School-choice outflow in budget shows need for changes
In her summary that outlines aspects of her fiscal 2014 budget proposal, Mayor Carolyn Kirk notes that she is recommending that the City Council allocate an additional $1 million, or roughly 3 percent, for the city school system. And while some may sContinued ...
Editorial: Downtown district deserves cultural nod
A group from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, including innovative Executive Director Anita Walker, is slated to visit Gloucester Thursday, starting at City Hall and then touring much of the city's downtown before a meeting at Fred Bodin's GalleryContinued ...
Editorial: Ex-AG's report, hardly independent, needs further review
Leaders of Gloucester Fishing Community Preservation Fund may have thought that commissioning an internal "investigation" by former state Attorney General L. Scott Harshbarger would be seen as a clearing, independent probe into what had been a growinContinued ...
- School-choice outflow in budget shows need for changes