Monthly Archives: April 2016

On Broadway Developers Respond to Call for a More Vibrant Downtown

April 14, 2016
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By Seth Daniel At least three major housing proposals for the downtown Chelsea area have come into the City over the last month just as City Manager Tom Ambrosino has proposed to spend millions on the Business District and put out a call for more and better housing above existing businesses. The City’s proposed...

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Police Briefs 04-14-2016

April 14, 2016
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STABBING ON MARLBOROUGH Chelsea Police reported a stabbing at a home on Marlborough Street Saturday morning. Police reported that the situation was a domestic incident between a father and stepson and the victim was taken to the hospital and treated. He was injured in the stabbing, but is expected to recover. STABBING ON CHESTNUT,...

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Letter to the Editor

April 14, 2016
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We are an understaffed Fire Department To the Editor: After looking at the list of Top 100 salaries supplied to me, there is no doubt that the increase in salaries, as it relates to the fire department, resulted from the hiring and oversight of the additional engine company placed in service to accommodate the...

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Housing Authority Proposal Has Worked

April 14, 2016
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The Chelsea Housing Authority has put out Requests for Proposals to have a private developer  partner with the redevelopment of the Central Ave. and Walnut St. housing complexes. Both of these projects were built decades ago – Central Ave. in the 1950’s and Walnut St. in the early 1960’s – when the times, and...

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Sports 04-14-2016

April 14, 2016
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Bruins Beat by Bob Morello Bruins need to make a decision The saying “Silence is golden” does not apply when it comes to the Boston Bruins and their fans. Despite the early and frustrating exit, Boston management has had nothing to say regarding the coaching staff, or player personnel, as we approach press time....

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Obituaries 04-14-2016

April 14, 2016
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Diane Finn Formerly worked at Chelsea City Hall and Logan Airport Diane M. (Fay) Finn of Chelsea passed away Sunday at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston after the cancer she battled for the last five years had suddenly relapsed. She was 64 years old. Born in Toms River, NJ, she grew up in...

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Chamber Installation

April 7, 2016
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Chamber Installation

Newly installed Chelsea Chamber of Commerce president Sergio Jaramillo (right) presents a Chelsea Clock to guest speaker, Robert DeSalvio, president of the Wynn Boston Harbor hotel and casino in Everett at the Installation of Officers Dinner and Reception March 30 at the Hilton Garden Inn, East Boston.

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Everett Avenue Property sold for $43 Million

April 7, 2016
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Everett Avenue Property sold for $43 Million

By Seth Daniel A California developer has purchased the Chelsea Clock building and a collection of scrap yard properties once owned by Billy Thibeault of Wood Waste for $47.7 million. The properties on Everett Avenue, Vale Street, Carter Street, Fourth Street, Fifth Street and Locust Street were previously proposed and approved for 692 units...

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LaSala Lands Allergen-Friendly Bakery in Boston Public Market

April 7, 2016
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LaSala Lands Allergen-Friendly Bakery in Boston Public Market

By Seth Daniel Jennifer LaSala’s donuts have been known to make people whole. But it’s not just her donuts, it’s all of her baked goods, and the budding baker said her specialty allergy-free company – which now has a permanent spot in the Boston Public Market – has brought tears to the eyes of...

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CHS Drama Ready to Perform ‘Dream Girls’ This Weekend

April 7, 2016
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By Seth Daniel The Chelsea High School thespians are preparing to premiere tonight, April 7, their run of ‘Dream Girls,’ the spring musical performance by the school. The play will run from April 7-9 at 7 p.m. each night. Tickets are going fast, Performing Arts Director Alisha Dolan said, as there is limited seating....

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