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$22 million answer: The false Holocaust tale
The Holocaust survival story of the Belgium-born Misha Defonseca, published by Gloucester's Jane Daniel, seemed almost too incredible to be true. And, as it turned out, it was. But there were so many hints of potential credibility, including interestContinued ...
Tierney, senators press for fishing aid
Members of the state's congressional delegation have joined Massachusetts officials in urging NOAA to expedite the disbursement of the direct financial assistance to commercial fishermen that is part of the federal fishery disaster aid package. In aContinued ...
Essex eyes challenge to flood maps
ESSEX -- For some residents, it may come as a surprise that their homes are now considered within a flood risk area, according to recently updated maps drawn up by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. And owning a home in a place at risk of floodContinued ...
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Mixed Doubles Action
Mixed doubles tandems went head-to-head this weekend at Bass Rocks Golf Course for the annual Jerry Blitz Memorial Mixed Doubles Tournament. Several local teams, playing in man-woman tandems, squared off in the two-day tournament at Bass Rocks, whichContinued ...
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Editorial: Mayor should let new lease oversight ordinance stand
Last year, when Gloucester's City Council passed a new ordinance requiring council input regarding any lease agreement covering more than a year, Mayor Carolyn Kirk vetoed the measure, and the council reluctantly let the veto stand. In the aftermathContinued ...
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Leaping into life leads to best days
We had a little visitor at our house who had just learned to swim. "Want to see me swim?" he asked, excitedly, adjusting a mask to cover his eyes and nose. Splashing down two steps at the shallow end of the pool, he was eager to demonstrate his newlyContinued ...
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