EV R R Vol. 31, No.47 -FREEEVE ETT Have a Safe & Happy Thanksgiving! Have a Saf D OCAT V C ene e net Free Ever e y Friday er www.advocatene By James Mitchell He’ll never forget what’s-his-face The deposition of one-time We Are Thankful For You. Happy Thanksgiving! We wanted you to know that we are truly grateful for our customers. We’ll be closed Thursday, November 24th in observance of the holiday. You can access your accounts using our ATMs and Online & Mobile Banking. Thank you! SINCE 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 mayoral candidate and local Attorney Fred Capone, along with his Attorney, Daniel Skrip, continued on November 9, 2022, at the Boston law offi ces of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, with questioning by Attorney Jeff rey Robbins pertaining to the lawsuit against the Everett Leader Herald newspaper, Matthew and Andrew Philbin, Sr., and Joshua Resnek. Capone was asked about his relationship with Leader Herald owner Matthew Philbin, and he said that he met him once or twice but never discussed his intentions to run for mayor until after he formally announced. Capone stated he didn’t recall any specifi c conversation except the one where Philbin asked him if the paper was doing enough for him. Capone complained to Philbin that he was sending in press releases and photos, but they weren’t being published. Philbin told him that the next time he submits anything again to copy him on his email to ensure publication. “You had his email address, or he gave it to you?” asked Robbins. “He gave it to me, I would imagine. That’s how I was able to ‘cc’ him,” stated AD O TE 617-387-2200 Wednesday, November 23, 2022 Carlo Demaria, Jr. vs. Everett Leader Herald, sergio Cornelio, Joshua Resnek, matthew Philbin and Andrew Philbin, sr. Capone never took ‘Blue Suit’ articles seriously; no knowledge of newspaper’s strategy; lamented alleged ally’s cash donations to Resnek Capone. The attorney showed Exhibit 10, a Jan. 4, 2021, email between Resnek and Philbin, where Resnek states that he was speaking to Capone often – including a half hour that day. But Capone said he was only communicating with Resnek at City Council meetings for a quote. When asked if he had any conversations about funding the eff ort to increase the delivery and printing of the newspapers, Capone denied any conversation about the subject. To tell the truth Robbins handed Capone a copy of Exhibit 11, an April 22, 2021, email between Resnek and his pal, Russel Pergament, former publisher of the defunct Tab and Metro newspapers, where he answers Pergament’s inquiry into Capone’s chances of winning the election. Resnek states that Capone was smart, honest, “has integrity – has plenty of money” and that he and his wife were lifelong Italian Everett people. “He just put up $20,000 for me to deliver the paper door to door every two weeks until the primary. The other guy can’t beat my messaging citywide,” writes Resnek. “If he says I gave him $20,000, CAPONE | SEE PAGE 2 Tide’s Ellerbe named GBL MVP Everett QB Karmarri Ellerbe was singled out as the Greater Boston League MVP this past week, along with teammate Jayden Prophete who was named league All-Star. See page 9 for story and photos. (Advocate fi le photo)

Page 2 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 superintendent of her successor agreement School Committee votes 6-4 to notify By Tara Vocino T he School Committee voted 6-4 to notify the superintendent in writing before December 1 whether or not it plans to commence negotiations for a successor agreement with the Superintendent during Monday’s School Committee meeting at Everett High School. School Committee Chairwoman Jeanne Cristiano, who represents Ward 3, read a memorandum received from Attorney Robert Galvin, Esq. to the school committee dated Monday — “I’m off ering this memorandum that the committee has the discussion and that the committee should have written notice that it wishes to have contract negotiations,” Galvin wrote. Superintendent Priya Tahiliani’s contract is from March 1, 2020 to February 28, 2024 with an option to extend it until June 30, 2024. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER FACEBOOK.COM/ADVOCATE.NEWS.MA “The superintendent has the option to ask the committee to extend her contract,” Gavin wrote. “She may have requested it to occur a few months ago, and it was sent to a subcommittee. The failure of a School Committee to give such notice implies they don’t want to renew the contract. Galvin suspects that they’d want to explore considering an extension. Ward 1 School Committee CAPONE | FROM PAGE 1 it’s a lie,” said Capone, claiming that he never had any conversation about providing funding for the newspaper. Capone stated that he did read about money being deMARCHETTI CORP. 59 4.25 4.55 5.57 By Container Only 5.15 DEF SALE! $13.99/ 2.5 gals livered in the newspaper – “some nonsense like that” – yet denied any involvement or conversations with Resnek or conversations Resnek had with anyone relating to funding the newspaper. Resnek also expressed his DIESEL TRUCK STOP excitement about Gerly Adrian’s candidacy, saying to Pergament, “Better yet, I believe the Black woman will be running. I think she can win! With both of them running into a September primary, the mayor gets bounced.” Atty. Robbins then asked Capone if he felt Resnek, as he claims in his email, was the battlefield general leading an eff ort to defeat the mayor. “No,” was his reply. Time to get it together Robbins queried Capone about his lack of emails as part of the subpoena. Capone stated that when he did an email search, it didn’t come up. Robbins replied that this was the second email from his email account that wasn’t produced by him. “Weren’t intentional,” replied Capone. “I’m not saying they were,” said the attorney. Attorney Robbins requested Capone and his counsel to do a re-search of his emails, to which Capone’s attorney requested that the search be limited to Resnek and Capone. Robbins stated for the record that there hasn’t been sufficient compliance and there were no limitations in the discovery process relating to communications. “I’m simply saying that, clearly, there are a bunch of emails that member Millie Cardello said the vote is to discuss a possibility of extending her contract, not voting on her contract on Monday. The committee isn’t committed either way. “I believe this vote means we’ll go into discussions,” Cardello said. “The superintendent would have to agree on a new contract.” Ward 5 School Committee member Marcony Almeida Barros made a motion for fashow up from other searches – from other people – that you haven’t produced, and they’re to and from your email account, and since emails to and from your email account related to this subject matter were called for in the subpoena, you can appreciate that we need to have compliance with that, right?” asked Robbins. “I understand,” replied Capone. The Predator versus Longevity He was then shown a Sept. 13, 2021, email between himself and Resnek, who tells Capone to be ready for a phone call from Boston Globe reporter Andrea Estes. “She is doing a piece already approved by her editors on the Cornelio thing. Andrea is a predator. Her editors told her they want this before the primary. You would be well advised to act accordingly. Please speak with her and say what you can when she questions you,” demands Resnek. Capone stated that he remembers only answering some questions mostly pertaining to the longevity payment issue, which was voted in favor, 8-1, by the City Council in 2016. Capone was the lone vote against. The discussion continued about the longevity pay issue, which Resnek exploited for years. Atty. Robbins asked Capone if, as a member of the City Council, between the council budget committee meeting in 2017 and 2021, did he ever make any inquiry or raise any issue about longevity pay for the mayor. Capone replied, “I don’t think so.” A strategy for failure The newspaper’s distribution returned to the conversation when Robbins read a July 29, 2021, email between vorable action. School Committee member At Large Cynthia Sarnie made a motion if they were to vote in the affirmative that they send a letter of their willingness to negotiate a contract. Mayor Carlo DeMaria asked if there will be a meeting before December 1. Cristiano said Monday was the vote either to begin conversations about a successor agreement, and if they vote no, they are not. Philbin and Resnek where the two discuss the “Strategy” of raising $16,000 from three people in order to finance the newspaper’s printing and distribution for seven weeks leading up to the election. The “strategy” – “that must remain vigorous creating the news windows for Adrian and Capone.” Robbins described Resnek’s strategy, which would be an “atomic attack on Wednesday, September 15th, with an insert of say 8 tab pages including Globe articles, Proff er agreement and explanation, and Revere Police Report will be the guts of the insert.” Capone testifi ed that he was completely unaware that the Leader Herald was deliberately printing stories that were critical of the mayor leading up to the primary and the general election, week after week. “They were printing what they were printing. Whether it was true or not, what they had for information, what their sources were, I had no idea,” stated Capone. Capone then stated in response that he had no idea about the fundraising by Resnek to pay for the “atomic blast” against the mayor. Sticky Fingers strikes again In an April 29, 2021, email from Resnek to pal Pergament, Resnek describes another scenario where “a Capone ally” will give him an extra $1,600 bucks twice a month to distribute the newspapers citywide. “I am picking up the c-notes this morning in Everett,” stated Resnek. Capone denied having any information of an “ally” providing money to Resnek, replying, “No. The campaign could have used those funds.” Next Week: The Misadventure Continues.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 Page 3 Joe gets the job done: Baker signs Economic Development bill; McGonagle secures $600,000 Advocate Staff Report L ast week, Governor Charlie Baker signed the long awaited Economic Development bill which came out of House and Senate Budget Conference Committee with a grand total of $3.76 billion, including $600,000 secured by State Rep. Joe McGonagle to design and construct a new park in Everett Square to improve pedestrian access and safety and create opportunities for outdoor dining, farmers markets and other activities. Joe McGonagle Representative “I am so grateful to my colleagues in both the House and the Senate for working together to pass this bill,” said Rep. McGonagle. “In addition to the funding for hospitals, housing development and clean energy investments, among many other things, I am thrilled it includes the $600,000 to revitalize Everett Square. A downtown space for people to gather as a community outdoors is greatly needed and I look forward to this project. Thanks especially to Speaker Mariano, Chair Michlewitz and Chair Cusack for their hard work in facilitating this success.” Everett Public Libraries honor Native American History Month with Prof. Margaret Newell Professor Margaret Newell teaches event attendees about our state’s history. O n November 17, the Everett Public Libraries recently hosted Professor Margaret Newell of Ohio State University. Professor Newell discussed the history of slavery in New England, explaining the relationship between the Native Americans and the colonists and how over time war resulted in the capture and enslavement of Native peoples. She also addressed the ways in which their slavery compared to that of African Americans. Native American slaves had value because they created products and taught colonists how to survive and thrive in New England – one has only to think that we still use syrup, snack on popcorn and eat corn on the cob. Reportedly, due to this history, Native Americans were more likely to receive their freedom in court. The presentation was well attended, with many questions asked and answered. The Friends of the Everett Public Libraries provided coff ee and refreshments, and a recording of the event will be available for viewing on ECTV. OUR OFFICE HAS MOVED TO 519 BROADWAY, EVERETT SABATINO INSURANCE AGENCY 519 BROADWAY EVERETT, MA 02149 PHONE: (617) 387-7466 FAX: (617) 381-9186 Visit us online at: The Parlin Memorial Library is celebrating Native American History Month – with a selection of titles for attendees to choose from. Rocco Longo, Owner WWW.SABATINO-INS.COM

