Month: January 2021

Let’s Go, Tampa Bay!

It’s okay to admit it, Pats’ fans — we were rooting for Tom and Gronk in their playoff game for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this past Sunday against the New Orleans Saints. It has been jarring to see No. 12…

Letters to the Editor

What Was Next? Dear Editor, The frenzied mob that stormed our Capitol building smashed windows, broke down barricades, and ransacked congressional offices. They wielded bats, chemical spray, and concealed weapons while attacking and injuring Capitol Police as they marched to…

WHS Sports Roundup

Girls Hockey Team Skates to a Fast Start The Winthrop High girls hockey team opened its season in strong fashion, winning both of its contests this past week against Northeastern Conference rivals Gloucester and Beverly. The Lady Vikings traveled to Gloucester last Wednesday…

WHS Sports COVID Guidelines

As Winthrop High School is set to begin Athletic Contests for the 2020-2021 Winter Season, school officials wanted to make the parent/guardian’s, staff and community aware of guidelines and limitations currently in place due to COVID-19. Due to the ongoing…

Obituaries 01-21-2021

Richard “Dick” Dimes Dedicated Husband and Lifelong Winthrop Public Servant Richard “Dick” Dimes, 94, passed away peacefully of natural causes on January 13 at his Winthrop home. A dedicated husband to Margaret, his high school sweetheart at Chelsea High School…

News Brief

Postal Employees Will Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day Post Offices across the Commonwealth will be closed on Monday, January 18, as our employees pause to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Street delivery on Monday will be limited to…