Mohamed Riley Dunn Theresa Shalsi TREVOR LALIBERTE Zachary Turcotte

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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 Page 23 OBITUARIES | FROM PAGE 19 them peanut butter and fl uff sandwiches, fried dough and her favorite was making an Italian gravy for Sunday dinner. She will be greatly missed and remembered by all who loved her. Donna is the beloved wife of John P. Yeo of Everett, with whom she shared 49 years of marriage. She is the devoted mother of Scott P. Yeo and Nicole M. Singleton, both of Everett. Dear sister of William Burke and his wife June of FL, Atty. John C. Burke, Jr. of Manchester by the Sea and the late Joan Ann Oberle. Cherished grandmother of Monica Yeo of Everett and her significant other Matthew Rota, Scarlett and Grace Singleton, both of NH. Dear aunt of Suzanne Payne of Reading and Lisa Oberle of NH. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend Donna’s visiting hours in the Carafa Family Funeral Home, 389 Washington Ave. Chelsea on Friday, October 13, 2023 from 4:00 – 8:00 P.M. Funeral from the Funeral Home on Saturday at 9:00 A.M. followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at the Blessed Mother of the Morning Star Parish/Our Lady of Grace Church, 59 Nichols St. Chelsea at 10:00 A.M. Interment to follow at Puritan Lawn Memorial Park in Peabody. We encourage family and friends to visit carafafuneralhome.com to off er condolences by means of the online guest book or to send a personalized sympathy card. ~ Help Wanted ~ Part-time cook in Everett, MA Monday - Friday, 10am-5pm (35 hour work week) Contact Donna at: 617-592-6726 Call for Free Estimate! ------------10% Senior Citizen Discount Rui Pereira Licensed & Insured Call: 617-917-4056 379 Broadway Everett 617-381-9090 All occasions florist Wedding ~ Sympathy Tributes Plants ~ Dish Gardens Customized Design Work GIFT BASKETS Fruit Baskets www.EverettFlorist.net For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@advocatenews.net REAL ESTATE TRANSAC TIONS 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. BUYER1 BUYER2 Long, Johnny SELLER1 Summer Lynn Prop LLC 38 Main St. Saugus (781) 558-1091 20 Railroad Ave. Rockport (978)-999-5408 mangorealtyteam.com Commercial Listings Saugus - for sale 14 Norwood St. Everett (781)-558-1091 NEW LISTING - Stoneham - rental SELLER2 ADDRESS 92 Lynn St Everett CITY DATE 09.22.23 PRICE 800000 The market is starting to shift and many property owners are seeking to find out what their property is worth, and put their homes on the market, while it's favorable. Would you like to learn the benefits of Mango Realty “Coming Soon” and “Concierge Programs”? Reach out now! Call/Text Sue 617-877-4553 Saugus Saugus tOWNHOUSE FOR RENT Incredible opportunity for investors and developers. This long standing confirmed pre-existing licensed commercial fishing pier/residential property abuts the Saugus Waterfront Mixed Use Overlay District (WMOD). Current owner is now petitioning the Town of Saugus to have this prime waterfront location entered into the WMOD. Please read Article 18 in the Saugus Zoning Bylaws, found on the web, to learn about the array of potential land use and mixed use possibilities under this overlay. The owners recognize that any sale will include this zoning contingency. All rights and title to licensed pier will be conveyed via deed transfer .The current use of the property includes boat storage and residential use with a permitted accessory dwelling unit. Property utilities include electricity & water to pier area as well as natural gas to dwelling. $1,455.000 CALL/TEXT Sue 617-877-4553 ROCKLAND - Rental Are you dreaming of starting your own business? This professional office or retail space is located on busy Union Street right outside of Rockland Center. Space has two front entrances and one rear exit. There are two rest rooms. Additional storage space in the basement! Multiple parking spaces in the rear of the building. Tenant pays their own electricity and heating costs. Exterior maintenance (snow plowing and landscaping) is shared with adjoining tenant. High traffic and strong visibility location close to the areas major highways. Flexible terms for start-up business. Parking for these two units will be out back or on side of building, not in front, and there is plenty! Large basement for storage included in lease. Other uses are permitted with special permit. Lessee to conduct due diligence with Rockland building department $1,600. CALL/TEXT Peter 