REVERE Vol.29, No.45 -FREEMAYOR’S OP-ED: “WE’RE ON TO THE FUTURE” SEE PAGE 17 ADVOCATE Big win for Arrigo & Revere www.advocatenews.net Free Every Friday 781-286-8500 Friday, November 8 , 2019 Supporters give mayor tremendous vote of confidence By Kevin Mahoney T uesday’s Nov. 5 General Municipal Election saw more than 11,000 Revere residents visit their local polling station to vote in contested Mayoral, Councillor-at-Large, Ward 6 City Council and School Committee races. In the heated Mayoral race, Mayor Brian Arrigo retained his seat, having received a total of 5,823 votes, equating to about 52% of the total vote. “I am gratified that the voters of this community recognized the progress we have made during the past four years and expressed their approval of our leadership … My campaign for reelection emphasized two points: the City’s progress, and its unlimited potential to prosper. Now we continue our work on the second of those points: Revere stands at the threshold of an era of historic economic advancement, and now is the time for all walks of our population to come together and continue Revere’s success.” His opponent, Councillorat-Large Daniel Rizzo, received a total of 5,261 votes, equating to about 47% of the total vote. Councillor Jessica Giannino topped the ticket in the Councillor-at-Large race, reHOW SWEET IT IS! ceiving a total of 5,695 votes, about 10% of the total vote. “It’s been really exciting. I am overwhelmed by the unofficial results and I can’t wait to see what the final numbers come in as. I want to thank my family and my committee for everything. It’s just been a great ride,” said Councillor Giannino. Councillor George Rotondo reclaimed his Councillorat-Large seat, too, receiving a total of 3,744 votes. This equates to about 7% of the total vote. “I’m sorry that I wasn’t able to campaign as hard as I have in the past, due to illness. But I am grateful to my supporters. The people know that I will always stand up and fight for them. And that itself is what continues to make me successful as a candidate in the city BIG WIN | SEE PAGE 2 Newcomer tops School Committee race By Tara Vocino A local Yale University graduate topped the ticket in Mayor Brian Arrigo and the First Lady, Daveen, were sharing an umbrella outside the Lincoln School on Election Day. Who wouldn’t be smiling, with a rainbow chip cake the mayor and his lovely wife, Daveen, purchased from the Lincoln School PTA who was selling baked goods outside the school’s polling place. See pages 3 &11 for photo highlights. (Advocate Photo by Christopher Roberson) Tuesday’s School Committee race in the municipal election. Anthony D’Ambrosio, 23, who received more than 5,300 votes, campaigned vigorously for eight months, waking up at 5:30 a.m. daily to hold signs. “I would love to thank my mother, father and girlfriend for supporting me, as I’ve probably driven them crazy over the course of the past few months,” D’Ambrosio said Wednesday. “I would also like to thank each member of my incredible team.” He said he’s in the process of calling them all now and that they sacrificed hundreds of hours for this campaign. D’Ambrosio thanked his opponents – Michael Toto Jr., Albert Terminiello Jr. and John Kingston – for running excellent campaigns as well. Although D’Ambrosio would have been happy with any outcome that resulted in his election, he feels blessed that he received an overwhelming majority of votes. “I’m so honored and humbled by the voters’ support,” D’Ambrosio said. “This city means the world to me – it’s given my family everything.” Calling it his dream and greatest honor of his life, he said he’d absolutely do it again and that he didn’t look upon the long hours as a sacrifice. “I definitely owe my wonderful girlfriend a bit more face time after this campaign,” he joked. As for his goals, he seeks to help continue bringing ReTOPS SCHOOL | SEE PAGE 12

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THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 Page 3 “Arri-Goes” Four More Years “F By Tara Vocino our more years,” “A-R-R-I-G-O” and “Brian, Brian!” were heard through the Marina at The Wharf Restaurant late Tuesday night. It was an orange and blue crowd of approximately 200 supporters as reelected Mayor Brian Arrigo earned a second four-year term as the city’s chief executive officer. Arrigo received 52 percent of the votes while Councillor-at-Large/ mayoral candidate Daniel Rizzo was slightly behind him at 47 percent of the total votes. Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com. CELEBRATION: Supporters Kae and Scott McCraney, Kori O’Hara, RPD Chief James Gui do, (back center), John Viarella, Colleen and Rocco Falzone, Nan cy Maniscalco, and Councillor Steven Morabito, seated. The office team will continue another four years – Administrative Asst./Scheduler Linda DeMaio, Mayoral Aide Nicholas Romano, Mayor Brian Arrigo, Chief of Staff Robert Marra Jr., Receptionist Janice DeLuca and Administrative Asst. Deb Peczka. BILLY PEZZULO Start Your Weekend at the Marina Dance Party! Saturday, November 9 at 9 PM Dance to the Hits of Yesterday & Today DJ LOGIK Friday, November 8 at 9 PM Musician & Singer Mayor Brian Arrigo with supporters Danielle and Stephen Logan Bobby and Roberta Rose and Sharon Silvestri (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) MONDAY'S SHUCK! $1.00 Oysters For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@ advocatenews.net SUNDAY BRUNCH BUFFET Only $19.95 / 11am-2pm Featuring Al Whitney Jazz Band BOOK YOUR NEXT FUNCTION WITH US * GIFT CARDS AMPLE FREE www.marinaatthewharf.com 543 North Shore Rd. Revere 781-629-3798 PARKING AMAZING WATER VIEWS

