City looking into 9-1-1 changes

Soon Chelsea residents might be dialing up Revere when they make an emergency 9-1-1 call. City Manager Jay Ash said the City is weighing a plan to regionalize the 9-1-1 dispatch center, combining efforts with Winthrop and Revere. Already, Revere…

Police Briefs 02-17-2011

Monday, February 7 Michael Cataldo, 45, 222 Clark Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for being incapacitated person. Daniel Powers, 23, Homeless, was arrested for operation of motor vehicle unlicensed, improper turn. Marype Dessources, 31, 18 Central Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for…

Senator Brown Comes to Town

Senator Scott Brown’s appearance at the Boys and Girls Club breakfast earlier this week was a big hit. Senator Brown’s comments were carefully listened to by the varied audience of community and business leaders which included City Manager Jay Ash.…

Lady Red Devils Capture CAC Title

It had been 12 long years in the making, but the Chelsea High girls basketball team finally can hoist a championship banner in the CHS gym. Coach Matt LaBranche’s Lady Red Devils clinched an outright Commonwealth Athletic Conference Small Division…

Obituaries 02-17-2011

LeighAnn Zarrella Sony Corp. Executive and animal lover LeighAnn (Thomas) Zarrella in Revere, formerly of Woodcliff Lake, NJ, died on February 4 after a seven year long and valiant battle with breast cancer with dignity, strength, perseverance and an inspiration…

CSBG May Be on the Chopping Block

It’s something that is always threatened under Republican presidential administrations so it came as a surprise to many in Chelsea when President Barack Obama singled out Community Service Block Grants (CSBG) as something to cut in his State of the…