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Councilors get earful over city dog laws
Judith Goldman, a canine behavioral consultant and Gloucester resident, made the case for giving dogs the chance to get proper exercise without being leashed. "We know that dogs need to socialize with people and other dogs," said Goldman, suggestingContinued ...
State affirms new boundaries for city's DPA
In a move fully expected, the director of the state Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs on Wednesday formally approved the redrawing of the Designated Port Area boundaries for the city's inner harbor. Director Bruce K. Carlisle's decContinued ...
Pride Stride steps off Sunday for 27th time
One of Gloucester and Cape Ann's best-known nonprofit fundraisers will step off this weekend, with more participating groups already on board than in the recent past. Slated for Sunday with a noon start and a 10 a.m. registration time at Stage Fort PContinued ...
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- Council gets an earful on dog ordinance changes
- Councilors get earful over city dog laws
Local Sports Schedule
(all events start at 4 p.m. unless otherwise noted) THURSDAY, APRIL 24 Baseball: Gloucester at Revere (3:30 p.m.), Rockport at Hamilton-Wenham (10 a.m.), Manchester Essex vs. Newburyport (10 a.m.) Softball: Gloucester vs. Revere (11 a.m.) Boys' LacroContinued ...
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Letter: Words don't change poor decision
To the editor: "As long as I am mayor, I will tell you, I will tell you what I told you. Then I will tell you again." -- Carolyn Kirk, in Mayor's Desk column, the Times, Saturday, April 19. Without having their input, I believe many city voters prefeContinued ...
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Tunes on the Town
THURSDAY, April 24 SingerSongwriterShuffle, 7 to 10 p.m., Giuseppe's Ristorante and Piano Bar, corner of Main and Washington streets, Gloucester. Patrick Nelson, David Simmons, Alexandra Valenti, Carmelo Jrizo, Kenny Selcer, Glenn French, Lynne TayloContinued ...
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