Author: Record Staff

The recycling failure

It makes sense that a city afflicted with a chronic and undifferentiated trash issue cannot come to terms with recycling. Chelsea is that place, big time. The city’s recycling rate is 5%,  an astounding 75% below the state average. In…

Police Blotter 12-16-2010

December 5 Michelle Guerrero, 37, 230 Central Ave., Apt. #5, Chelsea, was arrested for breaking and entering in the nighttime, evading taxi fare & malicious destruction of property of $250 or more. Lorraine Matos, 36, 32 Chestnut St., Lynn, was…

Obituaries 12-16-2010

Leonora ‘Lennie’ Indrisano Winthrop resident Leonora A. “Lennie” (Repucci) Indrisano of Winthrop died at the Lighthouse Nursing Home in Revere on Friday, December 10 after a long illness. She was 87 years old. Born in Boston, the daughter of the…

FBI coming to Chelsea

Chelsea chosen as New England headquarters The FBI has chosen Chelsea to be the site of its New England headquarters, winning out over Boston for the agency’s plans to expand its operations. The announcement was made last week by City Manager…

ACS Development

In a way, the FBI coming to Chelsea will be ACS Development’s mother of all developments. It isn’t every year or even every decade that Chelsea’s largest and most successful real estate developer gets the go ahead for a 250,000…

The FBI comes to Chelsea

In the old days right before receivership, it was always very bad news to a great number of people in this city, including elected public officials, city hall types and local bookmakers that the FBI is coming. That was then.…