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No-go for Nahant Street project...

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Published in the September 30, 2019 edition. By MARK SARDELLA WAKEFIELD – It’s back to the drawing board for Jason Kearney and his development team, as Zoning Board of Appeals members made it abundantly clear last week that they weren’t going to let him build the garden-style apartment building that he was proposing on Nahant Street, even after he reduced the number of units and adjusted the footprint in response to previous feedback. Kearney was seeking Special Permits from the ZBA that would have allowed him to construct a 26-unit apartment building on three parcels listed as 119, 127 and 135 Nahant St. The site is familiar to longtime residents as the former home of Precision Honing, a tool and die company that operated there for many years. At last Wednesday’s continued hearing, Kearney and...

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Warriors compete but come up short in Stoneham 28-10...

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Published in the September 30, 2019 edition. By DAN PAWLOWSKI STONEHAM — Sticking with a reigning Super Bowl champion on the road should count for something. Sure, the Warriors didn’t travel all that way to Stoneham to feel good about a loss. They wanted to win; and for much longer than the 10-minute bus ride took, Wakefield looked like they could. In the end, the Spartans provided a valuable lesson in fighting for a first half lead (20-10), and finishing strong in the second half on their way to a 28-10 victory. “In some regards we did a good job, we just weren’t consistent enough,” said Wakefield head coach John Rafferty. “They (Stoneham) had a couple of big plays that really changed the game.” The initial big play came on the very first drive as Deshawn...

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