Jodi Swenson of Gloucester, a state and federally permitted wildlife rehabilitator, releases this barred owl into the Manchester Woods at dusk on Wednesday. Her daughter rescued it from School Street in Manchester on Tuesday and Swenson was caring for it. On Wednesday, she had it checked out by a local veterinarian who gave it a clean bill of health before she released it.
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Veteran of World II, Korea recalls war's losses
Francis Bruni is among the few remaining World War II veterans who escaped unharmed from a sinking destroyer damaged by a kamikaze pilot during the Battle of Okinawa on June 10, 1945, some two months before the end of the war. "I didn't even get my fContinued ...
Cape Ann's Memorial Day — 2013
When it comes to service to one's country, all veterans stand in one circle. In the case of Cape Ann's Memorial Day services Monday morning, there will be a blending of all sorts of ceremonies, with a special Gloucester focus this Monday holiday onContinued ...
City, town road funds await governor's OK
BOSTON -- Gloucester is targeted to receive more than $1 million in so-called Chapter 90 funding for local road improvements, paving and repair projects -- and Cape Ann is in line to receive more than $1.7 milion overall -- but much of the summer repContinued ...
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