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Gloucester is located in northeastern Massachusetts. The city has a rich history in the fishing industry, even boasting the motto of "America's Oldest Seaport." It has also been nicknamed "The Place To Be In The Summer," as it is a popular summer destination. Gloucester is the first settlement in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, predating both Boston and Salem. However, life in the settlement proved too harsh to handle, and settlers began moving to newer nearby settlements including Salem. As years passed, people slowly began to resettle the area, naming it Gloucester after the city of the same name in England.

Population: 30273
Local Newspapers: Gloucester Times The Salem Evening News
Local Sports Teams: Boston Bruins Boston Celtics Boston Red Sox New England Patriots New England Revolution
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Towns/Cities near gloucester, massachusetts : Rockport Essex Ipswich

Gloucester News
It's no walk on the beach for coastal areas of Mass.

Susan Gilardi and her "storm troopers" - her three grandsons - were out walking the waterfront near the Fisherman's Memorial when high tide struck, but did not dunk, this seaside city. "I said 'Let's get out of the house and go to Dunkin Donuts or something,'" she said as Braden, Milo and Luka Averle turned their backs to a howling wind.

Theodore Decker: Don't call them nor'easters, you phony landlubbers

What I am about to tell you may shock you, leaving you to question whether you've truly known anything for certain. Or perhaps more likely in this part of the country, it will leave you scratching your head.

How did legislators vote on bills signed into law?

This week Beacon Hill Roll Call reports on some of the bills that were approved by the Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Charlie Baker so far in the 2017-2018 session. Of the more than 6,000 bills that have been filed for consideration, only 212 have been approved and signed by the governor.

Salem Five expands insurance operations with agency purchase

The $4.7 billion-asset mutual said in a press release Friday that it acquired Cape Ann Insurance in Gloucester, Mass. It did not disclose the price paid.

Gloucester Stage Announces 2018 Season

Gloucester Stage Company Artistic Director Robert Walsh and Managing Director Jeff Zinn , recently announced the six-play lineup for Gloucester Stage's 39th Season of professional theater in Gloucester, Massachusetts. "We are very excited about the line-up of plays for our 39th season!", says Walsh, "We're thrilled to include two world premieres, two New England premieres, to honor the late Sam Shepard , and celebrate the indomitable spirit of the Mundy sisters in Dancing at Lughnasa."

Still recovering from the last storm, restaurants brace for another nor'easter

For some restaurants in the region, Wednesday's nor'easter threatens to spoil dayslong efforts to reopen after last week's storm brought flood damage and power outages that led to food spoilage and lost revenue. Restaurants from Gloucester to Plymouth, on Cape Cod and the Islands, were affected by Friday's storm and historic high tides and flooding, said Bob Luz, president of the Massachusetts Restaurant Association.

Many on East Coast still without power after big storm

From Virginia to Massachusetts, about 1 million homes and businesses remained without power Sunday, two days after a destructive nor'easter, leaving some residents unsure when they could return home and schools questioning if they would be able to open Monday morning. Gallery: Waves crash against Minot Light off the Scituate coast off Massachusetts, Sunday, March 4, 2018 as a large nor'easter that hit over the weekend continues to batter the coast.

1 million without power as storm cleanup proceeds

From Virginia to Massachusetts, about 1 million people remained without power Sunday, two days after a destructive nor'easter, leaving some unsure when they could return home and schools unsure if they would open Monday morning. Skies were clear Sunday over much of the Northeast hit by the storm, which was blamed for nine deaths, including two children struck by trees.

Gov. Baker To Tour Storm-Damaged Areas

Gov. Baker To Tour Storm-Damaged Areas Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito will visit Gloucester, Scituate, Quincy, and Marshfield.

Gloucester battered by storm surge

Severe winds and coastal erosion shook Gloucester during the weekend's nor'easter, collapsing sections of seawall and sending debris into roadways and boulders into at least one home, officials said Saturday. "This was really serious," Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken said in a brief phone interview Saturday night.

Bay State fishing advocates oppose offshore drilling

Frustrated by the Trump administration's plans to potentially open areas off the Massachusetts coast to oil drilling, U.S. Sen. Ed Markey convened groups with sometimes divergent interests to collectively oppose the plan on Monday. The oil industry's use of controlled explosions to explore the seafloor kills and disrupts the ocean life, from plankton to the endangered right whale, said Scott Kraus, vice president and senior science adviser at the New England Aquarium.

Bird sightings

Last week's record-breaking warm weather ushered in a number of signs of early spring, including the arrival of a number of freshwater ducks, migrant turkey vultures, and fish crows appearing in places where they have been absent all winter, and small groups of red-winged blackbirds and common grackles at several sites. More unusual was the appearance of two mew gulls at Kings Beach on the Nahant-Lynn town line; one of the gulls was the same Icelandic-banded gull seen there last winter.

Father whose son died in school shooting at Simon's Rock writes he is - fed up' with vigils

'I'm fed up with vigils, candles and moments of silence,' Gloucester father whose son died in a school shooting writes 'I'm fed up with vigils, candles and moments of silence,' Gloucester father whose son died in a school shooting writes "There are dozens of ways to reduce gun violence, but the country as a whole seems to lack the will to do any of them," Gregory Gibson wrote in The New York Times. Gregory Gibson at Seaside Cemetary in the Lanesville section of Gloucester in 2001, where curved granite marks the grave of his son Galen.

Braving the shave

Tallulah Nixon has agreed to shave Ayrleah Tull head and both are looking forward to the event. Photo Anne Keen Gloucester High's Ayrleah Tull wanted to do something to help a lot of people at once, so she's decided to shave her head.

To protect right whales, scientists propose major changes for lobstermen

Without prompt action to reduce entanglements in fishing lines, North Atlantic right whales could disappear from the planet over the next two decades, scientists say. In response, scientists here on Cape Cod are proposing a novel way to save the species - one that many New England lobstermen fear could At a recent meeting with a host of skeptical lobstermen, scientists at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution presented the concept of ropeless fishing, a nascent technology that eliminates the need for the long, taut ropes that extend from millions of traps at the bottom of the ocean to their buoys at the surface.

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