White House To Honor Gloucester Chief For Addict ProgramThe Gloucester police chief who developed a program that helps opioid addicts get help is earning praise from the Obama administration.
Phantom Gourmet - Magnolia 525 In GloucesterMagnolia 525 Tavern has all the ingredients of the perfect neighborhood restaurant: great food, great prices, great specials and comfortable, friendly atmosphere.
Gloucester Firefighters Battle 3rd Fire In Less Than A DayFirefighters responded to a heavy fire that ripped through a Nashua Avenue home Monday morning.
'Wicked Tuna' Fisherman Pleads Guilty To FraudA man once featured on the reality television show "Wicked Tuna" has pleaded guilty to federal charges in Vermont he received government benefits while he was fishing on the show.
Man Killed In Gloucester House FireA man living by himself was killed in a fire at his home in Gloucester early Monday morning.
Insurers Help Gloucester Police With Heroin Addict ProgramHealth insurers in Massachusetts are pitching in to help the Gloucester Police Department with their well-known program to get heroin addicts into treatment.
Gloucester Lobster Trap Tree VandalizedAn iconic holiday decoration outside the Gloucester Police Headquarters was demolished by vandals over the weekend.
1 Dead, 2 Rescued From Sinking Boat In GloucesterOne man died and two others were rescued after their fishing boat sank Thursday off the Gloucester coast.
Man Escapes Lobster Boat Fire Off Ipswich CoastA man escaped a lobster boat that caught fire and sank off the coast of Ipswich Friday morning.
Mother Helps Police Arrest 2 Men Linked To Son's Heroin OD DeathThe mother of a man who died of a heroin overdose is credited with helping police arrest two men who allegedly sold the drug to her son.
Gloucester Police Department's Heroin Addict Treatment Program Catching OnGloucester police say dozens of departments in nine states have taken a page from their ANGEL program.
Gloucester Police Post Phone Numbers Of Drug Company CEOsIn a Facebook post, Gloucester Police shared the phone numbers and emails of the country's top pharmaceutical CEO's, asking residents to call and ask what they're doing about the ongoing addiction crisis.