Page 4 THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 Multipurpose office space celebrates grand openings on Halloween By Tara Vocino D ecked in Halloween decor, it was a spooky Halloween ribbon-cutting ceremony at the recently renovated SofisTech, Inc. building, which hosted the grand openings of Timeless Beauty Salon & Spa, Rainbow Art Studio, and Revere Business Center last Thursday. Whether it’s pampering, children’s art classes, car wrapping, or shipping services, this multipurpose office building has something for everyone. Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com. Rainbow Art Studio teachers Laura Catano and Lina Ramirez offer art classes to a wide array of ages, from 18 months to eight years old. Ward 2 City Councillor Ira Novoselsky, SofisTech owners Sandra and Juan Jaramillo, Ward 1 City Councillor Joanne McKenna, Mayor Brian Arrigo, Revere Business Center owner Osman Chaparro, Timeless Beauty Salon & Spa stylists Nancy Villegas and Idalia Murillo Staff Sargent James J. Hill Elementary School students caught being kind Installer Arlex Arango, installer Harold Ramirez, SofisTech owners Sandra and Juan Jaramillo, bookkeeper Bibiana Beujumea and Disney’s “Alice in Wonderland” illustrator Ever Alvorado all worked on this wall wrap inside the SofisTech office. August/September Tania Vildoza Nathan Brown Joseph Dogherty Rahj Lewis-Stanley Isaiah Brown Emmanuel Lopera Tiffany Vildoza Saniya Jean-Louis JaiDan Abreus Christian Henriquez Lorena Sorto Jaleyah Soto Morgan Sullivan Dav’Lyn Johnson Angelina Nunez Nelly Calderon Sagastume Angelina Molina Lesley Castro Camilo Quiroga Blanco Jayrell Johnson Eva Nguon Xavier Ventura Ava Licona October Elsie D’Amato Davi Silva Berger Reda Atoui Alejandro Belloso Amaya Czerwinski Jayla Baez Bentley Corbett Laura Lopez Alzate Julie Dos Santos Rodrigo Vargas Sabrina Pereira Nicholas Rodriguez Enzo Rodrigues Davi Pancieri Gael Pais Acuna Claudia Erazo Rivera Sophia Morales Solis Larissa Lage Justin Gedeon Dianne Britto Nicolas Lantigua To my dedicated and loyal committee and most of all to the citizens of Revere, for your unwavering support! Thank You! ANTHONY T. ZAMBUTO Councillor-at-Large (Paid Political Advertisement)

THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 Page 5 Revere Police and Fire Departments receive donation for children in crisis T he Revere Police and Fire Departments recently received a generous donation of plush “Trouble the Dogs” to help children in crisis, thanks to Marblehead Opticians and proceeds from The Kennek Foundation’s annual Trouble the Dog Motorcycle Ride. The Kennek Foundation Founder Sheila Duncan and Marblehead Opticians owner Dr. Gary Freedman facilitated the donation as a way to support the local community. The Kennek Foundation provides support to first reUnderage driver strikes sponders and children in crisis through the “Trouble on the Scene” program with the help of the toy Trouble the Dog. First responders in Revere will give Trouble the Dogs to children in the event of an accident, fire or other emergency. Washington Ave. utility pole, knocks out power to thousands By Christopher Roberson A pproximately 7,000 homes recently lost power after a 14-year-old girl crashed her parents’ car into a utility pole on Washington Avenue. According to Revere Police, the crash occurred at 2 a.m. on October 24. The impact reportedly caused the power lines to fall 12 feet to the ground and ignite. The crash also knocked out power to some residents in Everett and Malden. The girl, whose identity has not been released, was taken to an area hospital where she was treated for minor injuries. Police said they intend to file charges against the girl. Shown from left to right are Revere Deputy Fire Chief James Cullen, Revere Fire Chief Christopher Bright, Revere Public Safety Grant Manager Kathleen Callahan, The Kennek Foundation Founder Sheila Duncan and Revere Chief of Police James Guido. (Courtesy Photo)

Page 6 THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 Valsos Table & Bar mixes international cuisine By Tara Vocino W here a Moroccan organic cafe once stood, Valsos Table & Bar, a restaurant specializing in international cuisine, opened its doors on Oct. 8 and hosted its official ribbon-cutting ceremony last Thursday afternoon at 139 Shirley Ave. According to co-owner Alex Herrera, the Latin American/ Italian fusion mixes food as well as beverages. Using caramel, lemongrass and orange peel in their cocktails, Rustic Lover or mezcal tequila with grilled pineapple is a customer favorite. They are proud to serve craft beer made locally – Night Shift Brewing in Everett and Bent Water Brewing in Lynn. Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com. Shown from left to right inside Valsos Table & Bar are Revere Signage & Storefront Program Director/Business Liaison John Festa, Ward 2 City Councillor Ira Novoselsky, Mayor Brian Arrigo (awarding Valsos Table & Bar a citation), Valsos Table & Bar co-owners Alvaro Garcia and Alex Herrera, Revere Assistant Project Manager Tyler Ash and Revere Community Development Director Bethany Rosa. Valsos Table & Bar co-owner/ chef Alvaro Garcia stirs a pasta bowl in the kitchen. Valsos Table & Bar chef Wilson Sepulveda mixes up tomato basil sauce last Thursday afternoon before the official ribbon-cutting ceremony. (Advocate Photos by Tara Vocino) Valsos bartender Natalia Gallego serves a glass of Vina Zaco Rioja Tempranillo. Customers Bethany Rosa, Alex Herrera, Tyler Ash and John Festa grab a beer at the bar. The ribbon is ready to be cut. Included in the ribbon-cutting ceremony were Revere Signage & Storefront Program Director/Business Liaison John Festa, Ward 2 City Councillor Ira Novoselsky; Mayor Brian Arrigo, Valsos Table & Bar co-owner Alvaro Garcia, Valsos Table & Bar bartender Natalia Gallego, Revere Economic Development/Strategic Planning Director Robert O’Brien, Revere Assistant Project Manager Tyler Ash and Revere Community Development Director Bethany Rosa.

THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 Page 7 ~ LETTER-TO-THE-EDITOR ~ Zoning “‘Fright Night’ … in Revere’s City Council Chambers” To the Editor: Passing the Revere Recreation Center, I caught sight of a sign for Fright Night which stated that it was on November 3rd. I thought surely there must be a mistake for “Fright Night” took place on Monday, October 28th, 2019 in Revere’s City Council Chambers in City Hall. At the meeting, there was a request to change the zoning map of a lot on Sigourney Street from residential to commercial. This change will have a drastically adverse impact on traffic at an already congested intersection – Sigourney Street and Squire Road. Most importantly, if this area can so easily be rezoned here, it can be rezoned anywhere. How would you feel if you woke up tomorrow and the house next door had been converted to a strip club? During the council meeting Ward 1 Councilor Joanne McKenna stated that she wanted to hear from the abutters of the residential property on Sigourney Street. However, did abutters receive any notice of this meeting? The answer is: NO abutters were ever notified by the City of Revere of the Revere City Council Meeting in which a hearing was ordered on the application of 338 Squire Road LLC, to change the zoning district of the vacant lots from residential to commercial. The residential area is located directly behind the gas station and Joe’s Market at 338 Squire Road. Councilor McKenna was the only councilor to question the hours of operation of the existing gas station and mini mart at 338 Squire Road. The answer she received: 24 HOURS. The business operates 24 hours meaning that this change from residential to commercial will have a major impact on the neighborhood and the quality of life of those who live in the area. This impact will exist for all 24 hours of the day. City Councilor Steve Morabito questioned whether security cameras would be installed. In addition, Councilor Morabito spoke about potential loud noise that would impact the neighborhood by this potential zoning change. Councilor Morabito also questioned whether the change would cause the area to become a “drug hangout.” Councilor McKenna was vocal in stating that she wouldn’t want the expansion of the gas station next door to her own home. If this is allowed by the City Council in this residential area then it could happen in any residential space in the city. I urge you to contact your city councilors and voice your concerns regarding increased TRAFFIC, NOISE, POLLUTION, and CRIME which will impact anyone living or traveling in the area. THIS CHANGE CREATES AN ACCIDENT WAITING TO HAPPEN. No other councilors asked questions in regard to this change which will negatively impact everyday activity in the city. I am writing to let you know that these facts will not be swept under the rug as has been attempted. As Martin Luther King Jr. once wrote, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” We would like our voices heard as we state that there is no need for expansion of the current gas station at 338 Squire Road which will have a negative impact on the quality of the neighborhood and the quality of life of those men, women, and children living in the area. Changing the zoning from residential to commercial will have a serious and detrimental impact on PUBLIC Enjoy Everett’s Unique Steak House We offer an authentic dining experience featuring homemade recipes from Brazil, passed down from generations. The main attraction is the Rodízio which is an all-you-can-eat traditional Brazilian barbecue that you may enjoy as much as you like for one fixed price, served table-side in a skewers of beef, chicken, pork and lamb. Accompanying the barbecued meats is a full-course exceptional salad bar and a delicious Brazilian hot side dishes made from typical Brazilian ingredients updated daily. Beside the Rodízio we also offer an option to pay by weight and delicious homemade desserts. Karaoke and Sports in our Lounge Bar Experience the best Brazilian steakhouse in the Boston area! SAFETY. You can understand how truly frustrating and frightening a situation this is – when those who are paid to represent the interests and protect the rights of you and your family instead think about their own interests – well that is a “frightful” place indeed! Sincerely, Name Withheld Upon Request Revere, MA FULL LIQUOR BAR Enjoy our selection of drinks and coming to join us our sport bar atmosphere with a large variety drinks and try out traditional Caipirinha. Enjoy the Karaoke night every Tuesday and live music from Thursday to Sunday. Like us on Facebook advocate newspaper Facebook.com/Advocate.news.ma 749 Broadway, Everett * (617) 389-8615 Hours: Sun-Thurs 11AM-11PM/Fri-Sat 11AM-12AM/Bar Open until 1AM Call Now for Reservations or UBER EATS Delivery!

Page 8 THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 Patriots advance by drubbing Dracut, 42-6 By Greg Phipps I t’s appearing more and more like this may be a special season for the Revere Patriots’ football program. Running back Joe Llanos had his usual productive game, rushing for 135 yards and two touchdowns, and the defense held the opponents to one score in leading the Patriots to a convincing 42-6 drubbing of Dracut in the opening round of the Div. 4 North playoffs last Friday night at Harry Della Russo Stadium. Second-seeded Revere remained unbeaten at 8-0 and move on to host No. 3 Wayland (6-1) in the semifinal round on Friday at 6:30 p.m. at Della Russo. The winthe staff traveled to the WaylandWakefield game last Saturday, and they were able to scout the Warriors, who knocked off Wakefield, 27-14. “We’re going to enjoy this for now, but we go back to work Saturday [and] we’ll watch film Sunday,” he told the press after last Friday’s first-round win. “This is just the beginning and, hopefully, we can keep it going.” Cicatelli had concerns about a seventh-seeded Dracut squad that appeared better than its 3-4 record entering last Friday’s affair. His worries were quickly reduced when Billy Ginepra returned the opening kickoff 75 yards for a touchdown and a 6-0 Revere lead. “When you Billy Byrne-Ginepra returns the opening kickoff for a touchdown, making it the third game in a row the Patriots have scored a touchdown on their first time touching the ball. The Junior ROTC sang the National Anthem. (Advocate Photos by Mike Kearney) Joe Llanos follows his blockers for a long run. Quarterback Calvin Boudreau hits Joe Llanos with a pass for a 20-yard gain. ner will take on either top-seeded Melrose, which is undefeated, or fifth-seeded Marblehead. The Patriots knocked off the Magicians three weeks ago at Marblehead’s home field. Of course, it only gets tougher for Revere, which has risen to every challenge thus far this season. Head coach Lou Cicatelli and his staff have had a chance to study and get a book on this week’s opponent. Both he and can make big plays, especially at home with the home crowd, it’s definitely helpful,” said Cicatelli of Ginepra’s game-opening TD. A 12-yard scoring run by Jonathan Murphy and a successful PAT kick by Rayan Riazi increased the advantage to 13-0. It became a 21-0 contest in the second quarter when Llanos raced 19 yards for a score, followed by a two-point pass play from quarterback Calvin Boudreau to Murphy. Dracut scored its only points before the half but wouldn’t light up the scoreboard again. The Patriots did the rest of the scoring. Two TDs in the third quarter – a 19-yard jaunt by Llanos after a Revere fumble recovery inside Dracut’s 30, and an eight-yard run from Adetayo Atitebi – built the margin to 35-6, and the Patriots never looked back. Zach Furlong would add a 16yard rushing TD in the fourth period to account for the final result. Riazi made good on four of his five PAT kick attempts, and Llanos, with another 100plus yard game, is well over 1,000 rushing yards in what has amounted to a stellar comeback season after suffering a seasonending injury last year. Jonathon Murphy with a long touchdown run Monogram D4 Double siding Cedar impression half rounds Harvey Vinyl 60 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

THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 Page 9 Revere-based organization names horse after Winthrop detective By Tara Vocino O n Saturday afternoon on the Winthrop town common, Winthrop Police Det. Judith Racow was the first female officer to have a Horses and Heroes award named in her honor. The House of Representatives and State Senate both presented Racow with a citation for her “incredible bravery in the line of duty.” During an undercover buy on Everett Avenue in Chelsea on Nov. 8, 1995, Racow was allegedly kidnapped during what she referred to as “a drug investigation gone bad.” The suspect tried to hit her in the head and crash the car that they were riding in into trees, according to Racow. Therefore, The Horses and Heroes Foundation, a Revere-based organization, named a horse after her. The nonprofit organization focuses on naming horses after Massachusetts officers who are recipients of the Trooper Hanna Award. That commendation is named after George L. Hanna, who lost his life during a motor vehicle stop on Feb. 26, 1983. That annual award applauds other officers who have displayed acts of bravery during their careers. “I feel honored to be the first female officer to have a Horses and Heroes award named in my honor,” Racow said. Racow is one of the only officers from Winthrop and one of only 19 women to be the recipient of the Trooper Hanna Award for bravery. The Horses and Heroes Foundation was established to partner donated police horses named in Shown from left to right are son Devin, son Michael, husband Steven, Police Det. Judy Racow, horse Judith Racow, event organizer Skyllar Mullvaney, Winthrop Town Council President Ronald Vecchia and Winthrop Town Manager Austin Faison. honor of those men and women that protect and serve, with mounted patrol units throughout the United States. Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com. Winthrop Police Det. Judy Racow was recently honored by Revere organization Horses and Heroes. Shown from left to right are Winthrop Town Council President Ronald Vecchia, Winthrop Police Det. Judy Racow, Winthrop Precinct 1 Councillor Richard Ferrino and Winthrop Precinct 5 Councillor Peter Christopher. Eastern bank Bldg. Rt-1 605 Broadway, #301 Saugus, MA 01906 781-233-6844 www.bostonnorthdental.com Dr. Priti Amlani Winthrop councillors congratulate Police Det. Judith Racow on having a Horses and Hero Foundation horse named after her. Dr. Bruce Goldman Dr. Bhavisha Patel Winthrop Police Det. Judy Racow with the horse that was named after her Wendy Millar Page with Police Det. Judy Racow (Advocate Photos by Tara Vocino) Full mouth Rehabilitation Before After

Page 10 THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 Lady Pats finish with 14 wins, set for playoffs By Greg Phipps F inishing up the regular season with a win, a loss (their first of the season) and a tie, the Revere High School girls’ soccer team prepared for the postseason tourney, which opened this week. The No. 1 seeded Lady Patriots squared off in the quarterfinal round against eighth-seeded Acton-Boxboro on Thursday at Harry Della Russo Stadium (after press deadline). The Lady Patriots completed a historically-good 14-1-3 regular season with a 1-1 deadlock at Lowell last Tuesday, Oct. 29. They suffered their only defeat at Haverhill (a 6-0 loss) back on Oct. 25. Revere’s most recent victory was a 2-0 shutout triumph at Lynn Classical on Oct. 23. First period goals by Carolina Bettero and Nahomy Galvez Martinez turned out to be enough in the win over Lynn Classical, as the Lady Patriots were able to fend off some LC pressure in the second half and come away with the shutout win. It was a matter of Revere making good on its opportunities and the hosts missing out on theirs. After the contest head coach Megan O’Donnell talked about the team’s strong chemistry and togetherness. “They’ve bonded really well, they’re keeping their heads up and staying positive,” she told the press. “That’s one thing this team has taken from the past – working together and staying positive.” The Lady Patriots also accomplished a first this season when they defeated Malden, 2-1, on Oct. 21. For the first time in the program’s history, the Lady Patriots earned the right to be called co-champions of the Greater Boston League (GBL), as they notched a share of this year’s league championship. Bettero scored twice to help lead the playoff-bound Lady Patriots to victory. Teammates Sofia Chorqi and Maddy Yanes assisted on the goals. That win was followed up by a 6-0 Senior Night triumph over Charlestown on Oct. 22 at Harry Della Russo Stadium; five players scored their first-ever varsity goals. “Charlestown played us tough on Senior Night but we were able to get a few players their first varsity goals,” said O’Donnell. Two seniors, Elsy Romero and Wissam Benzerdjeb, netted their T Revere’s Jackelynn Zapata raced a Lynn Classical player to the ball in a recent 2-0 win at Manning Field in Lynn. Revere captain Katie O’Donnell and her teammates saw a historically good field hockey season come to an end in last week’s first-round playoff loss to Chelmsford. By Greg Phipps he Revere field hockey team completed its best season in many years after its defeat to Chelmsford last Wednesday Revere’s Sofia Choqri unleashed a free kick in a win over Lynn Classical. (Advocate Photos by Greg Phipps) in the first round of the Div. 1 North playoffs at Harry Della Russo Stadium. The Lady Patriots finished 12-3-2 and made their first postseason appearance in over 30 years. Revere was seeded fifth in this year’s tournament. Unfortunately, the Lady Patriots drew a tough No. 12 seed in Chelmsford, which advanced to the semifinals before losing to Acton-Boxboro. The visiting Lady Lions got the better of Revere in winning Wednesday’s opening round, 6-0. In volleyball action, Revere received an unusual bid by being placed in the Div. 1 Central/East bracket. The sixth-seeded Patriots traveled to take on No. 3 seed King Philip in a quarterfinal round match on Monday. (Revere was given a bye in the first round.) The Patriots were defeated in three sets, but it didn’t take away from a season of accomplishment. Revere finished 13-8 overall, captured the Greater Boston League crown by going 7-1 in league play and advanced to the postseason tournament for the second-straight season. Strong seasons end for Revere field hockey, volleyball Revere forward Nahomy Galvez Martinez battled for the ball against Lynn Classical. first-ever tallies. “It was a special night for them both because their families were there to witness it,” O’Donnell observed. “We had a great crowd and everyone showed a lot of school spirit. It was truly amazing.” Three other Revere players – Camila Perez, Imane Douane and Kyra Delaney – also scored for the first time at the varsity level. Luana Barbosa knocked home the other tally for the Lady Patriots Revere captain Lynzie Anderson and the rest of the Patriots squad saw their fine volleyball season end with a first-round playoff loss on Monday. (Advocate Photos by Greg Phipps)

THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 Page 11 Election night in Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo (center) with supporters campaigning on Malden Street on Election Day. Arrigo defeated challenger Daniel Rizzo by 562 votes to secure a second term. (Advocate Photos by Christopher Roberson) JoAnn and Councillor-at-Large Jessica Giannino, shown with her grandmother JoAnn, said it is surreal that she topped the ticket for another term in office. Shown from left to right in the back row are Corrie O’Neil, Susan Papalambros and Jenna Harrity. Shown from left to right in the front row are Chloe O’Neil, Maryanne Fiorino, Charlotte Harrity and Declan Harrity. The group hosted a bake sale on Tuesday to raise money for the Lincoln School PTA. Father-in-Law Bobby Rose, Councillor-at-Large winner Gerry Visconti, and wife, Danielle. Councillor-at-Large Anthony Zambuto campaigning with supporter Jack Walsh. Zambuto finished in third place in the At-Large race with 4,285 votes and will be returning to the City Council. Current School Committee members who regained their seats are Carol Tye, Michael Ferrante, Stacey Rizzo, and Frederick Sannella. Ward 2 City Councillor incumbent Ira Novoselsky displays his excitement after being reelected. Police Chief James Guido congratulated his friend John Powers on his re-election as a Ward 5 City Councillor. Ward 1 City Councillor-at-Large winner Joanne McKenna, Ward 4 City Councillor/Council Vice President Patrick Keefe with his son, Patrick. First Lady Daveen and husband, Mayor Brian Arrigo embrace by the mayor’s office sign before the results come in on Tuesday night. Michelle D’Ambrosio (left) and Allie Cardello supporting School Committee candidate Anthony D’Ambrosio on Tuesday. D’Ambrosio topped the ticket in the A-Large School Committee race with 5,314 votes. School Committee incumbent Michael Ferrante jots down results on a clipboard. Richard Serino, Ward 6 City Councillor winner Richard Serino, and his mother, Gina, were congratulated by many at City Hall.

Page 12 THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 TOPS SCHOOL | FROM PAGE 1 vere’s school system into the 21st-century, with a particular focus on initiatives that prioritize mental health and students’ well-being. His campaign mindset was always that he was behind so that he could motivate himself to be the hardest worker possible, owing it all to the citizens of Revere. “Thank you so much for your vote of confidence,” D’Ambrosio said. “I will work as hard as possible to affirm your decision and push this city forward.” Other School Committee winners were incumbents Carol Tye with 5,010 votes, Michael Ferrante with 4,256 votes, Stacey Rizzo with 4,195 votes, Susan Gravellese with 4,169 votes and Frederick Sannella with 3,540 votes. BIG WIN | FROM PAGE 1 residents of Revere. It’s humbling and exciting to be able to represent them,” said Gerry Visconti, new Councillorat-Large. Councillor Joanne McKenAnthony’s proud dad, Gerry D’Ambrosio, who is a former school committee member and well-known attorney, friend Nicholas Raimo, School Committee winner Anthony D’Ambrosio and girlfriend Caitlin Walsh look at election results live on a laptop on Tuesday night at City Hall. Girlfriend Caitlin Walsh and top ticket School Committee winner Anthony D’Ambrosio said they are incredibly excited that he came out on top on Tuesday night at City Hall. na ran unopposed in the race for Ward 1, receiving a total of 1,294 votes, about 72% of the total vote. “I’m happy with my results. I’m happy that the people looked at me as somebody who gave 110%, worked very hard for the city, and the votes show it,” said Ward 1 Councillor McKenna. Councillor Ira Novoselsky reclaimed his seat in the race for Ward 2, receiving a total of 633 votes, about 66% of the total vote. “I expected a good win and I got that. I wish Robert Bent congratulations; it’s not easy to get into a race against a strong incumbent like myself … I’m looking forward to another two years of making Ward 2 a better place to live,” said Ward 2 Councillor Novoselsky. Councillor Patrick Keefe ran unopposed in the race for Ward 4 Councillor, receiving a total of 1,333 votes, about 67% of the total vote. “The residents of Revere and residents of Ward 4 showed their passion. We really appreciate that. I am glad to be reelected and I want to thank all my supporters. Most importantly, I want to thank the City of Revere – coming out and showing what they’re all about,” said Ward 4 Councillor Keefe. Richard Serino claimed the vacant seat in Ward 6, receiving a total of 1,452 votes. This equates to about 64% of the total vote. “I’m elated and incredibly humbled. I’m excited to get to work. I look forward to working with the Mayor and with my colleagues on the City Council, to implement some of the ideas that I had on my campaign … It’s been a very contentious mayoral race. I think now we all need to come together as a city and move forward,” said Richard Serino, new Ward 6 Councillor. Anthony D’Ambrosio became the new addition to the School Committee, topping the ticket with a total of 5,314 votes. This equates to about 8% of the total vote, garnering more votes than the mayoral contender. “I am so incredibly excited and it’s going to be an incredibly exciting and hardworking next few years. Thank you to everybody who has supported me,” said D’Ambrosio.

