Archive for July, 2013

‘Annie’ Being Presented by Winthrop School of Performing Arts

Friday, July 26th, 2013
‘Annie’ Being Presented by Winthrop School of Performing Arts

Local celebrities and young actors and actresses from Trudy Macero’s Winthrop School of Performing Arts will present three performances of “Annie” on July 31, Aug. 1, and Aug. 2 at Winthrop High School. Superintendent of Schools John Macero, Trudy’s husband, has one of the leads as Oliver Warbucks. Police Chief Terence Delehanty, Councilor James... »

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Chamber Legislative Luncheon

Friday, July 26th, 2013
Chamber Legislative Luncheon

Dignitaries in attendance at the Winthrop Chamber of Commerce Legislative Luncheon that was held on Monday afternoon in the Patriot Room were from left, Council President Peter Gill, Speak­er of the House Robert A. DeLeo, State Sen. Anthony Petruccelli, Councilor Russell Sanford, and Chamber of Commerce President Dr. Paul McGee. »

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Schematic Plans for New Schools Given to MSBA

Friday, July 26th, 2013

The design team in charge with planning the new Winthrop High/Middle School complex submitted schematic plans to the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) last Friday. According to School Building Advisory Committee (SBAC) member Mary Lou Osborne, the MSBA, the design team and SBAC will work on tweaking the plans to fit within the size... »

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Struzziero Begins as Public Library Director

Friday, July 26th, 2013

Peter Struzziero started in his position as director of Winthrop Public Library on Monday, pledging to make the facility “a center of activity” in the town. Struzziero was selected to the position from a field of a dozen candidates during an application and three-interview process led by Town Manager James McKenna and Assistant to... »

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Full Moon Music Nights on July 26

Friday, July 26th, 2013

When the full moon gleams into the wide windows of Beacon Photography during Full Moon Music Nights, it shrouds a white, mystical glow over the studio. Children dance around the gallery beneath the pearly, globe paper lanterns that sway slightly from the ceiling. Like the lunar orb, they hang hypnotically from the elevated, tin... »

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Eric Gaynor Will Be Missed: Eric Did a Great Job with the Winthrop Chamber of Commerce

Friday, July 26th, 2013

Eric Gaynor has quietly and efficiently built the Winthrop Chamber of Commerce into one of the largest and most effective business organizations in the state, its 400 members far eclipsing the membership of other chambers in communities the size of Winthrop. But while there is strength in numbers, what Eric and the board of... »

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Welcome Aboard: Struzziero is Our New Public Library Director

Friday, July 26th, 2013

We want to give a hearty welcome to Peter Struzziero, who began his duties this week as the new director of the Winthrop Public Library. We had the opportunity to sit down and talk with Peter and we must say we’re very excited by his innovative ideas to make the library a true center... »

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Race for Congress Begins: Candidates Will Be Seeking Winthrop Votes

Friday, July 26th, 2013

We know Winthrop voters may be “electioned out” at this point, but our democratic process is moving forward with a special election for the congressional seat previously held by Edward J. Markey, who was inaugurated last week as United States Senator, joining Sen. Elizabeth Warren in the U.S. Senate. We had the opportunity to... »

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Police Blotter 07-25-2013

Friday, July 26th, 2013

Monday, July 15 Officer received a complaint regarding a homeowner putting out mothballs around the newly planted town tree on Revere Street. Officer reports that the homeowner will remove them and cease putting them around the trees. Call on Shirley Street reports that his boss is on the floor and cannot get up. 50-year-old... »

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Vandalinda and Wasson Named to Baystate Team

Friday, July 26th, 2013

The Bay State Summer Games is Massachusetts’ own Olympic-style athletic competition that has annually been held since 1982. Each year the Summer Games features 7,000 athletes competing in 27 sports. Athletes or all ages and abilities represent over 300 Massachusetts communities each year. The Summer Games annually take place during the month of July.... »

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