Monthly Archives: May 2015

Da Dan Conley’s Tournament a Great Event

May 6, 2015
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We were so proud to take part in Suffolk County District Daniel F. Conley 7th Annual Basketball For Peace Tournament at the UMass Boston Clark Athletic Center. DA Conley and his staff once again accomplished the mission of this wonderful event: to bring Boston’s young people together for a day of safe, healthy, team-oriented...

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Time for Colleges and Universities to Lead

May 6, 2015
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 Campus sexual violence has been the subject of an intense national conversation recently, but that dialogue often lacks critical input from schools that are already taking steps to improve their campus climates. Colleges and universities, it’s time for you to lead on this issue.  So far, and with good reason, most of the attention...

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Sports 04-30-2015

May 6, 2015
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CHS Roundup CHS girls track team knocks off NDA   The Chelsea High girls track team earned one of the biggest wins in the program’s history with a 70-65 triumph at Notre Dame Academy of Tyngsboro Tuesday afternoon, marking the first victory for Chelsea over an NDA team since the latter joined the Commonwealth...

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Obituaries 04-30-2015

May 6, 2015
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John ‘Jack’ Halas US Postal Service retiree; Member of Dominic Savio Athletic Hall of Fame; active coach for Chelsea youth and high school leagues John M. “Jack” Halas of Chelmsford, formerly of Chelsea, passed away unexpectedly at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston late Friday evening, April 17 from complications from a stroke he suffered...

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Ready With Brooms and Shovels to Get Chelsea Clean on Saturday

May 6, 2015
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It’s no secret that the melting snow – while a relief – has unveiled a litany of litter throughout the streets of Chelsea, and this weekend, residents, elected officials and City workers will fan out across the city to put all that trash where it belongs – in the can. “We’ve got a dozen...

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Council Seeks to Reform OT in Fire Dept.

May 6, 2015
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City Councillors may often be at odds on certain issues, but Monday night every councillor was on board with an official call to Acting Fire Chief Robert Houghton to come up with a plan to fix the broken fire overtime budget. The call came just two weeks after the Council learned in a subcommittee...

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Closure of Problem Bar Seen as Victory for Residents, More May Come Next Week

May 6, 2015
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After a marathon four-hour hearing, residents and Chelsea Police are hailing the decision of the License Commission on Tuesday night to pull the liquor and entertainment licenses at Las Palmas Restaurant and Lounge, 44 Central Ave., as a victory for quality of life. “There were a lot of factors in the Board’s decision on...

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