Monthly Archives: May 2015

CHS Prom

May 28, 2015
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CHS Prom

Elvin Rivera and Samira Boutios look elegant at last Saturday’s (May 23) Chelsea High School prom at the Hyatt Regency Cambridge.

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Large Development Proposed for French Club

May 28, 2015
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Some 60 units of affordable housing are being proposed this week by The Neighborhood Developers in a $13 million five-story building that would occupy the French Naturalization Club at the end of Spencer Street. The property is owned by TND and the City Council earlier this month discontinued the small street that runs between...

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And Then There Were Two:City Manager Finalists Revealed

May 28, 2015
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The City Manager Screening Committee announced that two finalists, former Revere Mayor Tom Ambrosino and former Portland (ME) City Manager Mark Rees, have been chosen for consideration to be the next Chelsea city manager. In a late Thursday meeting, which started with a short executive session to discuss the departure of two other finalists,...

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Stephen Leon Honored at Memorial Day Exercises

May 28, 2015
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Stephen Leon Honored at Memorial Day Exercises

Monday morning on Broadway Chelsea was a long way from April 2, 2011 for veteran Stephen Leon. While he walked down the main street of his hometown – the grand marshal of the Memorial Day Parade – his thoughts were still keenly aware of that day in Afghanistan when he put his life on...

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The Best of the Beacons:Michelle Zullo Set Pitching Records at UMass/Boston

May 28, 2015
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The Best of the Beacons:Michelle Zullo Set Pitching Records at UMass/Boston

Michelle Zullo felt comfortable on the pitcher’s mound from the very beginning. She made her debut in the Everett Girls Softball League at the age of six, becoming one of the top pitchers in the league and eventually taking lessons from Bob Carr and his daughter, Christine Carr. By the time Zullo entered the...

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Police Briefs 05-28-2015

May 28, 2015
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ARSON INVESTIGATION ON NORMANDY ROAD Last Thursday evening, Chelsea 911 received several calls for a reported fire at 22 Normandy Rd. Upon arrival Chelsea Engine 1, under the command of Capt. Thompson, reported smoke showing from the first floor and located a fire in the kitchen. Firefighters immediately stretched a line into the building...

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Sports 05-28-2015

May 28, 2015
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CHS Roundup CHS girls second at CAC meet; Cabral named CAC track MVP The Chelsea High girls outdoor track team, which finished in first place in the Commonwealth Athletic Conference with an undefeated dual meet season, took second place in the CAC league meet Saturday. “We were missing two of our key point-getters from this season,...

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Obituaries 05-28-2015

May 28, 2015
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Raymond Chipman, III Diehard Boston Sports Fan Raymond R. Chipman, III of Chelsea died on May 15. A diehard Boston Sports fan and former supervisor at Restaurant Depot, Raymond passed away at home after a courageous battle with cancer. He was the devoted son of Linda (Urbaczewski) Chipman of Chelsea; beloved brother of Rae...

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Quigley Park Opening Soon

May 21, 2015
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Quigley Park Opening Soon

With a new, much more open design, Quigley Park is scheduled to be re-opened late this week or early next week. City officials began work on the park last summer and fall utilizing a state grant from the ‘Our Common Backyards’ program. The goal is to have the park ready for the summer months. The...

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Girl Scout Parade,Memorial Day Ceremonies Step Off Mon. Morning

May 21, 2015
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The annual Chelsea Girl Scout Parade and Memorial Day Exercises will take place in that order for the fourth straight year, with even more scouts and organizations expected to march in the parade – which is meant to honor veterans and enhance the official exercises at City Hall. The parade will began around 8:15...

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