Monthly Archives: September 2017

Craig Kimberley Rocking The New GMG Sticka On The New Whip

TWO MONTHS MEETS NINETY-TWO YEARS

Baby Charlotte and her great grandfather ❤

VINTAGE SHORT FILM CLIP OF GLOUCESTER IN 1955 WHEN “A MILLION POUNDS OF FISH A DAY” WAS THE CATCH

Thanks so much to Pat Dalpiaz for sharing this classic footage of Gloucester’s working waterfront, with the carillon bells of Our Lady of Good Voyage playing in the distance.

YUCK, AND GREAT JOB GLOUCESTER CLEAN CITY COMMISSION!

Yuck and double yuck, but very cool. Commissioner Ainsley Smith of Gloucester’s Clean City Commission shares a photo of cigarette butts collected in the City’s new Sidewalk Butlers. Initially, twenty butlers will be installed, mostly along Main and Rogers Street. The butlers were made possible by a grant from Keep America Beautiful.

Many thanks to Ainsley and fellow commissioners Eric Magers, Beverly Low, and Nick Iliades, and to all who are working so hard to keep Gloucester beautiful!

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