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Chelsea Excel School in Good Hands

September 22, 2011
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Chelsea Excel School in Good Hands

On Second Street, in the unlikeliest of settings, the Chelsea Excel Charter Academy has opened for business – that is – the business of education for 56 fifth grade Chelsea kids lucky enough to have been chosen to attend the school which, frankly, is a grand experiment. There were more than 100 applicants for...

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Police Asking for Publics Help in Dog Attack

September 22, 2011
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Police Asking for Publics Help in Dog Attack

The Chelsea Police Department is asking for the publics help in identifying the two young men who lost control of a pit bull that attacked a two-year old child Tuesday on Grove Street. The victim, a 2 ½ year old girl was in front of her home with her mother when the unprovoked attack...

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Open Mic

September 22, 2011
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Open Mic

Professional comedian Larry Lee Lewis (right) will host a monthly open Microphone Comedy night starting on thursday, sept. 29 at 8:30 p.m. at the Brown jug, 1014 revere Beach Parkway in the home Depot Plaza between McDonald’s and CVs. Lewis is pictured with Brown jug owner Michael Matrinko outside the popular restaurant. There is...

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Most Chelsea Liquor Stores Pass ASAP Test

September 22, 2011
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Most liquor stores passed the test in an undercover sting involving young people from Chelsea ASAP and detectives from the Chelsea Police Department. Only one of 13 establishments targeted by the sting sold alcohol to an underage young person working undercover. That establishment, the Chelsea Liqour Mart at 182 Broadway, will likely be summonsed...

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Ward 1 Contest Heats Up

September 22, 2011
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Ward 1 Contest Heats Up

Paul Murphy and a supporter share comments in front of Dunkin Donuts in Prattville last Saturday.

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Eastern Minerals Dock Hosts Ship Delivering Huge Turbine Blades

September 22, 2011
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Eastern Minerals Dock Hosts Ship Delivering Huge Turbine Blades

The ocean going transport Lady Claudia pulled into the dock at Eastern Minerals on the Chelsea waterfront earlier this week. But there was no salt aboard. Instead, the ship was loaded with huge wind turbine propellers made in China and transported by boat across the seas to Chelsea where they were being off-loaded for...

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Ruth Jarmak, Chelsea Resident and Mother of Former Record Photographer Dies at 93

September 22, 2011
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Ruth Jarmak, Chelsea Resident and Mother of Former Record Photographer Dies at 93

During the last year of her life, Ruth Jarmak lived on Pembroke Street with her son, Arnie. At 93, it was time for her to join her son and together, they enjoyed one of the great years of their lives. Arnie moved to Chelsea in 1977. He worked for the Chelsea Record until 1991....

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Twenty Years and Counting

September 22, 2011
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On September 12, 1991, the city of Chelsea collapsed under the weight of social, moral, and economic bankruptcy. After decades of falling into the ground, its population fleeing to the suburbs, its housing stock tired and old, its politics hopelessly out of control, the city went broke. The city, which had its greatest moments...

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Tortilla Factory Gets Approval to Open

September 22, 2011
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The controversial Cinco de Mayo tortilla factory has finally found a home in Chelsea, scoring approval Tuesday night from the Zoning Board to locate within a building at the northern end of Crescent Avenue. The proposal was first unveiled this spring for a location on the Chelsea Waterfront, but it was vigorously opposed by...

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New Congressional Maps Could Result in Changes Locally

September 22, 2011
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Drawing the new Congressional redistricting map has not been an easy process for State Rep. Michael Moran (D-Allston), and many times he said he has grown dizzy from the multitudes of numbers and scenarios thrown at him during the discussion. There is no manual for the process. There is no way to make everyone...

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