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: Anti-drug grant offers chance for a fresh approach
The word that the Healthy Gloucester Collaborative, working in partnership with agencies in Beverly and Danvers, has secured a $100,000 grant for the second straight year to combat the scourge of heroin and other opiate or opioid abuse and addictionContinued ...
Editorial: Market Basket crisis spotlights strength of workplace 'family'
There's a revolution going on at the shopping cart corrals, at the entrances to almost every one of Market Basket's 71 stores, and in their increasingly empty aisles, from Gloucester to Lawrence and New Hampshire. At Market Basket stores across the rContinued ...
My View: Gaining ground in Gloucester
Regarding the story headlined, "Land deal to protect 27 acres for the city" (the Times, Page 1, Saturday, July 12), this proposal will make an important regional contribution to statewide conservation efforts as we set out to permanently protect 52 pContinued ...
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