Monthly Archives: April 2012

Obituaries 04-12-2012

April 12, 2012
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Marie Caro Retired Saleslady, Beloved Admirals Hill Personality Marie M. Caro, a retired saleslady and Chelsea resident, died suddenly April 7 at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston following a sudden unexpected illness. She was 88 years old. Born in Rincon Puerto Rico, she was the daughter of the late Juan and Marceliana (Ruiz)...

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Saint Rose of Lima Celebration on Palm Sunday

April 5, 2012
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Saint Rose of Lima Celebration on Palm Sunday

Hundreds of Chelsea residents turned out for Saint Rose of Lima Celebration on Palm Sunday. There were two Spanish Masses at the same time to accommodate the large group of parishioners that filled the church.

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Housing Authority Puts Back the Pieces

April 5, 2012
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Housing Authority Puts Back the Pieces

Five new Board members took their seats last Thursday in the conference room at the Chelsea Housing Authority (CHA), the first step and first meeting in a process of putting back the pieces for an Authority whose administration was suddenly blown to smithereens last fall. The conference room looked pretty much the same as...

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Youth Performers Featured at Town Hall Meeting

April 5, 2012
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The Chelsea Mobilizing for Change Coalition in collaboration with Chelsea Schools, the REACH Program, City of Chelsea and Chelsea Police Department held a Town Hall Meeting called “Performing for Prevention” on March 21st.  Wednesday’s Town Hall Meeting, held at the main gym of Chelsea high school, featured the highly acclaimed” Improbable Players” and several...

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Chelsea Man Indicted on Murder Charge

April 5, 2012
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A Chelsea man has been indicted on a charge of murder in connection with the Jan. 3 fatal stabbing of Jessica Cormier, 20, of Everett. Clarence Earl Berry, 60, of Chelsea, was indicted by a Middlesex County grand jury on a change of murder in the first degree. He will be arraigned in Middlesex...

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The $600 Million Lottery Wager and Its Lesson

April 5, 2012
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Even those who are aloof about casino gambling coming to Massachusetts had to look with more than just a bit of awe upon the hoopla and the result of last week’s Mega Bucks Lottery game which took in $39 million in Massachusetts. We dread to think how much money was spent by the residents...

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Red Devil Baseball Team Opens Season Today

April 5, 2012
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The Chelsea High baseball team is set to open its 2012 campaign today (Thursday) at Lynn Tech. Head coach Alan Beausoleil’s squad turned in an active and productive pre-season in which they scrimmaged against four quality opponents who primarily play in divisions higher than the Red Devils’ competition during the regular season. “We made...

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Obituaries 04-05-2012

April 5, 2012
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Joseph Harvey, Sr. Worked for GE in Lynn Joseph M. Harvey, Sr., a longtime resident of Chelsea, died at the Massachusetts General Hospital on March 24. He was 63 years old. Born on December 31, 1948, he was raised in Chelsea, the son of the late William and Lorraine Harvey. He attended Chelsea Schools,...

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Grande Opening Leaves a Latte to Be Desired; Starbuck’s Will Locate in Chelsea

April 5, 2012
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Chelsea residents might have to brush up on their hipster coffeehouse lingo, but they won’t have to drive far to do it as Starbuck’s Coffee has announced that it will be opening up a store in the Mystic Mall. There was no timeline for the opening, but it is expected to locate near the...

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Chelsea Man Caught After 23-years on the Lam

April 5, 2012
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It was a routine traffic stop for the Wellesley Police Department, and had they not run through a series of protocols, they might not have caught a Chelsea man who has eluded the feds for 23 years. Wellesley Police and the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) reported late last week that they had...

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