Monthly Archives: October 2016

Officer Capistran Receives ‘Medal of Valor’ in State House Ceremony

October 1, 2016
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By Seth Daniel In what has become an annual feather in the cap of the Chelsea Police Department, another member of the force received top state honors last Thursday, Sept. 22, in collecting the Medal of Valor in the state’s George Hanna Awards for Bravery. This year, Gov. Charlie Baker presented Officer Joe Capistran...

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Crowds Come out for the 8th Annual ALS & MS Walk for Living

October 1, 2016
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Crowds Come out for the 8th  Annual ALS & MS Walk for Living

By Kate Anslinger Admiral’s Hill was bustling with activity on Sunday morning, Sept. 25, as Massachusetts’ residents came from all over to participate in the 8th annual ALS and MS Walk for Living. The fundraiser supports The Leonard Florence Center for Living, which provides cutting-edge independent living for patients with ALS, offers a supportive...

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Cfd Hosts ‘steve’s Brigade’ in Appreciation Dinner

October 1, 2016
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Cfd Hosts ‘steve’s Brigade’ in Appreciation Dinner

Record Staff Report The Chelsea Fire Department hosted Steve Latulip on September 21 in a special ‘thank you’ to a man who has made it his business to feed local fire departments, despite being slowed down a bit by cerebral palsy. Steve Latulip started “Steve’s Brigade” to say thank you to local firefighters. Latulip...

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Chelsea Police Investigating Stabbing Involving High School Students

October 1, 2016
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Chelsea Police Investigating Stabbing  Involving High School Students

Record Staff Report Chief Brian Kyes reports that the Chelsea Police Department is seeking at least one suspect in an aggravated assault that left two victims with serious stab wounds on Friday, Sept. 23. At approximately 2:25 p.m., a fight broke out in the area of Everett Avenue and Maple Street near the railroad...

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Police Briefs 09-29-2016

October 1, 2016
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By Seth Daniel and Paul Koolloian JUST ANOTHER NIGHTCAP On Monday, Sept. 19, officers responded to El Corral Restaurant at 408 Broadway. The victim stated the suspect entered an establishment and was intoxicated and attempted purchase alcohol. When he was refused and escorted out of the restaurant the suspect pulled a knife and threatened...

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Time to Focus on Creative Solutions By Matt Frank Chelsea City Council

October 1, 2016
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There has been lot of conservation in Chelsea about lack of parking and usable open space for both recreation and sports. A small condensed city is bound to have issues with both of these but long term planning and creative thinking are essential for the future of our city. Of particular note as of...

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Letter to the Editor Save the Chelsea 17!

October 1, 2016
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This is a message to Chelsea residents who believe that affordable housing in our city is a good thing.  If you believe this, then I urge you to vote for the Community Preservation Act (CPA) when you vote on November 8. Currently our housing stock contains approximately 17% affordable units.  This percentage far exceeds...

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Sports 09-29-2016

October 1, 2016
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Bruins Beat by Bob Morello Bruins pre-season continues Monday night’s pre-season opener provided both the Boston coaching and management staff the opportunity to evaluate some of their promising youngsters, during a 3-2 shootout loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets. This pre-season will likely prove to be interesting with the number of possible openings, due...

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Obituaries 09-29-2016

October 1, 2016
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Antonio Romero Dedicated to providing a wonderful future for his family Antonio Romero of Chelsea, formerly of San Miguel, El Salvador, passed away on September 22 after a courageous battle with ALS. Antonio will be remembered as a very hard worker who worked at Sweetheart Papers in Chelsea, and CNC ITT Torques Systems Inc....

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