Manchester Essex Regional Middle School sixth-graders Kendall Hersey, left, and Will Russo play on the beach after they and schoolmates walked to Singing Beach to raise awareness about Haiti's problems and before heading back to school on Wednesday. The class has raised $3,000 to help an orphanage there and sent canned foods.
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Remembering Charlie Ilges
Less than 24 hours after his death, friends and relatives of a local homeless man gathered Tuesday to create a makeshift memorial to him at the site where his body was found off Maplewood Avenue. Gloucester police were called to a small lot between tContinued ...
'Lego Movie' featured in free outdoor film series tonight
From the series opener "The Wizard of Oz," to Monday night's weather-rescheduled showing of E.T., The Extra Terrestrial," the city of Gloucester's free outdoor movie series has proven to be one of this summer's entertainment hits, offering family-friContinued ...
A grand reopening
After a 10-month, $3.5 million renovation project, and four days after a gala benefit showcasing the "new" facility, the Cape Ann Museum reopened its doors to the public Tuesday, and residents and visitors alike welcomed the new look with open arms.Continued ...
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