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A Dunkin Mystery in Revere

The city has so many Dunkin Donuts, it's impossible to know which signs ripped down by Monday's tornado belongs to which store.
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Obituary: Helen R. Gerson

GERSON, Helen R. (Waterman) Of Chelsea, July 28, 2014. Dear daughter of the late Louis & Mary Waterman & late sister of Rose Gerrig, Isadore Waterman & Morris Waterman. Beloved wife of the late Bertram Gerson. Loving mother of Benjamin Gerson & his wife Barbara.Cherished grandmother to Michelle & Eric Yanofsky, Jayne Gerson & Elliott Haut, & Jonathan & Bethany Gerson. Proud great grandmother to Arenal, Andrew, Barri, Fletcher & Samuel. Relatives & friends are kindly invited to attend a Funeral Service on Sunday, August 3, 2014 at 1:30 pm at Torf Funeral Chapel, 151 Washington Ave. (Cary Sq,) Chelsea. Burial in Liberty Progressive Cemetery, 232 Fuller St., Everett. Memorial observances will be held at the home of Barbara & ...
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Chelsea Moves to Close Strip Club

Murders, bombings, lawsuits and a little sleight-of-hand in a casino deal are hallmarks of the King Arthur Lounge's 37 years in business.
Boston Globe

Chelsea Moves to Shut Down Infamous Strip Club

Murders, bombings, lawsuits and a little sleight-of-hand in a casino deal are hallmarks of the King Arthur Lounge's 37 years in business.
Boston Globe

Obituary: Mitchell Zukoff

ZUKOFF, Mitchell 74, of Chelsea, formerly of Newton and Roxbury died on July 25, 2014. Beloved son of the late Edward and Frances (Moller) Zukoff. He was the devoted father of Stephen Zukoff of Waltham. Former husband of Dorothy Zukoff of Watertown. Loving brother of Martin Zukoff and his wife Ella of Wilmington, DE and the late Thelma (Zukoff) Goldstein. Cherished cousin of Shirley and Joe Lappen, Bernard Moller and Thelma and Oscar Ellison. Dear uncle of Dr. Paul Zukoff , Ed Zukoff, Gail Marella and Gregg Goldstein and the late Glenn Goldstein as well as numerous friends. A Funeral will be held on Tuesday, July 29th at 10:00am at Stanetsky Memorial Chapel, 1668 Beacon St., BROOKLINE. Interment will follow ...
Chelsea Record

Bubble Fun

Five-year-old Madison Tame stretched her arms out wide to try and catch as many bubbles as she could during the annual Bosson Park Block Party last Saturday, July 19. More than 300 people attended the party, sponsored by The Neighborhood Developers and the Chelsea Police.
Chelsea Record

New Principal Ready to Take the Reins at CHS

Since being chosen as the new Chelsea High School (CHS) Principal last March, Priti Johari has been serving on an interim basis and learning the ropes. This month she has taken those ropes and turned them into reins and is ready to drive the City’s high school further down the right path. In a surprise move during spring vacation last year, long-time Principal Joe Mullaney announced that he was going to step down from his position for personal reasons – mostly to spend more time with his family. That left a vacancy that Superintendent Mary Bourque quickly filled with the up-and-coming administrator Priti Johari, who has only been at CHS for a short time, but has shown a great deal ...
Chelsea Record

Quigley Park to Get Major Facelift

City officials are winding down the planning process on Quigley Park and will unveil the plans officially tonight, July 24, at a public meeting in City Hall. While Quigley Park isn’t the oldest park in the City, it is one of the most heavily used neighborhood parks in all of Chelsea. City Planner Ryan Lundergan said that is one reason the City chose to compete for a state matching grant to improve the park. Long story short, the City won a 0,000 grant from the state’s Our Community’s Backyards program and will throw in another ,000 to make the budget a quarter of a million dollars for the park. “The state’s goal is to build a new park or renovate ...
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
Your Town

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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