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MVES Hosts Free Virtual Health Events Mystic Valley Elder Services (MVES) will present two FREE virtual workshop series in January and February 2023. “Healthy Eating for Successful Living” will be held on Tuesdays, January 31 to February 28 from 10…

Council To Take Up CPC Recommendations

The City Council will consider approving funding for four proposals through the Community Preservation Act at its next meeting on Monday, Feb. 6. At Monday night’s meeting, the council moved four recommendations from the Community Preservation Committee (CPC) to a…

Tom Birmingham

Chelsea lost one of its greatest-ever citizens this past week with the passing of Tom Birmingham, a lifelong resident who rose to the highest-echelons of state government when he served as President of the Massachusetts Senate from 1996-2002. Tom Birmingham…

The Maura Healey Era Has Begun!

Governor Maura Healey wasted little time since her inauguration a few weeks ago in setting the pace for what we’re sure will be an active — and activist — administration with her announcement last week that she will be filing…

CHS Roundup

Girls Track Edged by Revere, 44-41 The Chelsea High girls indoor track and field team came oh-so-close to knocking off Greater Boston League opponent Revere last Wednesday, but fell short by the slim margin of 44-41. Five Lady Red Devils…

Obituaries 01-26-2023

Dolores Logiudice February 4, 1928 – January 24, 2023 Dolores Logiudice passed on January 24 after a brief illness at the Kaplan Hospice in Danvers. She was one week shy of her 94th birthday. Dolores grew up in East Boston…

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Agencies Announce New Round of High School Financial Education Fair Funding The State Treasurer’s Office of Economic Empowerment (OEE), in partnership with the Massachusetts Division of Banks (DOB) and the Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation (OCABR), announced additional funding…