Monthly Archives: July 2011

Dr. Marie Pasinski Appears on the Today Show

July 28, 2011
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Dr. Marie Pasinski Appears on the Today Show

Dr. Marie Pasinski, a neurologist at the Massachusetts General Hospital’s Chelsea Health Care Center, served as an expert commentator during a featured report on the “Today” show Wednesday morning. Pasinski appeared on camera in a story about Will Shortz, editor of the New York Times crossword puzzle.  Pasinki was asked to comment about the...

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Incoming Mail Center on Chopping Block

July 28, 2011
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The US Postal Service Incoming Mail Center on Beacham Street is one of 43 Massachusetts post office facilities listed that may be closed as the Postal Department attempts to cut expenses, which are far outpacing income. The Postal Department made the announcement Tuesday. An official who wished to remain unnamed at the Chelsea IMC...

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Congress Avenue Fire Under Investigation

July 28, 2011
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Two fires about two hours apart last Thursday kept Chelsea firefighters and responders from other cities busy on one of the hottest days in years. Just before 4:00 p.m. Chelsea firefighters responded to a fire in a three family home at 150 Congress Avenue, finding heavy smoke billowing from the third floor of the...

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Police Still Looking for the Killer of a Chelsea Man

July 28, 2011
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Chelsea Police are still searching for the man they believe was responsible for last week’s killing of a Chelsea man on Central Avenue and need the community’s help. Chelsea and State Police Detectives assigned to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office are asking for Chelsea residents for information that will lead to the arrest...

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The First Resnek to Graduate from Harvard

July 28, 2011
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Last month, my son Joseph Resnek graduated with honors from Harvard College. For me, for his mother and his brother and for everyone in my family, it was a moment to savor and to enjoy because graduating from Harvard has so many positive connotations. The Resnek’s have been in Chelsea since 1885. No one...

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James O’Brien

July 28, 2011
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The death of Jimmy O’Brien following a heroic battle against cancer, brings to an end the life of a retired Chelsea police detective and is very sad news to all of us who knew him as he was a good guy and a police officer who never got caught up in the public corruption...

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William Powers

July 28, 2011
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William P. Powers, the father of Stephen Powers, who served with distinction at Chelsea City Hall as an alderman and councilor, has died at the age of 94. He died at the Chelsea Soldiers Home as he was a Veteran of World War II. Mr. Powers was a gregarious man who loved this city,...

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The Default Scandal

July 28, 2011
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Any way we choose to look at it, our national government is bringing this nation down in a big, big way. The endless and nauseating partisan debate over the national debt and whether we should pay our bills or default is an embarrassment. Until this nation is willing to sacrifice, nothing is going to...

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Obituaries 07-28-2011

July 28, 2011
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James O’Brien Retired Chelsea Police Sergeant James A. O’Brien, retired Chelsea Police Sergeant, died his Saugus home on July 20 after a courageous battle with overwhelming illness. He was 68 years old. Born and raised in Chelsea, he was the son of the late Albert J. O’Brien and Ann (Shulakovsky) O’Brien.  He attended St...

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Sand Sculpting Festival: Bigger and Better Than the Hype

July 21, 2011
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Sand Sculpting Festival: Bigger and Better Than the Hype

If one were to gauge the success of this past weekend’s National Sand sculpting Festival on Revere Beach by crowds alone, then it was a smashing success. Crowds were estimated prior to the festival to be around 300,000 people for the four-day period, and organizers said preliminary public safety estimates indicated that there were...

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