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Cape Ann looks to beat bugs
With nearly every municipality on Cape Ann deciding not to enroll in the Northeast Massachusetts Mosquito Control and Wetlands Management District and the first day of Summer tomorrow, officials are looking for other ways to monitor and manage mosquitoes.Continued ...
Senior: Security cams needed at Rose Baker
With the drop of an eyelash or two, one woman is urging the city to step up security at the Rose Baker Senior Center, despite the immediate area's reputation as a "safe from crime" zone. Council on Aging board member Lee Harty is pushing to have outdContinued ...
Weed whackers whirl at rotary
A quietly fought war has come to end, and the winners may be the drivers who travel around Grant Circle. In a sure sign of the ceasefire, dozens of members of the Cape Ann Garden Clubs gathered at the rotary, the conflict's ground zero, Tuesday, armeContinued ...
ME students support Haiti
Although the separation of church and sate is a firm principle; one led to the other's success as sixth graders at the Manchester Essex Middle High School marched through Manchester in supporting awareness for Haiti yesterday.Continued ...
Local woman, 67, killed in crash
A 67-year-old Gloucester woman was killed Tuesday afternoon in a single-car crash that remains under investigation. Elizabeth Lafata was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. The vehicle she was a passenger in "veered" off Interstate 395 in OContinued ...
- Lobster-loving pair of menaccused of stealing shellfish
- Gloucester Police/Fire: Man arrested on warrant
- Rockport Police/Fire: Resident’s keys, locked in car, retrieved
- Essex Police/Fire: Second woman falls for phone scam
- Manchester Police/Fire: Haverhill man arrested after car chase
- Young athletes want old metal
- Senate proposes changes in welfare
- Biggest farmers market yet kicks off season tomorrow
- Schooner challenge benefits ship stablization
- Court denies appeal in Rockport weapons case
- Cape Ann looks to beat bugs
Team Gloucester has success at Mt. Washington
Maybe the purple beads did it, or perhaps the banner in the Team Gloucester tent bearing Peter Watson's image. The inspiration was there, but so were miles and miles of preparation and motivation. Whatever it took the women of Team Gloucester had it,Continued ...
- Police at Patriots tight end's home for 2nd day
- A title, and legacies, on the line for Heat, Spurs
- Team Gloucester has success at Mt. Washington
Bulger trial sets light on secret world
The trial of James "Whitey" Bulger is finally under way, unearthing all sorts of sordid details about this murderous criminal's life. Over the next few weeks we will be deluged with stories of the ugly inner workings of Boston's organized crime ringsContinued ...
- Letter: Flying Rainbow flag has done Gloucester proud
- Letter: The science of sound fishing, according to Pew
- Bulger trial sets light on secret world
Have dessert for dinner
In the billowing arms of a sweetened omelet, local strawberries leave shortcake for Escoffier. A little lighter, a little more epicurean than strawberry shortcake, a dessert omelet filled with strawberries is as delicious as it is angelically light.Continued ...
- Dinner Challenge Part 2
- Chomp on these chilis and chicken
- Have dessert for dinner
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