Monthly Archives: June 2010

Boulrice treasures being a playwright – City official will present his plays at Chelsea Art Walk at Apollinaire Theatre

June 5, 2010
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Boulrice treasures being a playwright – City official will present his plays at Chelsea Art Walk at Apollinaire Theatre

By day Robert B. Boulrice is the treasurer and collector for the City of Chelsea, managing the city’s tens of millions of dollars and overseeing its valuable investments. But on nights and weekends, Boulrice dons his literary cape as a versatile playwright – whose comedic talent and writing skills will soon be on display...

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Keeping the lid on anger, vengeance and violence

June 5, 2010
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The shooting death of a 14 year-old Dorchester youth – he was riding his scooter when two men approached him and one held him and the other shot him several times in the chest – has once again shocked most civilized people living in Boston. It has also shocked those of us living outside...

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CORI reform passed; called ‘smart on crime’ bill

June 5, 2010
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Operating under the theory that good jobs and putting people to work here in Chelsea can break the cycle of poverty, depression, and crime in the community, the House passed CORI (Criminal Offender Record Information) reform last week. “This legislation opens new doors for those who have served their punishment while keeping public safety...

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CHS Girls Track

June 5, 2010
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The Chelsea High Girl’s Track and Field Team won their third CAC Dual Meet Championship with an undefeated 8-0 record.  This is the third consecutive undefeated dual meet season for the girl’s track program.  The girls traveled to Greater Lowell Technical High School last Thursday for the CAC League Meet.  The team won their...

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Chelsea’s veterans

June 5, 2010
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Throughout the centuries, Chelsea’s men and women have served their country with valor and loyalty. Chelsea sent dozens of men to fight by General George Washington’s side during the Revolutionary War – when Washington garrisoned the Northern wing of the Continental Army at Washington Park in Prattville. During the Civil War, Chelsea sent hundreds...

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Lennie Lopes

June 5, 2010
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One of this city’s true sporting legends died last week. Lennie Lopes, for decades a force in local sporting circles, captain and player on some of this cities best softball teams to ever come down the line, was 88. He was one of the best known and best liked sporting personalities in this cities...

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Arrest Report 06-02-2010

June 5, 2010
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Monday, May 24 Cristian Oquendo Loaiza, 22, 29 Chelsea St., East Boston, was arrested for operation of motor vehicle unlicensed. Nicholas Murphy, 32, 77 Spur Ln., Marston Mills, was arrested for trespassing and possession of Class B drug. Susan Linares, 46, 72 Campbell Ave., Revere, was arrested for being nightwalker. Jose Malave-Gonzalez, 32, 157...

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Obituaries 06-02-2010

June 5, 2010
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Susie Taylor Worked at Hood Rubber and Cool Ray Susie (Palladino) Taylor, a lifelong resident of Chelsea, died on May 28 at the Courtyard Nursing Care Center in Medford. She was 90 years old. After an active working career which started first as an assembler at Hood Rubber in Watertown then as a glazier...

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