Monthly Archives: September 2013

First Council Meeting Features Showdown

September 12, 2013
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It’s not what happened so much during the City Council meeting on Monday night, but rather what happened afterward and behind the scenes that has grown more important than the actual issue at hand – that issue being public safety and policing strategies. The return from the summer recess for the Council was anything...

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Decision Time for Parents, School Officials on Clark Ave

September 12, 2013
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In the coming weeks, parents, school officials and the City will be called on for input and a final decision for the preferred alternative in the rebuilding plan for the Clark Avenue Middle School – a project that has been long in the making and is finally coming to bear. School administrator Gerry McCue...

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Remembering 9/11

September 12, 2013
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If someone had said on September 10, 2001, that America would be embroiled militarily in affairs in the Middle East for the next 12 years, one would have thought that person to be crazy. Indeed, no one would have dared predict such a scenario even on September 12, 2001. But the tragic events of...

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Red Devil Football Team Opens Season Friday Night

September 12, 2013
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With the dog days of August and double sessions now just a memory, the Chelsea High football team will kick off its 2013 campaign Friday evening when the Red Devils host St. Joseph’s of Newton under the lights at Chelsea Stadium at 7:00. “The players have been practicing very hard this week and we’re...

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Obituaries 09-12-2013

September 12, 2013
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Charles ‘Chuck’ Kaliris, Jr. Lionbridge Technology Sales Director Charles R. “Chuck” Kaliris, Jr. of 5 Memory Lane, North Reading, formerly of Chelsea and Revere, died on September 9. He was 53 years old. The Sales Director of Lionbridge Technology, he received his MBA from Northeastern University and has been resident of North Reading for...

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Renovated Park Gets Grand Opening in Prattville

September 5, 2013
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Renovated Park Gets Grand Opening in Prattville

City officials cut the ribbon on the renovated park at the center of Prattville last night, just a little outside of the Record’s deadlines. As the Record was going to press, City Manager Jay Ash, State Reps. Gene O’Flaherty and Kathi-Anne Reinstein, Sen. Sal DiDomenico and a host of city councillors, led by District...

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Face to Face with the Past, 64 Years Later

September 5, 2013
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Face to Face with the Past, 64 Years Later

Memories are often just images conjured up in one’s head – fond thoughts of the past, of days that once were and people who once lived and were once such pillars in our lives. However, in some rare circumstance made possible by today’s awe-inspiring Internet technology, memories of loved ones long gone can sometimes...

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Chelsea Grand Reunion

September 5, 2013
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Chelsea Grand Reunion

Grand Reunion chairman Herb Kupersmith and committee member Adrean Abrams greet one of the many CHS gradu­ates who attended the celebration.

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Jury’s Still out on McLaughlin

September 5, 2013
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While former Chelsea Housing Authority (CHA) Director Michael McLaughlin has been sentenced in Federal Court for failing to fully report his salary, the case on McLaughlin’s tenure at the CHA is far from over. Today, Sept. 5, McLaughlin is scheduled to be arraigned in Boston’s Suffolk Superior Court in room 705 on charges of...

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Council to Discuss Police Commissioner Position

September 5, 2013
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The reconvening of the Chelsea City Council from its summer recess this coming Monday, Sept. 9, likely won’t be a muted meeting with cordial discussions about summer vacations and successful fishing trips. In fact, according to some councillors, there will be some controversial proposals right off the bat. This week, District 5 Councillor Joe...

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