Please enjoy this photo gallery from Burrill Strong below.
(Chelsea Update would like to thank Greg Uihlein for the information in this story.) Howard Hanna raises money each year to support the “Children’s Free Care Fund” at a local hospital. This year it’s Mott’s Children’s Hospital. Last year, the company raised and donated $26,000. The Chelsea office’s agents built this house as their Chelsea […]
By Tim Bristle This month’s Best of Chelsea brings us to the Clocktower and the Advanced Dental Group owned by Dr. Steve Rodriguez. Steve has been working in the dental field since 2002 and started off in Redford. He now has seven locations. He and his wife, Amy, wanted to raise their kids in Chelsea, so they settled […]
Sounds and Sights on Thursday Nights has concluded for another year and I hope that you will take a moment to thank the sponsors that brought you these wonderful free summer events. “This season of Sounds and Sights has been a huge success, and we can already see the positive impact it has had on […]
The regular meeting of the Chelsea Planning Commission on Tuesday, Aug. 18 has been cancelled.
Lane Animal Hospital participated in National Check the Chip Day on Aug. 15.
Who would like to supply my ride for the fair parade this year? The Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce is looking for two convertibles with drivers for the Chelsea Fair Parade on Aug. 29. It’s customary that the winners of the Small and Large Business Leadership Awards and the Citizen of the Year and Lifetime […]
When the Chelsea City Council meets tonight, Aug. 17 at 7 p.m. in the new Municipal Building, the elected officials will discuss nine items that include a discussion of four upcoming work sessions. The City Council plans to have work sessions on economic development, transportation and safety, the lease or sale of the Park Street […]
(Chelsea Update would like to thank Patty Roberts for the information in this story and Burrill Strong for the photos.) The Chelsea District Library’s Summer Reading/Summer Learning Program came to a close on Wednesday, July 29, and it was a hot and sunny success. Volunteers from the library’s Youth Service Group, Chelsea FIRST Robotics and […]
(Publisher’s note: Aug. 22 will be Mama Mo’s last Saturday at the farmers market, and Mill Pond Bread is not for sale, rather the property it sits on.) By Lisa Carolin Mama Mofoods has become a staple of the Chelsea Farmers Markets, but not for much longer. After 11 years of successfully selling a variety […]