Month: February 2014

Job Fair Brings Hope, Excitement

With the groundbreaking of the new Holiday Inn on Beech Street just months away, contractors began looking for workers – and due to an agreement between the City and the developers – the search started in Chelsea. A job fair…

Man, 33 Murdered on Sunday Morning

A man stabbed to death in Chelsea on Sunday his been identified as 33-year-old Francisco Dominguez, Chief Brian Kyes confirmed on Monday. At about 1 a.m. on Sunday morning, Chelsea Police responded to the area of 115 Washington Ave. at…

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THE RACE FOR STATE¬† REPRESENTATIVE Chelsea residents will go to the polls on March 4 to select whom will represent them in the Massachusetts House of Representatives. Chelsea has been very fortunate to have excellent representation in the Legislature through…

CHS Sports Roundup

Red Devils await tourney seeding, foe The Chelsea High boys basketball team concluded its season Friday, dropping a 66-62 decision to Greater Lowell, for whom the victory clinched an outright title of the Large Division of the Commonwealth Athletic Conference.…

Obituaries 02-20-2014

Josephine Blago Longtime St. Stanislaus School¬†Fifth Grade Teacher Josephine (Czyzon) Blago of Maine, a former longtime Chelsea resident, passed away at the Southern Maine Medical Center on February 16 following a brief illness. She was 95 years old. Born and…

Campaign Kick-off Event

State Rep. Candidate Todd Taylor, who is running as a Republican in the District 16 race and lives on Nichols Street, held a campaign kick-off event last Tuesday, Feb. 4, at the Casa Lucia in Revere. Taylor spoke about his…

Monahan Getting the Word out

As the temperatures have dove into the teens over the past weeks, Chelsea’s Josh Monahan has found himself at home in the cold. That’s because he’s been tirelessly pounding the pavement, beating back the cold weather, to get his message…