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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
Smoke alarms awaken Gloucester boy to fire

A Gloucester boy home sick from school was rattled awake Tuesday morning when blaring smoke alarms alerted him to a fire. He was able to flee unharmed, and the smoke detectors likely saved his life, officials said.

Don Cuddy: Local crab fisherman finds niche market with slime eels

Slime eel, it's what's for dinner. Well perhaps not on menus around here but in South Korea 'ggomjangeo' is extremely popular and, barbecued, is sold on the streets like hot dogs.

Man dies in fatal Gloucester construction accident

A 27-year-old Gloucester man was killed in a construction accident Thursday morning in the North Shore city, according to Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett's office.

DA: Man killed at Gloucester construction site

A 27-year-old man died today at a construction site on Nashua Avenue in Gloucester, according to Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett's office.

At Mass MoCA, a dark look at a possible future

Inside a giant cave built with wooden palettes, gray industrial felt is coiled on the floor and hangs from the ceiling like soft stalactites. It enfolds you like a blanket fort, and it's the first thing you encounter in "Liz Glynn: The Archaeology of Another Possible Future," the massive dystopian installation at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art's Building 5. A physical experience more than a visual one, Glynn's "TOUCH CAVE" centers us in our bodies.

NOAA names a new regional administrator

A New Jersey native, Pentony has worked for the federal agency since 2002, most recently as assistant regional administrator for the sustainable fisheries division, NOAA said in a news release. Pentony will begin his new post Jan. 22. "Michael's deep experience in every aspect of sustainable fisheries management, both commercial and recreational, positions him perfectly for this job," NOAA Fisheries Director Chris Oliver said.

The Latest: 1M gallons of sewage spilled in Nantucket

Massachusetts emergency officials say more than 1 million gallons of untreated sewage has spilled into Nantucket Harbor after a "catastrophic" sewer main break. They say the 20-inch mainfailed Thursday in several places on the island off the coast of Cape Cod, and they still were working to fix it Friday amid frigid temperatures.

Your car got flooded in the storm. Now what?

Thursday's "bomb cyclone" brought inches of water to cities and towns throughout Massachusetts, and that left many motorists wondering what to do with cars that had spent the storm submerged in pools of water. John Paul, an automotive expert for AAA Northeast, said drivers need to get their cars out of standing water, but in most cases, they should call a tow company for help.

60 cars parked in Gloucester lot damaged by high tides during storm

It was to be a safe harbor for vehicles ordered off this city's streets by a parking ban triggered by Thursday's fierce snowstorm. But Vanessa Lucido and some 60 other owners are learning Friday there was no escaping an agitated Atlantic Ocean.

Cars submerged in off-street lot

Alisha Elwell is one of the dozens of Gloucester residents who were told to park at Gloucester High School to make way for plows, only to have their vehicles flooded and submerged by storm-whipped coastal flooding. "I got out of work about 11:30.

John Tlumacki/Globe Staff, file 2017 Snow and high winds arrive in New England

Thursday is a good day to stay home, curl up under a blanket, and pray the power doesn't go out, as a powerful nor'easter bears down on coastal New England, bringing as much as 11 to 17 inches of snow, high winds, and possible blizzard conditions to the region. Snow totals in the immediate Boston area should be slightly less, "somewhere on the order of about 8 to 14 inches - and a few places may get a little bit higher," said Joe Dellicarpini, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.

Massachusetts Legion post delivers warmth on a cold Christmas Day

American Legion Family members of Capt. Lester S. Wass Post 3 in Gloucester, Mass., spent their cold, snowy Christmas Day spreading warmth to veterans, the elderly, shut-ins and those staying in a local homeless shelter.

Wednesday brings milder temperatures before it's - back into the freezer' for New Englanders

The National Weather Service said the formidable weather system arriving Thursday will pack the bulk of its precipitation into a relatively narrow time window - approximately from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. - with snowfall rates of up to 3 inches per hour. Jackpot communities will get 12 inches of snow or more before the system fades.

Bir CD Reviews, January 2018

BY SEAN SMITH SPECIAL TO THE BIR For this month's column, we're going to take a look at some recent recordings by Celtic artists with Massachusetts and New England ties. The Press Gang, "Fortune It May Smile" a Formed in 2009 amidst the proliferating Portland, Me., folk music scene, The Press Gang had been doing just fine as a trio, centered around the power and artistry of Christian "Junior" Stevens' accordion and concertina and Alden Robinson's fiddle, with the intrepid backing of Owen Marshall on guitar and bouzouki.

100 take icy plunge for Pete, ALS research

Lee Drinkwater holds his blanket tightly wrapped around him as he makes his way off the beach after taking a dip in the ocean at the sixth annual Plunge for Pete polar plunge and ALS fundraiser at Good Harbor Beach in Gloucester, Ma on Saturday December 30, 2017. Herald Photo by Joseph Prezioso Plungers raced in and out of the frigid air and water at the sixth annual Plunge for Pete polar plunge and ALS fundraiser at Good Harbor Beach in Gloucester, Ma on Saturday December 30, 2017.

Leominster woman, Gloucester man charged with crack possession

A local woman and a Gloucester man were arrested on Christmas Eve for drug possession charges after police found crack cocaine in their car. Stephanie Brown, 27, of 97 Regina Drive and Aaron Salzman, 34, of Gloucester were both arrested on a single charge of possession of a Class B drug.

Clown candidate, skunk in bed: New England's 2017 oddities

New England craved a little comic relief in 2017, and the mirth gods came through with all manner of welcome weirdness. A man dressed as - and named for - a clown ran for the Boston City Council.

Mary F. Campbell, 92

Born in Lynn on October 9, 1925, she was the daughter of the late Francis and Marie "Sadie" Cusick. Mary was born and raised in Lynn and began her own family there before moving to Lynnfield, where she had been a resident for the past 40 years.

Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff Despite the danger, many fishermen say life vests a drag

Fisherman Rick Beal has never learned to swim, but he won't wear a life preserver. "You just come to accept some things - that if you go overboard, you go," said Beal, 65. "That's it."

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