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Public Mural

October 21, 2016
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Public Mural

Graffiti artist,Caleb Neelon, known as SONIK, has painted unique and colorful murals all around the world, and now has put a stamp on the Tobin Bridge in Chelsea too. He is seen here painting the new Tobin Art Wall last weekend.

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Vietnam War Commemoration Ceremony

October 21, 2016
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Vietnam War Commemoration Ceremony

Cary Clark salutes the American flag during Sunday’s 50th Anniversary Vietnam War Commemoration ceremony in Malone Park. The event placed a wreath where a plaque will soon be placed to permanently honor the War veterans. The Chelsea Soldiers’ Home and the State Department of Veterans Services sponsored the commemoration.

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CHS Football

October 21, 2016
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CHS Football

Junior David Bui (7) looks up to the American flag during the National Anthem, praying for a victory. His prayers were answered, as Chelsea defeated Minuteman by a score of 34-8 – the first win of the season.

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Councillor Garcia Chosen for Diplomatic Mission to Taiwan

October 21, 2016
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Councillor Garcia Chosen for Diplomatic Mission to Taiwan

By Seth Daniel Taiwan was not on her mind. Then Councillor Judith Garcia got a phone call from the U.S. State Department, and now she has about a week to prepare to represent the State of Massachusetts on an official U.S. diplomatic mission to Taiwan. “I literally got the phone call out of the...

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Bike Path Considered Under Tobin

October 21, 2016
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By Seth Daniel As economic development caters more towards residential developments throughout Greater Boston, inexplicably access to Boston via bicycle has become a strong selling point for many communities like Everett, Cambridge and Somerville. Touting bike paths that connect to the North Shore and to Downtown Boston, those communities have lured new residents by...

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Council Votes in Resolution to Call for Study of Airport Effects on Chelsea

October 21, 2016
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By Seth Daniel In a unanimously-voted resolution put forth by Councillor Roy Avellaneda on Monday night, the Chelsea City Council called on the city manager and elected officials to put pressure on MassPort to remedy the airport noise and increasing flights over the city that will come with the new Terminal E project that...

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Jack and Mary Frangiamone Celebrate their 71st Wedding Anniversary

October 14, 2016
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Jack and Mary Frangiamone Celebrate their 71st Wedding Anniversary

Longtime Chelsea residents Jack Frangiamone and Mary Frangiamone (front row) celebrated their 71st wedding anniversary at a party hosted by their family at DeMaino’s Restaurant. The guests of honor are pictured with members of their proud family (back row, from left) Donna Frangiamone Katzman, Nora Katzman, Katie Katzman, Elliot Katzman, Diane Frangiamone Butera, Michelle...

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Rylee Sostre Takes a Break from Fighting Cancer to Fight Fires

October 14, 2016
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Rylee Sostre Takes a Break from Fighting Cancer to Fight Fires

By Seth Daniel Third grader Rylee Sostre has been busy since January fighting a potent form of brain cancer, but last Thursday, Oct. 6, he turned his attention to fighting fires with the Chelsea Fire Department (CFD). Around 1 p.m. on Thursday, one day after receiving chemotherapy at the hospital, a bright, shining Engine...

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No to Question 4:State Superintendents Association Comes Out Against Marijuana Question

October 14, 2016
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By Seth Daniel The Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (MASS), under the leadership of Chelsea Supt. Mary Bourque, has come out against the Question 4 statewide ballot initiative that would legalize marijuana for recreational use. Bourque told the Record that MASS has issued a position statement that if firmly against the question, saying that...

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Second Thought:Murder Verdict in Tenant’s Slaying of Chelsea Woman,88

October 14, 2016
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A jury this morning convicted a Chelsea man of the 2013 murder of 88-year-old Hilda Devincenzo after the first jury was not able to get a conviction. A Suffolk Superior Court jury found Felix Melendez, 38, guilty of first-degree murder in the killing of his landlady, Devincenzo.  During his sentencing Friday morning, Oct. 7,...

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