About Everett, Massachusetts
The City of Everett is situated in the state of Massachusetts and is a part of the Middlesex County. Before it became a thriving city, Everett was only a part of Charlestown and then later on, the town of Malden acquired it. Edward Everett, a statesman, was one of the first settlers who landed in the area, a community grew and they named it after him. After a few years, the residents headcount convinced the state to declare it as a city, and as a result, it was incorporated in the year 1892. To the south of the city is Boston, which is located 3 miles away from it. Everett shares with the Boston Logan International Airport for service. One of the citys hills was stepped on by George Washington. They named that area as George Washington Hill in reference to his well-known visit. To the north of the city is Malden, to the east is the area of Revere, while Chelsea dominates the southeast, to the west are Medford and Somerville, and Boston and Mystic River are bordering the south. Some parks and shopping centers are also dispersed throughout the city for the locals to visit while some can be found outside Everett. People head on daily to Everett Square, the Elm Street Baptist Church, Woodlawn Cemetery, and the Whidden Memorial Hospital Medical Library. The Glendale Park also offers wide variety of natural beauties for the spectators. A journey around the significant attractions in the area will be seen if one will just follow the Freedom Trail.