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B&B Ordinance Heads Back for More Work

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By Sue Ellen Woodcock After several months of working on an ordinance that would address property owners who participate in home sharing programs like Air B&B, Town officials have sent the proposed ordinance back to committee for more tweaking. Many residents attended last Thursday night’s public hearing on the ordinance revisions. The old ordinance... »

Citizens Start Campaign for Override on Miller Field

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By Sue Ellen Woodcock The same people who brought the town together for a new middle/high school are working hard again to bring the town together for a new Miller Field. Members of the citizens committee “Winthrop is Worth It” gathered again Sunday night to get the momentum up and running behind a debt-exclusion... »

B&B Ordinance Hearing Planned for March10

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By Sue Ellen Woodcock The Town Council will hold a public hearing on Thursday, March 10 on changes to the town ordinance as it pertains to bed and breakfast establishments and transient housing. The change in the ordinance comes from the trend of people renting out bedrooms in their homes through programs like Air... »

Joanna Ciampa is One of Winthrop’s Artistic Treasures

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By Sue Ellen Woodcock Joanna Ciampa can’t explain how she does what she does, but the outcomes are more than spectacular. “I have always done art. When I was in school I used to daydream and draw,” Ciampa said from her home overlooking Yirrell Beach. “Mrs. Bloom, my art teacher, even accused me of... »

The Campaign Trail for the State Senate

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Boncore says he will run for Senate seat Winthrop attorney Joseph Boncore confirmed that he will be a candidate for the Senate seat. He will be making an official announcement soon Rep. Aaron Michlewitz will not run for      State Senate Massachusetts State Representative Aaron Michlewitz ended speculation that he would seek the open State... »

Campaign Finance Reports Are In

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By Sue Ellen Woodcock Several local candidates for office handed in campaign finance report eight days before the election on Nov. 3. Newly elected Town Council President Robert Driscoll Jr. so far has come in as the top fundraiser, followed by newly elected School Committee candidate Valentino “Tino” Capobianco. Driscoll, as reported by his... »

Campaigns for Council President Begin

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Two campaigns for the esteemed position of Winthrop Town Council President begin tonight with candidates Craig G. Mael and Robert E. Driscoll Jr. hosting separate events in the town. Mael is asking residents to join him at a “Meet the Candidate” event for a discussion on the future of Winthrop, while Driscoll is inviting... »

Boncore’s Campaign Kickoff

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What a tremendous turnout for Attorney Phil Boncore’s campaign kickoff fundraiser at the Winthrop Golf Club. It’s not surprising that so many people from different walks of life and of all age groups came out to support Phil as he made the announcement that he will seeking re-election to his councilor-at-large seat in November.... »

Stamp Out Hunger

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Ann Gorman hands over her donation to Postal Carrier Don Trainor during last Saturday’s Stamp Out Hunger campaign. Winthrop resident donated huge amounts of food to the Postal Service’s annual effort. »

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

By Cary Shuman

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... »

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