The Back Room At Mile Marker Continues To Be One Of My Favorite Dining Spaces

Chef Wheels’ food is always outstanding. The room has one of the best views in town and the space is gorgeous.

The igloos have become a super trendy spot for special celebrations and yesterday they were toasty warm while you look out at the snow frosted tundra outside.

SAWYER FREE LIBRARY THANKS THE COMMUNITY FOR ITS SUPPORT!

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Thanks to the Gloucester community’s incredible generosity, the Sawyer Free Libraryis excited to announce that it not only reached, but greatly exceeded, its 2021 Annual Appeal fundraising goal! 

This year the Library was thrilled to welcome many new contributors and thankful for all returning donors. No matter the amount, your support means so much!

Your support of the Sawyer Free Library empowers individuals, strengthens families, and makes our greater Gloucester community a better place to live, for which we are deeply grateful! THANK YOU!

“Libraries are not made, they grow.” – Augustine Birrell

The Gloucester Lyceum & Sawyer Free Library Inc. serves the informational and cultural needs of Gloucester’s residents of all ages as it has for over 175 years. Today, its purpose remains to provide equal access to quality resources that serve all people’s lifelong cultural, educational, and informational needs and interests. Its guiding mission is to…

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GLOUCESTER MEETINGHOUSE MLK DAY ANNUAL CELEBRATION JANUARY 17TH!

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The Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation will host it 6th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration, live on Zoom, on Monday, January 17th at 2:00pm. Please preregister at http://www.gloucestermeetinghouse.org

The Racial Climate in Gloucester, What Lies Ahead will be the focus of the 2-hour program, including including findings of a new community survey. The keynote speaker will beBrianSaltsman, Director of Student Diversity and Inclusion at Alfred University in upstate NewYork.He is a leading advocate of addressing community issues between dominant and marginalized racial, ethnic or economic sectors as allies, a process known as “allyship.”

The invited presenting organizations are:

  • The Gloucester Racial Justice Team, reporting on a survey that assessed how much people of color “feel like they have a sense of community and belong in the city, including how race and ethnicity play a role in their daily lives,” according to GRJT spokesperson Gail Seavey.

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North Shore Community Health Distributes Over 1,300 COVID-19 Testing Kits  

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North Shore Community Health Distributes Over 1,300 COVID-19 Testing Kits

NSCH Offers New Program Providing Free At-Home COVID-19 Test Kits for Vulnerable Populations

SALEM, Mass. – Jan. 7, 2021 – North Shore Community Health (NSCH) through its outreach efforts is committed to its mission to serve the North Shore community outside of its own four walls. Following a round of vaccination clinics in 2021 at community partner locations, NSCH continues to fight against the spread of COVID-19 with a new program offering the weekly distribution of at-home, rapid antigen COVID-19 testing kits that are being provided through funding from the Health Resource Services Agency (HRSA).

Area shelters and food pantries were the recipients of 1,135 tests during the first round of deliveries this week, which began on Thursday, Jan. 6. The Open Door, a food resource center based in Gloucester, received…

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