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- Friday, July 18, 2014
The Chamber's auction block
A photo safari trip to Africa, original works by a slew of Cape Ann artists, vacation packages and much more will be on the auction block tonight when the Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual auction fundraiser at the Essex Room within the WContinued ...
Campaign Notebook: GOP House candidates dig in on issues
The two Cape Ann Republicans vying to challenge Rep. Ann-Margaret Ferrante, D-Gloucester, dug in their heels on different issues this week, with Mike Boucher of Rockport challenging Ferrante and other state Democrats on the state's new fiscal 2015 buContinued ...
Victims' families decry lawmakers' parole bill
Families of several victims of teenage killers are decrying Beacon Hill lawmakers for watering down parole guidelines for juveniles convicted of first-degree murder. "We feel totally let down by the Legislature," said Jen Boisvert, whose cousin, AmyContinued ...
- Mideast violence brings early end to teens' trip
- Towns' police: Teen found after brief 'missing person' search
- State urges NOAA to expedite fishing aid
- Thursday, July 17, 2014
- Arson suspect held without bail in Beverly fires
- Gloucester Police/Fire: Man nabbed on fugitive warrant
- Scientific storytelling
- Cape Ann Savings taking in Granite Savings in merger
- Block Party hosts a birthday party
- City's beach revenues show early jump
- Tool Co. coastal license talks spark questions
- Towns' police/fire: Danvers man charged on Essex warrant
- Seawall off Dock Square to remain public domain