Donna Barrett, second from left in front, president and CEO of Community Newspaper Holdings Inc., parent company of the Gloucester Daily Times, Cape Ann magazine, and gloucestertimes.com, paid a visit Monday to greet the Times' staff and present the company's national Magazine of the Year and Designer of the Year awards to Cape Ann editor and Times' features editor Andrea Holbrook, holding the magazine trophy. With them are most of the staff at the Gloucester Daily Times from editorial, advertising, circulation and reception.
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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 ...
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 ...
City health chiefs back continuing fluoride use
Gloucester's public health leaders support the continued addition of fluoride to the city's drinking water, but a local anti-fluoridation group is trying to have the mineral removed. The debate surfaced earlier in Rockport, where voters at an upcominContinued ...
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