opinion in lynn

Jourgensen: Scratching history’s surface | 8:17 PM

Scratch the surface of Lynn’s history even slightly and odd, sad and hard-to-believe stories reveal themselves. A good example is

Jourgensen: Savoring the unexpected | 10:24 PM

It’s fun to stumble across a place you didn’t expect to find, especially one with an air of mystery about

Our opinion: Lynn should be T’d off | 6:25 PM

The city of Lynn needs the Blue Line extension. Why can’t anybody at the state level understand that? The simple

Krause: Getting away scot-free | 8:30 PM

All crime, of course, is awful, even the ones that would appear to be victimless (because there’s always a victim,

Editorial: Enough is enough | 6:44 PM

Why does every new, bold idea aimed at giving Lynn a chance to be as progressive and prosperous as any

Weathering the storms | 9:35 PM

Repairing Swampscott’s Eisman’s Beach seawall cap, walkway and steps, which took a beating during the March 3 Nor’easter, initially cost

Jourgensen: Meandering down Memory Lane | 9:58 PM

I always enjoy walking into the city Public Works office on Commercial Street extension and reading a sample of former

Jourgensen: Don’t ask, but please tell | 7:35 PM

I always love hearing people talk about Lynn’s old theaters. Every name of a bygone moviehouse conjures up mental pictures

Krause: Baker leaves Lynn adrift | 6:03 PM

If you’re looking for evidence that politicians are tone deaf when it comes to what’s really important to people, you’d

Editorial: Lynn’s forward motion | 1:00 PM

An historic event occurred in Lynn Tuesday night when the city Conservation Commission voted 4-0 to provide the final local

Crighton takes aim | 9:34 PM

It’s invigorating to see state Sen. Brendan Crighton bring his energy and focus to the Legislature’s After-School and Out-of-School Time