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July 11, 2019

In this episode:
The Chelmsford Parade Committee is looking for volunteers after another great 4th of July – John Osborne, middle school kids helped out at the Senior Center and had some intergenerational fun – Kendra Czercki, Margot Betton, state funding of $150,000 could be coming for three different initiatives in Chelmsford and the CHSAA held it’s 5th Annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser – George Simonian.

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June 20, 2019

In this episode:
The booms put in place by Rocky Morrison and the Clean River Project are doing their jobs and helping to make the Merrimack River cleaner – Rocky Morrison, June is officially declared LGBTQ Pride Month in Chelmsford – Charlie Smith, the Chelmsford Art Society prepares for the 4th of July Art Show – Roberta Witts and Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey filed a lawsuit against an e-cigarette and vaping company for allegedly marketing to minors – Maura Healey.

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May 23, 2019

In this episode:
The Chelmsford Historical Society presents this year’s Guardian Award to the Chelmsford Center for the Arts – Sue Gates, the Chelmsford Summer Farmers’ Market is gearing up for another season – Valerie Finnemeyer, we discuss how the bite of the lone star tick can cause an allergic reaction to red meat – Beth Carrison, Jennifer Platt and Chelmsford is looking to become a more age friendly town – Debra Siriani.

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May 7, 2019

In this episode:
The huge 120-year-old purple beech tree that once towered over the town common is gone, but 2 clones of the original tree will now live on – Phil Stanway, the Chelmsford Board of Health welcomes all to join in as they walk on the Bruce Freeman Trail, Congresswoman Lori Trahan unveils new legislation to support the cleanup of the Merrimack River – Lori Trahan and Chelmsford parents and officials speak out about a new proposal that would ban organized tackle football through the seventh grade – Joel Machado, Jamie Campo, Julie Acevedo, Candice Fontaine.

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April 11, 2019

In this episode:
Health Educator Amanda Glaser and Chelmsford Police Chief Jim Spinney tell us what efforts are being done to address the opioid problem in Chelmsford, the Chelmsford Rotary Club teamed up with CHS students to fight hunger, The Shack, by Friendship Park, had a ribbon cutting – Emily Lawrance and Rain Barrels are once again offered at a discount price.

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March 28, 2019

In this episode:
You may be entitled to a free, lifetime pass to visit National Parks, a Community Shredding Day is scheduled for May, the Chelmsford Dog Association will be having the first presentation in what they hope will be a continuing series of educational speakers – Will Wagner and fans in Chelmsford have a new team to cheer for…a rugby team! Dr. Jeff Parks, Patrick O’Neil, Luke Harrison.

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March 8, 2019

In this episode:
Deaths from opioid-related overdoses declined in 2018 for the second consecutive year, CHS student a cappella groups celebrate success as they prepare for the upcoming ACA-POCALYPSE, Chelmsford High School welcomes international teaching fellows – Natalia Bold, Abbas Hamarash, State Rep. James Arciero honors Chelmsford Veteran’s Agent Regina Jackson at a luncheon and we check out the Lions Club Peace Poster contest – Mohammad Al-Tuwaiti, Anita Adler, Steve Cioletti & Ron Hubbard.

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February 22, 2019

In this episode:
We speak to the CHS students who have spent a lot of time researching the benefits of a later start time for schools – Ayush Chaudhary, Devianna Smith, Kelly Hanna and Carlos Bejar-Garccia. Chelmsford High School has a new football coach, MassDOT encourages you to report any potholes so crews can repair them and Winterfest encouraged all to get out and socialize with a variety of great activities – Virginia McIlwain.

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January 22, 2019

In this episode:
The Town of Chelmsford and the Merrimack Valley Small Business Center are offering a limited-time only small business grant program – Franky Descoteaux, Seniors in Chelmsford may be eligible to claim a refundable credit on state income tax returns – Debra Siriani, there are new regulations on short-term rentals through businesses such as Airbnb or HomeAway and local folk artist John Ferullo pens a book loosely set in Chelmsford.

 

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January 9, 2019

In this episode:
2019 marks some major changes in the state’s minimum wage, as well as tobacco and e-cigarette sales to minors, Nomination Papers are now available, you can now text 911 in an emergency, the Annual Rabies and Microchipping clinic is coming up and Nashoba Valley Technical School is now accepting applications and visited the Parker Middle School – Jonathan Nardi-Williams.

 

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