Page 4 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 DiDomenico joins GBFB Chain of Giving $4.64 GALLON We accept: MasterCard * Visa * & Discover Price Subject to Change without notice 100 Gal. Min. 24 Hr. Service 781-286-2602 Schiavo Club Annual Thanksgiving Dinner Sunday, November 20 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM All are welcome to attend and enjoy Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner with all the trimmings! Free to everyone! Come Celebrate Thanksgiving Eve Wednesday, Nov. 23 at The Schiavo Club 7:00 PM to Midnight * Free Food! * DJ and Dancing! 71 Tileston Street Everett The Everett High School Marching Band performed in front of The Yawkey Distribution Center of The Greater Boston Food Bank. Special to The Advocate S tate Senator Sal DiDomenico joined the Chain of Giving event of The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) on Thursday, November 10, along with Governor Charlie Baker, Governor-Elect Maura Healey, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, GBFB President & CEO Catherine D’Amato, the Everett High School Marching Band, colleagues and community members in Boston. Participants worked together to help unload turkeys at the GBFB warehouse and kick off the Hunger Free Holidays campaign. The Everett High School Marching band performed for the attendees and was awarded the prestigious Nally award, which is given to youths who have taken action to end hunger in their community. On November 11, State Senator DiDomenico helped distribute turkeys during the GBFB Chain of Giving event. State Senator Sal DiDomenico, Everett High School Marching Band members, Gov.-Elect Maura Healey and GBFB President & CEO Catherine D’Amato are pictured at the Chain of Giving Event.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 Page 5 Silver Line Extension Alternatives Analysis J Virtual Public meeting on December 13 Advocate Staff Report oin us for a virtual public meeting on Tuesday, December 13 at 6:00 p.m.–7:30 p.m. about the Silver Line Extension Alternatives Analysis. This study will determine the feasibility, benefi ts and cost of extending Silver Line service to Everett and the surrounding communities. What will I learn at the meeting and how can I contribute? • At this meeting, we will be presenting the results of the analysis of the Tier 2 alternatives. • Staff will be looking for your feedback on these alternatives. The meeting will be held online, via Zoom. To preregister, please use this link: https:// us02web.zoom.us/meeting/ register/tZUpcemtqzkoH9EcXLQyqi8YZpcCHl9JYimc After registering, you will receive a confi rmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Upon joining you will be prompted to share your fi rst name, last name and email address. Meeting attendees will be entered into the project’s email database to receive updates. The meeting will be recorded and posted online for those who cannot attend. You can also email questions anytime to slx@mbta.com. About the Tier 2 Alternatives: In Summer 2022, the project team identified several potential options for extending Silver Line service from Chelsea into Everett and on to neighboring communities. The Tier 2 Alternatives are grouped into two categories: those that are considered extensions of the SL3 service and those that are being evaluated as a new service, referred to as SL6. The SL3 extensions connect Chelsea to the Orange Line while the SL6 Alternatives connect Everett and Chelsea to Kendall or Downtown Boston. You can learn more about these alternatives before the meeting in our Alternatives Fact Sheet, available in • English: https://cdn.mbta. com/sites/default/fi les/202209/2022-09-21-english-slxalternatives-analysis.pdf • Spanish: https://cdn. mbta.com/sites/default/ files/2022-09/2022-09-21spanish-slx-alternativesanalysis.pdf • Portuguese: https://cdn. mbta.com/sites/default/fi les/ 2022-09/2022-09-21-portuguese-slx-alternatives-analysis.pdf • Haitian Creole: https:// cdn.mbta.com/sites/default/ files/2022-09/2022-09-21haitian-creole-slx-alternatives-analysis.pdf Online Feedback Form Still Available: There is still time to share your feedback about the Tier 2 Alternatives. Please share your feedback here: https://mbta.qualtrics.com/ jfe/form/SV_5iKUOC4ID5ABjUy. The feedback form is available in English, Spanish, Portuguese and Haitian Creole. About the Silver Line Extension Alternatives Analysis: The purpose of the Silver Line Extension Alternatives Analysis is to assess the feasibility, utility and cost of various alignment and service frequency options of an extension of the Silver Line, providing high quality transit from Chelsea through Everett and on to Somerville, Cambridge, and/or Boston. Visit www.mbta.com/SLX to learn more about the Silver Line Extension and sign up for email updates. Please share this information with your friends, neighbors, co-workers and anyone you think would benefi t from the information. Sincerely, Silver Line Extension Team For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@advocatenews.net

