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Businesses eager for summer season
Memorial Day Weekend means the start of the summer tourism and beach season on Cape Ann, and businesses are ready to throw open their doors and pull in customers, despite a stormy winter that wreaked havoc on Rockport's Bearskin Neck, sloshed flood wContinued ...
Kirk fishing 'bridge plan' bypassed key panels
Mayor Carolyn Kirk's "bridge plan" for modernizing and retooling America's oldest fishing port was never presented for comment or criticism to the city's own Fisheries Commission she created to advise her on fisheries issues, or to the Gloucester-baContinued ...
Senate hopeful Gomez hears fishermen's concerns
U.S. Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez Thursday lent a sympathetic ear to the unfolding life crises of Gloucester fishermen, battered and beaten down by federal dictates that have limited landings to half --or in some cases less than a quarter-- of whatContinued ...
Senate OKs Tarr bill to recoup terrorist benefits
BOSTON -- The Massachusetts Senate has adopted a proposal allowing Massachusetts to recoup public benefits given to anyone later convicted of using of a weapon of mass destruction. Gloucester Republican and state Senate Minority Leader Sen. Bruce TarContinued ...
Gloucester District Court: Man gets jail time on assault, battery charge
Brandon Wilcox, a 26-year-old Maplewood Avenue resident, pleaded guilty on a charge of assault and battery, admitting to punching a woman in the face and "shoving" her in an incident that led to his arrest last week. Judge Joseph Jennings ordered WilContinued ...
- Gloucester Police/Fire: Bloodied man taken to AGH
- Rockport Police/Fire: Workers trigger two downtown alarms
- Pit bull heroin suspect indicted
- Pit bull heroin case defendant indicted on cruelty, drug charges
- Fort work on hold for a year
- 'Slime Day' at Plum Cove
- Drunken driving case tossed over fog-light stop
- Changing of the guard in Manchester
- License vote doesn't speed Rockport grocery store
- House OKs bill making 17-year-olds juveniles
- Businesses eager for summer season
Black, Holscher receive NEC Scholar Athlete Awards
Gloucester's Sophie Black and Jacob Holscher were honored last weekend as Gloucester's recipients of the Northeastern Conference Scholar Athlete Awards. Black and Holscher were presented the awards at the NEC Scholar Athlete Banquet last Sunday at PoContinued ...
- ME boys tennis finishes off unbeaten regular season
- Rangers fend off elimination with game four win
- Black, Holscher receive NEC Scholar Athlete Awards
Editorial: DUI dismissal raises troubling public safety questions
There's at least one lucky Gloucester guy and no doubt a few defense lawyers who are celebrating a murky -- or should we say foggy -- court ruling regarding a drunken driving case earlier this week. While we're the first to support the rights of resiContinued ...
- Editorial: Murray’s exit brings needed fresh air
- Letter: Markey has the backs of Mass. voters
- Editorial: DUI dismissal raises troubling public safety questions
Hurricane season approaching, now's time to prepare
Disaster has been in the news this week, with the string of damaging tornadoes in Oklahoma. We used to think of tornadoes as an event that rarely struck here in New England, but after the destruction in Munson in June 2011, and after confirmation thaContinued ...
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