We are America's
oldest fishing port. Since 1623, Gloucester has been
serving the world as a harvester of quality seafood.
First named "Le Beauport" by Samuel de Champlain because
of its beautiful harbor and scenic rocky shores,
Gloucester has been a destination community ever since.
Those seeking spectacular natural beauty, an energetic
and picturesque working port, a diverse population who
continue to honor their cultural traditions, a variety
of recreational activities, and one of the premier art
colonies of our country, enjoy visiting this historic
city. Conveniently located less than one hour from
Boston, Gloucester is a place of welcome for a visit, to
live, or to build a successful business. This web site
is provided by the City of Gloucester and Mayor John
Bell to offer a window of information on a unique and
Official Town Website
Chamber of Commerce
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Massachusetts Department of Education
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about enrollment, school spending, demographics and test scores in the
Commonwealth's public school districts and schools, including charter schools, collaboratives, and approved special education schools. In addition, you will
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