Page 6 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 The Greater Boston Food Bank’s 17th EHS Marching Band honored O n Thursday, November 10, The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) held its 17th annual Chain of Giving event in its original format, a tradition engaging civic and community leaders to draw awareness to the critical issue of food insecurity in our region and GBFB’s Hunger Free Holidays campaign in support of hunger relief this holiday season. Sponsored by Affiliated Managers Group (AMG), the event featured a formal speaking program including remarks from Governor Charlie Baker, Attorney General and Governor-Elect Maura Healey and Boston Mayor Michelle Wu and GBFB President and Lawrence A. Simeone Jr. Attorney-at-Law ~ Since 1989 ~ * Corporate Litigation * Criminal/Civil * MCAD * Zoning/Land Court * Wetlands Litigation * Workmen’s Compensation * Landlord/Tenant Litigation * Real Estate Law * Construction Litigation * Tax Lein * Personal Injury * Bankruptcy * Wrongful Death * Zoning/Permitting Litigation 300 Broadway, Suite 1, Revere * 781-286-1560 Lsimeonejr@simeonelaw.net Members of the Everett High School Crimson Tide Marching Band accept the Nally Award, posing with The Greater Boston Food Bank President & CEO Catherine D’Amato and Danny Nally, the originator of the Nally Award. CEO Catherine D’Amato. Also in attendance were Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito, Salem Mayor and Lieutenant Governor-Elect Kim Driscoll, State Senator Sal DiDomenico and beloved Boston Red Sox mascot Wally the Green Monster among other VIPs. Attendees formed a human chain from GBFB’s loading dock to its freezer, passing Dan 1972 A wise old owl says we must be doing something right. 50 years of selling quality cigars R.Y.O. TOBACCO ---------TUBES CIGAR SMOKER’S DELIGHT! 15 Handmade Cigars - Long Leaf Filler - Four Year Old Tobacco Wrapped including a Cohiba $43.95 * MANY MAJOR CIGAR BRANDS * SPECIAL PERDOMO BOX SALE PLUS A FREE GIFT CIGAR LIGHTER & CUTTER - RETAIL VALUE $100 - FREE! * NEW SHIPMENT OF HUMIDORS STARTING AT $99.95 COMPLETE! A.B.C. CIGAR 170 REVERE ST., REVERE (781) 289-4959 STORE HOURS: Monday - Saturday: 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Sunday & Holidays: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM We Sell Cigars & Accessories Boxes * Tins Competitive Prices! OPEN * Bundles Singles Thanksgiving Day 8AM-2PM along over 1,200 turkeys to be distributed to families in need for the holidays. GBFB also presented the Chris 2022 Everett High School Crimson Tide Marching Band with the Nally Award after a performance outside of the venue. Established in 2006, the Nally Award honors Danny and Betsy Nally from Westwood, Mass., and is given to a student or students who have made impactful contributions to ending hunger in their community. The first band to be reorganized in Massachusetts during the middle of the pandemic, the Everett High School Crimson Tide Marching Band has provided comfort to families when called upon for funerals and volunteered at many hunger-relief organizations, including GBFB’s partner Grace Food Pantry, Harvest on The Vine and Food Can Drives for the Homeless. Members Sal DiDomenico, Jr., Enrico Vega and Rocco Ortiz accepted the award. “Everett High School is the most diverse high school in the state, and that diversity is reflected in the makeup of this nationally recognized performing arts group,” said D’Amato. “Their commitment to community service is just as strong for their love of music. They are exemplary community members who always say yes, ask how they can help, and give back to their community.” Through December 31, GBFB is inviting individuals and teams to donate online in support of its Hunger Free Holidays campaign. This year, GBFB aims to provide 90 million healthy meals across 190 cities and towns in Eastern Massachusetts. More information on donating as a team or individual is available online at GBFB.org/Holidays. draws attention to food insecurity during the holidays Annual Chain of Giving

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 Page 7 McGonagle delivers coats, winter items to veterans L Advocate Staff Report ast week State Rep. Joe McGonagle delivered dozens of Home Depot buckets containing coats and other winter items to veterans across Everett and its neighboring communities as part of the Massachusetts Legislature’s “Coats4Vets” initiative. These buckets came in addition to the dozens he handed out at the City of Everett’s Veterans Day event. “Giving back to our veterans [is] one the causes closest to my heart, so I am very grateful to have this opportunity to help in a worthwhile fashion,” said McGonagle. “It’s no secret that our veterans are often forgotten or neglected so to be able to help in just a small way is a good start while we work on bigger solutions. It is especially poignant at this time of year with Veterans Day and Thanksgiving, to be extra grateful for their sacrifi ce. I owe all my thanks to Rep. Steven Xiarhos, Rep. Kip Diggs, Senator Su Moran and Senate President Karen Spilka for sponsoring the event that collected all these items. I’d also like to thank Everett Director of Veterans Aff airs Antoine Coleman and his team for helping to organize the distribution.” State Rep. Joe M cG onagle is shown with supp or t ers from various lo c a tions throughout the local area who gathered dona tions f or the “Coats4Vets” initiative during Veterans Day week. AUTOTECH DRIVE IT - PUSH IT - TOW IT! Cold Hard Cash for Your Vehicle! RIVE IT - PUSH IT - TOW IT $$ CASH FOR YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR SUV! $$ Get your vehicle Winter Ready! We Offer A Complete Safety Check! • Coolant Special with Oil Change • Top Off All Fluids Gt hil Wit Rd • Synthetic Blend Oil Change 2010 JEEP WRANGLER SAHARA 2015 CADILLAC ESCALADE ESV Only $79.95 Six Cylinder, Auto., 4X4, Excellent Condition, Most Power Options, Clean Title, Only 170K Miles! TRADES WELCOME! $12,500 Easy Financing Available! (Most vehicles) Premium Package, Every Conceivable Option, Excellent Condition, One Owner. Clean Title, Highway Miles! TRADES WELCOME! $24,500 (781) 321-8841 • (617) 571-9869 1236 EasternAve • Malden EddiesAutotech.com Vehicle! We Pay Cash For Your Monogram D4 Double siding Cedar impression half rounds Harvey Vinyl 64 Replacement Windows Custom Aluminum Trim work Windows & Doors Top quality Vinyl Siding! •Vinyl Siding •Carpentry Work •Decks •Roofing •Free Estimates •Replacement Windows •Fully Licensed •Fully Insured

