Monthly Archives: July 2015

Summer Fun

July 24, 2015
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Summer Fun

Cousins Valerie Hinojosa and Alexandra Hinojosa cool off in a parachute at Quigley Park on Monday afternoon while taking part in the Parks Program, sponsored by the Chelsea Collaborative Youth Summer Jobs program, the Mass General Outdoor Rx and the Chelsea Police. The Parks Program runs Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m....

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One Street Light and a Long Ways to Go in District 6

July 24, 2015
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One Street Light and a Long Ways to Go in District 6

The spray painted markings on the pavement of Lynn Street Extension are hardly noticeable, but for Councillor Giovanni Recupero and neighbors of the side street that runs from Suffolk to Central Avenue, such markings are cause for celebration. The markings indicate the spot where a street light will now be placed. Seems like an...

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First Week on the Job Brings a Few Goals for Ambrosino

July 24, 2015
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First Week on the Job Brings a Few Goals for Ambrosino

There’s a lot of meeting and greeting to do for new City Manager Tom Ambrosino this week as he took his place in the city manager’s office on Monday, but sandwiched between getting a feel for his new job, Ambrosino said he has realized how much he misses municipal government and how much he...

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Potential for Greatness:Former Football Star Shaquor Sandiford is Working at CRC and Helping Youths

July 24, 2015
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Potential for Greatness:Former Football Star Shaquor Sandiford is Working at CRC and Helping Youths

Shaquor Sandiford was once one of Chelsea’s brightest football prospects. The former Chelsea Pop Warner star followed through on that potential by becoming an Independent School League (ISL) All-Star quarterback at the Rivers School and a Division 1 college recruit. A two-sport standout at Rivers, the 6-foot-3-inch Sandiford was the captain of the school’s...

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Ambrosino,CPD to Focus in on More Walking Patrols

July 24, 2015
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The Chelsea Police Department (CPD) and City Manager Tom Ambrosino have re-affirmed a commitment to walking patrols by police officers throughout the main streets and “hot spots” in the City, according to comments and recent directives from Ambrosino and Chief Brian Kyes. Those patrols would come on the Impact Patrol assignments and would entail...

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Police Briefs 07-23-2015

July 24, 2015
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FIREARM ARREST ON LYNN STREET EXT. On July 17, at 10:08 p.m. a Chelsea Police officer who was in the area of Central Avenue and Shurtleff on an unrelated call observed two young men walking away from him towards Lynn Street Extension. The officer made observations of one of the two males pull out...

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Obituaries 07-23-2015

July 24, 2015
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Marianne Hanson Former waitress at Nick’s Deli in Revere Marianne (Gallant) Hanson passed away July 18 at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. She was 56 years old. Born in Chelsea, the daughter of the late Joseph and Eleanor (Smith) Gallant, Marianne grew up in Chelsea, attended the Chelsea Public Schools and graduated from...

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First Jewish Nursing Home Wedding

July 22, 2015
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First Jewish Nursing Home Wedding

  The first wedding in Chelsea Jewish Nursing Home’s 96-year history took place on Friday, July 10. Rose Stetson, a 91 year old resident, truly wanted to see her son get married and her son couldn’t imagine his mom not being present. What better place for a wedding than Rose’s home at Chelsea Jewish?...

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Jack Halas Named Head Football Coach at Chelsea High School

July 22, 2015
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Jack Halas Named Head Football Coach at Chelsea High School

Chelsea High School director of athletics Frank DePatto announced this week that Jack Halas has been appointed as the new head coach of the CHS football team. Halas, an assistant football coach at CHS for the past six years, succeeds Michael Stellato as the leader of the Red Devils’ football program that competes in...

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Ambrosino Ready to Take Office, Fire Chief and ISD Leaders Are Top Priorities

July 22, 2015
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Ambrosino Ready to Take Office, Fire Chief and ISD Leaders Are Top Priorities

The Chelsea Record conducted a question and answer interview this week with incoming City Manager Tom Ambrosino to hear his thoughts prior to stepping into his City Hall office. City Manager Ambrosino will begin work on Monday, July 20, as his first official day. Ambrosino said he is aware of many issues in the...

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