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December 5, 2018 CTM NewsBreak

In this episode:
The first major project to begin under the Route 129 area Business Amenity Overlay District has a ground breaking ceremony – Lisa Marrone, the Chelmsford Library is hoping to fund a mobile Pop-up Library van – Maggie Marshall, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker wants natural gas work better scrutinized after the Merrimack Valley tragedy and area residents gather at Thanksgiving Forest for a walk through the woods the day before Thanksgiving – Phil Stanway.

 

 

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November 13, 2018 CTM NewsBreak

In this episode:
The Clean River Project removes their trash containment booms from Chelmsford for the season, student run store Lions Locker sells CHS merchandise in the high school, Chelmsford residents gathered at the All Saints Episcopal Church to raise money for the Merrimack Valley Relief Fund – Laura Barry and a piece of Chelmsford’s history has been transformed by a student who sculpted a lion out of a log from the purple beech tree that once towered over the town common – Steve Murray, Ginny Marshall, Felix Huang, Doug Greenfield.

 

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October 26, 2018

In this episode:
Experts address how to deal with bears in Chelmsford – Laura Hajduk-Conlee, Zoo New England starts a new project to find endangered species in Chelmsford – Bryan Windmiller, we discuss Ballot Question 2 and The Chelmsford Dog Association didn’t let rainy weather put a damper on their Howl’ween event – Gina White.

 

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August 28, 2018

In this episode:
Ballot testing ahead of the State Primary Election – Trisha Dzuris, Digital Credit Union officially welcomed to Chelmsford with a ribbon cutting ceremony – Ed Niser, Nashoba Valley Technical High School receives $500,000 in the latest round of Skills Capital Grants and a Chelmsford High School grad opens an award winning new play – Deena Flowers.

 

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September 20, 2018

In this episode:
Family, friends and uniformed personnel gather in Chelmsford to honor those whose lives were lost on 9-11 – Reverend Stephen Burkett, Gary Ryan, Pat Wojtas. Chelmsford residents help out their neighbors on the last day of the Farmers’ Market, the Chelmsford Historical Society hosted its annual Farm Fair, the Parker Middle School undergoes ALICE training and a Parker Middle School student shares her work and her story at the Chelmsford Library – Fiona Huang.

 

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August 15, 2018

In this episode:
State Senator and Congressional candidate Barbara L’Italien in Chelmsford to host her Kitchen Table Conversations tour stop -Barbara L’Italien, Absentee Ballots are now available – Patricia Dzuris, kids read to the animals at the Lowell Humane Society in the Tales for Tails program – Erin Hebert and Chelmsford officials invite all to the 2018 Candlelight Overdose Vigil – Sue Rosa.

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July 12, 2018

In this episode:
Scenes from the Friendship Park Opening Day – Paul Cohen, Mike Barrett, a local watch group issues it’s annual list of unsafe summer toys, we discuss a program designed to improve pool safety and we check in to see what goat yoga is all about – Jana Olenio.

 

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July 6, 2018

In this episode:
MA State Attorney General, Maura Healey, visits Parker Middle School to discuss the opioid epidemic and substance abuse in Massachusetts. Chelmsford Board of Health Educator, Amanda Glaser, talks about opioid abuse in Chelmsford. Plus, we take you to the 2018 Knowledge Bowl and the 2018 Chelmsford Farmers’ Market

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June 13, 2018

In this episode:
Friendship Park playground prepares for it’s opening day, volunteers from around the country come together to build a Chelmsford church – Gideon Lee, Corina Covarrubias, Yajwu Wu, Burben Sullins, Becky Duncan, Raymond Xie. Chelmsford students prepare to defend their trophy in the Knowledge Bowl and we discuss improvements being made at the CHS with Principal Stephen Murray.

 

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June 4, 2018

In this episode:
Scenes from Chelmsford’s Memorial Day observance, we discuss the changes to this years Farmers’ Market – Valerie Finnemeyer, the MBTA makes it easier to do some summertime travel and a local dog trainer gives tips to help your visit to the dog park go smoothly – Dan Vigeant.

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