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  1. City of Everett Celebrates 125th Anniversary in Style

    On Saturday, July 22nd Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the City of Everett hosted a parade and drum and bugle competition to celebrate the City’s 125th Anniversary. Read on...
  2. Baker-Polito Administration Awards Everett Community Development Block Grant

    On Thursday, July 20th Governor Charlie Baker and Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito awarded the City of Everett an $825,000 Community Development Block Grant, one of 39 grants awarded statewide through the $30.5 million program. Read on...
  3. Portion of Old Everett High School Built Out as Temporary Fire Station

    On Monday, July 24th, a portion of the old Everett High School began to be utilized as an active fire station, becoming the temporary quarters of the Hancock Street Station, while the station is being renovated. Read on...
  4. Zion Church Ministries Holds Annual Block Party

    Mayor Carlo DeMaria recently joined Bishop Robert G. Brown and the Zion Church Ministries Community for their annual block party. Read on...
  5. Mayor DeMaria Promotes "Cultivate Small Business" Program in Everett

    As the restaurant business grows in the City of Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria is encouraging residents to apply for a program designed to help entrepreneurs in food related industries by giving them the tools to be successful business owners. Read on...
  6. 50 Cadets Graduate from EPD Junior Police Academy

    Mayor DeMaria and the Everett Police Department are pleased to report on the graduation of the Jr. Police Academy. On Fri., July 14th over 50 junior cadets who participated in the program graduated in front of family and friends at Everett High School. Read on...
  7. Everett Recently Completes Upgrade of Gentile Recreation Center Floor

    Mayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to announce the City of Everett’s Facilities Department has completed the renovation of the Samuel Gentile Recreation Center floor. Read on...
  8. Kenneth Warchol Visits the Parlin Library

    Did you know that Kenneth Warchol is considered by many to be the bee whisperer? He is a member of the Worcester County Bee Keepers Association and a 6th generation caretaker of bees... Read on...
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  1. Strike Out Cancer

    Strike Out Cancer 3rd Annual One-Pitch Softball Tournament

    Want to strike out cancer? Join us for a one-pitch softball tournament on August 12th and 13th at Glendale Park starting at 9 a.m. Read on...
  2. TSA Jobs

    Boston Logan International Airport is hiring TSA staff members!

    Are you looking into being a TSA staff member at Logan Airport? Here's your chance! Read on...
  3. Street Sweeping Website

    Street Sweeping Regulations has been Enforced! Please Read the Following Message!

    Mayor DeMaria and the City of Everett would like to remind residents that Street Sweeping has been in effect as of April 1st, and has enforced all Street Sweeping regulations where vehicles in violation will be subject to ticketing and towing. Read on...
  4. Yard Waste Schedule

    City of Everett's Yard Waste Schedule for 2017

    The City of Everett has announced its 2017 Yard Waste Schedule. Read on...
  5. New Parking Meters (Website)

    City of Everett introduces New Parking Meters in Everett Square

    Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the City of Everett is pleased to announce that the new Smart Parking Meters will be installing in municipal parking lots in Everett Square later this month. Read on...
  6. 125th Website!

    City of Everett's 125th Website is Launched!

    This year the City of Everett is celebrating its quasquicentennial "Q" year, and there is a website that is fully dedicated to event announcements, as well as products to sell, a timeline of historic events and more! Check it out here! Read on...
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    Everett Health and Wellness Center Latest Updates

    Are you a member of the Everett Health and Wellness Center? Click here to learn more about what the Center can offer! Read on...