Manchester Essex Regional Middle School sixth graders walked to Singing Beach and back to school on Wednesday to raise awareness about problems in Haiti. They have raised money to help an orphanage there and sent canned foods. Austin Pare carries Abby Prudden down Beach Street with Haley Wolfe at right.
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Stats: 352 more Cape Anners on the job
While Gloucester's unemployment rate remains significantly above the state average, the state's latest labor statistics also show 352 more Cape Ann workers were holding jobs at the end of this February compared to the same month last year. Of those gContinued ...
Happy hunting for Easter eggs
The Easter Bunny didn't make his rounds until later that night, of course, but dozens of Cape Ann kids got a jump on their Easter candy and prizes Saturday. The occasion was the Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce's 24th annual Easter Egg Hunt, held on theContinued ...
The core of Holy Week began for Christians Thursday night with the marking of Holy or Maundy Thursday and the solemn reverence of Good Friday. Holy Thursday services and other events included the traditional Washing of the Feet ceremony at GloucesterContinued ...
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- Stats: 352 more Cape Anners on the job