Hello! I’m Stanley, a 4-year-old male. Gentle and playful, I love lounging in windowsills. If you are interested in adopting me, I am at Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter on Four Paws Lane in Gloucester (CapeAnnAnimalAid.com). I have lived in a home with children, other cats and dogs and love them all. If I sound like a cat that can fit into your life, heart and home, please stop by and visit me. My photo doesn’t do me justice; I just looked in the mirror and I can’t believe that’s me!
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Market Basket battle seen lifting local farms
As produce vanishes from Market Basket aisles and is not restocked -- and as customers stress supplies at rival market chains like Gloucester's Shaw's and Stop & Shop -- farm stands and farmers markets throughout Market Basket's 71-store coverage areContinued ...
Basket customers taking a hit
The work stoppages, rallying and protests by Market Basket employees are still hitting home at the supermarket in Gloucester Crossing -- and hitting some more than others. The protesting by employees spilled into a second day Tuesday.While their numbContinued ...
Standoff seen as 'ultimate Greek tragedy'
Widespread mini protests and boycotts continued outside Market Basket stores Tuesday, but the company board of directors remains mum in a standoff that could carry on for some time, and the next move is anyone's guess. Employees and protesters tell aContinued ...
- Windows on Gloucester
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- Council OKs St. Ann's lease loan
- Wednesday, July 23, 2014
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- Shareholders back deal for Rockport National Bank
- City health chiefs back continuing fluoride use
- Market Basket battle seen lifting local farms