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- Monday, April 14, 2014
Pet of the Week
Duke is a silly little fellow. With his tattered ears and three legs he is a favorite amongst Cape Ann Animal Aid volunteers. He has been waiting his whole life to meet you! Duke, rescued from a hoarding situation, is a 6 years young miniature pinschContinued ...
Gloucester on the agenda
Municipal meetings that are open to the public and scheduled this week in the city of Gloucester. Submitted by the city of Gloucester's Committee on Citizen Participation and Public Information: Today City Council's Ordinance and Administration subcoContinued ...
Manchester on the agenda
MANCHESTER -- Municipal meetings that are open to the public and scheduled for this week in the town of Manchester: Today Planning Board, 7 p.m., Town Hall, Room 7. Manchester Energy Efficiency Committee, 7 p.m., Town Hall, Room 4. Wednesday Board ofContinued ...
- MBTA janitors cry foul over potential job cuts
- Saturday, April 12, 2014
- ONLINE EXTRA: Full text of GOP challengers' statements from "Campaign Notebook."
- Councilors eye new input rules on leases
- Gloucester District Court: Boston woman gets jail time on check charge
- Bridging cultural gaps at GHS
- State DOT targets $30M for pothole aid
- Campaign Notebook: GOP challengers dive into issues
- Local blast victim sees gas leak bill through
- Talk of the Times: Gloucester Stage reels in four Boston theater 'IRNEs'
- Students share honors spotlight at Shalin Liu
- Town Talk: Nashville spirit headed for Manchester
- Police chief, lieutenant address AGH seniors' group