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Robert DeSalvio Speaks at JGBC Breakfast Series

November 17, 2018
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Robert DeSalvio Speaks at JGBC Breakfast Series

Robert DeSalvio, president of Encore Boston Harbor, was the guest speaker at the Jordan Boys and Girls Breakfast Series at the clubhouse on Willow Street. DeSalvio presented an update on the $2.6 billion 5-star-hotel and casino that will open in Everett in June, 2019. The project is the single largest, private single-phase development in...
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Comedy Legend Steve Sweeney to Host Movie Showing on Nov. 7

October 26, 2018
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Steve Sweeney is a certified, top-shelf legend on the Boston comedy scene, who has been entertaining audiences for decades. Whether it’s his joke-telling, dead-on impersonations, or his side-splitting exaggeration of the famed Boston accent, Sweeney will leave you rolling in the aisles at one of his comedy shows. The towering, 6-foot-4-inch actor and comedian...
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Suffolk Success Story:University Renames Residence Hall in Honor of Michael and Larry Smith

October 24, 2018
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Suffolk Success Story:University Renames Residence Hall in Honor of Michael and Larry Smith

Suffolk University renamed its oldest and largest residence hall in honor of two of its most esteemed graduates, Michael and Larry Smith, during a ceremony Friday at the hall located at 150 Tremont St. across from Boston Common. Shawn A. Newton, associate dean of students, served as master of ceremonies for the program. “I’m...
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Chelsea Supporters Showed Resolve for Pressley from Day One

September 14, 2018
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Chelsea Supporters Showed Resolve for Pressley from Day One

Boston City Councillor Ayanna Pressley enjoyed tremendous support in Chelsea from a wide array of residents and City officials in the Seventh Congressional District race. Pressley recorded one of the biggest upsets in Massachusetts political history when she defeated Congressman Mike Capuano in the Democratic Primary on Sept. 3, and nowhere did she find...
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Chelsea Unveils John Bruttaniti Memorial Bridge in Ceremony

September 8, 2018
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Chelsea Unveils John Bruttaniti Memorial Bridge in Ceremony

The City of Chelsea dedicated the Washington Avenue bridge at Heard Street in memory of Chelsea Police officer John Bruttaniti during an unveiling ceremony on Wednesday, Aug. 29. Councillor-at-Large Leo Robinson served as master of ceremonies for the program during which City Manager Tom Ambrosino and Council President Damali Vidot and other dignitaries paid...
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Karas Marino, Robinson Begin Plans for Chick Corea Concert

September 8, 2018
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Minna Karas Marino helped coordinate the Chelsea High School Class of 1959’s terrific 59th reunion in May at the Homewood Suites Hotel. The well-known Chelsea resident received much praise from her appreciative classmates, including Class President Robert Tiro. Councillor-at-Large Leo Robinson has been a community organizer and leader of Chelsea events that have helped...
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New School Leader:Lex Mathews Begins as CHS Principal

September 3, 2018
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New School Leader:Lex Mathews Begins as CHS Principal

Alexander “Lex” Mathews was seen enthusiastically welcoming Chelsea High School students on their first day of school this week. That personable approach is an indicator of the accessible manner he will bring to his new position of principal. Mathews, 49, also brings elite academic credentials to the principal’s office, having graduated from prestigious prep...
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Rasi Chau Named CHS New Head Football Coach

August 17, 2018
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Rasi Chau Named CHS New Head Football Coach

Rasi Chau has been a championship coach at various points in his career. He was an assistant coach for the 2005 Super Bowl champion St. Mary’s High School football team, and most recently, for the Women’s Football Alliance national champion Boston Renegades. Chelsea High School Director of Athletics Amanda Alpert was a player on...
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Domelowicz Named Hamilton Town Manager

August 17, 2018
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Joseph Domelowicz Jr., former Chelsea resident, who has served as grants administrator and assistant Winthrop town manager for the past six years, will be leaving his position to become the new Hamilton (Mass.) town manager. Domelowicz, 50, was selected for the position by the Hamilton Board of Selectmen from a field of 40 candidates....
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The Trucks Stop Here:Chelsea Food Truck Festival Scheduled for Aug 14-16

August 11, 2018
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The Trucks Stop Here:Chelsea Food Truck Festival Scheduled for Aug 14-16

What better way to introduce the new ordinance allowing food trucks in the city than with a Chelsea Food Truck Festival? That’s the path that City Solicitor Cheryl Watson Fisher and City Hall summer intern Katherine Cabral are taking with the city’s first food truck festival that will be held on Aug. 14-16 (Tuesday...
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