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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
Albert Carrasco, 87

Albert R. "AI" Carrasco, 87, of Gloucester, husband of Anne M. Carrasco, passed away, on Saturday, June 17, 2017, with his loving family at his side. Al was born in Roslindale, Massachusetts on January 14, 1930, and was the son of the late Rossiter C. and Frances V. Carrasco.

Lutoff-Perlo on how to make a difference

Lisa Lutoff-Perlo President/CEO, Celebrity Cruises Age: 60 Birthplace: Gloucester, Massachusetts Residence: Plantation When Lisa Lutoff-Perlo presided over the reveal of Celebrity Cruises' new Edge-class cruise ships this March, it was more than a showcase of what will be the first of a quintet of billion-dollar vessels scheduled ... (more)

Starting this Friday, here are all of the museums you can visit for free this summer

You can soak in some culture without spending any money at 85 museums and cultural institutions across Massachusetts this summer during Free Fun Fridays . The program, sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation , has attracted more than 1 million participants since its inception nine years ago, said Blake Jordan, executive director of the Highland Street Foundation.

Cape Cod Coffee Opens In Mashpee Commons

Since launching their second location with a soft opening over Memorial Day weekend, the company has done better than co-founder Jan Aggerbeck expected, with visitors popping over to check out the new digs in Mashpee Commons. The company will host a grand opening on Saturday, June 17, at the new location, which is on Market Street, with giveaways, raffles, and special deals.

Photo Flash: Gloucester Stage Examines Trial and Error in the Effect

Gloucester Stage Company continues its 38th season of professional theater on Cape Ann with the New England Premiere of Lucy Prebble's The Effect from June 16 through July 8 at 267 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA. Lucy Prebble's funny and moving look at medicinal trial and error explores the depths of attraction and attachment, and wonders at the limits of medicine and the ever-elusive rules of the heart.

Bird sightings

Now that spring migration is nearly over, it is a good time to check local areas for interesting breeding species and to prepare for the vanguard of early returning shorebird species, particularly lesser yellowlegs, least sandpipers, and short-billed dowitchers. Also, remember that June is often when unusual species sometimes show up, especially rare shorebirds or failed breeders from distant localities.

Mad Minute stories for June 12, 2017

Madrid authorities on Monday started putting up signs banning the practice of 'manspreading' - opening one's legs so wide you invade other's seating space -on city buses as part of their new etiquette guidelines. The sign features an illustration of a man with splayed legs with a red 'X' above.

Girl uses 'Hunger Games' to rescue friend with leg wound

A 12-year-old girl from Massachusetts used what she learned about creating a tourniquet from "The Hunger Games" to rescue her friend. The Gloucester Times reports Mackenzie George was playing in a Gloucester marsh with her friends June 3 when she slipped and cut her calf open.

Free saltwater fishing June 17-18

Next weekend, June 17 and 18, is Free Fishing Weekend here in Massachusetts for anyone wishing to try their hand at saltwater action. Anglers will have two full days to try for every fish that swims in our waters -- bluefin tuna, shark, swordfish, striped bass, flounder, fluke -- anything.

Perception Is Now Available For Xbox One

Game Description: Perception is a first-person narrative horror adventure that tells the story of Cassie, a blind heroine who uses her extraordinary hearing and razor-sharp wits to unravel the mysteries of an abandoned estate that haunts her dreams. After months of research, she discovers an abandoned mansion in Gloucester, MA.

Bird sightings

New study says American families are overwhelmed by clutter, rarely eat together, and are generally stressed out about it all Although spring migration is winding down, good numbers of flycatchers are still moving, as are modest numbers of several species of shorebirds, and small numbers of common nighthawks and mourning Warblers.

BWW Review: Bank Job: For Want of an Exit Strategy

Written by John Kolvenbach, Directed by Robert Walsh; Set Design, Jon Savage; Lighting Design, Russ Swift; Costume Design, Linda Ross; Sound Design, David Wilson; Properties Design, Mary Sader; Stage Manager, Jenna Worden Performances through June 10 at Gloucester Stage Company, 267 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA; Box Office 978-281-4433 or Gloucester Stage Company opens its 38th season with the New England premiere of John Kolvenbach's Bank Job , welcoming back four GSC veterans and introducing one newcomer, under the direction of Artistic Director Robert Walsh.

Senate Passes Fiscal Year 2018 Budget

The Senate voted today on a $40.8 billion budget for Fiscal Year 2018, investing in key areas related to local aid, education, health and human services, housing and workforce development. The budget makes targeted investments, while limiting the use of one-time revenue sources and protecting the state's Stabilization Fund.

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