Robert Norton, left, president and CEO of North Shore Medical Center, and Dr. Howard Grant, president and CEO of Lahey Health, answer questions at the conclusion of a presentation on health care law.
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Skeleton Market Basket crew presses on
Six weeks ago, Justin Haynes, a full-time Market Basket meat cutter for the Gloucester store, was back in his department performing his typical, everyday job duties. But that was before former CEO Arthur T. Demoulas was ousted and employee protests,Continued ...
A 25-year Adventure
The original construction of the schooner Adventure in 1926 is said to have taken only six months at the John F. James and Son Yard in Essex, at a cost of $65,000. The reconstruction of the sleek workhorse of Gloucester's legendary wooden dory schoonContinued ...
City seeks to clear death site
Two days after a Gloucester man was found dead on the property, city officials have ordered that all boats be removed from a small lot behind McDonald's and 7-Eleven on Maplewood Avenue. Officials recovered the body of Charles Ilges, 51, on Monday afContinued ...
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