Chelsea Record

Chelsea Jewish Foundation to Merge with Aviv Centers

The Boards of Directors of the Chelsea Jewish Nursing Home Foundation, Inc. (CJF) and Aviv Centers for Living, Inc. (Aviv) announced Wednesday that the two organizations are combining to serve seniors north of Boston. Together they will become the largest senior living non-profit organization on the North Shore, and CJF will manage the Aviv properties. CJF has been growing with such agreements, announcing a similar merger with Annemark Nursing Home in Revere a few years ago. CJF was founded in Chelsea and operates innovative models of care which include skilled and short-term rehab residences, traditional and specialized assisted living options, independent living residences, educational programs, home care, personal care and hospice agencies serving more than 500 individuals. Aviv is dedicated ...
Chelsea Record

Recognizing the Great Work of the Chelsea Collaborative

The Chelsea Collaborative will host its 26th Annual Holiday Gala tonight (Thursday) at Spinelli’s in East Boston. They will honor the unsung heroes in our community who in their words, “have brought significant accomplishments toward social, environmental, and economic justice for Chelsea.” But while the Collaborative is the awards presenter, it’s also a good time to recognize all the outstanding accomplishments that the Collaborative itself has produced in Chelsea. We know that executive director Gladys Vega an assistant executive director Roseann Bongiovanni traveled to Denver in June and took great pride when City Manager Jay Ash accepted the All-America City Award from the National Civic League. For the leaders of the Collaborative knew in their hearts that their organization had ...
Chelsea Record

Obituaries 12-04-2014

Doris Pelletier Retired bank customer service representative Doris T. Pelletier of Everett, formerly of Chelsea, passed away at the Everett Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on November 28. She was 89 years old. Born in Lawrence, the daughter of the late Elgide and Leonie (Bouchard) Pelletier, her family settled in Chelsea and she lived here for most of her life. She has been residing in Everett since 1975. Doris worked for many years as a customer service representative at Chelsea Savings Bank and later at The Boston Five on Broadway. She was supporter and parishioner of the former Our Lady of the Assumption Parish in Chelsea. She was the dear sister of the late Robert, Wilfred and Jeanette Pelletier and is ...
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Obituary: Hyman Glassman

Glassman, Hyman Age 93, of Delray Beach, FL and formerly of Chelsea, MA, passed away peacefully on Monday, August 11, 2014. Hy served in the U.S. Army during WWII and was a sheet metal worker of Local 17 for over 70 years. He is predeceased by his wife Marion "Minnie" (Robinson) and his son Jeffrey Glassman. He is survived by his loving daughter Karen DeGaeta and her husband Robert of Peabody, MA, 3 grandchildren Andrew Glassman, Jody Glassman and Stacey Amelchenko and her husband Paul all of Florida, and 3 great grandchildren Sydney and Bailey Glassman and Zachary Amelchenko. He also leaves his brother Jack Glassman and wife Norma of FL and a niece and nephew, and extended family Sandy, ...
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Obituary: Stanley J. Zaremba

Zaremba, Stanley J. "Stan" Of Peabody, on August 9th. Beloved husband of 62 years to Marian (Mailsko) Zaremba of Peabody. Devoted father of Donna Zaremba and her husband James Baratz of Boston, Joanne Zaremba of Pleasanton, CA, Patricia Zaremba-Simons and her husband Geoffrey of N. Reading and S.J. Zaremba and his fiance Sarah Mackie of New York City. Dear brother of Chester and Thaddeus Zaremba and the late Vera Barys, Lucille Owocki, Agnes Pretti and Edward Zaremba. Cherished grandfather of Adam and Erik Laine, Victoria Jeffcoat, Joshua Baratz and his wife Maureen McMahon, Benjamin Baratz, Nathan Simons, Marina Simons, and Hazel Zaremba. Adored great grandfather of Addie Jeffcoat and Eden Laine. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Funeral from ...
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Obituary: Louis Bell

BELL, Louis August 3, 2014, Lake Worth, FL at home, 96 years old. Lou had a long and healthy life and retained all of his faculties, husband of Malfalda (Muffy) Dinarello Bell (DeLorenzo), predeceased by his first wife Ellie (Sochin) and his son Eric Bell, survived by his daughter Randee Bell and her two children Eric and Elle Langone, daughter Debby Bell Smith and husband Leo Smith and their children Isis and Michael, and two great grandchildren, Chloe and Felix. Also survived by stepsons Victor, Fredrick and Dr. Charles A. Dinarello and their families. Also survived by brother Mila Bell, predeceased by sister Sally Picard and brother James Bell. Lou was a native of Chelsea, spent most of his life ...
Boston Globe

Obituary: Paul S. Pietkiewicz-nicewicz

Pietkiewicz-Nicewicz, Paul S. Of Chelsea, formerly of Medford, on August 5th. Please see Paul S. Nicewicz Death Notice.
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Obituary: Paul S. Nicewicz

Nicewicz, Paul S. Of Chelsea, formerly of Medford, on August 5th. Loving father of Tanya Quinn of Athol and Paul Nicewicz of Randolph, grandfather of Cecelia and Evelyn Quinn. Beloved son of Victor Pietkiewicz of Dorchester, the late Sophia (Kurpieski) Pietkiewicz and the late Stanley Nicewicz. Dear brother of Daria Poe, Mark Pietkiewicz and Joseph Pietkiewicz all of Medford and David Pietkiewicz of Chelsea. Also lovingly survived by his aunt and godmother Stasia Archis, aunt Helen Pietkiewicz, a nephew and several cousins. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend a memorial gathering held at the Frank A. Welsh & Sons Funeral Home, 718 Broadway CHELSEA on Wednesday from 4-8 PM. A Funeral Mass will be said at St. Raphael ...
Metrodesk

4 Mass. communities named All-American City finalists

On Monday, Chelsea, Dedham, Fitchburg and Somerville were among 25 named 2014 All-American City finalists.
Metrodesk

Manning’s conviction, 35-year sentence upheld

An Army general is upholding Private Chelsea Manning’s conviction and 35-year prison sentence for giving reams of classified U.S. government information to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks.
Your Town

Everett State Sen. DiDomenico going Irish for a day

Everyone's Irish on St. Patrick's Day in Boston. Now an Italian-American state senator from Everett is going green, too. State Sen. Sal N. DiDomenico plans to add an "O" to his name on Friday, March 7, when he'll hold his first-ever St. Patrick's Day party, 6:30 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus in Charlestown.
Your Town

Pioneer Charter School of Science holding open enrollment

Pioneer Charter School of Science (PCSS), a grade 7-12 public charter school, is now holding open enrollment for both PCSS I in Everett and PCSS 2 in Saugus.
Your Town

Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrated with volunteerism

This past Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Seafarer's Friend welcomed it's doors to Pastor Katherine Adams of the Billerica Congregational Church
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Local students earn honors at Malden Catholic High School

Malden Catholic High School, one of New England’s leading college preparatory high schools for young men, has announced that the following local students received honors for distinguished academic performance during the second quarter of the 2013-2014 school year:
Your Town

Mohegan Sun announces deals with seven surrounding communities

The agreements and agreements in principle with Cambridge, Chelsea, Lynn, Malden, Medford, Melrose, and Salem will provide significant economic and community benefits along with local impact payments that total .75 million among the seven municipalities.
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