Page 8 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 Everett Little League to host Christmas Party on Dec. 10 at Schiavo Club P lease join Everett Little League for our Christmas party on Saturday, December 10, at the Schiavo Club. TBall and farm families at 9:00-11:00 for breakfast! Minor and major families at 12:00-2:00 for lunch! You can take pictures with Santa using your own device! This event is open to everyone. All are welcome to purchase tickets. Tickets are $6.00 for kids ages three to 15; $12.00 for adults and kids 16 and over; kids under the age of three are free. We will be selling tickets at the Everett Recreation Center on Elm Street on Monday, November 28, from 5-7 p.m., and we will be selling tickets at the tree lighting on Friday, December 2, from 5-8 p.m. at the Everett Little League table. For tickets, please contact Patty at 617-319-3040. Come join us for raffles, food, music and fun! Mayor announces Tree Lighting Friday, Dec. 2 from 5-8 p.m. at Everett square M ayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to announce that the City of Everett will be hosting the annual Christmas Tree Lighting on Friday, Dec. 2 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Everett Square (the intersection of Broadway and School Street). Join us as Mayor DeMaria and family throw the switch and light up the beautiful Christmas tree to kick off the holiday season with the most wonderful celebration of the year. There will be plenty for all to enjoy, including live musical performances, horse-drawn wagon rides, train rides, holiday characters, face painting, balloon creations, food, giveaways and even a special visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus directly from the North Pole. Santa will arrive down Broadway at approximately 5 p.m., led by the Everett Police and Fire Departments and Everett High School’s award-winning marching band! All of this and so much more can be expected at this magical celebration. Come sit around our fire pits with hot chocolate and popcorn while watching a classic holiday movie on our large LED screen. There will be photos with Santa upstairs at the Parlin Library, and your child can enjoy Arts & Crafts and Storytelling with Mrs. Claus while you wait for your turn to see Santa! All residents and their families are invited to attend this magical celebration as we spread holiday cheer throughout the city. Upcoming events at the Everett Public Libraries M 425r Broadway, Saugus Located adjacent to Kohls Plaza Route 1 South in Saugus at the intersection of Walnut St. 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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Parlin Adults and Teens Meditation: Parlin Tower Room, Thursday, December 1 at 12:15 and 1:15 p.m. Take a quick lunch break; reduce your stress from inflation, your job and providing for your family, with Nurse Joanne. Please call 617-394-2300 if you have any questions. No registration required. Author Event with William Martin: Parlin Meeting Room, Thursday, December 1 at 7:00 p.m. The New York Times bestselling author takes us on the ultimate manhunt, a desperate chase from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C., in the first weeks of the Second World War. Parlin Children Gayle’s Crafts: Parlin Children’s Craft Room, Thursday, December 1 at 3 p.m. – Christmas Dog Ornament Craft Kit. Friday Family Movie Night: Parlin Meeting Room; December 2 from 3-5 we will be watching “Nightmare Before Christmas.” Break out the popcorn! Come and watch movies with your friends and family. Santa is Coming to the Parlin Library! Parlin Fireplace Room, Friday, December 2 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. – make sure your Christmas wish list is ready. Santa will be here to listen, and we will have crafts of all kinds while you wait. Visit cityofeverett.com/ events/treelighting for more information. Shute Adults and Teens Marketing Basics: Shute Meeting Room; come join us at the Shute Memorial Library on Friday, December 2 at 12:30 p.m. for a presentation on the basics of marketing! The program will introduce the various layers of marketing that include branding, advertisement and copywriting. Attendees will learn about the history of marketing, tips and tricks they can use today and how technology is allowing creatives in the industry to uncover new ways of reaching new audiences. Recommended for ages 14 and up! Shute Children Story Time with Vera: Shute Children’s Room, Thursday, December 1 at 12 p.m.; in English or Portuguese by request; suggested for ages two to six.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 Page 9 Ellerbe chosen as league MVP to lead all Everett football 2022 all-stars By Joe McConnell T here’s no Thanksgiving Day game this year for the Everett Crimson Tide football team, but coach Rob DiLoreto promises that will change next year. But in the meantime, despite being eliminated by host Central Catholic (8-3, third seed), 21-0, from the Super Bowl playoff s in a Division 1 quarterfi nal round game on Nov. 11, the Tide turned in another superlative season, ending up with an 8-2 record overall and 6-0 in the Greater Boston League (GBL) to win the title, once again. As the 11th seed, the Everett boys defeated host Taunton (5-4, sixth seed) in a Round of 16 game, 33-14, before taking on the Raiders, who followed up their win over the Tide with a loss to St. John’s Prep (9-2, seventh seed) in a semifinal game on Nov. 18, 28-7. The Eagles will now take on Springfield Central (101, fourth seed) for the Super Bowl championship at Gillette Stadium on Dec. 3. This is also award season, and the GBL all-star team was announced recently to kick off the process. Everett quarterback Karmarri Ellerbe was singled out as the league MVP for his many accomplishments this fall. He completed 50 passes out of 90 attempts for 737 yards and eight touchdowns. Throughout his scholastic career, he was credited with 19 touchdowns. He also ran the ball 84 times for 888 yards this fall with 10 touchdowns. Teammate Jayden Prophete was also named a league allstar after rushing for 283 yards on 32 carries. Prophete threw one pass to Ellerbe this year for 38 yards, as well. He had fi ve receiving touchdowns for a total of 27 yards to go along with two successful two-point conversions that completed scoring drives. He was also credited with two defensive touchdowns and six interceptions this year. Damien Lackland (69 carries for 487 yards, fi ve catches for 50 yards, 13 touchdowns), Christian Zamor (14 for 91 on the ground, 11 for 206 in the air, one rushing touchdown, three receiving touchdowns), Jaiden Williams (9 for 75 on the ground, two for 16 in the Tide Running back Jayden Prophete was named GBL All-Star air, one rushing, one receiving, one defensive touchdown), Giacobbe Ward (18 catches, 309 yards, two receiving touchdowns, one interception), Domenic Papa (6 carries for 48 yards, caught two passes, one interception) and Ralph Pierre were also named league allstars. 10% Off Senior Discount! SNOW BLOWER SALES, SERVICE & REPAIRS Pickup/Delivery Available Crimson Tide’s sensational quarterback Karmarri Ellerbe was named Greater Boston League MVP (Advocate fi le photos) 1039 BROADWAY, REVERE WWW.BIKERSOUTFITTER.COM

Page 10 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 Senator DiDomenico Delivers Keynote Speech at Life Sciences Apprenticeship Graduation massbioEd Honors First Graduates of the Life sciences Apprenticeship Program CAMBRIDGE – Last week, Senator DiDomenico delivered the keynote speech for the Massachusetts Biotechnology Education Foundation (MassBioEd)’s Life Sciences Apprenticeship Program graduation. MassBioEd, a nonprofit focused on education, training, and workforce development within the burgeoning Life Sciences sector, honored the inaugural graduating class of its Life Sciences Apprenticeship program at a ceremony held at the MassBioHub. State Senator Sal DiDomenico joined with Massachusetts employers participating in the program to recognize the 21 graduates, who hail from 14 different Massachusetts cities and towns and worked for 11 different life science companies around Massachusetts. The Life Sciences Apprenticeship Program supports the growing demand for talent in the life sciences sector by providing a unique opportunity for accelerated education and training to Massachusetts residents who are new to the workforce or interested in transitioning into the life sciences field. The graduation event coincided with the start of National Apprenticeship Week, a federal observance celebrating apprenticeship programs that support racial and gender equity and help advance critical talent pipelines to address larger workforce challenges. “I was honored to be invited as the keynote speaker at this inspiring graduation ceremony,” said Senator DiDomenico, Assistant Majority Leader of the Massachusetts Senate. “This program provides individuals from underrepresented backgrounds with skills to attain a high-paying career where they can work on cutting-edge medicine and research that will help improve the lives of patients all over the world. This is an incredible program that has and will continue to help countless people in our communities and close the skills gap in Massachusetts.” Launched in 2021, MassBioEd’s Life Sciences Apprenticeship program aims to create a diverse pipeline of trained individuals for difficult-to-fill positions at local companies and provide a pathway to a career in life sciences and improved future career prospects for individuals in the program. The program includes tracks in biomanufacturing and clinical operations, with a third career pathway to be introduced in 2023. Apprentices complete three to five months of classroom education followed by one year of paid on-the-job training at a partnering life sciences company. To date, 20 employers have participated in the program, and at least 17 apprentices already have been offered full-time positions. In 2022 MassBioEd enrolled 66 apprentices in the program, 65 Senator DiDomenico Delivers Keynote Speech at Life Sciences Apprenticeship Graduation recently. percent of whom are people of color. These individuals were also recognized at the event for completing the educational portion of the program. “Biotech has always interested me, and I was adamant about finding a career that I enjoy – this apprenticeship turned out to be a golden opportunity when I needed it the most. I will always look back on this experience with appreciation,” said David Gazelian, a member of the graduating class and current Biomanufacturing Technician at Alnylam Pharmaceuticals. “One of the most valuable aspects of the apprenticeship was the people I met. They inspired me to take every day and learn something new. This apprenticeship has opened the door to a new career path for me, and words can’t describe how thankful I am to be part of this.” Partnering employers include major life sciences companies such as Bristol Myers Squibb, Pfizer, Thermo Fisher Scientific, AbbVie, and Takeda. To learn more about the Apprenticeship Program, please visit https://www.massbioed. org/apprenticeship-program or contact Apprenticeship@ massbioed.org. About the Program This unique program is registered with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and provides candidates an alternative pathway into the life sciences industry. MassBioEd has focused on recruiting candidates from under-represented groups in the industry as well as unemployed and underemployed individuals. Through accelerated training, apprentices gain foundational knowledge, industry-recognized skills, and work experience. MassBioEd chose to target Biomanufacturing Technicians and Clinical Trial Associates for the first year of the apprenticeship program because of high employer demand for these occupations. Learn more here. About MassBioEd Foundation The Massachusetts Biotechnology Education Foundation (MassBioEd) is a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit organization. Its mission is to build a sustainable life sciences workforce in the region through educational programs that engage and excite teachers, inspire and propel students, and illuminate the pathway from the classroom to careers with a focus on expansion, opportunity, and diversity. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER FACEBOOK.COM/ADVOCATE.NEWS.MA

