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- Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Downtown's first dusting
The first snowflakes of the season settled onto the ground in downtown Gloucester early Tuesday morning, just in time to usher in Thanksgiving and the succeeding holiday season. And while the aesthetic dusting of snow didn't even stick around past noContinued ...
Tent in woods spotlights numbers of homeless
Sunday night, as the temperature fell to near 20 degrees and howling winds dropped the wind-chill factor to near 0, Gloucester police received a call from a hiker off Dogtown Road. The caller said that a family had apparently been living in a tent, aContinued ...
Symphony's holiday spirit tied to 'Yankee Swap'
A uniquely American gift-giving practice has become the central theme of a new work by a Gloucester composer that will be presented for its world premiere at this weekend's annual Holiday Pops concert by the Cape Ann Symphony. Gloucester composer RobContinued ...
- City CFO Towne leaving to take Natick post
- Rockport Police/Fire
- Manchester Police/Fire: Snowy 'spinouts' reported on Route 128
- Monday, November 25, 2013
- Teachers earn good state grades
- A 'Chain Reaction' of learning
- Tenants question Long Beach rates
- Shrimp season may be a non-starter
- Gloucester Police/Fire: Woman reports theft of Christmas presents
- City pair hurt in Vermont accident
- Essex Police/Fire: Two more deer downed on Essex roads
- Manchester Police/Fire: Bucket brigade helps douse Manchester blaze
- $20K of chainsaws stolen from Essex business