Starting on July 23, Gloucester-based non-profit, Seaside Sustainability, will host a virtual auction full of fun and unique items.
115 Years Ago – 1906
In 1971, the Manchester Sailing Association officially launched to welcome students of all ages to learn to sail and develop a lifelong passion for the sport. Fifty years later, the club is going and preparing for the next generation of sailors and continuing what has become a beloved summertime tradition for the Cape Ann community.
When he returned to Manchester for the Fourth of July as he does every year, Tom Schanley was happy to be free of COVID-restrictions and able to visit with friends and family in his hometown. But this visit offered another connection for the busy actor of film, theater and television. A personal one, with a twist.
Public interest paused a planned demolition Sunday of a historic tea house on the campus of the Landmark School in Manchester. The school, lacking funds but eager for a solution, said it would halt movement on its plans to raze the dilapidated, circular structure while those expressing interest in saving it explore options to do so.