781-820-5690 Bright and sunny one bedroom apartment in desirable Stoneham location. The open floor plan includes spacious living room and eat in kitchen with high quality cabinets and ample storage. Spacious bedroom is complete with a large closet and "jack and jill" access to bathroom. This meticulously maintained apartment includes new flooring, recessed lighting, and fresh paint. Some highlights are GARAGED PARKING, off-street parking, central air, common area laundry, along with both attic and garage storage. Owner occupied, well-kept property. Electric is included in rent. Location proves to be a commuter's dream being just minutes to 95, 28, and 93. Not far from MBTA commuter rail and orange line. Close proximity to ty cabine cious bed lose om oset and nt i om his meticu en om. This meticu nt i ty cabinets an an cious bedroom is compl oset and "jack and jill" acc om. This meticu nd jill" acc nd jill" acc ple ple restaurants, shopping, and trails. Vacant and ready to rent! $1,950. CALL/TEXT Lea 617-594-9164 Find us on Google and see what our clients have to say about us! MOVE RIGHT IN..This Spectacular sun-filled home with exceptional flow. Details matter & this lovely home is brimming with great potential and character. Walk into a screened in porch & read your favorite book or just have your favorite drink w/ a friend or family member. The kitchen leads and flows into the living & dining room that offers gleaming hardwood floors & a full bath on the first floor. The second floor has 3 generous bedrooms that have hardwood floors with an additional new full bath. The roof is approximately 2 years old. The Driveway can park 3-4 cars tandem, Easy access to public transportation, 20 minutes from Boston, close to shopping malls & restaurants. Saugus is an energetic town featuring new schools, low property tax rate. Something this sweet will not last. $579,000. CALL/TEXT Sue 617-877-4553 Saugus Ctr Are you ready to move into this newly remodeled 5 bedroom Colonial. Beautiful hardwood floors throughout. Stainless steel appliances, a farmers sink and granite counter tops glisten under recessed first floor lighting. State of the art programable heat pump provides energy efficient year-round temperature control. All new bathrooms with first floor laundry hookup. New plumbing, wiring, and newly recent vinyl clad windows. Spacious basement, with storage. Fully electrified 10' x 20' custom built shed. $749,000 utiful hard utiful hard nter tops glisten under re gy efficient year-r inless nte nte gy w ter tops glisten und ate of the ent year-r nter tops g gy efficient year-r w bathr w bathr re te of the art programab ogramab inless steel applia applian es, a es, a a You will be stunned the very moment you enter into this townhouse. This spacious townhouse has a kitchen that has been tastefully renovated with the past 5 years and impeccably maintained since. The large eat in kitchen offers stainless steel appliances, granite countertops. The open concept floor plan is perfect for entertaining. 2 assigned parking with ample visitor parking are just a few more perks to mention. Easy and low maintenance living. 2 cats ok. No Smoking, This will not last. Great credit score and references required $2,900. CALL/TEXT Sue 617-877-4553 Business Opportunity LYNN MANGO Realty is offering a great opportunity to acquire a long established active restaurant/bar with common victualer/all with com with com m alcohol license in a prime down town Lynn location. The owner of this business is retiring after 29 years of success at this location. Loyal customer base. Kitchen facilities updated. Two e down town Lynn l g after 29 years o g fter 29 years o g fter 29 g after 29 years o se. Kitchen faci lo uccess uccess ss e. Kitchen facilities up p p ent d,, liquor and lot rest rooms. Seats 92/ Plenty of off-street parking. Documentedeet parking. D e down revenue for both food, liquor and lottery allows you to have a quick return on your investment. Favorable lease terms for this corner location. $200,000. Plenty of off-street parking. Deet parking. D CONTRA DER CONTRACT UNDER CO ONTRACT UNDER CONTRACT R UNDE UN U CONTR CT CONTRACT RENTED RENTED RENTED RENTED REN R RENTED REN ENT TED D ENTED D CONT ACT UNDER ONTRACT UNDER C NTRA TCONTRACT UND R UN ER U R UNDER CONTRACT CONTRACT TRAC DER

