Author: Transcript Staff

News Briefs

2019 RESIDENTIAL PARKING STICKERS NOW AVAILABLE In-Person applications for 2019 permits are now being accepted at Town Hall during business hours. There is a $5 fee for a permit if you apply in person. This fee is waived for senior…

Police Blotter 01-17-2019

Monday, Jan. 7 Report of a disturbance between neighbors involving driving conditions on Prospect Avenue. Verbally arguing about female’s driving down a one-way the wrong way. A citation was issued for driving the wrong way. 92 and 93 attempted to…

Letter to the Editor

Opinion on center development plan project The following letter was submitted to the Winthrop Town Council members and Town Manager. Dear Council Members and Town Manager, To further the issues about the Center Development that remain temporarily unresolved, but by…

Sports 01-17-2019

WHS sports roundup WHS girls defeat Danvers in overtime The Winthrop High girls basketball team earned one of the biggest wins in the recent history of the program with a 59-57 triumph in overtime over Danvers this past Friday evening…

Obituaries 01-17-2019

Elizabeth Ann Bradley Volunteer and Eucharist Minister at Holy Rosary Church Elizabeth Ann (DeLuca) Bradley of Winthrop passed away peacefully on Thursday, Jan. 10 at the Leonard Florence Center in Chelsea.  She was 81 years old.  Born in Newton to the…

News Briefs

CAPIC FUEL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM The following information is for the Capic Fuel Assistance Program located at 100 Everett Ave, Unit 14, Chelsea, 617-884-6130. Massachusetts residents in Winthrop, Revere, Chelsea are eligible for fuel assistance through CAPIC: Program operates from Nov.…