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Page 14 THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 City honors Revere Chamber of Commerce founder, developer Joseph Festa with Veterans Memorial Sign By Tara Vocino A World War II/U.S. Navy veteran, Revere Chamber of Commerce founder/past president and Joseph Festa Construction Company owner had a memorial pole dedication in his memory in front of the home that he lived in for more than 60 years at the intersection of Ann Road and Malden Street on Sunday afternoon. Approximately 50 people paid tribute to Joseph A. Festa Sr.’s life and legacy. “He loved this corner of Revere,” Mayor Brian Arrigo said. “So, we fittingly adorned this corner where he will always be part of Revere that he helped build.” Arrigo said that among other properties Festa and his team Sons Joseph, Jr. and John Festa hold up a photograph of their dad in his memory. built the current Citizens Bank Building on Broadway, the adjacent TD Bank Building (formerly the Broadway National Bank Building) and the wellknown Atlantic Towers apartment building at the beginning of Revere Beach. Arrigo said Festa downplayed his success and always dressed in a shirt and tie, along with gripping a firm handshake signifying friendship. Many of the streets in West Revere are named for members of this distinguished family: Ann Road, Joey Road, Johnny Road, Camille Road, Assunta Road, Festa Road, according to Arrigo. “He never outgrew the youthful enthusiasm he had for his city and his family,” Arrigo said. “He was a veteran, distinguished businessman and family man.” Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com. Brothers Joseph and John Festa. In front of Joseph A. Festa, Sr.’s home: Bottom row: granddaughter Morgan, great-granddaughter Alayna; grandson Joseph III and great-grandson Camden; middle row: daughter-in-law Jamie and son Joseph, Jr.; top row: grandson Gerard; great-granddaughter Calle, in-law Lauren, grandson John Jr., son John and son-in-law Daniel Mello. (Not pictured: daughter Ann Festa.) Veterans Service Office Director Marc Silvestri said Joseph A. Festa, Sr. did amazing things at the age of 18 serving his country, laying the foundation for his well-respected family members, and that he can’t think of a more special dedication. World War II and U.S. Navy veteran Joseph A. Festa, Sr. served all over the waters. Shown from left to right are Daniel Mello, John Festa, Jr., Jamie Festa, John Festa, Sr., Joseph Festa, Sr., and Calee, Elaine, Lauren, Gerard and Morgan Festa during the pole dedication on Sunday afternoon. (Not pictured: daughter Ann Festa.)

THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 Page 15 Wheelabrator Saugus continues support of Revere Pop Warner Wheelabrator Saugus continued its support of Revere Pop Warner Football and Cheerleading with a $3,000 donation this year. Wheelabrator Community Relations Specialist Jack Walsh (back row, fourth from left) presented the check to Revere Pop Warner President Patrick Keefe (back row, third from left) and Cheerleading Coach Amanda Deveau (back row, second from left). Also on hand for the presentation was City Councilor Tony Zambuto (far left). (Courtesy photo) Like us on Facebook advocate newspaper Facebook.com/Advocate.news.ma

Page 16 THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 Greater Boston Food Bank honors CHA Revere Care Center O n October 17 at its seventh annual Food is Medicine event, the Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB), the largest hunger-relief organization in New England, honored CHA Revere Care Center, which is part of academic community health system Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), with its Community Champion Food is Medicine award and a $5,000 grant. The award is given annually to a GBFB partner that is advancing the awareness, understanding and implementation of food as a health intervention. In 2018, CHA Revere Care Center began working with GBFB, Good Measures and Tufts Health Plan to establish a free monthly produce-only market that provides nutrition education and health information to patients on-site. The market offers 2530 pounds of fresh produce per household each month; 90,402 pounds of produce have been Staff and providers from Cambridge Health Alliance and the CHA Revere Care Center, joined by representatives from Good Measures and Tufts Health Plan, accepted the Community Champion Food is Medicine award from the Greater Boston Food Bank in honor of their partnership to combat food insecurity. (Courtesy Photo) distributed to more than 1,500 CHA patients and community members since its inception. CHA Revere Care Center and its partners are also conducting research on the health outcomes of their patients. The collaboration was funded by a social determinants of health grant from the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. “We are truly honored and extremely grateful for all of the support from the Greater BosAward-Winning Landscaping Servicing the North Shore for over 38 Years ton Food Bank, Good Measures and Tufts Health Plan to help us address a critical need in the Revere community and beyond,” said CHA’s Chief Community Officer, Mary Cassesso. “Food insecurity affects a wide range of families across our region, including many children, and our monthly market plays an important role to fill that gap and, as a result, profoundly afFOOD BANK | SEE PAGE 22 NOW BOOKING NEW CUSTOMERS! DON’T WAIT! Call 781-321-2074 Pavers * Walkways * Patios * Driveways * Pool Decks Planting * Perennials * Shrubs * Trees New Lawns * Sod * Hydroseed Flowers/Annuals/Mums * Conventional Seeding * Synthetic Complete Maintenance * Cleanups (Spring & Fall) * Lawn Cutting, Edging & Weeding * Lawn Fertilizer Programs * Trim & Prune Shrubs * Mulching, Thatching Interlock Block * Fire Pits * Sitting Walls * Pillers Landscape Lighting * Design * Install * Repair * Night Illumination

THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 Page 17 We’re On To the Future Savvy Senior ~ OP-ED ~ By Mayor Brian M. Arrigo W inning an election is like being hired for a job:It’s nice to know you’re wanted… and now it’s time to get to work. Unlike a regular job, though, the job that follows election as the City’s Mayor has one unique initial task, and that is to bridge the divide that naturally forms during a one-against-one political campaign. Over the last seven months, City Councilor Dan Rizzo and I set forth different views for the future of Revere in our lively campaigns for Mayor.We both enjoyed the support of passionate backers who worked tirelessly toward victory.As in any campaign, the dialogue and literature might have become fiery at times, but that is most often a function of excited enthusiasm for a candidate’s message. While of course I am gratified that the voters returned me to the Mayor’s office and endorsed my ideas for city’s future, I am well aware of the many good intentions among those who did not vote for me.Now, it is essential that we all join in singular pursuit of the one idea that is the source of everyone’s passion: progress and improvement in our city. I don’t expect unanimous approval of every decision I make during the next four years.But I promise that every one of those decisions will be guided by my heartfelt conviction in what I believe is best for the City of Revere.Everyone -whether they voted for me or not -- deserves to harvest the rewards that our City’s progress will produce. Our city’s growth was a major topic of the Mayoral campaigns.I see that growth as the catalyst to our future.As future development grows out of vacant, unproductive properties, as new hotels open in our city, as Amazon matures into the City’s largest employer, and as the historic reformation of Suffolk Downs unfolds in the years to come, Revere will be situated like never before to seize opportunities that for too many years have passed us by.Our location and our population always have made Revere a city with the potential for greatness.Now, we have the chance to turn that potential into reality. Will challenges accompany our growth?Yes.But we are resolute in our approach to address the consequences of growth.Modern technology, a strong working relationship with our State and Federal delegations, and cooperative efforts with our commercial sector will assure the most effective remedies that minimize the effects of growth while we maximize its positive results. This is the dawn of a new, vibrant Revere.We are a diverse, welcoming city where families of all backgrounds can work and build a better life for themselves.Growth translates to municipal prosperity, and that produces a higher quality of life for everyone. In the next four years, I extend a welcome to every resident of Revere to join me along the path of prosperity.We have made great strides, and we are far from done. 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Cake, soda, paper goods, 20 tokens for birthday person plus 100 Redemption Tickets and a gift from Roller World in one of our private BP Rooms. How to Create an Ethical Will Dear Savvy Senior, Can you write a column on ethical wills and how to make one? The attorney that made up my will recently suggested I write one as a tool to explain the intentions of my will, as well as express my thoughts and feelings, but I don’t know where to start. Interested Senior Dear Interested, An ethical will – also referred to as a legacy letter – can be a valuable complement to your legal will, as well as a wonderful gift to your family or other loved ones. Here’s what you should know along with some tips to help you make one. Ethical Wills Unlike a last will and testament, which tells your loved ones (and the legal world) what you want them to have, an ethical will (which is not a legal document) tells them what you want them to know. With an ethical will, you can share with your loved ones your feelings, wishes, regrets, gratitude and advice, as well as explain the elements in your legal will, give information about the money and possessions you’re passing on, and anything else you want to communicate. Usually no more than a few pages, the process of writing an ethical will can actually be quite satisfying. But be careful that you don’t contradict any aspects of your legal will or estate plan. If you’re having trouble with the writing, there are resources available to help you, or you can express yourself through an audio or video recording. Where to Start To craft an ethical will, start by jotting down some notes about what’s really important to you and what you want your loved ones to know. Take your time and remember that you’re not trying to write for the Pulitzer Prize. This letter is a gift of yourself written for those you love. After you’ve gathered your thoughts you can start drafting your letter. You can also revise or rewrite it anytime you want. And for safekeeping, keep your ethical will with your other legal documents in a secure location but be sure your executor has access to it. A safe-deposit box or fireproof filing cabinet or safe in your home is a good choice. Get Help If you need some help, there are numerous resources available like Celebrations of Life (CelebrationsofLife.net), which offers how-to information and examples of ethical wills, along with a “Ethical Wills: Putting Your Values on Paper” book, and the Ethical Wills/Legacy Letters workbook that you can purchase for $16 and $10 respectively. Another good resource is Personal Legacy Advisors (PersonalLegacyAdvisors.com), a company that offers ethical will writing classes and workshops, along with personalized services like coaching, editing, writing and/or audio or video recording your ethical will. Prices will vary depending on the services you choose. They also sell a do-it-yourself guidebook “The Wealth of Your Life: A Step-by-Step Guide for Creating Your Ethical Will,” by Susan Turnbull for $24. You also need to know that many people choose to share their ethical will with their family and friends while they’re still living so they can enjoy their reactions, while others think it should be read after their death. It’s up to you. 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.

