Manchester Essex Regional Middle School sixth-graders Kendall Hersey, left, and Will Russo play on the beach after they and schoolmates walked to Singing Beach to raise awareness about Haiti's problems and before heading back to school on Wednesday. The class has raised $3,000 to help an orphanage there and sent canned foods.
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McGeary on track to lead Council
Transitioning toward the new year, city councilors are preparing not only to welcome in new members, but also to usher in other changes -- like choosing a new council president. Council President Jackie Hardy, who was unopposed in her run for re-elecContinued ...
City firefighters receiving state honors today
Gov. Deval Patrick and other state officials will pay special tribute to the winners of the 24th annual Firefighters of the Year ceremony. And eight of the more than two dozen honored firefighters are from the Gloucester Fire Department. City Fire CContinued ...
Firefighters' holiday cheer
Retired Gloucester firefighter John Nicastro joined a number of current city firefighters Tuesday in what has become a department tradition -- visiting local nursing homes and other locations to sing Christmas carols. Rose Baker Senior Center and AddContinued ...
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