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 Page 11 THanks Here’s wishing you a Thanksgiving holiday complete with all the trimmings - good food, good friends, and good times. Mayor Carlo DeMaria & Family Mayor DeMaria, wife Stacy, Carlo III, Caroline & Alexandra Our family wishes you a Happy Thanksgiving THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT My family and I cherish the opportunity to wish you the best during this holiday season Senator Sal DiDomenico & Family Ward 6 Councillor Alfred Lattanzi 24 Hr. AIRPORT SERVICE PACKAGE DELIVERY F.J. LaRovere Insurance Agency 492 Broadway, Everett * 617-387-9700 Check out our new website: www.larovere.com Everett | Medford | Dorchester | Norwood | Plymouth memberspluscu.org EVERETT TAXI & MALDEN TRANS (617) 389-8100 (617) 389-1000 BUSINESS ACCOUNTS WELCOME LESTER, PEGGY, & DAVID MOROVITZ nig H giv appy

Page 12 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 THanks Here’s wishing you a Thanksgiving holiday complete with all the trimmings - good food, good friends, and good times. State Representative Joe McGonagle Councillor Ward 1 Wayne Matewsky Governor’s Council Kennedy & family Anthony DiPierro & Family 26 Garvey Street, Everett 617-387-6877 STEPHANIE V. SMITH Councillor-at-Large-Elect and Family SACRO COMPANIES Sacro Plaza Whitney Lorenti House Glendale Court HAPPY Terrence THANKSGIVING nig H giv appy

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 Page 13 THanks Here’s wishing you a Thanksgiving holiday complete with all the trimmings - good food, good friends, and good times. With warm wishes Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours As we count our blessings this Thanksgiving holiday, we realize that your friendship is at the top of the list, and for this we are truly thankful. School Committee Member Marcony Almeida-Barros 419 Broadway, Everett 617-387-1110 Member FDIC Member SIF Messinger Insurance Agency 475 Broadway, Everett SINCE 1921 Councillor-at-Large Dell Isola & Family Richard From our families and crew 617-387-2700 Council President John Hanlon Happy Thanksgiving We’re overflowing with best wishes and gratitude for the many people who have visited us this past year. Here’s hoping your Thanksgiving is wonderful in every way. “World Class” PIZZA Main Street House of Pizza 130 Main St., Everett 617-387-3388 Rocco Longo Owner SABATINO INSURANCE AGENCY 519 Broadway Everett 617-387-7466 www.sabatino-ins.com nig H giv appy

Page 14 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 Everett Police Officers, Zion Church Ministries and MassBadge members host their 11th Annual MassBadge Community Thanksgiving Dinner Zion Church Ministries Bishop Robert Brown blessed the meal. MassBadge members and police officers were interviewed by Channel 5’s Eye Opener. Event Organizer Raoul Gonc alvez welcomed everyone. Guests enjoyed their Thanksgiving meal. Mayor Carlo DeMaria, far left, alongside MassBadge members and police officers served food and prepared a massive Thanksgiving meal.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 Page 15 By Tara Vocino E verett police officers, Zion Church Ministries and MassBadge members hosted their 11th Annual MassBadge Community Thanksgiving Dinner at the Connolly Center. Friends Kenny Bradenburg and Jay Rosenzwig. Around the dinner table were: Rachel DiSchino and Grace Bluoim. Lisa LaMonica and Rosa DeMaria cut up turkey. Christine Reno and Lisa LaMonica. Pictured from left to right: Police Chief Steven Mazzie, MassBadge member Angelmarie DiNunzio, and retired Everett Police patrolman Patrick Johnston. MassBadge member Ashley Liu served food to Jeffrey Smith. Seated, pictured from left to right: Natalie Freeman, Carol Garrett, Sharon White, and Deborah Bookard. Standing, pictured from left to right: Angelmarie DiNunzio, Diane Fallie and Cathi Connors. Co-Sponsor Zion Church Ministries Bishop Regina Shearer and Marcia Brown. Pictured from left to right: MassBadge member Marcia Pretto, Gabriel Melo, The Well Pastor Joseph Polson, Matthew Love, Marcilene Messor, Celebration Church Pastor Edson Messor and Melody Melo, and Adriana Azevedo. Shown from left to right: Police Chief Steven Mazzie, event host Raoul Goncalves and retired police officer Patrick Johnston. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)

