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Soaring to New Heights:Simon Completes a Sensational Sophomore Season

July 7, 2018
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Soaring to New Heights:Simon Completes a Sensational Sophomore Season

Every time Chelsea High girls track coach Mark Martineau set a goal for Stephanie Simon this season, the 5-foot-4-inch sophomore eclipsed it. “I think Stephanie exceeded our expectations to the point that we don’t know what the expectations should be for Stephanie,” said Martineau, who has piloted the CHS track program’s resurgence and helped...

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CBC Hosts Candidates Forum for District Attorney, U.S. Congress

July 7, 2018
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The Chelsea Black Community (CBC), under the leadership of President Joan Cromwell, hosted a Candidates Forum on June 27 at the Chelsea Senior Center. Four of the five candidates for the Suffolk County District Attorney’s position in the Sept. 4 Democratic Primary– Linda Champion, Rachael Rollins, Shannon McAuliffe, and Evandro Carvalho – participated in...

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Carvalho Sees His Public Service as Setting Strong Foundation for DA Run

July 7, 2018
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Evandro Carvalho believes his campaign for Suffolk County District Attorney is picking up momentum with just under three months to go before the Democratic primary is held on Sept. 4. “It’s an honor to be running, to get to know the various communities in Suffolk County, and I believe we have a great shot...

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Foley Installed as President Of the Rotary Club of Chelsea

June 29, 2018
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Foley Installed as President Of the Rotary Club of Chelsea

Maureen Foley was installed as the 91st president of the Rotary Club of Chelsea at the organization’s Installation of Officers Receptions June 21 at the Homewood Suites Event Center. Foley was on her home turf. She is the director of community relations for Colwen Hotel Management which operates three hotels in Chelsea, with a...

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Ledia Koco Receives the Paul Harris Fellow Award

June 29, 2018
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Rotary President-Elect said that Ledia Koco was a wonderful example of the importance of the Interact Club at Chelsea High School. Koco, 25, was a member and president of the CHS Interact Club during her four years at the school. Interact Club is sponsored by the Chelsea Rotary Club and introduces students to the...

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Chelsea School Official Gerry McCue Honored at Retirement Celebration

June 22, 2018
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Chelsea School Official Gerry McCue Honored at Retirement Celebration

The guests at the retirement celebration for popular Chelsea Public Schools official Gerry McCue gave him a prolonged standing ovation. “I’m not done yet,” McCue politely told the crowd. McCue continued his farewell speech, and when the guests knew he was done, they stood up again and showed their gratitude to a man who...

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Chelsea Black Community Will Host Candidates Forum on Weds., June 27

June 22, 2018
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The Chelsea Black Community (CBC) has become a highly visible and active organization since its inception four years ago under the direction of President Joan Cromwell. The CBC has drawn large crowds to its events and it has assumed a major leadership role in the city’s celebration of Black History Month in February. Now...

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The Top of His Field:Fitness and Nutrition Expert Michael Wood Releases a New Book

June 1, 2018
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Michael Wood was a towering presence in the city of Chelsea, a left-handed fireballer in the Chelsea Little League who attended the Shurtleff School with fellow classmates, Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Jay Ash and Boston College graduate Paula Bradley Batchelor, among other notables. At 6 feet, 5 inches tall, Michael, son of...

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Appreciation:Richard Feinberg

May 18, 2018
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Richard Feinberg, a beloved Chelsea High School teacher and a member of a longtime and well-known Chelsea family, died unexpectedly Monday. He was 70. The son of the late Julius “Moxie” Feinberg and Helen (Bulafkin) Feinberg, Richard, or “Richie” as many knew him, grew up in Chelsea and graduated from Chelsea High School, Class...

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Art Appreciation:Lane Helps Chelsea Village Seniors Use Art as Therapy

May 11, 2018
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Art Appreciation:Lane Helps Chelsea Village Seniors Use Art as Therapy

Lesley University graduate student Natalie Lane wanted the students in her art therapy group to have their artwork appreciated by others, so she organized a show in the community room at Chelsea Village Elderly on the final day of her internship. Residents walked in and admired the artwork of Village residents Irena Lewicki, Elisa...

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