• New batch of students awarded Sawyer Medal

    New batch of students awarded Sawyer Medal

    ERICCA NOLAN, Staff Writer

    November 17, 2017

    Nineteen students were named recipients of the Sawyer Medal on November 15th. The top ten students of the freshman class and top five students of the sophomore class receive this award, as well the top boy and girl of the junior and senior class also receive this award. This award is given to those w...

    2017 Sawyer Medal winners (row four from left) Marissa Mondello, Cameron Muniz, Dylan Orlando, Ava Sheedy, Autumn-Marie Silva (row three) Mila Barry, Cara Buchanan, Tessa Bushfield, Owen Hardy, Olivia LoJacono (row two) Katherine Bevins, Lila Hawks, Matthew Johnson, Molly McAreavey, Gracianna O'Toole (row one) Luke Mackert, Kaitlin Marques, Delaney Benchoff, and Jack Bergin

  • Hate Strep Throat? Chew gum.

    Hate Strep Throat? Chew gum.

    KYLE CASUCCI, Staff Writer

    November 17, 2017

    With the cold days of a brutal winter impending, it is vital to take precautions to avoid sickness. Large public buildings are a breeding ground for colds, and GHS is no exception. High schools are probably one of the dirtiest places that one could be, so here are some relatively unknown methods for ...

  • What the plastic bag and polystyrene ban really means for Gloucester

    What the plastic bag and polystyrene ban really means for Gloucester

    CAROLINE ENOS, Staff Writer, Editor

    November 16, 2017

    While convenient and cheap for consumers and businesses alike, plastic bags and polystyrene products are a direct threat to the Gloucester’s well-being, reports Gloucester High’s environmental issues class. “The Rozalia Project, in collaboration with Maritime Gloucester, used a remotely operated un...

    A plastic bag hangs from a tree outside GHS

    Vidriana Catanzaro

  • Feeling out of shape? Join a sports team

    Feeling out of shape? Join a sports team

    SARAH WHITMORE, Staff Writer

    November 16, 2017

    The GHS fall season has fizzled out. With the cold weather upon us and only the Thanksgiving Football game left, it is time to make way for the winter season. Start your fitness goals now or continue them after Thanksgiving and through the New Year with Gloucester High School’s  array of indoor wi...

  • Mitchell and Muniz score low and win big

    Mitchell and Muniz score low and win big

    BRANDON SMITH, Staff Writer

    November 15, 2017

    This month, juniors Colby Mitchell and Ryan Muniz brought home the Northeastern Conference trophy, making the Gloucester golf team champions for the second year in a row. The duo beat Beverly, who came in second place, by eight shots.   Mitchell finished with a score of 66, putting him at one over pa...

    Colby Mitchell and Ryan Muniz led the golf team to victory for a second year

News

New batch of students awarded Sawyer Medal

New batch of students awarded Sawyer Medal

ERICCA NOLAN, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017No Comments

Nineteen students were named recipients of the Sawyer Medal on November 15th. The top ten students of the freshman class and top five students of the sophomore class receive this award, as well the top boy and girl of the ...

Feeling out of shape? Join a sports team

Feeling out of shape? Join a sports team

SARAH WHITMORE, Staff Writer

November 16, 2017No Comments

The GHS fall season has fizzled out. With the cold weather upon us and only the Thanksgiving Football game left, it is time to make way for the winter season. Start your fitness goals now or continue them after Thanksgivin...

Gloucester passes flavored tobacco ban with youth support

Gloucester passes flavored tobacco ban with youth support

CAROLINE ENOS, Staff Writer, Editor

November 3, 20173 Comments

As of May 1st, 2018, the sale of all flavored tobacco products- excluding menthol and mint- is banned in any Gloucester store that does not exclusively sell tobacco or smoking products. “It was important that the flavor ban was ...

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Features

What the plastic bag and polystyrene ban really means for Gloucester

What the plastic bag and polystyrene ban really means for Gloucester

CAROLINE ENOS, Staff Writer, Editor

November 16, 20171 Comment

While convenient and cheap for consumers and businesses alike, plastic bags and polystyrene products are a direct threat to the Gloucester’s well-being, reports Gloucester High’s environmental issues class. “The Rozalia...

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Sports

Mitchell and Muniz score low and win big

Mitchell and Muniz score low and win big

BRANDON SMITH, Staff Writer

November 15, 2017No Comments

This month, juniors Colby Mitchell and Ryan Muniz brought home the Northeastern Conference trophy, making the Gloucester golf team champions for the second year in a row. The duo beat Beverly, who came ...

Fishermen hope to tame the Wildcats tonight

Fishermen hope to tame the Wildcats tonight

October 27, 2017

Girls soccer tourney bound for first time in six years

Girls soccer tourney bound for first time in six years

October 23, 2017

Field hockey team advances to state tournament

Field hockey team advances to state tournament

October 20, 2017

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