Archive for October, 2018

I’d Rather Be Lucky than Good

Friday, October 26th, 2018
I’d Rather Be Lucky than Good

Ken Brassard, as Lucky Lou, and Arthur Williams III, as Meticulous Max, playing the two main characters in the golf versus life play ‘I’d Rather Be Lucky Than Good,’ which played at the Winthrop School of Performing Arts through last weekend. »

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DeLeo Comedy Night

Friday, October 26th, 2018
DeLeo Comedy Night

Lots of laughs for 25 years, Speaker Bob DeLeo welcomes his headliners, Lenny Clark and longtime friend and Master of Ceremonies Johhny Pease at Bob DeLeo’s annual Comedy Night that was held on Friday, Oct.19. »

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Fire Leaves Family Homeless

Friday, October 26th, 2018
Fire Leaves Family Homeless

Diane Olson sat on the wall of a neighbor’s front yard just looking at the home she has known for all her life. Wearing only her pajamas and a yellow bathrobe she wiped away tears as it was sinking in about a fire that took it all away. Last Thursday night around 10:23 p.m.,... »

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Work Continues on Recreational Marijuana

Friday, October 26th, 2018

In an effort to get a handle on recreational marijuana in Winthrop there are lots of people either working on ordinances, a potential ballot question or a  moratorium. The town does have a moratorium banning pot shops, it expires on Dec. 31. A request was sent to the attorney general’s office asking for an... »

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Early Voting Off to a Good Start in Winthrop

Friday, October 26th, 2018

Massachusetts voters have the opportunity to vote early and in Winthrop the idea has panned out well. At the close of polls on Monday, the first day to vote early, over 70 people had come to Town Hall to cast their votes. All registered voters will be able to vote before Election Day, Nov.... »

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Town Manager Picks Assistant Town Manager

Friday, October 26th, 2018

A new assistant town manager will begin working for the Town of Winthrop on Nov. 19. Town Manager Austin Faison has selected David Rodrigues, who  has accepted the position with a $100,000 salary. Rodrigues comes from Middlesex Sheriff’s office, where he served as director of the Civil Process Division. Before that, he was the... »

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News Briefs

Friday, October 26th, 2018

Bike Winthrop’s second Annual Halloween Fun Ride and Costume Parade On Saturday, Oct. 27 at Ingleside Park Gazebo join Bike Winthrop’s Annual Halloween Fun Ride and Costume Parade Grab your costume and bring the whole family down to the park for an afternoon of Halloween fun- on bikes! The event will consist of a gentle... »

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Academy Award Nominated Danny Aiello Appearing at Lynn Auditorium

Friday, October 26th, 2018

Revere’s Roger Marino presents “Stiffs” by Lynn filmmakers Joe and Frank Ciota EMC co-founder and Revere native Roger Marino and Lynn’s own Joe and Frank Ciota return to the Lynn Auditorium on Sunday, Oct. 28 to present their second collaboration “Stiffs”, a black comedy starring Danny Aiello. Written and directed by the Ciota brothers... »

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Dance for Dana Dance-A-Thon Returns Nov 18

Friday, October 26th, 2018

On Sunday, Nov. 18, nine local dancing schools will join together to host the 2nd Annual “Dance for Dana” Dance-A-Thon at the Rumney Marsh Academy Gymnasium to benefit Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.  Nicole Paolo, owner of Nicole Zervas Dance Academy (NZDA), founded the event last year in honor of those who courageously fight or have... »

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Tenth-Grader Shares Her Love of the Theater

Friday, October 26th, 2018

Molly Girard is a 15-year-old with a jam-packed schedule. When she’s not in her sophomore classes, she’s busy taking on a variety of roles with the Winthrop Drama Society, teaching young kids how to dance, and playing lacrosse. She was recently cast as Melanie in the student-directed short play, “Check Please,” and she is... »

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