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May 2, 2018

In this episode:
First responders conduct training exercises at the Parker Middle School – James Spinney, Dan Goguen. Friends and neighbors volunteer to help plant trees at Sunny Meadow Farm on Earth Day – Jamie Dergay. The Chelmsford Board of Health welcomes all to join them for walks on the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail, a local group is advocating for the purchase of electric busses.

 

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April 20, 2018

In this episode:
CHS a cappella group The Thursdays makes an appearance on WGBH, Chelmsford Girl Scout Troop 63112 creates a Town Tour of historical sites – Sarah Evans, Megan Dunn, Kara deMoulpied, Household Hazardous Waste Day is coming up, the Department of Public Works will be holding a food drive during the Town Meeting and Candidate Lori Trahan focuses on women’s issues – Lori Trahan.

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March 29, 2018

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In this episode:
The Chelmsford March For Our Lives organizers look to the future – Zoe Adoniou, Isabelle Cole, Rufus Gifford. A local journalist offers help to students looking to write their college essays – Joyce Pellino Crane. Phase 2-A of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail is about to open and a reminder about the Town Wide Clean Up.

 

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March 21, 2018

In this episode:
Chelmsford activists prepare for the March For Our Lives, an additional free brush drop off is now available for winter storm debris, the upcoming LunaFest will help raise funds for Chelmsford’s Budget Buddies – Katie Stoll, Katie Neville, the Friends of the Library are holding a special Spring Book sale and the Chelmsford Library welcomes a former teen librarian return as a published author – Jen Petro-Roy.

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February 23, 2018

In this episode:
Chelmsford police urge residents to update CODERED information and issue a warning about sharing information on social media, there is a public input meeting about the design of the new Friendship Park playground – Callista & Aurora Ferreira, Denille Ruth. A new Chelmsford Choice program offers saving from National Grid prices and there are new rules governing vaping at CHS.

 

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February 7, 2018 CTM NewsBreak

In this episode:
Chelmsford police urge residents to update CODERED information and issue a warning about sharing information on social media, there is a public input meeting about the design of the new Friendship Park playground – Callista & Aurora Ferreira, Denille Ruth. A new Chelmsford Choice program offers saving from National Grid prices and there are new rules governing vaping at CHS.

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CTM NewsBreak 056

January 3, 2018

In this episode:
Help for high heating bills – Mary McKenney. Charging your electric vehicle will cost you more, be prepared for Flu Season and The Primrose School is now open – Anna O’Brien, Nicole St. John.

 

 

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December 15, 2017

In this episode:
We show scenes from this years Holiday Prelude and Tree Lighting, discuss Christmas tree safety tips, give details on the Tow Drunk to Drive Program and cheer on generous Chelmsford residents who made the Fill a Cruiser event a success for Toys for Tots – Sgt. Stephen Fredericks.

 

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November 29, 2017

In this episode:
Holiday shopping warning as purses snatched from shopping carts in area stores, clothing recycling bags helps to reduce textile waste, a new toy safety report says that smart toys may not be a smart choice for your family – Joel Tickner, and you can help design the new Friendship Park playground – Bill Askenburg.

 

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November 20, 2017

In this episode:
Scenes from the Pumpkin Armada at Hart Pond – Joanne Stanway,
Table of Plenty approaches serving it’s 30 thousandth meal – Maureen McKeon, Jerry Serra. We stop by the Chelmsford Winter Farmers’ Market – Jan Wentworth and Chelmsford police get scruffy for No Shave November – Jason Poor.

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