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Tennis Courts Won’t Be Demolished, Yet

By Sue Ellen Woodcock

About a year ago the Town Council voted for a moratorium that would prevent the tennis courts at the high school from being demolished and used for parking. During the year, many people wanted to observe the traffic flow around the school and study the findings. On Tuesday night, tennis coach Marie Finn came... »

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Raise Funds for Fireworks The annual fundraising for the Fourth of July fireworks has begun, according to Fire Chief Paul Flanagan, and yes, this year’s fireworks will be on the Fourth! Donation can be sent to the Winthrop Fireworks Fund, 40 Pauline St., Winthrop, MA 02152.   Community Resiliency Building & Listening Session Town... »

Global Energy in the Heart of Winthrop Center

By Kate Anslinger

Small and medium-sized businesses in Winthrop may benefit from a service that will provide value and cost efficiency when it comes to electricity, natural gas and renewable energy. Joe Gugino, business development manager for Global Energy, presented these options at an open house held last week at Inc.Ubate co-working space. “Similar to an independent... »

Police Blotter 03-29-2018

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Monday, March 19 Unit attempted to make warrant service to party on Bowdoin Street. Party no longer lives at this address. Family member will try to find out where he lives now and call back. Female party came to the station to report a male taking pictures from his vehicle of high school students... »

Sports 02-01-2018

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WHS sports roundup WHS gymnastics hands Beverly first loss in eight years The Winthrop High gymnastics team put it all together last week to knock off perennial North Shore powerhouse Beverly, ending the Lady Panthers’ winning streak of 70 meets that had extended over a stretch of eight years. Brandi Carter, Winthrop’s top all-around,... »

Winthrop Areas Starting to Recover from Effects of Bomb Cyclone Blizzard

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By Sue Ellen Woodcock Slowly, but surely, the hardest hit areas of Winthrop are starting to recover from the Jan. 4 “bomb cyclone” blizzard. The Pico Avenue, Morton Street, as well as the Bayview and Grandview areas of Point Shirley, were hard hit with the tidal surge that  flooded about 70 buildings. One property... »

Turmoil at Town Hall Highlights 2017 to Stories

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By Sue Ellen Woodcock Winthrop was not the little town without some turmoil last year. First there was the abrupt resignation of Robert Driscoll Jr. as Town Council President. Then Town Manager James McKenna announces he will step down and the one-year remaining on his contract will be fulfilled with consultant work for the... »

Sports 11-30-2017

By Transcript Staff

Vikings lose heartbreaker to Revere 17-14 By: Jim Lederman The Winthrop Vikings were all excited to be able to play a home game at newly refurbished Miller Field for the first time in two years. A thrilling morning of football at packed (estimated at 3,000 fans) festive Miller Field was spoiled by the visiting... »

Sports 11-16-2017

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WHS sports roundup MacPhail, Llovera-Miranda shine at Saturday’s D-6 meet Winthrop’s Camilla Llovera-Miranda and Cormac MacPhail turned in superlative performances at the Division 6 State Meet held at the Wrentham Training Center Saturday. Cormac became the first Viking since John Mullane in 1991 to finish in the top 10 in the divisional meet. MacPhail... »

Sports 11-09-2017

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WHS sports roundup WHS girls soccer wins two in tourney The Winthrop High girls soccer team has won its first two contests in the North Sectional of the MIAA Division 4 North state soccer tournament. Coach Tracey Martucci’s Lady Vikings entered the tourney as the 16th seed in the bracket with an 8-8-2 record.... »

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