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Pope John National Honor Society

We were very excited to attend the National Honor Society at Pope John XXIII last night in Everett!

The graduates spoke about how the NHS changed their lives and are thankful that it has helped them into their future endeavors.

And 20 new freshman were welcomed in last night as well!

Head of School Carl DiMaiti & Guest Speaker & Board Member of Pope John , AttorneyAndrew B. Delory spoke to gradulate them all! 

Action for Boston Community Development Introduces GATE

Action for Boston Community Development Introduces GATE 

Generations Advancing Together through Education
Offering Low Income Parents Job Training and Childcare


ABCD announces a new initiative that links career development with childcare. Many low-income parents are discouraged from seeking employment and climbing the career ladder because they lack the skills and education needed to seek upward mobility.  


Wynn Boston Harbor Everett Update!

As of March 29, 2017

The Wynn Boston Harbor took the last bucket of soil out of the hole and off the site - 500,000 tons removed!

"Lots of hard work to clean up a very dirty site. Construction is well underway and you have not even seen the tower starting to rise from the ground yet!" John Tocco

Check out attached image below!



Chamber Chatter - Paris Street Gallery


Chamber Chatter has returned! And in this latest episode, host Carol Churchill, visits Paris Street Gallery - an art studio located at 101 Paris Street in Everett, MA. It's a sophisticated, creative and artsy environment that invites anyone and everyone to the gallery for shows, entertainment, sheer interest and so much more. Check out this exciting interview and learn more about what Paris Street Gallery has to offer in our City!

Carol Churchill

Alvin Colon


"The bipartisan legislation the House passed today creates a safety net and a new standard in acute care settings designed to ensure the proper assessment and discharge of patients who seek voluntary treatment," said Representative Liz Malia (D-Jamaica Plain), Chair of the Joint Committee on Mental Health and Substance Abuse. "It builds off of our efforts from last session that effective October 1, 2015 required insurers to cover up to 14 days of medical detox and step-down services by also guaranteeing insurance coverage of the substance abuse evaluation.


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