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DiZazzo Square (Lawrence, MA)

DiZazzo Square is located at the intersection of Juniper and Basswood Streets. It was named in honor of Private Americo DiZazzo. DiZazzo served in the US Army in Europe. 13 more words

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Cardillo Way (Lawrence, MA)

A short alleyway between Haverhill and Oak Streets was named for Benjamin A. Cardillo, a soldier in Company C of the 326th Infantry. He served in the army during World War I and was killed in action in France.

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Riley Park (Lawrence, MA)

The entrance to Riley Park is located at the intersection of Everett and Salem Streets in South Lawrence. It is named for Philip J. Riley (1894-1929) “Smiling Phil” who was a long time resident of “Shanty Pond”. 77 more words

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Godbout Square (Lawrence, MA)

Godbout Square is the rotary that connects four streets – Rotary, May, Manchester, Barker Steets, and Currant Hill Road. It is dedicated in honor of Fred J. 16 more words

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Cronin Park (Lawrence, MA)

The Cronin Park (originally the Cronin Playstead) is located at the intersection of Alder, Poplar, and Basswood Streets. It was named for Private First Class Jeremiah W. 35 more words

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O'Connell South Common (Lawrence, MA)

The Common in South Lawrence encompassed by South Union, Market, Osgood, and Salem Streets was named the O’Connell South Common in honor of Philip J. O’Connell. 20 more words

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Scarito Park (Lawrence, MA)

Scarito Park abuts the Spicket River on one side and Brook Street on the other. It was dedicated (2006) to Dr. Nina Scarito, a Lawrence obstetrician of 45 years who delivered 20,000 babies. 48 more words

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