• Lots of Events & Activities

    Lots of Events & Activities



  • Urban Trail Shirley Ave area

    Urban Trail Shirley Ave area

  • The DerbyRacer double rollercoaster circa 1920’s

    The DerbyRacer double rollercoaster circa 1920’s

  • Seagulls love the pizza and fried clams

    Seagulls love the pizza and fried clams

  •  The Goomba’s Bocce Team

    The Goomba’s Bocce Team

  • Home to America’s First Public Beach a National Historic Landmark

    Home to America’s First Public Beach a National Historic Landmark

Recent Posts

Cupid Splash this Saturday at Revere Beach across from Kelly’s

Save the Harbor Save the Bay Cupid Slash at Revere Beach On Saturday, March 21st members of the Revere Community will be participating in the Save the Harbor/Save the Bay – Cupid Splash. Join us on Revere Beach (across from Kelly’s Roast Beef) at 12:00 p.m. for a day at the beach with Chowder, Hot Chocolate, and a dip in the water! To register, please visit http://www.cupidsplash.org/

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Revere Beach Hotel Deal Coming Together

Story by Seth Daniel -Revere Journal   Hotel  Deal Coming Together for Revere Beach Developers for Waterfront Square are preparing to begin the process of bringing a hotel to Revere Beach – specifically on the parcel of land on the beach side of Wonderland Station. Joe DiGangi, of EuroVest, announced late last week that the project is preparing to welcome the addition of a Marriott hotel to the beachfront. “We are in the process of finalizing the documents,” he said. “To date, Marriott has approved the site, and they have brought on board one of their preferred hotel developers/operators.” Mayor Dan Rizzo said it was a another bit of good news and added it to a list of recent accomplishments. He said he was glad to see that project picking up in the commercial development side.

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City Government Teams with Harvard Graduate Students for an Urban Planning Exercise

        CITY GOVERNMENT TEAMS WITH HARVARD GRADUATE STUDENTS FOR AN URBAN PLANNING EXERCISE Fifty graduate students explore the design and development potential on a series of sites Revere – The City of Revere is pleased to announce that beginning in March it will be teaming with students from the Harvard Graduate School of Design to conduct an analysis of potential development sites within the City of Revere. Fifty Urban Planning students, working in conjunction with the Economic Development and Community Development departments, will be exploring the design and development potential on sites across the City of Revere.

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Kelly’s Roast Beef celebrates 21 Years at its Saugus location…..

  Story by Revere Advocate News   Kelly’s Roast Beef & Seafood General Manager Artie Perrin (center), has been employed by the world famous restaurant company since 1980 and has been on the management staff for the past 15 years. Meghan Reidy has been a manager for the past nine years and Tom Dill has been a part of the management team at Kelly’s for 15 years. This team in Saugus has over 39 combined years in management and dedication to the millions of customers who pass through the doors and drive-thru on Route 1 south in Saugus. See story and more photos on page 8. Â Â (Advocate photo by Al Terminiello, Jr.) Revere Advocate Newspapers link 

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State of the City Address by Mayor Rizzo

Story by Revere Advocate News     Mayor Dan Rizzo has often said that Revere is a “city on the rise,” and at his State of the City address Monday before a packed council chamber, he offered a roadmap in an attempt to show the city just how far. “For some time now, we’ve talked about Revere being a city on the rise,” Rizzo said. ”If you look out across the city today, you will see that Revere is literally a city on the rise, both in steel and concrete. Vanguard at Waterfront Square, Market Basket, Harley-Davidson, Harry Della Russo Stadium, 565 Beach St., TA Associates, For Kids Only, 39 units of senior housing at the former site of Reardon’s Restaurant, and the new Sgt. James J. Hill School represent over $150 million in public and private investment across our community.”

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