Rosettis in Beverly Worth The Ride

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We decided to go back to Rosettis on Brimbal Ave in Beverly for dinner last week. It had been recommended by our friends Chris and Charleen and we have been once but hadn’t been back in quite a while. There are so many fine restaurants right here in Gloucester, it’s hard to leave town for another but it was a special occasion and we have been wanting to return here for this Italian themed dining experience. We were not disappointed.

We had the half antipasti board as an appetizer and it was plenty for the two of us. I tried a pomegranate martini (very tasty) and Jim had a pinot grigio. There was a surf and turf special which I ordered and Jim got the Chicken Braciolettini with red sauce. My filet was done to perfection and I appreciated that our server Dan explained that the kitchen prefers to prepare…

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It’s Always Fun At Maritime Gloucester

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It’s always fun at Maritime Gloucester on the Harbor Loop but Food Truck Tuesdays are even MORE fun. Last week, The Lobster Roller and Blue Bird Dessert Bar were there and today is will be Butter UR Biscuit with Latin Soul Cuisine starting at 4 PM. Hurry down, these food trucks sell out! We almost always discover something new: did you know about the Little Library down there? We have had a great time just hanging out down there. You never know who you will run into……..

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Lobster Crate Race – Municipal Group

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SAWYER FREE LIBRARY WILL MAKE THE MOVE TO MAIN STREET THIS FALL 

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The Sawyer Free Library (SFL) is pleased to share that it has selected a temporary location for the Library during the upcoming renovation and expansion project. The construction project, which involves a renovation of the Library’s 1976 main building at 2 Dale Avenue and an addition of 15,000-square-feet, is expected to begin in early 2023 and take approximately eighteen months.

The Library’s Board of Trustees secured a multi-year lease for 21 Main Street in downtown Gloucester, the former space of Cape Ann Cinema and Stage. The SFL plans to move to its new temporary location this fall.

“When 21 Main Street was proposed as an option for the temporary Sawyer Free Library, we jumped at the opportunity,” saidMern Sibley,President of the Gloucester Lyceum and Sawyer Free Library’s Board of Trustees. “Located downtown, just a few blocks from our current location, it has the space and the…

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Gloucester Fire Department Provides Update on Three-Alarm Brush Fire in Poles Hill Area

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GLOUCESTER — Fire Chief Eric Smith would like to provide an update on the large brush fire that the Gloucester Fire Department battled in the area of Poles Hill and Riverview Road earlier today.

On Monday, Aug. 1, at approximately 10:45 a.m., the Gloucester Fire Department was dispatched to a report of a brush fire on Poles Hill. Upon arrival, firefighters found a large area of brush burning in dry, windy conditions, in an area that was difficult to access.

Firefighters remained at the scene working for the remainder of the day to control the blaze.

Much of the fire was contained by approximately 3:45 p.m. A second and eventually third alarm was struck as firefighters continued to work on preventing flare ups due to dry conditions.

Those efforts are ongoing, as flare ups can occur overnight, however firefighters will be ceasing operations for the evening due to the loss…

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Lobster Crate Races – Cownds at Pavillion Beach

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UPDATE City of Gloucester and Gloucester Fire Department Respond to Wind Turbine Failure

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GLOUCESTER — Mayor Greg Verga and Fire Chief Eric Smith would like to provide an update on the City of Gloucester’s response to a mechanical failure at a wind turbine in the Blackburn Industrial Parkon Sunday morning.

On Sunday, July 31, at approximately7 a.m., the Gloucester Fire Department responded after it was discovered that one of three blades on a 492-foot wind turbine at Applied Materials on Dory Road fell off of the turbine.

There were no reported injuries, and no structural damage aside from the damage sustained in the turbine failure itself. The Gloucester Fire Department setup an approximately 450-foot collapse zone around the turbine as a precaution, and as a result closed a portion of Great Republic Drive in the Blackburn Industrial Park.

Due to the size of the turbine, the Gloucester Fire Department and the City of Gloucester are working closely with Applied Materials to establish an…

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First Ever lobster Crate Races Today At Noon At Pavilion Beach

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Birthday Party on Schooner Ardelle

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