Page 24 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, OCTObER 13, 2023 ............. # 1 Listing & Selling Office in Saugus “Experience and knowledge Provide the Best Service” Free Market Evaluations CRE CarpenitoRealEstate.com Best Agents provide the Best Results! SAUGUS - Sparkling 2-bedroom condo located in Clifton Arms Complex, nicely renovated unit offer quartz kitchen counters, new carpeting, great open concept, hardwood flooring, spacious lvrm w/slider to balcony, extra storage, great location - great unit!...$355,000. SAUGUS - 1st AD - Desirable 6 room Ranch offers 3 bedrooms, eat-in kitchen with granite counters, hardwood flooring, finished lower level with family room, central air, irrigation system, side street location…$519,900. View our website from your mobile phone! 335 Central St., Saugus, MA 781-233-7300 Annmarie Wilcox SAUGUS - 1st AD - 8 room, 3 bedroom Bungalow, spacious living room, granite kitchen, hardwood flooring, heated sunroom, convenient walk up attic, central air, updated roof, great one floor living!...$549,900. CHELSEA - 4 room, 2 bedroom Condo offers 2 full baths, newer flooring and lighting, granite kitchen, 1 garage parking, inground pool, located in Millcreek Condominiums…$440,000. Carol Thibault SAUGUS - Wonderful 10 rm Cape offers 5+ bedrooms, 3 baths, fireplace lvrm, open concept, office, finished lower level, great sunroom, inground pool with cement patio, 1 car garage, large, corner lot, located just outside Saugus Center…$789,900. A Winning Combination for all your real estate needs! Call Annmarie 781-608-1069 or Carol 781-799-4519 REVERE - 5 room Cape Cod style home offers 2 bedrooms, 1 ½ baths, front-to-back living room, dining room with hardwood flooring, central air, enclosed porch, inground pool, corner lot!...$499,900. COMING SOON COMING SOONBRAND NEW CONSTRUCTION COLONIAL LOCATED ON A NICE SIDE STREET NOT FAR FROM ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS AND THE CENTER OF TOWN. 4 BEDROOM, 3.5 BATH WITH HARDWOOD THROUGH-OUT. BEAUTIFUL KITCHEN AND BATHS. EXQUISITE DETAIL AND QUALITY BUILD. GARAGE UNDER. SAUGUS CALL KEITH FOR MORE DETAILS 781-389-0791 COMING SOON COMING SOON- 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATHROOM RENOVATED CAPE LOCATED ON A NICE SIDE STREET. THIS HOME FEATURES A NEW KITCHEN WITH STAINLESS APPLIANCES & QUARTZ COUNTERS, NEW BATHROOMS, HARDWOOD FLOORS AND FRESH PAINT THROUGH. GARAGE UNDER. MAINTENANCE FREE VINYL SIDING. SAUGUS CALL KEITH FOR MORE DETAILS 781-389-0791 UNDER CONTRACT LOOKING FOR EXPERIENCED AGENTS WHO WANT A NO HASSLE, NO NONSENSE OFFICE. WE ARE LOOKING FOR AGENTS WHO WANT TO MAKE A DECENT PAY WITHOUT PAYING HIGH FEES. ARE YOU A GO GETTER? PERHAPS FOR SALE- 3+ BED, 2 BATH SPLIT ENTRY HOME ON NICE CUL-DE-SAC LOCATION. THIS HOME FEATURES A LARGE LIVING ROOM OPEN TO FORMAL DINING ROOM AND EAT-IN KITCHEN. 3 BEDS AND FULL BATH UP. LOWER LEVEL OFFERS A FIREPLACE FAMILY, ADDITIONAL BEDROOM, OFFICE AND ANOTHER FULL BATH. GREAT LOCATION. SAUGUS $565,000 CALL DEBBIE 617-678-9710 FOR SALE FOR SALE-NEW CONSTRUCTION ONE OF A KIND CONTEMPORARY MODERN HOME WITH AMAZING VIEWS OF PILLINGS POND, 4590 SQFT. OPEN CONCEPT, 3 LEVELS, 4 BEDS, 6 BATHS, TOP OF THE LINE MATERIALS AND FINISHES, HOME THEATER, WORK-OUT ROOM AND SO MUCH MORE! LYNNFIELD $1,899,900 CALL DANIELLE 978-987-9535 BI-LINGUAL? WILLING TO GO ABOVE AND BEYOND? CALL US TODAY! KEITH 781-389-0791 MOBILE HOMES YOUNG ONE BEDROOM IN GOOD CONDITION IN A DESIRABLE PARK WITH 2 PARKING SPOTS. SOLD AS IS. SUBJECT TO PROBATE DANVERS $109,900 UPDATED 2 BEDROOM WITH NEWER KITCHEN, BATH, RUBBER ROOF, WINDOWS, SIDING AND APPLIANCES. FULL SIZE LAUNDRY. DANVERS $119,900 REMODELED 3 BEDROOM WITH GLEAMING HARDWOOD FLOORS, C/A, AND FULL SIZE LAUNDRY. LOW PARK FEE. PLENTY OF PARKING. LOTS OF UPDATES. PEABODY $209,900 CALL ERIC 781-223-0289 SOLD UNDER CONTRACT FOR SALE- 2 BED, 1 BATH WITH SPACIOUS LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM AND BEDROOMS. ALSO HAS HOME OFFICE. LARGE YARD WITH WORKSHOP WITH ELECTRICITY WHICH IS ALSO GREAT FOR STORAGE. CLOSE TO AREA SCHOOLS, SHOPS, RESTAURANTS AND MAJOR ROUTES. QUICK TO POINTS NORTH OR SOUTH. METHUEN $374,900 LOOKING TO BUY OR SELL? EUGENE BERMANI 617-957-1832 CALL HIM FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS RENTAL 3 BEDROOM WITH EAT-IN KITCHEN ON SECOND FLOOR OF OWNER OCCUPIED 2 FAMILY. STACKABLE WASHER & DRYER, CLOSE TO PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION. ON STREET PARKING. SAUGUS $3,100 1 BEDROOM WITH LARGE LIVING ROOM AND BEDROOM, FULLY APPLIANCED KITCHEN, AND BATH WITH JACUZZI TUB. UTILITIES INCLUDED. ON STREET PERMIT PARKING. NOT PETS OR SMOKING REVERE $1,800 CALL RHONDA 781-706-0842

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