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  1. SkyPlex Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

    January 31, 2017, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM @ 427 Broadway, Everett, MA

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This Day In Everett History

  1. This Day in Everett History

    January 20, 2017, All Day

    1920: The Trinity College football team elects John Johnson of Everett as captain for the 1920 season.1949: George Jackson Mead, noted aircraft engineer and one of the founders of Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Company dies. Mr. Mead was born in Everett and lived on the corner of Chelsea Street and Edmester Court; the house still stands. He was the son of Dr. George N.P. Mead who served on the City’s first School Committee.
    1966: Lance Cpl James Vincent Taurisano is killed in action in Vietnam.

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  2. This Day in Everett History

    January 21, 2017, All Day

    1918: Alfred MacDonald of Everett while on a patrol with Troop I, Seventh Cavalry, stationed at Fabens. Tex., is fired on and wounded by Mexican President Carranza's soldiers, the trooper being hit on the tip of the finger.

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  3. This Day in Everett History

    January 22, 2017, All Day

    1912: A storehouse in the rear of the main factory of the West Varnish Company on Revere Beach Parkway is destroyed by fire.

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  4. This Day in Everett History

    January 23, 2017, All Day

    1738: First precinct meeting of South Malden held.
    1931: Fred P. Greenwood, Everett's former state representative, statewide candidate and prominent citizen, learned that his sister May, a prominent businesswoman in her own right, left him and his brother Lawrence one dollar in her will; leaving the rest of her estate to be used for a rest farm for horses in Methuen.

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  5. This Day in Everett History

    January 24, 2017, All Day

    1908: Everett Hall a historic building and home to many city and civic offices and functions through the years is destoryed by fire. It is now the Associates Building.
    1982: Everett's Dan Ross of the Cincinnati Bengals sets a record for receptions in a Super Bowl.

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  6. This Day in Everett History

    January 25, 2017, All Day

    1933: Fire damages St. Joseph Church.

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  7. This Day in Everett History

    January 26, 2017, All Day

    1947: A fire breaks out while the Everett American Legion is installing their new commander - Fire Chief James J. Evans.

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  8. This Day in Everett History

    January 27, 2017, All Day

    1942: Everett Casino developer Steve Wynn is born in New Haven, Ct.

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  9. This Day in Everett History

    January 28, 2017, All Day

    1892 First Baptist Church is dedicated.

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  10. This Day in Everett History

    January 29, 2017, All Day

    1918: The offer of Mrs. Mary L. Cochrane of Boston of a tract of land at Broadway and Dexter streets to be used as a playground, has been accepted by the Everett aldermen.

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  11. This Day in Everett History

    January 30, 2017, All Day

    1968: John E. Fitzgerald, a lawyer to many crime figures in New England, had his leg blown off when he started his car outside his office in Everett, Mass. Two sticks of dynamite had been attached to the ignition system.

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  12. This Day in Everett History

    January 31, 2017, All Day

    1918: John Murray of Everett, pitcher on the Georgetown University nine for three years was signed by the Boston Braves.
    1951: Fire sirens and church bells rang for 10 minutes in Everett in an attempt to start off the March of Dimes Drive with a bang. Police and fire departments were swamped with calls from residents thinking the City was on fire or being invaded!
    1931: Richard Chase of Everett established a new college swimming record in the 440 freestyle while competing for Dartmouth College.

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