enVision Hotel Everett Opens!

EnVision Hotel opens in Everett!

enVision Hotel Management Company strives to create a unique experience for guests at many different levels. There is a promise to deliver the highest level of personalized service, provide a comfortable stay, create a unique design, tell a story and to offer all of this at the best possible value. If we offer food, it will include fresh and healthy choices with a mix of local favorites. Above all, we want each guest to truly experience the place they visit and live like a local.


Boston Globe editor, John Laidler states,  

New Parking Meters for City of Everett!

   Mayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to announce that the city has recently purchased new parking kiosks from MacKay Meters, and will be installing them this spring in Everett Square.


   Mayor Maria said, “These new parking kiosks will rid the city street scape of roads of meters, and replace them with just a few kiosks. They will also be much more convenient to residents by allowing them to pay with credit card or coins, and allow the city to efficiently manage parking. This will enhance the shopping and dining experience in Everett Square benefitting our small business community.”


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!



"Crimson Tide Football Wins State Title" By Sadiq Shiek ‘17


  The Crimson Tide Football team capped off their storytale season with a victory against one of their biggest division rivals, Xaverian. The game was a rematch of the 2014 final where Everett came up on the losing side. The Crimson Tide had not won a title since 2012 and had come up short several times over the past few years.

  The story was different this time, though, as Everett walked away with a 21-7 victory against Xaverian on a cold, windy day at Manning Field in Lynn.

“Bon Appetit! 25 Years Later, Chef Makredes and the Culinary Arts Program Continues to Impress and Inspire” By Janelle Christopher ‘18

Every time you walk into the culinary arts department, you can expect to see busy students preparing meals for upcoming Kiwanis or Rotary Club luncheons, or simply sharpening their cooking skills.

  The culinary department serves many functions in their dining room, which is called the Crimson Cafe. Culinary also provides food for many other occasions, including the EHS Scholarship Awards, The E Awards, and sports teams’ special events.

Small Business Wage and Tax Statement Forms

A photograph of tax forms.

Small businesses should get their blank Wage and Tax Statements forms early

Don’t wait until the last minute to get blank Forms W-2, W-3 or 1099. The demand for paper tax products is declining because of an increase in e-filing and the availability of products online. Due to the decreased demand and printing and shipping costs, the IRS will no longer stock Forms W-2, W-3 and 1099 in Taxpayer Assistance Centers. The forms, which are used by small business owners, can be ordered online or by telephone and mailed directly to the taxpayer’s home or business address.