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City,Faith Leaders Sign Accord for Peace,Understanding in Troubled Times

April 7, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Five faith leaders from the three major religions signed a Statement on Religious Unity with City Manager Tom Ambrosino and formed the Chelsea Interfaith Alliance on Monday, April 3, to support one another in an uncertain national climate. Rev. Edgar Duarte of St. Luke’s Episcopal; Loay Assaf, CEO of Al Huda...

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Bicycling Laundry Service Looking to Locate in Chelsea

April 7, 2017
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By Seth Daniel A pedal power industrial laundry business is looking to locate in one of Chelsea’s industrial districts, with the City moving a proposal to the City Council Monday that would altar the zoning for the business. City Manager Tom Ambrosino put in a request to the Council at Monday’s meeting to change...

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Police, Fire Dominate List of Top 100 Highest Paid in 2016

April 7, 2017
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By Seth Daniel More than 75 percent of the Top 100 highest paid City employees in 2016 came from either the Police Department or the Fire Department, with 76 of the highest paid employees coming from public safety. The Top 100 list was released this week by the City for 2016, and once again...

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All-District Concert

March 31, 2017
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All-District Concert

Keiri Sandoval, of the Middle School Advanced Band, on flute, performing “Wyndham March.” The all-district chorus and band concert took place on March 15 at the Williams School gym with hundreds of parents and friends on hand to hear the sounds of emerging Chelsea musicians.

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New Chelsea Police Officers

March 31, 2017
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New Chelsea Police Officers

City Clerk Jeannette White administers the Oath to five new Chelsea Police officers, including two new female officers, during a ceremony at City Hall on Monday night, March 27. The new officers bring the contingent up to 108 on the force, with a goal of 111 on duty.

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Reading is ‘Magic’

March 31, 2017
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Reading is ‘Magic’

By Seth Daniel When Malcolm Mitchell, the impressive rookie wide receiver for the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, was having trouble with reading in school, he came home and complained to his mother about it. The talented athlete continued his rant while his mother put three pots on the stove to a boil....

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Ciao! Pizza and Pasta Owners have Big Plans

March 31, 2017
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By Seth Daniel The owners of Ciao! Pizza and Pastas seemingly just opened their small take-out restaurant, but already they have scored in the top 10 of pizza places nationwide on Yelp online, have had stellar reviews from almost every publication in Greater Boston, and now they are looking to widen their reach. And...

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French Club Project Gets State Funding, Looks Toward Summer Groundbreaking

March 31, 2017
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By Seth Daniel The Neighborhood Developers (TND) hosted state and City leaders on Tuesday morning, March 28, to announce that they had received critical funding to allow the French Club affordable housing project to proceed to a groundbreaking. “It’s an honor for TND to host an event like this,” said Aaron Wasserman of TND,...

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City Manager Looks to Make Recycling Expansion

March 31, 2017
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By Seth Daniel City Manager Tom Ambrosino has submitted a plan to the City Council to potentially expand the recycling program to all of the large apartment buildings and condo complexes in the city, and to the Housing Authority properties as well – an expansion that will mean a serious increase in the trash...

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Science

March 24, 2017
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Science

Waldane Watkins and Tom Thompson show Chemistry teacher (obscured) Sam Wolpert the different reactions they studied for their science project last Thursday, March 16. The annual Chelsea High School (CHS) Science Fair took place in the school gym with scores of projects on display and judges looking over them and choosing the winners.

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