Archive for May, 2018

2018 Senior Prom

May 25, 2018
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2018 Senior Prom

Alisha Mojica and Rafael Otero show off their best prom attire at the Chelsea High prom in the Cambridge Hyatt Regency on Saturday,May 19. The Class of 2018 was ready to dance the night away.
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Garden Cemetery a Treasure for Remembering Civil War Service Members

May 25, 2018
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Garden Cemetery a Treasure for Remembering Civil War Service Members

When Nadine Mironchuk began to learn the history of the Garden Cemetery and the Civil War veterans buried there, she said it unlocked a responsibility within her to remember those there even when the rest of the city had forgotten them completely. And she was as guilty as anyone else at one time, she...
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School Shuffle:Several Key Members of the CPS Make Moves

May 25, 2018
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The Chelsea Public Schools are making some big moves at the end of this school year, with the biggest news being Chelsea High Principal Priti Johari moving to the Central Office from CHS to an assistant superintendent position. Her departure from CHS follows the departure of Assistant Principal Ron Schmidt – who now will...
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Parenting Journey Announces Chelsea Resident Board Member

May 25, 2018
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Parenting Journey announced this week that five new members will join its eight-member board of directors, including Chelsea’s Kate Guedj, vice president and chief philanthropy officer at The Boston Foundation. The new members include Bithiah Carter, president and CEO, New England Blacks in Philanthropy; Guedj, vice president and chief philanthropy officer, The Boston Foundation;...
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Memorial Day Parade, Exercises to Take Place on Monday Morning

May 25, 2018
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The 7th Girl Scout Memorial Day Parade will take place on Monday, May 28, at 8:15 a.m. on Broadway, to be followed up with the traditional Memorial Day Exercises on City Hall lawn. The Chelsea Girl Scouts have coordinated the Parade for several years, and it has only gotten bigger every year, with quite...
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TND to Announce New Director at Annual Meeting

May 25, 2018
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The Neighborhood Developers (TND) will announce its new director on May 31 just as it honors its outgoing, long-time Director Ann Houston. Trey Greer of TND told the Record that the big announcement for their new director will come during their 40th Anniversary Annual Meeting at the Homewood Suites in Chelsea on May 31....
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Hallmark Health is Now MelroseWakefield Healthcare

May 25, 2018
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Hallmark Health System, a regional leader in providing community healthcare in north suburban Boston, has changed its name to MelroseWakefield Healthcare. “It has been a time of important growth and positive momentum for our organization,” said Bobbi Carbone, MD, MBA, interim president and CEO of MelroseWakefield Healthcare. “Healthcare is changing and so are we. ...
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Last Week to Enter Photography Contest to Capture Richness of Life in Chelsea

May 25, 2018
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Amateur and professional photographers of any age are invited to participate in the Welcome to Chelsea Photo Contest, with this being the last week to enter submissions. 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...
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News Briefs

May 25, 2018
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YOUTH COMMISSION APPLICATIONS SOUGHT The City of Chelsea is accepting applications for its Youth Commission. Members of the Youth Commission will advise and assist the City Council, the School Committee, and the City Manager in the development of policies, programs, and delivery of services for the health and welfare of Chelsea’s youth and their...
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Chelsea Police Participating in Life Saving Click It or Ticket Campaign

May 25, 2018
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The Chelsea Police Department will be teaming up with Massachusetts State Police and more than 133 local police departments state-wide to crack-down on motorists who are not buckling up. Chief Brian A. Kyes confirmed Chelsea Police will be taking part in the national Click It Or Ticket (CIOT) seat belt enforcement mobilization which is federally funded...
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