Page 16 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 Sa nr Sa a y Senior Seni by Jim Miller H L P i Cld b Dear Savvy Senior, I started a walking program a few months ago to help me lose weight but I’ve been having problems with my legs and hips hurting during my walk, although they feel better once I stop. I thought it was just because I’m getting old, but my neighbor was telling me about a leg vein disease she has called PAD and thinks I may have something similar. What can you tell me about this? Limping Linda Dear Linda, The health condition your neighbor is telling you about is known as “peripheral arterial disease” (or PAD), which is an under the radar disease that aff ects approximately 8 to 12 million Americans. It happens when the arteries that carry blood to the legs and feet become narrowed or clogged over the years with fatty deposits or plaque, causing poor circulation. But you also need to be aware that because PAD is a systemic disease, people that have it are also much more likely to have clogged arteries in other areas of the body like the heart, neck and brain, which greatly increase the risks of heart attack or stroke. Few Symptoms Unfortunately, PAD goes undiagnosed and untreated way too often because most people that have it experience few, if any symptoms. The most common symptom, however, is similar to what you’re experiencing: pain and cramping in the hip, thigh or calf muscles, especially when walking or exercising but usually disappears after resting for a few minutes. Another reason PAD is under-diagnosed is because many people assume that aches and pains go along with aging and simply live with it instead of reporting it to their doctor. Other possible symptoms to be aware of include leg numbness or weakness, coldness or skin color changes in the lower legs nior ior E l How Leg Pains Could be an Early Sign of Heart Attack or Stroke and feet, or ulcers or sores on the legs or feet that don’t heal. Are You at Risk? Like most other health conditions, the risk of developing PAD increases with age. Those most vulnerable are people over the age of 50 who smoke or used to smoke, have elevated cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, are overweight, or have a family history of PAD, heart attack or stroke. African Americans are also twice as likely to have PAD as Caucasians. If you’re experiencing any symptoms or if you’re at increased risk of PAD, you need to be tested by your doctor or a vascular specialist. He or she will probably perform a quick and painless ankle-brachial index test, which is done by measuring your blood pressure in your ankle as well as your arm and compare the two numbers. Your doctor may also do imaging tests such as ultrasound, magnetic resonance angiography (MRA), and computed tomographic (CT) angiography. With early detection, many cases of PAD can be treated with lifestyle modifi cations including an improved diet, increased physical activity and smoking cessation. If lifestyle changes aren’t enough, your doctor may also prescribe medicine to prevent blood clots, lower blood pressure and cholesterol, and control pain and other symptoms. And for severe PAD, the treatment options are angioplasty (infl ating a tiny balloon in the artery to restore blood fl ow then removed), the insertion or a stent to reopen the artery, or a graft bypass to reroute blood around the blockage. To learn more about PAD, visit the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute at NHLBI.NIH.gov/health-topics/peripheral-artery-disease. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of “The Savvy Senior” book. Latest Seasonally Unadjusted Unemployment and Job Estimates for Local Labor markets in massachusetts BOSTON, MA— November 22, 2022-- Local unemployment rates increased in three labor market areas, decreased in fourteen areas and remained unchanged in seven labor market areas in the state during the month of October compared to September, the Executive Offi ce of Labor and Workforce Development reported. Compared to October 2021, the rates were down in twenty-four labor market areas. Of the fi fteen areas for which employment estimates are published, fourteen NECTA areas gained jobs compared to the previous month. The largest increases occurred in the Peabody-Salem-Beverly (+2%), Lowell-Billerica-Chelmsford MA-NH (+1.5%), and Leominster-Gardner (+1.3%) areas. From October 2021 to October 2022, fourteen areas gained jobs with the largest percentage increases seen in the Lowell-Billerica-Chelmsford MA-NH (+5.2%), Boston-Cambridge -Newton (+4.8%), and Leominster-Gardner (+3.9%) areas. The statewide seasonally adjusted preliminary jobs estimate showed an increase of 9,800 jobs in October, and an over-the-year gain of 141,300 jobs. In order to compare the statewide rate to local unemployment rates, the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates the statewide unadjusted unemployment rate for October 2022 was 3.0 percent, down one-tenth of a percentage point from the revised September estimate and four-tenths of a percentage point below the nation’s unadjusted unemployment rate of 3.4 percent. Last week, the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development reported the statewide seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in the month of October 2022 was 3.5 percent, up one-tenth of a percentage point from the revised September 2022 estimate of 3.4 percent. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the nation’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for October 2022 was 3.7 percent. The unadjusted unemployment rates and job estimates for the labor market areas refl ect seasonal fl uctuations and therefore may show different levels and trends than the statewide seasonally adjusted estimates. The estimates for labor force, unemployment rates, and jobs for Massachusetts are based on diff erent statistical methodology specifi ed by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. NOTES: The preliminary November 2022 and the revised October 2022 unemployment rates, labor force data and jobs estimates for Massachusetts will be released on Friday, December 16, 2022; local unemployment statistics will be released on Tuesday, December 20, 2022. Detailed labor market information is available at http://www. mass.gov/EconomicResearch. See the 2022 Media Advisory for complete list of release dates. ~ Guest Commentary ~ The Self-Absorbed Nine and the One Who was Grateful By Dr. James Th rasher A ll the turkey-time trappings of the Thanksgiving holiday tend to numb our sincere refl ection. But this is a perfect time to consider whether we are thanks-giving or ungrateful people. Being grateful isn’t natural. Gratitude, for all its merit, is not something easily embraced or practiced, especially as we all face life’s challenges. It is easier to complain than to be grateful. One of the biggest problems we all have is pride. We say to ourselves, “I deserve better.” “This is wrong.” “You’ve got to be kidding me.” “Not me, I’m not due this.” How often do you feel grateful? But more importantly, how often do you pause to sincerely express it? If we are honest with ourselves, the answer is not enough—not even close. The parable in Luke 17:11-17 speaks of 10 men with leprosy. A leper’s life was unbearable, and the physical ramifi cations were horrendous. Thought to be highly infectious at the time, this disease attacks the body with grotesque damage. Sores, missing fi ngers, missing toes, and damaged limbs were commonplace. They emanated a smell of rotting and decaying fl esh, which was overwhelmingly repulsive. They were the walking dead, and due to these devastating infi rmities and perceptions, they were despised as social outcasts. Whenever they encountered anyone, they were required to yell, “unclean, unclean.” This account in Luke tells us that 10 men approached Jesus from afar and shouted to him, requesting that he take pity on them. He told them to show themselves to the priests: “And as they went, they were cleansed. One of them, when he saw that he was healed, came back, praising God in a loud voice. He threw himself at Jesus’ feet and thanked him—and he was a Samaritan.” Then Jesus asked penetrating and heart-revealing questions: “Were not all ten cleansed? Where are the other nine? Was no one found to return and give praise to God except for this foreigner?” Only one of the 10 lepers was truly thankful. Think about it. All 10 lepers were healed, but only one returned to glorify God and fell down to worship Him in gratitude. Let’s ask ourselves: are we like the self-absorbed nine who did not return, but whose lives were literally released from a death sentence? Or are we like the one who glorifi es God and falls down before Him for what He has done? If we search our heart and confront the stark reality, we are more like the other nine than the one who returned. This parable teaches us that God desires us to express our GUEST | FROM PAGE 16

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 Page 17 OBITUARIES Michael J. Maffeo O ber 14, he was 56. f Everett. Passed away suddenly in his home on NovemSon of Ralph Maffeo Jr. and Virginia Maffeo, formerly Lambert. Eldest brother to David Maffeo, his wife Michelle Maffeo and Ralph Maffeo III. Father of Kimberly Foreman and cherished grandfather to Sophia, Tyler, and Madison. The Uncle of Zachary, Cole and Isabella, Nephew of Joyce DeMattia, her late husband Nick DeMattia, Barbara King, Elmer King, and Janice Lambert. Michael was also loved by many cousins and close friends. Michael, known by his nickname “Mad Mike,” would best be described as having a “heart of gold” filled with kindness and joy. Michael had a unique sense of humor, contagious laugh, and had a knack for making everyone in the room smile. Michael was a master tiler and took deep pride in his trade, working hard for his expertise, and is known for his love for friends and family. Michael’s legacy will be carried on in many family memories and stories while bringing his sense of humor and joy to the world. Visiting hours and Funeral were held at Salvatore Rocco & Sons Funeral Home on Monday, November 21st. Graveside Service will immediately follow at Saint Patrick Cemetery, 120 Elm St., Stoneham. ~ Five Year Anniversary ~ December 20, 1940 - November 25, 2017 A beautiful wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend. You will be forever loved and missed by all who knew you. I Love You, Peg Lester & Family

