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Program Impacting Homeless Chelmsford Residents Gets $250,000 from State
Last week, the Commonwealth announced $1.7 million in state funding to help place over 300 homeless individuals throughout the state, with some of that money going to directly help the homeless in Chelmsford.
Dracut schools run $240G transit deficit
School transportation costs are running a deficit of $240,000 more than was budgeted for in fiscal 2013-2014, Superintendent of Schools Steven Stone said.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Dog Standoff Resolved, Licenses Discussed, Input Heard on Billerica Housing Development
Town Clerk Onorina Maloney began the meeting with an update on upcoming dog license requirements for residents as well as an update on the upcoming town election and town census.
Most of Chelmsford's Legislators Opposed To Replacing Gas Tax With 'Pay Per Mile' Fees
Recently a hearing was held for legislation proposed on Beacon Hill to replace the gas tax with a "pay by the mile" vehicle tax that would be studied in a pilot program.
Sun Dec 15, 2013
Heartwarming Meals Served By Chelmsford Students at Nashoba Tech
Class costs $25. 4. In Case You Missed Ita Chelmsford Nashoba Tech students served a home cooked meal to homeless Lowell Area veterans on Thanksgiving.
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Home for Christmas
And yet he still has vivid memories of his childhood Christmases in Chelmsford -- ones so vivid that he decided to release them in an illustrated memoir called "A Child's Christmas in New England."
18 Chelmsford High students selected for music ensembles
Chelmsford High School boasts 18 students among the approximately 450 selected from public and private schools across northeastern Massachusetts who auditioned for the 2014 Northeast Senior District Music Ensembles.
MCC criminal-justice students gather data on distracted driving for Bedford police
It's not the best idea to read this article while driving. Just ask the criminal-justice students at Middlesex Community College.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
Region braces for wind-driven blast of white
Get your holiday shopping done early today because that white stuff is expected to blanket Greater Lowell later in the day and throughout the night, shutting down the region and bringing a "recovery day" tomorrow.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Van Liew Sends Out New Mailer: What's Your Take?
Roland Van Liew sent out another mailing to Chelmsford residents recently, and today we want to get your thoughts.
Chelmsford Expected to Get a Few Inches This Weekend
A winter storm watch will be in effect from Saturday afternoon through Sunday morning.
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Chelmsford tries to nail down
Chelmsford has begun planning for fiscal 2015, which includes a proposed school budget increase of $1.5 million and more than $3 million in capital requests, including $1.2 million for a new fire-ladder truck.
Jenkins named head pro at Mt. Pleasant Golf Club in Lowell
He has been the head pro at Exeter Country Club in New Hampshire for the last several years.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Mileage tax plan has some pols braking
Local legislators have given mixed but predominantly negative reviews to a proposal to charge fees per mile a person drives as a way to bring in enough revenue to pay for infrastructure and transportation at a time when money collected from the gas tax has fallen.
Chelmsford Audio Theatre's Halloween Radio Show. http://youtu.be/gwa3G2OCVyE This unique, "old tyme" radio play was presented at the Chelmsford Center for the Arts on October 27, just in time for last Halloween.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Grinder Pump Committee Begins Its Work
A study committee created to look at the issue of grinder pumps in town took its first steps toward a recommendation for the Selectmen and Town Meeting voters on Wednesday evening.
The CCA Gift Shop is Open
2. Down at the Chelmsford Foruma Middlesex Community College takes on Suffolk University on Saturday at 9 p.m. Admission is free! 4. The CCA Gift Shop Is Open on Thursdaya .
Chelmsford Community Band Performing at the Elks Club This Weekend
Join the Chelmsford Women of Today at the First Parish Unitarian Church on Saturday at 9 a.m. to meet Santa, get some breakfast, check out some crafts and more! Kettlebell Workshop You can burn 34 calories an hour with kettlebells and Skill of Strength can show you how! They've got a workshop on Saturday at 10 a.m. Fine Art Gift Shop at the CCA ... (more)