Rebecca Jacques and her attorney Kathryn Cox stand before a judge in Gloucester District Court on Friday. . March 1,2013
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New NOAA assessment sees more grim cod numbers
The health of the Gulf of Maine cod stock worsened in 2013 in virtually every indicator, according to the preliminary results of an unscheduled NOAA stock assessment that the federal fisheries regulator said "presents a grim picture for the potentialContinued ...
Market impact affecting food pantries
The Market Basket protests outside the company's headquarters and stores like Gloucester's, combined with the stores' often-empty shelves, are steering a vast majority of the grocery chain's regular customers elsewhere. But not all are -- or can affoContinued ...
Duo's rap video aims to turn up Market Basket heat
The public's anger and frustration with Market Basket leadership continues to become more vocal. Employees and customers of the supermarket chain are voicing their support for the return of ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas, protesting outside stores andContinued ...
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