Author: Times Staff

Obituaries 01-12-2011

Joanne Ford East Boston resident Joanne M. Ford of Saratoga Street, East Boston died at the Chelsea Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on January 9 after a long illness. She was 75 years old. Born in Boston, she was the…

2010

-By John Lynds On Friday night the final seconds of 2010 ticked away and East Boston residents joined the world community and look to a new year with optimism and hope. This week the East Boston Times publishes Part II…

Police Briefs 01-05-2011

Monday, December 27 No arrests. Tuesday, December 28 Santos Merino of 27 Garland Street, Chelsea, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for assault & battery. Wednesday, December 29 Richard Matranga of 459 Meridian Street, East Boston, was arrested and charged…

Glad to See it Go

Demolition of the East Boston Immigration Building was long overdue The demolition of the decrepit East Boston Immigration Station has been a long time coming. It was decrepit when it was being used to process immigrants arriving in East Boston.…

Obituaries 01-04-2011

Angelo DeLuca Awarded French Legion of Honor, owned DeLuca’s Market for more than 60 years Angelo H. DeLuca, a lifelong resident of Revere, died unexpectedly on December 28. He was 91 years old. Mr. DeLuca was born and raised in…

The Snow Has Arrived

East Boston had one of the highest snowfall totals during Sunday night’s blizzard that buried the East Coast. Eastie was one of the hardest areas hit with 18.2 inches of wet, heavy snow just behind Canton and South Boston which…

Man of the Year

Tony DiCenso He’s arguably the one of the best cooks in Boston and this year his recipes put Rino’s and East Boston officially on the national culinary map. Rino’s Owners and Chef Tony DiCenso never cuts corners as shown in…