Monthly Archives: October 2014

Chelsea Awarded $37.6M Grant for New Clark Avenue Middle School

October 6, 2014
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The state has come up with its chunk of funding for the new Clark Avenue School after a vote Wednesday morning, Sept. 24, in Boston, but now the more critical work of coming up with some $20 million in local costs will begin. State Treasurer Steven Grossman, Chairman of the Massachusetts School Building Authority...

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Well Deserved Eaves Promoted to Deputy Chief of the CFD

October 6, 2014
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As his family looked on proudly from the front row of the City Council Chambers at City Hall, Paul Eaves took the oath of office as deputy chief of the Chelsea Fire Department. It was an especially poignant and emotional ceremony for Eaves’s mother, Irma, whose husband, the late Thomas F. Eaves Sr., served...

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‘No On Question 3’ Campaign Gets Energized

October 6, 2014
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Only minutes had gone by after the decision by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) to award a casino license to Wynn Resorts before Everett’s Michael McLaughlin and Dan Skeritt kicked it into high gear to get the word out about the ‘Vote No on Question 3’ campaign – a campaign calling for keeping the...

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MCAS Scores Reflect Improvement, Challenges of the Community

October 6, 2014
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After hours of careful analyzation of Chelsea MCAS state testing results, one realizes that they need to start analyzing Chelsea’s state MCAS results. That’s no misprint, but simply a stated fact that social and political conditions in the world often filter into the schools and require an understanding of the entire community’s story before...

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