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Your Recent Storm Photos!

A big thanks is due everyone who has shared their photos with LynnHappens. Except for two photos, everything here is crowdsourced from the Lynn community. It’s also not too late to add your own photo or video. The gallery can be updated as new submissions come in. This photo and accompanying poem submitted byElizabeth Hilda…

City Declares Snow Emergency

A parking ban is in effect from 2pm this afternoon until further notice. All parked cars must be removed from the streets. Any cars left behind will be ticketed and may be towed. Residents without off-street parking may use the following school parking lots: Brickett, Callahan, English, Ford, Harrington, Ingalls, Sisson and Tech. Parking is…

Lynn Teens Commemorate World AIDS Day

On windy, drizzly Wednesday December 1st, 2010, area teens and other supporters took shelter in City Hall’s lobby. Mayor Judy Flanagan Kennedy was present as a DJ provided tunes, glow sticks were handed out and refreshments served. Then they went together over to Central Square to hold a candlelight vigil for remembrance and awareness on…

An artful Saturday (in photos)

This past Saturday, November 20th 2010, the Lydia Pinkham building at 271 Western Avenue, The Neal Rantoul Theatre in 25 Exchange Street, LynnArts at 25 Exchange and TLGUTS at 25 Exchange all held events. I was able to photograph all but Mass Theatrica’s performance of La Boheme in Italian at the Neal Rantoul Theatre (‘black…

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…

Photos: Goldfish Pond Fun ‘n Flea Day 2010

The Goldfish Pond Neighborhood Association‘s 30th annual Fun ‘n Flea Day was held on Saturday, September 11th, 2010.  To commemorate the occasion, a new book is available, called “On Goldfish Pond, 1629-2010.” Copies were on sale Saturday and are available for a $10 donation. To further celebrate their 30 years, an event is being planned…