At right, Plum Cove first-grader Elias diAngelo, along with Ronald McDonald, demonstrates strategies to stop bullying during "Giving Back with Ronald McDonald," an anti-bullying performance, on Thursday. The program emphasized "finding ways to share our talent, time and gifts with the world."
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West Parish kids headed for St. Ann, O’Maley
West Parish students -- most of them, at least -- will be relocated to the now-closed St. Ann School during the two-year, $30 reconstruction of their own school set to begin next year, School Committee members decided in a unanimous vote Wednesday niContinued ...
Displaced by fishing war
Joe Orlando still wakes up in the night, when the wind is whistling, and wonders if he should go down to the Gloucester House and make sure the Padre Pio's lines are secure. There still are days when the longtime Gloucester fisherman, as if lured byContinued ...
Cape Ann TV changes face
Erich Archer can't sleep at night, and not because there's a new baby in the house. The baby, Collin -- Archer's first with wife Tara -- arrived right around the time Archer arrived at Cape Ann TV (CATV) to step into the role of executive director. TContinued ...
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- Essex Elementary bounces snacks during class
- Bill designed to curb big banks
- Schools urged to take part in regional spelling bee
- Police/Fire: Drunk driving suspect had empty nips in purse
- Gloucester District Court: Taxi fare deadbeat ordered to pay up
- Rockport Police/Fire: Medical calls keep crews busy
- Manchester Police/Fire: Hazards reported on Route 128
- Free reiki clinic offered at AGH
- Wednesday, December 11, 2013
- City skills attract surveyors
- Council lets veto stand
- Conomo Point residents sign, protest third year leases
- West Parish kids headed for St. Ann, O’Maley