The boys in the Chelsea Rod and Gun Club youth shooting group will tell you that 7-year-old Emma Hedding of Chelsea knows a thing or two about shooting her pint-size bow. “That little girl, she’s a good shot for her age,” said Zack Calhoun, 11, of Stockbridge, another member of the group, which meets at [...]
Chelsea City Council Member Frank Hammer has dusted off an old proposal that could provide a starting point in helping Sylvan Township deal with its debt-ridden water system. Hammer has been a long-time member of the city’s ad hoc committee, which has been in discussions with township officials regarding the township’s water system. He said [...]
Please consider shopping at Polly’s Country Market on Saturday, Nov. 3 and buying a few extra items to support Faith in Action. The Chelsea Area Girl Scouts will host a food drive at Polly’s from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and the youth will be handing out forms with the items needed to replenish the [...]
I am a current Chelsea District Board member and former district parent and alumnus, and I wholeheartedly support Steve Olsen for re-election to the Chelsea School Board. Steve is currently our Board President whose leadership has been invaluable to the board. He is intelligent, open minded, visionary and understands the importance of board governance. A [...]
I have lived in Dexter Township for over 20 years. During that time, I have had several interactions with the Township offices and with Township Supervisor Pat Kelly. I have always found Pat to be someone of the highest integrity. She listens to township citizens and is determined to give each situation the consideration it [...]
Here’s an update on the paving schedule for M-52. All paving is currently on hold, officials said, and is day-to-day because of the weather. Still planned is a detour on southbound M-52 between I-94 and Old US-12 to pave the southbound and left turn lanes on M-52. This was originally scheduled to begin on Monday, [...]
The Chelsea High School volleyball team defeated Stockbridge Tuesday night, Oct. 30, in the team’s first district match-up, 25-9,25-9, 25-8. The team will play Brooklyn Columbia Central on Thursday, Nov. 1 at 5:30 p.m. at Napoleon High School. The team is coached by Laura Cleveland and assistant Mary Jo Hess.
Annarbor.com reported that a large gust of wind caused a driver to lose control of her car and crash into Hope Alive Church on Wilkinson Street this morning. Neither the driver nor the passenger were injured, the story reported. Here’s the full story.
(Publisher’s note: There were two people holding signs. This mistake has been corrected in the story.) The Daniels Showroom demolition began Monday, Oct. 29 about noon. The building, which is part of the Longworth Complex, is owned by the Downtown Development Authority, which tried to find a viable developer to rehabilitate all the buildings, but [...]
The Chelsea Senior Center will host a “Thanksgiving Feast Community Celebration,” on Friday, Nov. 16 at noon at the center. “It’s a time to reflect and to give thanks,” according to information from the senior center that invites you to join other seniors for friendship, a traditional Thanksgiving feast, and musical entertainment. The Senior Center [...]