- Latest Cape Ann News
- Monday, July 21, 2014
Officials get close-up look at storm safety
NEWBURYPORT -- Millions of dollars have been earmarked to make the North Shore coast safer from big storms, and officials now have a sense what's in store for Plum Island, the Great Marsh and other locations. State Sens. Bruce Tarr, R-Gloucester, andContinued ...
State bills on opioids face new opposition
BOSTON -- Bills aimed at curbing the Massachusetts opioid epidemic -- in part by making substance abuse services more easily accessible -- are still being ironed out by lawmakers who think they can reconcile the differences within the next two weeks.Continued ...
City's I-4, C-2 movies find family niche
The Raiders of the Lost Ark are headed for Gloucester's waterfront I-4, C-2 property tonight. The 1981 Steve Spielberg film, which stars a then 38-year-old, swashbuckling Harrison Ford, will be showcased free of charge on a big screen at the city-ownContinued ...
- Safety mandate silences Crowell concerts
- Gloucester on the agenda
- Rockport on the agenda
- Essex on the agenda
- Manchester on the agenda
- Honor Roll: Rockport Middle School
- Friends & Neighbors
- Saturday, July 19, 2014
- State grants $100K to step up drug fight
- Gloucester Police/Fire: Veterans Way woman faces multiple charges
- Data behind grant paints drug picture
- Punk and creativity
- Workers look to starve Market Basket