Month: December 2015

News Briefs

TOWN HALL HOURS  FOR THE HOLIDAYS Winthrop Town Hall will be closed on Thursday, Dec. 24 in observance of Christmas. It will also be closed Thursday, Dec. 31 for New Year’s. SHOWCASE TO SHOW FREE CHRISTMAS MOVIE The Showcase Cinemas…

Police Blotter 12-17-2015

Saturday, December 5 Multi calls of a man on a bike that was struck by a vehicle at Revere and Harvard Street. Medical notified. Officers report male subject going to the MGH. The officers are also checking the video from…

Letter to the Editor

Music Matters is in its fifth year Dear Editor: The Winthrop Music Matters organization can’t begin to thank you enough for all the support the community has shown. Working with the School Board, the Administration and some dedicated teachers, the…

How About Those Pats?

The Patriots have clinched their seventh consecutive AFC East Division title and appear well on their way to earning the coveted first-round bye in the playoffs. If all goes according to plan, the Patriots will host the AFC Championship game.…

The Senate Race

The State Senate special election — expected to be held this spring — for Senator Anthony Petruccelli’s seat is drawing a lot of interest and publicity. in Winthrop, popular attorney Joseph Boncore has told his many supporters that he will…

Our Stars on Stage

We congratulate our two young stars of the stage, 11-year-old Haven Pereira and Gorman-Fort Banks School third grader Isabel Reznik. Haven is performing as Belinda Cratchit in the award-winning production of “A Christmas Carol,”  her third show this season at…