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CHS Students to Present ‘Shrek: The Musical’ This Weekend

April 6, 2018
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CHS Students to Present ‘Shrek: The Musical’ This Weekend

When a village of fairytale characters is evicted from their home, they are forced to settle in a swamp to the displeasure of Shrek, the surly ogre that resides there. In exchange for the deed to the swamp, Shrek agrees to rescue Princess Fiona for Lord Farquaad. Along his journey to relinquish his precious...

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Chelsea Police, Cops for Kids with Cancer Assist Local Family

April 6, 2018
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Chelsea Police, Cops for Kids with Cancer Assist Local Family

Cops For Kids With Cancer collaborated with the Chelsea Police Department collaborated to present a donation to a local family during a ceremony at the station. Through a translation by Chelsea Police Officer Sammy Mojica, Sandra Ingles said her family was “very grateful” to the Chelsea Police and the Cops For Kids With Cancer...

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Chelsea’s Dockside Restaurant to Close, Will Reopen as a Mexican Concept

April 6, 2018
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After six years of hosting diners from Chelsea and the surrounding areas, the Dockside location in the Mystic Mall announced this week that it would close as of this Saturday, April 7. Jack Urbaczewski and his daughter, Lisa Urbaczewski McKenna, made the announcement on Wednesday. “I think we are very grateful to have had...

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Photography Contest to Capture Richness of Life in Chelsea, and Fame for Local Artists

April 6, 2018
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Amateur and professional photographers of any age are invited to participate in the Welcome to Chelsea Photo Contest.  The contest is presented by Chelsea Prospers, the City of Chelsea’s initiative for vitality in the downtown, and the Facebook group Chelsea MA Photography Club coordinated by photographer and former City Councillor Matt Frank. The organizers...

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Chief: Chelsea Dispatch Erred in Accident on Mystic/Tobin

April 6, 2018
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The failure of Chelsea Fire apparatus to be dispatched to a serious motor vehicle accident with an ejection on the southbound Mystic/Tobin Bridge Sunday is being blamed on a dispatch error. The accident occurred in the southbound lane on the Tobin further into Charlestown on Sunday, and one of the occupants was ejected from...

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Council President Endorses Pressley,Capuano Touts Fundraising

April 6, 2018
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The U.S. Congressional race has heated up this week as both candidates, incumbent Congressman Michael Capuano and challenger Ayanna Pressley, have touted their fundraising efforts, and one local Chelsea official gives the first endorsement – but for the challenger. City Council President Damali Vidot announced Wednesday that she would be backing and supporting Boston...

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Re-Branding of Wynn Boston Harbor Tower Under ‘Serious Consideration’

April 6, 2018
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The Wynn Boston Harbor tower hasn’t even reached the top floor, and already the name on the top is under serious reconsideration following the exit of the company’s founder Steve Wynn regarding sexual misconduct allegations. Responding to comments from Gov. Charlie Baker and Attorney General Maura Healey, Wynn Boston Harbor president Bob DeSalvio said...

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MGC:Wynn Boston Harbor Proceeding with Project ‘At Risk’

April 6, 2018
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The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) said they would proceed as normal with plans for the Wynn Boston Harbor resort casino, but described the situation as “awkward” and said that Wynn was moving forward with the project “at its own risk” – meaning that losing the Region A gaming license is a possibility. The situation...

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New Early Morning MBTA Bus Routes Started this Week

April 6, 2018
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New, early morning bus routes on several area MBTA lines began on Sunday, April 1, for a one-year early morning pilot program on the routes. The pilot will be on the MBTA’s busiest key bus routes serving neighborhoods within the immediate Boston core traveling to downtown Boston, the Seaport, and key stops in between...

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RMV Announces New Requirements: Lawful Presence and REAL ID

April 6, 2018
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The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles is reminding the public that on March 26, to get or renew any driver’s license, ID card, or learner’s permit, customers will need documentation showing United States citizenship or lawful presence as required by federal and state law. Lawful presence means that a person is legally living in the...

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