Chelsea’s veterans

Throughout the centuries, Chelsea’s men and women have served their country with valor and loyalty. Chelsea sent dozens of men to fight by General George Washington’s side during the Revolutionary War – when Washington garrisoned the Northern wing of the…

Lennie Lopes

One of this city’s true sporting legends died last week. Lennie Lopes, for decades a force in local sporting circles, captain and player on some of this cities best softball teams to ever come down the line, was 88. He…

Arrest Report 06-02-2010

Monday, May 24 Cristian Oquendo Loaiza, 22, 29 Chelsea St., East Boston, was arrested for operation of motor vehicle unlicensed. Nicholas Murphy, 32, 77 Spur Ln., Marston Mills, was arrested for trespassing and possession of Class B drug. Susan Linares,…

Obituaries 06-02-2010

Susie Taylor Worked at Hood Rubber and Cool Ray Susie (Palladino) Taylor, a lifelong resident of Chelsea, died on May 28 at the Courtyard Nursing Care Center in Medford. She was 90 years old. After an active working career which…

CHS Boys Track

Last Thursday the boy’s track and field team traveled to Greater Lowell to defend their league meet championship.  The boy’s dominated the league meet and won by a margin of fifty points.  The Chelsea boy’s finished with 140 points, followed…

Obituaries 05-26-2010

Pasquale ‘Pat’ Logiudice Retired State Parks and Recreation employee, World War II POW Pasquale P. “Pat” Logiudice, a retired State Parks and Recreation employee, passed away at the Halifax Medical Center in Daytono Beach, Florida on May 18. He was…