MIKE SPRINGER/Gloucester Daily Times Jeff Morton of Manchester and his six-year-old son Deuce look at the rising surf from Hurrican Sandy just before high tide late Monday morning on Singing Beach in Manchester. The large log in the background had just washed ashore.
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Market Basket battle seen lifting local farms
As produce vanishes from Market Basket aisles and is not restocked -- and as customers stress supplies at rival market chains like Gloucester's Shaw's and Stop & Shop -- farm stands and farmers markets throughout Market Basket's 71-store coverage areContinued ...
Windows on Gloucester
The latest chapter in the ongoing renovation and restoration of Gloucester's City Hall is focusing on the historic building's windows and energy efficiency, with the Peabody-based Campbell Construction company replacing windows in the front stairwelContinued ...
Lawmakers look to confirm tax 'holiday'
BOSTON -- Lawmakers have approved a sales tax-free weekend next month, but haven't yet agreed on a date. Both the House of Representatives and Senate scheduled a two-day tax holiday for next month as part of an economic development bill approved in rContinued ...
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