opinion in lynn

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Jourgensen: Lynn’s long-waged fight | 9:03 PM

Lynn by the late 1840s had more than 10,000 residents and the decade’s start saw the city become a lightning

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Towns take on the COVID-19 challenge | 9:03 PM

They have held online town meetings, socially distanced across football fields, and changed polling places to keep voters safe during

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Neighbors explode over illegal fireworks | 9:03 PM

John Adams in a July 3, 1776 letter to his wife, Abigail, imagined annual celebrations marking independence from British tyranny

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Well done, Dr. Gentile | 9:03 PM

Dr. Patricia A. Gentile’s eight years as North Shore Community College president seem like 20 years with all the significant

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Jourgensen: A question of control | 8:03 PM

We’re living in historic times and the best way to understand transformative national, even global events, is to dig deep

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We are all in this together | 9:03 PM

Covering an entire page in the Daily Item’s June 5 edition, an ad from the Lynn Police Department spelled out

A tragedy as seen through young eyes | 9:13 PM

By Mariella Ortega Editor’s note: Mariella Ortega is a grade 7 student at Breed Middle School. On May 25th, George

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It’s time to rescue restaurants | 9:05 PM

Lynn city leaders need to move quickly and imaginatively to help local restaurants capitalize on Gov. Baker’s plan to allow

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Commentary: Feedback on frustrations | 9:03 PM

It’s June — normally a moment to reflect on lessons learned this school year and plans for the next. Instead,