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West Parish kids headed for St. Ann, O’Maley
West Parish students -- most of them, at least -- will be relocated to the now-closed St. Ann School during the two-year, $30 reconstruction of their own school set to begin next year, School Committee members decided in a unanimous vote Wednesday niContinued ...
Displaced by fishing war
Joe Orlando still wakes up in the night, when the wind is whistling, and wonders if he should go down to the Gloucester House and make sure the Padre Pio's lines are secure. There still are days when the longtime Gloucester fisherman, as if lured byContinued ...
Cape Ann TV changes face
Erich Archer can't sleep at night, and not because there's a new baby in the house. The baby, Collin -- Archer's first with wife Tara -- arrived right around the time Archer arrived at Cape Ann TV (CATV) to step into the role of executive director. TContinued ...
Police: Duo sold heroin as children watched
A ongoing citywide investigation into drug distribution led police to two parents they say sold heroin to undercover officers from their vehicles while their children watched. Peter S. Cagney, 30, and Katherine J. Tomich, 34, each face charges of herContinued ...
Essex Elementary bounces snacks during class
Snack time is over for Essex Elementary School students, following a recommendation by the school nurse to ban snacks in the classroom for birthday parties and celebrations.Continued ...
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Girls Basketball Preview: New look Gloucester excited to get started
The Gloucester girls basketball program is taking on a new look this winter. Not only will the Lady Fishermen have a new look on the court, with several first year varsity players settling into new roles, they also have a new head coach in Tara DriscContinued ...
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Our view: World mourns the passing of a great statesman
Nelson Mandela was one of the towering figures of the 20th century, a man who saw that the way to end one of the most brutally repressive regimes in history was not violence but honest negotiations based on truth and reconciliation. Mandela died lastContinued ...
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Common sense and courtesy keep bicyclists safe on the road
Dear Abby: As the education director of the East Bay Bicycle Coalition, I work hard to encourage safe and courteous cycling for everyday transportation in Northern California. There are a number of points I would like to address to "Caring Reader, SaContinued ...
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