From left to right are Sharon Ivey, Kristen Lark, Mary DiAngelis, all of Gloucester, Lisa Casavant of Andover and Deb Sullivan of Dracut were demonstrating in front of Gloucester District Court and the police station on Tuesday before and during a hearing for John "Jack" Dugan, who stands accused of gutting his pet pitbull, Xena.
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Bowling against hunger
Students at Manchester's Memorial Elementary School took a hands-on approach to fighting hunger last week, with guests dining on soup from the students' hand-crafted bowls as part of a drive to raise money to fight the problem both locally and globalContinued ...
Martial arts teacher still held in grisly beating case
SALEM -- The mixed martial arts instructor charged with repeatedly beating his Gloucester girlfriend so severely she has been left disfigured will remain in custody until a hearing later this month to determine whether he still poses a danger if releContinued ...
City man killed in Maine snowmobile crash
NEW PORTLAND, Maine -- Police say a Gloucester man was killed when he tried to cross a Maine road on his snowmobile and was hit by a pickup truck. The Somerset County Sheriff's Department said the accident happened around 6:15 p.m. Friday as 57-year-Continued ...
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- Saturday, March 8, 2014
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