• LIFE IS BETTER AT THE BEACH!!!

    LIFE IS BETTER AT THE BEACH!!!

  • 2017 REVERE BEACH

    2017 REVERE BEACH

  • Lots of Events & Activities

    Lots of Events & Activities

  • COMING SOON - KITE FLYING EVENT!

    COMING SOON - KITE FLYING EVENT!

  • 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

  • International Sand Sculpting Festival Every Year

    International Sand Sculpting Festival Every Year

  •  The Goomba’s Bocce Team...this years event will be held on July 29th 2017

    The Goomba’s Bocce Team...this years event will be held on July 29th 2017

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

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

Recent Posts

Top spots to live in Greater Boston

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Boston Globe Story- By Elizabeth Gehrman APRIL 12, 2017 Where homes are in high demand, for prices ranging from under $500,000 to more than $1 million. Confidence is contagious if you’re selling a home in the Boston area. In 2016, the fifth year since home prices started rebounding after the ruinous Great Recession, single-family sales increased by double digit percentages for the state as a whole, according to Tim Warren, CEO of the Boston-based market tracking firm The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman. “The feeding frenzy is back, with crowded open houses and multiple offers,” he says. “That has accelerated price increases in the communities closest to Boston.” Accelerated them so much, in fact, that in several areas, medians have surged well beyond their pre-recession peaks. Cambridge, for example, has seen prices almost double, so a house that would have cost you $667,500 in 2005 set you back …

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Reflecting on the memory of our honored Revere Beach historians….

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This story has been reposted in honor and tribute to two remarkable, talented, kind and generous gentlemen who truly loved Revere Beach. Their commitment to preserving and promoting the rich history of America’s First Beach, a National Historic Landmark  is now memorialized and treasured for generations to come. –Bob Upton, RevereBeach.com Original  Post – November 2012 Peter McCauley & Norman Gautreau Memorialized On Revere Beach BOSTON – Speaker of the House Robert A. DeLeo joined Representative Kathi-Anne Reinstein to announce the House of Representatives has passed two bills designating separate memorials on Revere Beach for historian Peter McCauley and artist Norman Gautreau. The two bills are a revision of one (Bill H.2022) filed by Representative Kathi-Anne Reinstein in January of 2011 that ensured areas of the beach would be reserved to honor both men before current development plans were conceived. Peter McCauley             Norman Gautreau …

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Area Home Prices Just Keep Increasing…

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February 3, 2017 By Journal Staff By Sue Ellen Woodcock The real estate market showed median home sale prices have increased between 8 to 21 percent in the Revere, Winthrop, Chelsea, East Boston, Everett and Lynn. Revere single family home sales price comparing 2015 to 2016 were up eight percent from $330,000 to $356,250. There were 244 sales in 2016 and 196 in 2015. In the condo market there was a 44 percent increase in condo sales, from 134 in 2015 and 193 in 2016. The median condo sales price was down by 6.6 percent from $289,000 to $270,000.00. According to the Massachusetts Association of Realtors, Winthrop single family home sales price comparing 2015 to 2016 is up 10.7 percent, or $375,000 to $415,000. There were 89 sales in 2015 and 79 sales in 2016. Winthrop condominium prices were up 3.5 percent from $285,000 in 2015 to 295,000 in 2016. …

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EBNHC Looking to Build New Facility in City

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January 20, 2017 By Sue Ellen Woodcock East Boston Neighborhood Health Center (EBNHC) is looking to expand its services in Revere with a new building on Garofola Street on the site of the Mottola Post for its PACE (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly) program for the elderly. The healthcare provider is requesting a variance for front, side and rear yard setbacks, also open space requirements and a landscape buffer screen. In addition, parking for medical office use, and a minimum setback for dumpster pads. They are also requesting permission to the raze the current VFW Post on the site. Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso is pleased the project will be coming to his ward. He said the design is reminiscent of a Cape Cod resort. “It’s going to be a nice quality place to service the elderly of Revere and around,” Guinasso said. “They are a first class neighborhood …

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Revere will not be a Sanctuary City

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“We are not going to be a Sanctuary City” Advocate News – Interview with Mayor Brian Arrigo The mayor stated that his critics have thrown everything out there, including: He was going to place a “Black Lives Matter” banner on City Hall – false; or the public health office opened on Revere Street was actually a methadone clinic – false; or that he will have Syrian refugees living at the hotel at the new Shaw’s site development – false. “Or that I didn’t renew Chief Cafarelli’s contract because I wanted to make Revere a sanctuary city because he didn’t want to, and that was the bone of contention between him and I, which is unequivocally false,” said the mayor.  It was exactly one year ago, Jan. 6, 2015, when Mayor-Elect Brian Arrigo took over as the new leader of The Beach City of Revere following a tumultuous election against incumbent …

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Governor Baker brings Big Bucks to Revere

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LYNN ITEM PHOTO BY OWEN O’ROURKE Revere City Councilor Anthony Zambuto, left, talks with Gov. Charlie Baker after they arrive at the old Shaw’s supermarket site at 205 Revere Beach Parkway to announce a $3.6 million MassWorks Infrastructure Program grant to build luxury apartments and extended stay hotel rooms. Story By THOMAS GRILLO REVERE — The shuttered Shaw’s supermarket on Revere Beach Parkway near the Beachmont MBTA station will soon be transformed into 220 apartments and a 132-room hotel. The six-acre site, which has been vacant for more than five years, benefited from a $3.63 million MassWorks Infrastructure Program grant to the city to advance the $90 million project that is expected to break ground next spring. Officials gathered on Wednesday at the abandoned market site, a five-minute walk to the T and Revere Beach, to celebrate the grant that made the development possible with the public infrastructure improvements. ALSO: …

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