Monthly Archives: November 2011

Chelsea City Councillor, Dan Cortell’s 1960 Ford T-Bird

November 7, 2011
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Chelsea City Councillor, Dan Cortell’s 1960 Ford T-Bird

Chelsea City Councillor, Dan Cortell’s 1960 Ford T-Bird, pictured here on a beautiful Saturday afternoon the weekend before election. Onlookers snapped photo’s throughout the day of this classic car, being used as a campaign tool in the upcoming November 8th election.

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Chelsea Housing Authority’s Chief Resigns Amid Furor over $360,000 Yearly Salary

November 3, 2011
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Chelsea Housing Authority Executive Director Michael McLaughlin resigned his position Wednesday evening following Governor Deval Patrick’s demand that he do so. The governor said he was outraged by revelations in the Boston Globe about McLaughlin’s $360,000 a salary – making him the highest paid director of a housing authority in the United States, even...

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Today’s Collision Repair Centers Raises $10,000 for Journey Forward

November 3, 2011
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Today’s Collision Repair Centers Raises $10,000 for Journey Forward

Today’s Collision Repair Centers of Chelsea and Malden participated in the “Making Steps Walk” for the second year in a row.  The company raised $10,000 through donations from employees, their families, friends, business associates, customers and corporate sponsors for a local non-profit organization, Journey Forward. Based in Canton, Massachusetts, Journey Forward is dedicated to...

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CHS Drama Club Presents ‘Noises Off’

November 3, 2011
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CHS Drama Club Presents ‘Noises Off’

Chelsea High School Drama Club advisor Amy Czarnowski describes the play “Noises Off” as “very funny – it’s originally a British farce that we have sort of put our own take on it.” “We” are the nine cast members and eight crew members from the Drama Club who will present the first of three...

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Chelsea Awards Night Honors Simboli, Hatleberg, Leaders

November 3, 2011
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Chelsea Awards Night Honors Simboli, Hatleberg, Leaders

The Tenth Annual Chelsea Awards Night at city hall was once again a great success. A large and enthusiastic crowd packed the city council chamber last Wednesday evening as ten awards were bestowed upon winners who to a person said they were proud and humbled to have received them. Lifetime Achievement winner Anthony Simboli,...

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Get Out and Vote

November 3, 2011
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Next Tuesday is Election Day and voters would do well to exercise their vote in order to have a say in their city government. Expectations are for a lower than usual turn-out which is always a disappointment. According to the city’s able City Clerk Debbie Clayman, turnout could potentially be as high as 40%...

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The Early Snowstorm

November 3, 2011
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Last weekend’s snowstorm certainly set a bad precedent for the winter that is most assuredly coming our way. If things can get that bad when October hadn’t yet turned into November, how bad will it be when November turns into December? Chances are, it will be pretty bad. However, the weather forecasters are predicting...

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Foreclosures and What Government Has Promised

November 3, 2011
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The foreclosure nightmare for working folks in this city and in cities and towns across the land is an embarrassment and an abomination. Not since the Great Depression have so many faced losing so much after working so hard to gain for themselves their own homes. The President has made countless announcements about government...

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Sports 11-03-2011

November 3, 2011
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We made it!!! CHS soccer girls reach state tourney for first time The Chelsea High girl soccer team faced a busy and difficult final week of the season with four contests against some of their toughest rivals in the Commonwealth Athletic Conference. The Lady Red Devils entered the home stretch of the 2011 campaign...

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Police Briefs 11-03-2011

November 3, 2011
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Monday. October 24 AnnMarie Bell, 40,  300 Commandants Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for stop sign violation, operating motor vehicle with suspended/revoked license (criminal). William Rios, 40, 32 Carmel St., Chelsea, was arrested for larceny over $250, possessing Class B drug. Carlos Alfredo, Address & Age unknown, was arrested for being incapacitated person. Ngoc Nguyen,...

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