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Leah Ingram Eagle

The one percent increase will take effect on October 1, 2019. Read more

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Public hearing on sales tax proposal

Leah Ingram Eagle

The public hearing took place following the city council meeting, allowing people the opportunity to voice their opinions on the proposed one cent sales tax Read more

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Residents will have a chance for their voices to be heard, for or against this proposal, at the upcoming city council meeting on July 16, at 6 p.m. at City Hall. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Valerie Barber.

Tony Nivens ‘never rested’ in preserving Chelsea’s history. Read more

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The city of Chelsea is partnering with the Chelsea Business Alliance to implement a "Why Chelsea?" campaign to let people know what Chelsea is all about as a fast-growing city. Read more

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Chris Grace

Leah Ingram Eagle

Chris Grace was approved for Place 3 on the Chelsea City Council tonight. Read more

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After serving on the council for over six years, Ingram vacated his position before an upcoming move out of the city limits. By Leah Ingram Eagle Read more

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Shelby County Commission

Leah Ingram Eagle

The temporary light already in place has helped ease traffic flow at the intersection. Read more

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Chelsea City Council

Leah Ingram Eagle

The overlay district includes about 933 acres in Chelsea that front either highway or are on frontage roads abutting the highways. Read more

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Chelsea Middle School basketball team

Leah Ingram Eagle

The agreement will become effective as soon as it is signed and comes with a 10-year term, with both parties having the option to renew at the end. Read more

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Chelsea Council votes to purchase sewer system

Sydney Cromwell

Chelsea issued a press release with details of its proposed agreement with Southwest Water Company on Friday, Jan. 18. Read more

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Jasmyne Ray

Three Chelsea High School students, Elliot Gage, Katie Nail and Sarah Hyde, were present during the meeting to give their presentation for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Students of the Year competition. Read more

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In addition to the continued popularity of reading, a chance to get out of the house and enjoy a positive social activity is the “driving force” of book clubs, according to Polk. Read more

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Jasmyne Ray

With all council members present, the Chelsea City Council acknowledged, voted on and carried two annexation ordinances at the Dec. 18 meeting. Read more

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Chelsea Christmas Parade

Sam Chandler

The event featured more than 80 floats representing local business, churches, schools and civic groups. Read more

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Owner Scott Kelley and his wife Carly have lived in Chelsea for eight years with their kids Kennedy, 3, and Connor, 7, and said the demand for the store was high because of schools and all the small businesses nearby. Read more

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Photo by Jasmyne Ray

During the Nov. 6 meeting, the Chelsea City Council awarded certificates of recognition to the winners of the first annual fall storefront decoration competition. Read more

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Photo courtesy of St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church

St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church will be hosting its second annual Turkey Trot for Hunger Saturday, Nov. 10, to raise money for the church’s Beans and Rice Pantry. Read more

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The Tennessee native turned Chelsea resident began her yoga journey after her chiropractor suggested yoga as a method she could use to take care of her body. Read more

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Photo courtesy of King’s Home

Those who wish to support the cause can attend the annual fundraiser called Kampfire for the King from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Nov. 17 at the King’s Home campus in Chelsea. Read more

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    Photo by Erin Nelson Starnes Media

    The Chelsea cheerleaders during a game between Carver-Birmingham and Chelsea on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019, at Chelsea High School. Chelsea defeated Carver-Birmingham 32-10. Photo by Erin Nelson

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    The Chelsea student section rallies during a game between Carver-Birmingham and Chelsea on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019, at Chelsea High School. Chelsea defeated Carver-Birmingham 32-10. Photo by Erin Nelson

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    Photo by Erin Nelson Starnes Media

    The Chelsea cheerleaders rally behind the Hornets during a kickoff return during a game between Carver-Birmingham and Chelsea on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019, at Chelsea High School. Chelsea defeated Carver-Birmingham 32-10. Photo by Erin Nelson

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    Photo by Erin Nelson Starnes Media

    Students run with the school flags as the Chelsea Hornets take the field during a game between Carver-Birmingham and Chelsea on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019, at Chelsea High School. Chelsea defeated Carver-Birmingham 32-10. Photo by Erin Nelson

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    Photo by Erin Nelson Starnes Media

    The Chelsea student section rallies during a game between Carver-Birmingham and Chelsea on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019, at Chelsea High School. Chelsea defeated Carver-Birmingham 32-10. Photo by Erin Nelson

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    Photo by Erin Nelson Starnes Media

    The Chelsea marching band performs during halftime of a game between Carver-Birmingham and Chelsea on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019, at Chelsea High School. Chelsea defeated Carver-Birmingham 32-10. Photo by Erin Nelson

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