Learning from Each Other: Winthrop High Community Demonstrates Inclusiveness

Thursday, April 2, 2015
By Transcript Staff

WINTHROP – The Winthrop High School Double B’s know that using the “R” word is hurtful, especially when it comes to students with mental and physical disabilities. Last week they proved there’s no place for it in their life or anywhere. Last Thursday morning students known as the “Double B’s” treated their high school... »

WIHA Plans Free Program: Chocolate 101

Thursday, April 2, 2015
By Transcript Staff

A wise man once said, “Nine out of ten people like chocolate…the tenth person always lies!” Help put this theory to the test as Winthrop Improvement and Historical Association (WIHA) presents, “Chocolate 101” a family-friendly free program on Saturday, April 11 at 2 pm in the Deane Winthrop Barn, 40 Shirley Street. Noted actress... »

One Incredible Journey: Winthrop Cheerleaders Rallied Together to Capture the National Championship

Thursday, April 2, 2015
By Cary Shuman
One Incredible Journey: Winthrop Cheerleaders Rallied Together to Capture the National Championship

Superintendent of Schools John Macero said “they” put the “Win” in Winthrop just as their shirts proclaimed. Angelo Vigliotta said “they” brought him to tears of joy when “they” won it all after two days of high-pressure competition. They are the Winthrop High School cheerleaders who put the town on the map once again... »

Police Blotter 04-02-2015

Thursday, April 2, 2015
By Transcript Staff

Arrests Casey Ingram, 28, 52 Wave Way Ave., Apt. #2, charged on a warrant on March 26 after a motor vehicle stop at 8:50 am at Shore Drive and Wave Way Avenue. Jorge Felix, 31, 34 Shurtleff St., Chelsea, charged with a Boston Police Department warrant at 12:49 am on Brewster Avenue after a... »

Opinions

Thursday, April 2, 2015
By Transcript Staff

CONTRACT EXTENSION FOR JIM McKENNA We’re so pleased that the Winthrop Town Council voted to extend the contract of Town Manager James McKenna, who has done an outstanding job as the leader of our town since his arrival here. McKenna has brought many innovative ideas and advanced so many development projects in the town.... »

Sports 04-02-2015

Thursday, April 2, 2015
By Transcript Staff

WHS Sports roundup Frustration mounts as field situation shows no sign of quick relief   With the announcement this week by the Winthrop Parks and Recreation Department that the town’s fields and playgrounds under its purview (Ingleside Park, Coughlin Park, Cellucci Field’s soccer and softball fields, and the Little League A field) are off-limits... »

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