PHOTO SLIDESHOW: INSIDE FULLER SCHOOL
Photos, courtesy of City Councilor Bruce Tobey, show the conditions within several classrooms and other areas of the former Fuller School building, which school leaders and some city officials say is no longer fit for use as educational space. See councilor Tobey's "My View" column on Fuller in the Opinion section of today's Times and gloucestertimes.com.
Editorial: Mayor should let new lease oversight ordinance stand
Last year, when Gloucester's City Council passed a new ordinance requiring council input regarding any lease agreement covering more than a year, Mayor Carolyn Kirk vetoed the measure, and the council reluctantly let the veto stand. In the aftermathContinued ...
Editorial: Staying vigilant on court needs
On the one hand, it's encouraging to hear Harry Spence, administrator with the Massachusetts Trial Court, affirm, as he wrote in an email to the Times, that "the Trial Court has no plans to close the Gloucester District Court." Yet state lawmakers BrContinued ...
Fishtown Local: Floating away with a poster — and dream
Ahhhh it's back. The Blue Guitar has returned to its regular basking spot off Niles Beach. This swanky royal looking yacht with the rounded stern end returns to Gloucester almost every year. It is very mysterious looking with the kind of cocktail veContinued ...
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- Saturday, July 26, 2014
- Why Did My Newspaper Do That? Teaming up to cover Market Basket saga
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- Friday, July 25, 2014
- Editorial: Sales-tax holiday still no sub for meaningful change
- My View: Poppy sale backs Legion's community programs
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- Editorial: Mayor should let new lease oversight ordinance stand