- Friday, August 8, 2014
Editorial: Bell project looms as test for city's growth commitment
When Gloucester landowner and developer Mac Bell was running for mayor last fall, he often cited what he viewed as a need to streamline the city's business permitting process. And Mayor Carolyn Kirk, who defeated Bell to claim a fourth term, did notContinued ...
Letter: Waterfront advocate deserves credit
To the editor: I am writing to applaud the efforts of Valerie Nelson in her battle to maintain a working waterfront in Gloucester. A former Gloucester resident, I have lived in Maine since 1997 where coastal communities face many of the same issues.Continued ...
Letter: Fixing the facts behind local GOP chief's stand
To the editor: I am not surprised that the chairman of the Gloucester Republican City Committee blasts Democrats; after all, that's his job. But I am surprised that Luke Noble (Letters, the Times, Tuesday, Aug. 5) isn't a bit more careful with his fContinued ...
- Letter: U.S. should hold Israel accountable
- Letter: Rewriting history doesn't help argument
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- Thursday, August 7, 2014
- Editorial: Fishermen deserve 'peer' input on new cod study
- Insights and Outbursts:: 'Come as a student, leave as a friend'
- Letter: Ferrante has strong pro-business record
- Letter: Blaming Dems for economic straits is laughable
- Wednesday, August 6, 2014
- Editorial: Market Basket 'disaster' must end for community's sake
- Letter: Don't cede waterfront to over-development
- Letter: Rockport National will never be old hat
- Letter: Don't overlook Reid in Washington gridlock
- Letter: The first step in Rockport National changes?