Ten residents have filed applications to fill the vacant Chelsea City Council seat that opened up when Rick Catherman moved out of town. They are Erin Brayton, Jennifer Kwas, Marcia White, Veralynn Klink, Gregory Janz, … Read more
As summer begins its downhill slide toward fall, I remain positive that better days are ahead for everyone. Along those lines, the last five months have been a very long, non-stop stretch for me. Since … Read more
By Crystal Hayduk The Chelsea School District Board of Education heard an in-depth update about what school will look like this fall at their virtual meeting on Aug. 10. The 2020-21 preparedness and response and … Read more
In a unanimous vote of the Chelsea City Council Wednesday night, the planned community listening session was moved to Sept. 3 at 6 p.m. When last night’s second listening session date was chosen, it was … Read more
Anyone interested in information from Chelsea District Schools about the upcoming school year can find out more from this site.
By Lisa Carolin The season for melons is upon us and won’t last long. Come and get your cantaloupe and watermelon at this Saturday’s Chelsea Farmers Market. Fruit lovers will also find cherries and blueberries. … Read more
The Washtenaw County Road Commission will hold a virtual meeting to discuss the culvert replacement project planned for Old US-12 in Sylvan Township on Wednesday, Aug. 26 at 10 a.m. The Road Commission will share … Read more
On Monday, the governor issued Executive Orders 2020-168 and 2020-169, extending existing safety measures, including 2 hours a week of reserved shopping time for vulnerable populations, to protect consumers and employees at grocery stores and pharmacies. Executive … Read more