Monthly Archives: April 2011

Parking Signs

April 21, 2011
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Parking Signs

The city is planning a new sticker program for parking which is sure to inspire a great deal of debate. Shown  are the sticker requirement signs in the old Ward 2 neighborhood where parking is always at a premium.

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Health Fair a Success at Williams School

April 21, 2011
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Health Fair a Success at Williams School

-Special to the record The highly anticipated Second Annual Move It Health Fair was held on Saturday, April 9 at the Williams School from 1 to 3:30 p.m.  Over 500 children and families came out to the fair, an increase from the crowd of nearly 150 families in its inaugural year.  Organized as a...

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Council Prepares to Act on New Parking Regulations

April 21, 2011
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-Special to the Record Overnight parking restrictions could soon be coming to a street near you if the City Council adopts a new set of parking regulations authored by City Manager Jay Ash and adopted by the Traffic Commission.  To inform its pending decision, the City Council will hold a subcommittee meeting on Tuesday,...

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Officer Rescues Two Toddlers at Carnival

April 21, 2011
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A quick acting Chelsea Police officer is credited with rescuing two toddlers that were pinned and being dragged in an amusement ride on Sunday evening. Officer Paul McCarthy was working a paid detail and monitoring the carnival grounds when he was alerted by loud yelling and screaming from a carousel type ride identified as...

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Metro Credit Union gives $5,000 to Chelsea Collaborative

April 21, 2011
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-Special to the Record Metro Credit Union recently donated $5,000 to the Chelsea Collaborative, the second installment of a five-year commitment totaling $25,000.  The Chelsea Collaborative’s mission is to empower Chelsea residents and Chelsea organizations to bring about social, environmental and economic justice in the community. Robert M. Cashman, President and CEO of Metro...

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For Our Jewish Friends

April 21, 2011
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There was a time, and it was not so long ago, when a good part of this city literally shut down during the Passover holiday. Those days are irretrievably gone and so too is the large population of Jewish people who once gave this city a great deal of its character. They have been...

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The Easter Holiday is a Time for Reflection and Joy

April 21, 2011
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Just about everything has changed in our lives during the past few decades. Nothing is the way it used to be anymore. It is a vastly changed Chelsea of today that celebrates the Easter holiday this weekend. As much as the city has changed, the celebration of the holiday remains essentially the same. Easter...

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Lady Red Devil Tracksters Run Past Lynn Tech, Voke

April 21, 2011
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The Chelsea High girls track & field team is off to a great start this season.  The squad  size is large, the energy is high, and the determination is growing.  The team currently consists of 58 girls, 32 who are brand new to the team this year. “Many of our key members graduated last...

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Sports 04-20-2011

April 21, 2011
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The Chelsea High boys track team won its first two meets of the season, defeating Lynn Tech 105-31, and Northeast Regional Vocational School, 88-48. Senior captain Santos Hernandez led the way in both meets, capturing the 400 meter low hurdles and the 110 meter high hurdles against both opponents. Santos also took second place...

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Obituaries 04-20-2011

April 21, 2011
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Catina ‘Tina’ Tritto Chelsea resident Catina A. “Tina” ( Caccamesi ) Tritto of Chelsea, formerly of East Boston, died on April 19. She was the beloved wife of the late Joseph Tritto with whom she shared 37 years of marriage; loving mother of Frank Tritto of Lynn, James Tritto and his wife, Sandra, of...

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