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The Chelmsford Housing Authority development team working on the Great Elms affordable housing project recently updated selectmen on its progress.
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A committee tasked with studying the potential of having the town pick up costs for maintaining or replacing specialized grinder sewer pumps has now formed.
Tis the season to be merry and brighten up a local seniors' holiday through the Be a Santa to a Senior program! Home Instead Senior Care serving Chelmsford and the surrounding area is kicking off this year's program with multiple area Christmas trees, located at: To be a Santa to an area senior , stop by any of the locations listed below to select ... (more)
Axis Communications , the market leader in network video surveillance, hosted its first School Security Solutions Symposium to discuss planning and technology trends in school security at the Axis Experience Center in Chelmsford, Mass.
The possible sale of naming rights for the new turf athletic fields at the high school and McCarthy Middle School will be decided this month by the School Committee.
The following is Part One of a transcript of the Dec. 2, 2013 Board of Selectmen meeting .
Acton Ford in Actona is looking for an entry level automotive technician. You'll need ASE certification and a minimum of one year experience as a technician or recent completion of automotive tech or trade school.
Thanksgiving is over, but this Thanksgiving Weekend we're taking a look at a home at the entrance to Chelmsford's own Thanksgiving Forest.
Police Chief Robert DeMoura will stay on as chief for three months longer than he planned as the city seeks his replacement, Mayor Lisa Wong said.
Central Baptist Church, 9 Academy St., will presnt a live Nativity on the church lawn at 5:45 p.m. Sunday, after Chelmsford's tree lighting ceremony.
The lights have been strung, the hot chocolate is warming -- well, maybe not yet -- and spirits are ready to be bright in Chelmsford Center come Sunday evening.
A Somerville waste disposal company must pay $90,000 as a result of a two-year investigation by the state attorney general's office into wage law violations.