Local residents recently attended the "Express Yourself: Pulse" art show opening reception at Endicott College for the Beverly-based arts and education Express Yourself program. The exhibit features the artwork of more than 400 youth collectively created for and presented on stage at the Citi Performing Arts Center-Wang Theater throughout the year. Artists and youth collaborated to create large scale set pieces. Gloucester resident and Express Yourself supporter Kate Stavis (center) joins Robin Milbury (left) of Peabody, and Linda Ashley of Hamilton at the opening reception. Courtesy photo
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City man killed in Maine snowmobiling accident
NEW PORTLAND, Maine -- Police here say a Gloucester man was killed Friday night when he tried to cross a Maine road on his snowmobile and was hit by a pickup truck. The Somerset County Sheriff's Department says the accident happened around 6:15 p.m.Continued ...
Townhouses pegged for Mansfield site
Nearly 21/2 years after a fire destroyed two aging buildings at the corner of Washington and Mansfield streets, the owner has gotten the green light from the city to build six new townhouses over the combined site in an estimated $1.3 million projectContinued ...
"Peter Pan" played to his peers Friday and drew rave reviews. The musical presented by the fifth-grade class at East Gloucester School, which performed the two-act production last Sunday and Monday night, enthralled the actors' fellow students yesterContinued ...
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