Courtesy photo. During the Gloucester Bully Breed Walk on Sunday.
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State bill aims $3M at city 'gateway'
A long-delayed plan to upgrade and revitalize one of Gloucester's primary gateways is back on the drawing board again after a vote in the state Senate last week. Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr has secured $3 million out of a $13 billion transportaContinued ...
Ragnheiour Elin Arnadottir was very much in the present as she stood on the staircase Saturday afternoon to address the gathering at Innovation House in Magnolia, describing the many commercial and cultural links that bond the United States to her naContinued ...
Wednesday 'Taste' draws 25 vendors
Residents and visitors alike can sample the fare of more than two dozen Cape Ann restaurants, catering services, beverage providers and more for one fixed price Wednesday night - and all of it benefits not one, but two, Cape Ann causes. The occasionContinued ...
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- Saturday, March 15, 2014
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