Everette is located in the eastern part of the state of Massachusetts and a city in Middlesex County. It sits adjacent to the nearby Chelsea, Medford, and Malden and is situated across Boston’s Mystic River. The area was first settled in 1630 and became part and a town in Malden, and was then also known as South Malden until in 1870 that it separated its incorporation and was renamed after the statesman and orator Edward Everett. The city has a highly diversified economy and it includes its industrial suburb, the port facilities that can accommodate any oceangoing ships. It manufactured has included electronics, chemicals, material items, and the printed materials Te petroleum services, storage, and trade also plays a primary role.