Monthly Archives: September 2010

Weekend Rundown

It’s time already for the second installment of LynnHappen’s Weekend Rundown, a cooperative effort by members of The North Shore Blogger Consortium.  At the end of the post, you’ll find links to picks from other participating North Shore blogs. As always, the complete list is on the right side and in the calendar. Friday 10-1…

Restaurante Lupita – Multiple reviews!

Review by LH contributor Raul C. We finally have a new restaurant in the location where Pho Lynn used to be: Lupita opened two weeks ago and in case you were wondering, it’s the same folks that own Tacos Lupita down the street. If you are a fan of Tacos Lupita, you will definitely like…

Weekend rundown

There are some big things happening this weekend in Lynn, so let’s get a head start with this first ever “Weekend rundown.” This post marks the beginning of a cooperative effort by members of the The North Shore Blogger Consortium. At the end of the post, you’ll find links to picks from other participating North…

Board of Appeals hearing on waterfront turbine

The special City Council meeting being short, LynnHappens had the time to head downstairs to catch the Board of Appeals hearing on a wind turbine that will be placed on Lynn Water & Sewer Commission property. Recent zoning changes for waterfront redevelopment plans made the variance necessary.

City Council 9-21-10

This brief special meeting of the City Council puts the schools in a position to benefit from green building assistance. Mics were not used. Audio was boosted to compensate, also bringing up room noise.

Clock to the Rock 2010, photos from the annual 5k race

Rain couldn’t dampen these runners spirits, who came from surrounding towns and Lynn itself to continue this annual event that is being carried forward from the old Third Thursdays. Among the runners were Ward 5 Councilor Brendan Crighton, former Lynn Mayor Chip Clancy, and Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce President , John Olsen. These first…

September 14th, 2010 State Primary Results

This is the spreadsheet data of the State Primary results in Lynn directly from City Hall, completely un-adulterated and without the filters of analysis and the inevitable biases of interpretation. See the numbers for yourselves and find out what the voter turnout was in your ward, and also, of course, who won where there were…