Category: News

Pollo Campero hit by runaway auto

Pollo Campero, the Park Square chicken king, had an unwanted visitor that roughed up the place last Sunday. At about 3:45 a.m., Marvin Villenueva, 23, a Chelsea resident, was driving into Park Square when he lost control of his automobile,…

Chelsea High Sports Roundup

Football With a streak of lopsided wins to open the year, the 2009 season has been a breeze for the Chelsea High varsity football team. Head coach Stellato warned his team that their games would not always be as easy…

Galluccio’s mess

We like State Senator Anthony Galluccio. Since becoming senator, he has served this city as if it were his own – and he and his office are always ready to do the right thing for Chelsea. We respect Senator Galluccio…

Obituaries – 10/6/09

Phyllis Falzarano Former Proprietor of Rita’s Flowers Phyllis A. (Hines) Falzarano of Salem, NH, formerly of Chelsea, died on October 1 at the Parkland Medical Center of Derry, NH. She was 67 years old. Mrs. Falzarano has lived in Salem,…

Talking trash

Who in their right mind but City Manager Jay Ash could make a proposal to turn the city’s trash removal practices upside down and then host a talk about it with more than 100 people from throughout the city attending?…

Youth Sports Roundup

The first two weeks of the season did not go the way the Chelsea Pride Gladiator Division team planned, but the Pride unloaded the frustration of the back-to-back losses on an unfortunate Salem team on Sunday. Chelsea was superb on…

Tobin Bridge road repairs completed ahead of schedule

For those of us that use the Tobin Bridge on a regular basis, the 15 months of months of construction and traffic seemed like an eternity. However, the roadwork is over and the lower level of the bridge had been…

The Chelsea Housing Authority an example of excellence

It used to be, and it was not so long ago, when the Chelsea Housing Authority was riddled with ineptness and incompetence and saturated by the worst kind of political influence and nepotism. Not so today, and not so for…