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October 17, 2019

In this episode:
CHS gets a new mini-bus – Dan Hart, the Town of Chelmsford DPW wants you to submit your best photograph from around town for “The Beauty of Stormwater” Photo Contest, the Lowell Humane Society is very happy after winning the Milltown Plumbing & Heating Helping Hands Contest – Brian Kearney, Sarah McGurk, Crystal Arnott and we show scenes from FallFest as well as the first annual Art on the Brook – Carissa Campbell.

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September 26, 2019

In this episode:
CHS Principal Steve Murray talks about the school’s policies on vaping – Steve Murray, the Friends of the Library’s Book Sale was a great success – Eric Corefield, Valarie Rosen, the beautiful weather made it easy to get out and enjoy the Chelmsford Historical Society’s 18th annual farm fair – Ahnasia McKinney, John Colwell and the 2020 Farmer’s Almanac makes it’s predictions for the winter.

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September 10, 2019

In this episode:
Are your Recycling habits doing more harm than good? We look at other ways to reduce waste – James Belden, a free Tai Chi program is now open to all Town employees and their spouses – Jill Potsaid, it’s Spare Change September, donate your extra cash to the Chelmsford Dog Park and the White Castle USA Luge Slider Search held an official nationwide athlete recruitment tour right at the Chelmsford High School parking lot – Aiden Kelly, Carrie Wetzel, Callista Ferreira, Ansel Haugsjaa.

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August 16, 2019

In this episode:
Preparedness tips for hurricane season and other emergencies with Nancy Burns, Medical Reserve Corps Coordinator. Food borne illness on the rise. Are Chelmsford drivers the worst in Massachusetts? Focus on the Merrimack River with Dan Graovac, Chairman of the Merrimack River Watershed Council and Diana DiZoglio, MA State Senator from Methuen.

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July 26, 2019

In this episode:
Chelmsford is now officially an age friendly community- Debra Siriani, area first responders have a drill to tackle problems on the Merrimack River- Gary Ryan, the opioid epidemic that has long been considered a health crisis is now an environmental threat as well- Amanda Glaser and Chelmsford now has a Community Services Coordinator to connect the residents with resources to meet social service needs- Jen Melanson.

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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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