Page 18 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 Massachusetts Unemployment & Job Estimates for October BOSTON, MA – November 18, 2022 – The state’s October total unemployment rate was 3.5 percent, up one-tenth of a percentage point over-the-month, the Executive Offi ce of Labor and Workforce Development announced Friday. The Bureau of Labor Statistics’ preliminary job estimates indicate Massachusetts gained 9,800 jobs in October. This follows last month’s revised gain of 22,900 jobs. The largest over the month private sector job gains were in Financial Activities, Professional and Business Ser- Legal Notice - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT DEPARTMENT Middlesex Probate and Family Court 10-U Commerce Way, Woburn, MA 01801 (781) 865-4000 Docket No. MI22W1482WD ORDER FOR SERVICE BY PUBLICATION AND MAILING CANDIDA R. HERNANDEZ DeRIVERA vs. JUAN R. MARADIAGA Upon motion of plaintiff(s)/petitioner(s) for an order directing the defendant(s)/respondent(s), to appear, plead, or answer in accordance with Mass.R.Civ.P./Mass.R.Dom.Rel.P.Rule 4, it appearing to the court that this is an action for Complaint to establish paternity filed on October 03, 2022. Defendant(s)/Respondent(s) cannot be found within the Commonwealth and defendant(s)/respondent(s) present whereabouts are unknown. Personal service on defendant is therefore not practicable, and defendant has not voluntarily appeared in this action. It is Ordered that defendant(s)/respondent(s) is/are directed to appear, plead, answer, or otherwise move with respect to the complaint/petition herein on or before the return day of Decenber 12, 2022. If you fail to do so this Court will proceed to a hearing and adjudication of this matter. MAUREEN H. MONKS JUSTICE OF PROBATE AND FAMILY COURTS November 23, 2022 Your Hometown News Delivered! EVERETT ADVOCATE MALDEN ADVOCATE REVERE ADVOCATE SAUGUS ADVOCATE One year subscription to The Advocate of your choice: $150 per paper in-town per year or $200 per paper out-of-town per year. Name_________________________________________ Address_______________________________________ City_______________ State_______ Zip ____________ CC# _______________________________ Exp. _____ Sec. code____ Advocate (City):___________________ Clip & Mail Coupon with Credit Card, Check or Money Order to: Advocate Newspapers Inc. PO Box 490407, Everett, MA 02149 vices, and Government. Employment now stands at 3,710,600. Since the employment trough in April 2020, Massachusetts gained 659,600 jobs. From October 2021 to October 2022, BLS estimates Massachusetts gained 141,300 jobs. The largest over the year gains occurred in Professional and Business Services, Leisure and Hospitality, and Education and Health Services. The October unemployment rate of 3.5 percent was two-tenths of a percentage point below the national rate of 3.7 percent reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The labor force decreased by an estimated 3,800 from 3,749,600 in September, as 6,200 fewer residents were employed, and 2,300 more residents were unemployed over-the-month. Over-the-year, the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was down by 1.5 percentage points. The state’s labor force participation rate – the total number of residents 16 or older who worked or were unemployed and actively sought work in the last four weeks – dropped by 0.1 percentage point at 65.5 percent over-the-month. Compared to October 2021, the labor force participation rate was down two-tenths of a percentage point. October 2022 Employment Overview Financial Activities gained 4,500 jobs over the month. Over the year, 5,200 were added. Professional, Scientific, and Business Services gained 4,100 jobs over the month. Over the year, 31,300 were added. Government gained 2,300 jobs over the month. Over the year, 10,600 were added. Information gained 300 jobs over the month. Over the year, 5,700 were added. Other Services gained 100 jobs over the month. Over the year, 600 were added. Trade, Transportation, and Utilities had no job change over the month. Over the year, 17,000 jobs were added. Construction lost 200 jobs over the month. Over the year, 11,400 were added. Education and Health Services lost 300 jobs over the month. Over the year, 25,300 were added. Leisure and Hospitality lost 400 jobs over the month. Over the year, 25,300 were added. Manufacturing lost 600 jobs over the month. Over the year, 8,900 were added. - LEGAL NOTICE - CITY OF EVERETT BOARD OF LICENSE COMMISSION 484 BROADWAY EVERETT, MASSACHUSETTS 02149 PHONE: 617-944-0211 phillip.antonelli@ci.everett.ma.us annette.debilio@ci.everett.ma.us Public Hearing Monday, December 5, 2022 @ 6:30 PM This notice is to inform you that a public hearing will be held on Monday, December 5, 2022 @ 6:30 P.M. at Everett City Hall, 2nd Floor, in room 27. Opinions will be heard regarding the following application: An application has been presented to the License Commission from Eric & Joanne Kenworthy for the approval of a Short-Term Rental License for 302 Broadway, unit 401 & 402, MA 02149. A copy of the application is on file and available in the Office of Inspectional Services, room 26 located at City Hall, 484 Broadway, Everett, MA 02149 and can be viewed by request during regular City Hall business hours by contacting ISD at 617-944-0211. All interested parties may attend. 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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 Page 19 CITY OF EVERETT ~ Legal Notice ~ ~ Legal Notice ~ PUBLIC HEARING FOR PETITION FROM MASSACHUSETTS ELECTRIC COMPANY D/B/A NATIONAL GRID AND VERIZON NEW ENGLAND, INC To all parties interested in the public hearing. Be it hereby ordered: Massachusetts Electric Company d/b/a National Grid and Verizon New England, Inc to construct a line of underground electric conduits, including the necessary sustaining and protecting fixtures, under and across the public way or ways hereinafter named. The following are the streets and highways referred to: Plan # 30689947 Boston St - National Grid to install 1 JO Pole on Boston St beginning at a point approximately 40 feet northeast of the centerline of the intersection of 2nd St and Boston St and continuing approximately 10 feet in a northwest direction. Install JO Pole # 936, 108ft +/- southwest of pole # 935 on Boston St to provide overhead clearance for a new development at 337 Second St. Wherefore it prays that after due notice and hearing as provided by law, it be granted permission to excavate the public highways and to run and maintain underground electric conduits, together with such sustaining and protecting fixtures as it may find necessary for the transmission of electricity, said underground conduits to be located substantially in accordance with the plan filed herewith marked: Boston St - Everett - Massachusetts. Hearing to be held with the Everett City Council, held on Monday at 7:00PM, on the 12th of December, 2022 at the Everett City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, Everett City Hall. November 23, 2022 ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a certain mortgage given by Jeanette E. Keene to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for Reverse Mortgage Funding LLC, dated March 31, 2021 and recorded in the Middlesex County (Southern District) Registry of Deeds in Book 77952, Page 27, of which mortgage the undersigned is the present holder, by assignment from: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as mortgagee, as nominee for Reverse Mortgage Funding LLC, its successors and assigns to Reverse Mortgage Funding LLC, recorded on November 16, 2021, in Book No. 79154, at Page 346 for breach of the conditions of said mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing, the same will be sold at Public Auction at 10:00 AM on December 7, 2022, on the mortgaged premises located at 9-11 Timothy Avenue, Everett, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, all and singular the premises described in said mortgage, TO WIT: The land with the buildings thereon situated in Everett, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on the Northeasterly side of Timothy Avenue, being shown as Lot 4 on a plan of land in Everett, A.F. Sargent, Surveyor, dated October 25, 1917 and recorded with Middlesex South District Deeds at the end of Book 4187, bounded and described as follows: SOUTHWESTERLY: by Timothy Avenue, 45.50 feet; NORTHWESTERLY: by Lot 3 on said plan, 86 feet; EASTERLY: by Lot 7 on said plan, 19 feet; NORTHEASTERLY: by said Lot 7, 27.9 feet; and SOUTHEASTERLY: by Lot 5 on said plan, 75 feet. Containing 3630 square feet of land. For mortgagor’s(s’) title see deed recorded with Middlesex County (Southern District) Registry of Deeds in Book 25315, Page 488. CITY OF EVERETT NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING Notice is hereby given that the City of Everett, acting through the Department of Planning and Development, will hold a public meeting on Thursday, December 1, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. in the Speaker George Keverian Room, 3rd floor, Everett City Hall, 484 Broadway, Everett, MA 02149. The purpose of the meeting is to amend and update the City’s Community Development Strategy (CDS) and will include a discussion of Everett’s unmet housing and community development needs. The CDS is based on various planning documents used by a community, and outlines a plan of action intended to accomplish specific community development goals that will have a positive impact on the community. A community’s CDS will identify the goals and objectives of community development efforts over a 3-to-5-year period and explain how the community expects to address the priorities with the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and non-CDBG funds. Each activity included in a Massachusetts CDBG application must relate to and be reflected in the Strategy. Any person or organization so wishing will be afforded an opportunity to be heard. Suggestions for CDS amendments may be made at the meeting or in writing to the Department of Planning and Development before the meeting. The City encourages a broad spectrum of participation by residents and other interested parties in order to better understand and serve the needs of the community. The meeting location is accessible to persons with physical disabilities. If you require a translator, an accommodation for a hearing impairment or other accommodation, contact the Department of Planning and Development no later than Monday, November 28, 2022, at City Hall, by contacting Matt Lattanzi matt.lattanzi@ci.everett.ma.us or calling 617-394-2206. November 18, 23, 2022 These premises will be sold and conveyed subject to and with the benefit of all rights, rights of way, restrictions, easements, covenants, liens or claims in the nature of liens, improvements, public assessments, any and all unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax liens, water and sewer liens and any other municipal assessments or liens or existing encumbrances of record which are in force and are applicable, having priority over said mortgage, whether or not reference to such restrictions, easements, improvements, liens or encumbrances is made in the deed. TERMS OF SALE: A deposit of Five Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars by certified or bank check will be required to be paid by the purchaser at the time and place of sale. The balance is to be paid by certified or bank check at Harmon Law Offices, P.C., 150 California St., Newton, Massachusetts 02458, or by mail to P.O. Box 610389, Newton Highlands, Massachusetts 02461-0389, within thirty (30) days from the date of sale. Deed will be provided to purchaser for recording upon receipt in full of the purchase price. The description of the premises contained in said mortgage shall control in the event of an error in this publication. Other terms, if any, to be announced at the sale. REVERSE MORTGAGE FUNDING, LLC Present holder of said mortgage By its Attorneys, HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C. 150 California St. Newton, MA 02458 (617)558-0500 November 11,18, 23, 2022

