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The Lynn Ferry is Back – Service Begins June 20th

6/8/17 This press release was shared on Senator Tom McGee and Representative Brendan Crighton’s facebook accounts minutes ago, it says of the Lynn Ferry – “Ferry Service will be offered this summer between Lynn and Boston” “Funding from MassDOT Enables Service to Begin Tuesday, June 20th” Press release below video –     Boston, MA–…

Motorcycle Stolen from Lynn Veteran

The Suzuki DRZ-400SM was stolen Monday. If spotted, please contact the Lynn Police or contact the owner via the Craigslist Posting with last known location. “My husband Jeff is a veteran of the United States Navy. His oldest of three daughters was born the day before 9/11 and he didn’t come back until she was…

Rhonda Kallman NSCC’s 51st Commencement Speaker

From North Shore Community College – North Shore Community College’s 51st Commencement will feature NSCC alumna Rhonda Kallman ‘80, founder and CEO of Boston Harbor Distillery and co-founder of the Boston Beer Company, brewer of Samuel Adams as Commencement Keynote Speaker. The college expects to bestow approximately 1,000 associate degrees and certificates at the graduation,…

Lynn Police Seek Help in Cracking Down on ATV’s and Dirt Bikes

From the Lynn Police Department facebook page – Over the past several years there has been an increase in the amount of Off-Highway Vehicles including ATV’s and dirt bikes operating on the streets of Lynn. Mass General Laws prohibit the operation of these vehicles on public ways. The Lynn Police Department recognizes that these vehicles…

MassDOT Announces Hearings on 5-year Capital Investment Plan

4/26/17 Meetings to be held May 15 to May 24 to seek input on proposed transportation projects Although there is no hearing scheduled in Lynn this round, there is one nearby on Tuesday, May 23rd in Salem. See below: From MassDOT – The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) has announced a schedule of 12 public…

Vigil Monday in Front of LynnArts Building

4/16/17 From Lynn Museum/LynnArts – Today’s violence is not reflective of the good happening in our community. We all need to stand strong against it. Please gather tomorrow evening (Monday) at 7:30pm in front of the LynnArts building, 25 Exchange St, in vigil for the lives lost today and against the senseless acts of violence…