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THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 Page 19 Anthony S. Ciulla 75 years of age, of Revere, formerly of Ever ett, passed away surrounded by his loving family on Tuesday, October 29, 2019. Cherished son of the late Ignatius and Lucia (Bono) Ciulla. Beloved husband of the late Rita (Tecci) Ciulla. Loving father of Lauren Laidlaw and Karen Ciulla and her husband Alexis Vila Moret. Loving father-inlaw of Matthew Laidlaw. Adored grandfather of Anthony and Olivia Laidlaw and Max and Maia Vila Moret. Caring brother of Lillian Ortisi and her husband Frank, Michael Ciulla and the late Leo Ciulla and his surviving wife Hazel. Caring brother-in-law of Ann Viarella, Frances Christie and her husband James, Gloria Trentini and her husband Robert and Salvatore Tecci and his wife Denise. Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, cousins and life-long friends. Donations may be made in Anthony’s memory to the Kaplan Family Hospice House 78 Liberty St. Danvers, MA 01923. Jerome “Jerry” Curreri Of Revere, on October 24, 2019, at the age of 84. Born in Boston on January 31, 1935 to the late Joseph and Mary (Grassa). Beloved husband of the late Marion (Vengren). Devoted father of David Curreri and his wife Elaine of Middleton, Steve Curreri of Revere, and Paul Curreri and his wife Mary Beth of North Easton. Cherished grandfather of Alex, Christina, Joseph, Daniel, Jonathan, Anthony, Patrick, and Grace. Dear brother of Nicholas Curreri and his wife Diane of Peabody, and the late Richard Curreri and his surviving wife Phyllis. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Jerry proudly served his country in the United States Navy during the Korean War. Jerry loved spending time with his family and enjoyed attending his grandchildren’s sporting events. He and his family would travel to their home in Maine for holidays and vacations. Jerry was an avid fisherman who liked boating. Some of his other activities included skiing and golfing. He would eventually teach all of the grandkids how to golf. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Jerome’s name to the Revere League for Special Needs, 200 Winthrop Ave., Revere, MA 02151. OBITUARIES Robert F. McLaughlin Of Revere, on October 29th with his family by his side, just 3 days before his 89th birthday. Devoted husband of Frances P. “Phyllis” (O’Hara) McLaughlin of Revere. Loving father of John R. McLaughlin and wife Danae of Saugus, Scott A. McLaughlin and wife Kathie of Melrose, Stephen M. McLaughlin and fiancée Becky Tamburino of North Billerica and the late Robert McLaughlin. Cherished grandfather of Ryan McLaughlin and wife Katie of Melrose, Kaci L. McLaughlin of San Marcos, CA and Christen M. McLaughlin of Danvers. Dear brother of Mary Connolly of Florida & the late Alfred McLaughlin & George McLaughlin. Also lovingly survived by his niece Karen Santilli of Revere and many other loving nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 309 Waverly Oaks Rd., Waltham, MA 02452 or to the Home for Little Wanderers, Development Dept., 271 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02115-9849. Late Korean Conflict US Army Veteran Marci S. Tenovsky 56 years of age, lifelong resident of Revere. Suddenly on Sunda y , O c t ober 27th, 2019. Loving daughter of Cecile (Sirota) Tenovsky of Revere and the late Norman Tenovsky. Dear sister of the late Scott Tenovsky. Loving niece of Judy and Jerry Stein of Swampscott, Eileen and Phil Albin of TX. Survived by many cousins, Todd Stein of Swampscott, David Stein of Marblehead, Alex, Corey, Joshua and Amanda of Marblehead and Meryl, Michael and David of TX. Marci leaves behind an enormous amount of loving and devoted friends. In lieu of flowers contributions in Marci’s memory may be made to the charity of your choice. 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Page 22 FOOD BANK | FROM PAGE 16 fects the health and well-being in the community.” “Research proves the link between nutrition, childhood development and overall health,” said GBFB CEO Catherine D’Amato. “We are fortunate to live in a region with a wealth of top-tier medical institutions that put this research to great use in improving the health of our communities. We greatly value our relationships with organizations like the Cambridge Health Alliance-Revere who are making a positive impact in the lives of their patients.” IS YOUR HOME NEXT? The Revere Real Estate Listings are brought to you by: THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 OBITUARIES | FROM PAGE 19 voted husband of 69 years to Francesca (Zante) Ternullo of Revere. Loving father of Joyce M. Pazyra, Salvi S. Ternullo & wife Michelle, all of Revere, & Maria R. Richardson of Malden & her late husband William Richardson. Cherished grandfather of Maria F. Murphy & husband P.J. of Revere, Daniel Richardson of Malden, Kristen Karshis & husband Samuel, Jessica Ternullo of Revere, Michael Richardson of Malden, James S. Ternullo & fiancé Erika Correnti of Tewksbury & Francesca Richardson & fiancé Austin Teal of Groveland. Adored greatgrandfather of Sebastian, Eli, Aria & Vera. Also lovingly survived by his cousins; Joseph “Pippo” Zarbano of San Antonio, TX, Santo “Sonny” Zarbano of Beverly, Corrado “Roy” Zarbano of Stoneham & the late Salvatore “Sal” Zarbano. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Italian Home for Children, 1125 Centre St., Jamaica Plain, MA 02130. 53 Jackson Street Saugus, MA 01906 781-813-3325 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 REAL ESTATE TRANSAC TIONS SELLER1 BUYER2 Kokoshi, Beqir Ferri, Paul F Perez, Jessica Ardila, Eliana A Balan, Marie Barbosa, Rafael S Vasquez, Jose F Medina, Maria B Drief, Abdelmalik Camacho, Annette Tejada, William O Debarros, Claudio Kokoshi, Rajmonda Ferri, Stephanie R Perez, Jonathan Denicola, Andrew Moscone, Nicholas H Murrizi, Lindita Manfra, Michael Harris, Cienna J Carrillo, Teresa P Medina, Weimar Sanchez-Rodriguez, A O Mangino, Michelle L Beebe, Kate DCM Realty LLC Cavicchio FT Curtis, Marian R Elbach, Mustafa Riggillo, Josephine M Moncayo, Maria S Cavicchio, Diane Pritchett, Donna M SELLER2 Denicola, Iva Murrizi, Luan ADDRESS 2403 Lewis O Gray Dr #2403 33 Juniper Dr 497 Walnut St 85 Stanton Ave 480 Malden St #A 20 Dashwood St 12 S Irving St 369 Central St 18 Hichborn St 118 Adams St 8 Knowles Ave Moncayo, Oscar E 36 Porter Ave #36 CITY Saugus Saugus Saugus Revere Revere Revere Revere Saugus Revere Saugus Saugus Revere DATE 22.10.2019 22.10.2019 22.10.2019 18.10.2019 18.10.2019 17.10.2019 17.10.2019 17.10.2019 16.10.2019 16.10.2019 16.10.2019 09.10.2019 PRICE $450 000,00 $830 000,00 $426 000,00 $440 000,00 $450 000,00 $335 000,00 $730 000,00 $385 000,00 $290 000,00 $423 900,00 $450 000,00 $365 000,00

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Page 24 THE REVERE ADVOCATE–Friday, November 8 , 2019 WONDERING WHAT YOUR HOME IS WORTH? CALL FOR YOUR FREE MARKET ANALYSIS! LITTLEFIELD REAL ESTATE SAUGUS ~ Rehabbed colonial. New windows, siding, new kitchen with quartz counters, stainless appliances, new cabinets. New hardwood flooring throughout house. New heat. Central AC. New maintenance free deck. .........$570,000 SAUGUS ~ Desirable 2 family. Each unit has 2 beds, updated kitchens and baths, vinyl siding, in-unit laundry, rear decks .......$499,000 SAUGUS ~ Rehabbed colonial, 4-5 bedroom, 2 full baths, gas heat, central AC, new siding, new roof, hardwood flooring, fresh paint, new kitchen with SS appliances quartz counters ...............$559,900 38 Main Street, Saugus MA WWW.LITTLEFIELDRE.COM 781-233-1401 SAUGUS ~ Raised ranch, 3 bed, 3 bath, gas heat, central AC, garage under, great location, master bedroom with master bath and walk in closet, finished lower level for the extended family ......... $579,900 Call Rhonda Combe For all your SAUGUS ~ 4 bed, 3 bath colonial. Spacious kitchen, SS appliances, Oversized one car garage, irrigation, gas heat enclosed porch, centralVac, finished lower level ... $569,900 real estate needs!! 781-706-0842 SAUGUS ~ 3 bed, 1.5 bath colonial. Open concept 1st floor, 2 car garage, newer gas heat, roof and HW heater, prof landscaping....$439,900 REVERE ~ 2 family located in the Beachmont area, 3 beds, one bath in top unit, 2 beds, one bath lower unit .....................................$639,000 LAND FOR SALE WILMINGTON ~ Colonial featuring 4 beds and 2 full baths, great dead end location, central AC, hardwood flooring, finished lower level ..$534,900 SAUGUS ~ 3 bed ranch, open concept, stainless appliances, private dead end street, newer gas heat, hardwood flooring, 10k lot, garage ..............$435,000 LYNN ~ New construction. 3400 sq feet, 4 bed, 2.5 bath, gas heat, central AC, hardwood flooring, walking closet, great cul de sac location, garage under ........... $879,999 SAUGUS Call Rhonda Combe at 781-706-0842 for details!! SOLD SOLD UNDER CONTRACT SOLD

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