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Page 22 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 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 Parsai-Salehi, Betsa Pierotti Jr, Joseph Hoseinzane, Saeid SELLER1 88 Irving Street T Vando, Trung SELLER2 Giacchino, Edward A ADDRESS 88 Irving St 11 Bartlett St GUEST | FROM PAGE 16 thankfulness to Him for who He is and all He does in our lives. When life tells you to be bitter, envious, and depressed, choose to be thankful. Choose to be the Samaritan who returned and gave thanks. No matter the situation in which you find yourself right now, there are always many things for which to be thankful! Think of all the things that the Lord has done for you. Hasn’t He been gracious to us in hundreds, no actually, thousands of ways? We need to quickly recognize God’s abounding love, care, provision, protection, and kind providences. Geoff Thomas, in his message The Thankful Leper, states, “You have received every lovely thing God has given you-every mouthful of food you take, every breath you inhale, every We have sold all our inventory, are you looking to sell? Reach out to us for a Free Pre-Listing Review, where we can discuss the best options for your family. We turn Real Estate into SOLD! Call Sue now @781-558-1091 or email infowithmango@gmail.com mangorealtyteam.com 38 Main St. Saugus (781) 558-1091 20 Railroad Ave. Rockport (978)-999-5408 Saugus 20 Railroad Ave. Rockport (978)-999-5408 Thank you Hello! My name is Rosa Palomba-Rescigno. As a licensed real estate agent in Massachusetts since 2017, I have had great success helping clients buy and sell homes in the Saugus area, now expanding further in the Rockport, Gloucester area. My experienced, committed team is Mango Realty Inc., located at 38 Main Street, Saugus and our 2nd location at 20 Railroad Ave, Rockport. At Mango Realty Inc., we work together, helping each other grow individually, but also by expanding our network as a team, which is a part of my job that I love. Welcome home. This two family with large units and an additional living space in the lower level. 5 Baths total. Unit 1 is New which holds a 4 Room 2 bedroom fireplace, washer and dryer. Unit 2 offers a 6 Room 3 Bedroom and 2 full baths with a fireplace that leads to dining area with sliding door overlooking deck where you could view miles of flat land. Generous size rooms with ceiling fans and plenty of storage space. 2 tier decks, heated pool. 2 car drive way with space for 8-10 cars, cabana with a full bath and a kitchen. 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The open concept kitchen offers stainless appliances and plenty of granite tops which flows to living room and inviting fireplace which leads to double door going onto the deck. Balancing things off on the second floor are 3 generous bedrooms. The main bedroom has a large sitting room, main bath all leading to a spacious roof top balcony. Large driveway, level yard, 1 car garage and more. ...$668,000 conce conce ce ncing hin ncing g ad g t edroo oo edroom . T ading to a oms. T g to a g thin The m g thing of on ep Th main main n b bed p p m n bed ngs of m n bed on on the e wh e whi hic hic on the n the e e hich le e sec e sec le e sec Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. We would love to help you with your real estate needs. 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The main level boasts an eat in kitchen, along with living room and 3 generous bedrooms on the second floor. the lower level or could also be categorized as the ground level offers a large family room or bedroom with a full bath. Did I mention washer and dryer in the units, 1 deeded parking, 1 car garage., transportation, nearby shops, and churches? Make this nestled home a win ...$369,000 SAUGUS for your business this year! Happy Thanksgiving Amesbury Everett Everett CITY DATE 11.01.22 11.01.22 PRICE 730000 80000 note of music you hear, every smile on the face of a friend, a child, a spouse, all the incredible gifts of intelligence, long life, health, loving parents, and of course many material blessings. Are you thanking Him? Or are you just like the nine ungrateful lepers?” Jesus is the son of God, God incarnate, and the Savior who is worthy of worship and our constant gratitude. God deserves our gratefulness; don’t take Him for granted. This Thanksgiving, and all year round, we should have a heart fi lled to overfl owing with thankfulness to God. Psalm 136:1 “Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good, for his steadfast love endures forever” —Dr. Jim Thrasher is the Senior Advisor to the Vice President for Student Recruitment and the coordinator of the Institute for Faith & Freedom’s working group on calling. Turnkey awaits for new owner. Spectacular sun-filled 3 bedroom ranch that boasts gleaming hardwood floors throughout, including central air. The open concept kitchen offers stainless appliances and plenty of granite counter tops, stainless appliances, center island that flows into the dining area and open concept of large living room. If you want a home within a suburban feel that offers a deck, shed, level fenced yard, driveway, dead end and more! 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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 Page 23 ............. # 1 Listing & Selling Office in Saugus “Experience and knowledge Provide the Best Service” Free Market Evaluations CRE CarpenitoRealEstate.com SAUGUS - 1st AD - 5 room Cape offers 3 bedrooms, great open floor plan, hardwood flooring, convenient 1st floor bedroom, sunroom, gorgeous, level lot with storage shed, located in Lynnhurst neighborhood. Offered at $515,00. From the Staff at Carpenito Real Estate, Have a Safe & Happy Thanksgiving SAUGUS - 1st AD - Desirable Brookdale Condo offers this spacious 1 bedroom unit, beautiful, updated kit w/quart counter, peninsula w/seating, built-in desk, hardwood flooring, great open floor plan, extra storage, located just outside of Saugus Center. Offered at $275,000. SAUGUS - 1st AD - 10 room colonial offers 5-6 bedrooms, 1 ½ baths, wood flooring, located on Saugus River, home is in need total rehab. Offered at $499,900. WONDERING WHAT YOUR HOME IS WORTH? CALL US FOR A FREE OPINION OF VALUE. 781-233-1401 38 MAIN STREET, SAUGUS LET US SHOW YOU OUR MARKETING PLAN TO GET YOU TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR HOME! LITTLEFIELDRE.COM View our website from your mobile phone! 335 Central St., Saugus, MA 781-233-7300 LYNN - 1st AD - 4 room Ranch offers renovated kitchen with granite counter & ct flooring, fireplace lvrm, refinished hardwood flooring, finished lower level with familyroom, breezeway, 1 car garage, great location! Offered at $429,900.

Page 24 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – WEDnEsDAy, nOVEmbER 23, 2022 Follow Us On: COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY SALES & RENTALS Sandy Juliano Broker/President The staff at JRS Properties wishes everyone a Safe, Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving! WE KNOW EVERETT!! Call TODAY to sell or buy with the best! FOR SALE Condo 1 Riverview Blvd, Methuen Building 5, Unit 204, 2 bed, 2.5 bath $349,900. Call Sandy at 617448-0854 for Details! UNDER AGREEMENT BACK ON THE MARKET! NEW LISTING BY SANDY, 3 FAMILY, 234 WILSON AVE., NAHANT $1,600,000. PLEASE CALL SANDY FOR DETAILS @ 617-448-0854 New Listing by Sandy Single family, 81 Florence Street, Everett SINGLE FAMILY, 21 WALDEN TERRACE, SAUGUS. $849,900. CALL SANDY FOR 617-448-0854 RENTED BY RENTED 43 CHARLTON ST, EVERETT CALL NORMA FOR DETAILS 617-590-9143 NORMA AS TENANT’S AGENT NEW PRICE: $649,900 NEW LISTING BY NORMA UNDER AGREEMENT COMMERCIAL BUILDING ON BROADWAY, EVERETT PLEASE CALL NORMA AT 617-590-9143 FOR MORE INFORMATION NEW LISTING BY SANDY Open Daily From 10:00 A Joe DiNuzzo - Broker Associate Norma Capuano Parziale - Agent Denise Matarazzo - Agent A.M. - 5:00 P.M.00 PM 433 Broadway, Suite B, Everett, MA 02149 www.jrs-properties.com Follow Us On: Rosemarie Ciampi - Agent Mark Sachetta - Agent 617-294-1041

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