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Mayor Encourages First Congregational Church “Walk for Hunger” Team

Mayor Brian Arrigo extended his encouragement to the team of walkers from Revere’s First Congregational Church who will take part in the 2019 Project Bread “Walk for Hunger” on May 5 at Boston Common.

The Revere Public Library challenges the City of Revere!

In recognition of Patriots Day 2019 and Patriots Day 2020, the Revere Public Library is challenging everyone to put their memories to work during the next 52 weeks by learning and memorizing the entirety of Longfellow’s famous poem, “Paul Revere’s Ride.”

Revere Fire Department Press Release: Water Rescue 655 North Shore Road, 4-16-19

On Tuesday, 4-16-19 at approximately 7:36 am a box alarm was struck for a report of a motor vehicle in the water with entrapment in the vicinity of 655 North Shore Road southbound.

E-Permitting Adds New Services

Effective Friday, April 12, local businesses and condominium associations will be able to go online and process annual Food Establishment, Tobacco, and Dumpster License renewals.

Mayor Arrigo Introduces Proposals to Reduce Financial Burdens for Gold Star Families, Veterans, Seniors and Small Businesses

Mayor Brian Arrigo introduced a package of proposals to minimize financial burdens for Gold Star families, veterans, seniors and small businesses to the City Council on Monday night.

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