Monthly Archives: December 2012

Police Looking for Armed Man

December 13, 2012
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Police Looking for Armed Man

Revere Police and State Police are on the lookout for an armed criminal and the Revere License Commission is preparing to yank the license of a business that the armed criminal allegedly took over some two years ago by force, intimidation, kidnapping and blackmail. A warrant has been issued for Gary Coulanges surrounding an...

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Zoning Board Approves One Petition on Parkway

December 13, 2012
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The Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) met on Tuesday night, Dec. 11th, and approved one measure while continuing four petitions until the January meeting. •The ZBA approved a special permit for Maria Russo to operate a dress shop in the old Brown Jug location on Adams Street and Wesley Street. The petition included a...

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Local Aid Cuts to Hurt Chelsea

December 13, 2012
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If the Commonwealth of Massachusetts had a checkbook, it would be woefully overdrawn. And they’re once-again turning to cities like Chelsea to help balance their red ink in the form of mid-year local aid cuts – the second time in three years Gov. Deval Patrick has proposed such a previously unprecedented move. Local aid...

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Resident Parking Program to Start on February 1

December 13, 2012
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City leaders said this week that they won’t be able to implement the new, sweeping residential parking program on Jan. 1st, but will instead set things in motion on Feb. 1st. In the meantime, residents and the City will be able to prepare for the major, citywide change. “We were hoping to get it...

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New $40 Million Housing Development Breaks Ground on Vacant Lot

December 13, 2012
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One North of Boston, a 230-unit, market-rate, rental housing development has broken ground in the City’s urban renewal district on Sixth and Heard Streets, which is currently vacant property. The $40 million project will feature 48 studio, 123 one-bedroom and 59 two-bedroom units, and amenities like a lounge, cyber café, club room, media room,...

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The Silent Killer

December 13, 2012
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With the heating season upon us, now is the time for residents to check their homes to make sure that they have carbon monoxide alarms and that they are in operation.  A winter season does not pass without some home heating-related tragedies,  with people dying from carbon monoxide poisoning. What brings this to the...

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State Aid Cuts

December 13, 2012
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Just when we thought that we were out of the woods with regard to local aid reductions by the state, local officials across the Commonwealth were notified last week that there will be almost $9 million less in discretionary state aid available to cities and towns for the current fiscal year.  However, according to...

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CHS Boys Drop Season Opener

December 13, 2012
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The Chelsea High boys basketball team opened its 2012-13 season against Minuteman Regional, dropping a 59-54 contest Tuesday evening at the CHS gym. Senior center Carlos Vega led the Red Devils in the scoring department with a fine 19 point effort. “Carlos played a very good game for us,” said CHS head coach Jay...

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Police Briefs 12-13-2012

December 13, 2012
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12/03 Elmer Ramos, 37, 91 Sagamore Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for operation of motor vehicle unlicensed. Reza Malekian, 59, 463B McGrath Hwy., Somerville, was arrested on a warrant. 12/04 Mackenson Bonasse, 27, 96 Bellingham St., Chelsea, was arrested on a felony warrant. Catia Correia, 42, 55 Lambert St., Revere, was arrested for violating marked...

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Obituaries 12-13-2012

December 13, 2012
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Ronald Bennett Retired Lithographer, Saugus School Custodian and Excellent Athlete Ronald P. Bennett of Saugus died in Blueberry Hill Nursing Home on December 10 after a long illness. He was 83 years old. Born in Chelsea, the husband of Florence (LeBlanc) Bennett and son of Walter and Stella (Marchand) Bennett, he was raised in...

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