From left to right are Sharon Ivey, Kristen Lark, Mary DiAngelis, all of Gloucester, Lisa Casavant of Andover and Deb Sullivan of Dracut were demonstrating in front of Gloucester District Court and the police station on Tuesday before and during a hearing for John "Jack" Dugan, who stands accused of gutting his pet pitbull, Xena.
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City man faces $57K fines over home site
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is a corrected version of this story. The initial story incorrectly referred to the charges stemming from a different address; all of the charges refer to the Essex Avenue site. --------- Found guilty of two municipal storage violContinued ...
Dust to dust
You wouldn't have known it by the snow, but yesterday marked a significant change of seasons, at least on the religious calendar, with Ash Wednesday and the dawn of the season of Lent. Roman Catholics across Cape Ann and around the world made their wContinued ...
Battle plans for green crab
The invasive green crab -- and how to stop its devastation of the state's shellfish industry -- is drawing new calls to arms among the industry's stakeholders and others. And while a Monday night forum organized by state Sen. Bruce Tarr, R-GloucesterContinued ...
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