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From the Carnegie Hero Fund Website;
PITTSBURGH, PA, July 2, 2014—In its second award announcement of 2014, the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission today named 22 individuals as recipients of the CARNEGIE MEDAL. The medal is given throughout the United States and Canada to those who risk their lives to an extraordinary degree while saving or attempting to save the lives of others. Four of the heroes lost their lives in the performance of their lifesaving acts.
Awardee PAUL F. FRONTIERO III, deceased
Nashua, New Hampshire
Paul F. Frontiero III died rescuing Kathryn A. Libby from assault, Nashua, New Hampshire, October 9, 2011. At night, a man armed with a knife exited an automobile that stopped in front of the house where Libby, 29, and others lived. Libby and others were outside the house when the man confronted them in a menacing fashion, and he stabbed Libby repeatedly when she intervened between him and one of her housemates. Another housemate, Frontiero, 27, emergency medical technician, immediately responded from the house, rushed the assailant, and fought against him, freeing Libby. The assailant stabbed Frontiero repeatedly about the arms and torso before fleeing in the car. Frontiero collapsed to the ground, mortally wounded. Libby required hospital treatment for her wounds, from which she recovered.
Click Below For Cathy and Paul Frontiero’s WCVB Channel Interview with Pam Cross
So wonderful to see the Cape Ann Youth Hockey Float in this year’s Horrible’s Parade dedicated to Jim Muniz. Loved and missed by so many.
A little black dog was found near Russell’s Florist in Gloucester a couple of hours ago. If it is yours please contact us by commenting here!
Parade participates are lined up and ready
to hit the streets of Gloucester
July 3, 2014
Mayor Carolyn Kirk and The Gloucester Police Department are proud to announce the following promotions effective the week of July 13, 2014.
Officer Brian Aiello promoted to the rank of Sergeant
Sgt. Michael Gossom promoted to the rank of Lieutenant
Sgt. William Leanos Promoted to the rank of Lieutenant.
We would like to congratulate these three individuals on their accomplishment and wish them well in their future assignments.
Chief of Police
Even though it might be a gorgeous beach day on Sat. and Sun., we’ve just received the MEMA (Mass. Emergency Management Agency) report which is calling for rip tides as the Hurricane passes to our east. Can you post the attached? Thanks!
Carolyn A. Kirk
City of Gloucester
9 Dale Ave.
Gloucester, MA 01930
City Announces Riptide Advisory Due to Hurricane
Beach Safety Plan in effect on Saturday July 5th and Sunday July 6th
(Gloucester, MA) – The City of Gloucester today announced that dangerous conditions, including rip tides and strong surf undertow, are expected this weekend at Good Harbor and Wingaersheek Beaches in Gloucester. To ensure the well-being of guests, a Beach Safety Plan will be in effect for Saturday and Sunday, July 5th and 6th at all City beaches as Hurricane Arthur passes out to sea to the east of Cape Ann.
Under the Beach Safety Plan, lifeguards have authority to close all or portions of the beaches at their discretion. In sections that are open, swimmers must refrain from going into the water above the waist. Gloucester police officers will be on beach patrol throughout the weekend to enforce the lifeguard orders.
While Gloucester Fire and Police department personnel will stand ready to respond to any water-related emergencies, all life safety officials urge beach goers to immediately obey lifeguard instructions.
All beach goers are reminded that lifeguards are not on duty after 5 p.m. Residents and visitors are urged to stay out of the water when lifeguards