Allegra Boverman/Gloucester Daily Times. Kaiden McKeney, right, a kindergartener at Essex Elementary School, and his cousin Charlie Hultgren, a first grader from Lynn, work together at the monoprint table presented by Helen Tory, a printmaker from Essex who also works at the Essex Art Center in Lawrence, during the fourth annual Messy Art Night at the school on Friday evening. The Essex Elementary School PTO sponsored the event, which featured about 14 local artists and staffs of Art Haven, Cogswell Grant and the Essex Shipbuilding Museum.
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Shareholders back deal for Rockport National Bank
ROCKPORT -- Rockport National Bank shareholders agreed by an overwhelming margin Tuesday to approve the acquisition of the longtime locally-based bank by the Newburyport-based Institution for Savings. And the merger may be completed earlier than antContinued ...
Basket customers taking a hit
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Standoff seen as 'ultimate Greek tragedy'
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