Monthly Archives: January 2011

Charter Review Progressing; Some Changes Possible

January 13, 2011
By

Councillor Brian Hatleberg, chair the Charter Review Sub-Committee says the review required every 10 years and now ongoing is well underway. The concept of the review is not to examine the charter in order to make drastic changes if they’re not needed, he told the Chelsea Record during an interview last week. “The review...

Read more »

The Snow Storm

January 13, 2011
By

We urge everyone shoveling snow to refrain from shoveling the white stuff into the streets that have just been plowed. We must move forward not backward and shoveling snow into the street is moving in the wrong direction. In a small city like ours, we need everyone’s cooperation to make it work. Let’s not...

Read more »

Obituaries 01-13-2011

January 13, 2011
By

George Apt Former Shipping and Receiving Clerk George M. Apt, a former shipping and receiving clerk, passed away on January 6 at the Kaplan Family Hospice House in Danvers where he had been receiving supportive care for the last few days. He was 74 years old. Born in Allston, he was the son of...

Read more »

The Patriots Versus the Jets

January 13, 2011
By

It is coming to be the bet of the year – the Pats versus the Jets. The series is even at 1-1 and as all sports fans would agree, anything can happen in a given day in the National Football League. However, we believe the Patriots are a team of destiny this year. Against...

Read more »

The Tragedy in Tucson

January 13, 2011
By

Like people all over the nation, Chelsea residents have been horrified by the tragic killings and shootings in Arizona. Six dead and 13 wounded innocents is a bit hard to grasp given their lives were eneded or dramatically changed because of the actions of a cold blooded killer. Some will argue that the gunman...

Read more »

A Rising Scholar-Athlete

January 13, 2011
By
A Rising Scholar-Athlete

Gould excels in middle school football Jonathan Gould has been a football player his entire life. And he has excelled at every level. Gould, a 5-foot-8-inch, 160-pound eight grader, is coming off an outstanding season as the starting middle linebacker and left guard for the Noble Middle School football team in the town of...

Read more »

Police Briefs 01-13-2011

January 13, 2011
By

January 2, 2011 Nijaz Okic, 20, 154 Marlborough St., Chelsea, was arrested for disorderly conduct and on a warrant. Jesus Rivera, 25, 164 Franklin Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. January 3, 2011 Erika Hinton, 38, 252 Revere Beach Pkwy., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant. Maisoun Aldakhlallah,...

Read more »

Foreclosure-auction Sale Put off Following Angry Protest

January 6, 2011
By
Foreclosure-auction Sale Put off Following Angry Protest

The auction of a two-family home on Sixth Street was put off until February 7 following an angry protest Tuesday morning in front of the property. About 20 people, including members of the Chelsea Collaborative, joined Jose and Olga Becerra in front of their 17 Sixth Street home minutes before the 10:00 a.m. auction...

Read more »

Looking at Violent Crime

January 6, 2011
By

Putting 2010 behind us The New Year is almost one week old and Chelsea hasn’t tallied a homicide, yet. The disaster of 2010 is hopefully behind us. Thirteen homicides in a city this size was extraordinary. It got many of us wondering. Was Chelsea becoming the wild west? “Absolutely not,” said Chelsea Police Chief...

Read more »

City Seeking Volunteers for Local Boards

January 6, 2011
By

Record Staff City officials are calling upon  residents to get more involved in the community.  Specifically, the City is seeking volunteers to join standing boards and commissions, as well as committees that are working on a variety of local initiatives. “A key to the great success our community is enjoying is the participation of...

Read more »


Real Time Web Analytics - Buzz Stat