Town’s expectations for development of Boardwalk exceeded reality presented

Hull’s tortuous dance with development took another twist last week when the developers of the Dunes at Paragon Boardwalk – a five-story, 116-unit apartment building that would replace the pizza stand, arcade, and miniature golf course at Nantasket Beach – abruptly halted their plans “for any future development.” While withdrawing their application for a special…

Richard Mavilia, 71

Richard (Richie) Mavilia, of Hull, died peacefully after a long illness on Aug. 15. He was 71. He was born in Weymouth to the late Grace (Tricomi) and Alfred Mavilia. Raised in Weymouth, he graduated from Weymouth High School. Richie was a manager at Bay Point Marina, where he worked for 25 years. He was…

Virginia Marder Silbert Kupferman, 93

Virginia (“Ginger”) Marder Silbert Kupferman, formerly of Boynton Beach, Fla., and Hull, died on Aug. 17 after a short illness. She was 93. Born and raised in New Bedford, she settled in Hull with her husband, Sidney Silbert, and raised their four children here.  She was a prominent member of the community, serving active and/or leadership…

Police Log 8-19-21

Wednesday, August 11: 2:57 a.m. medical emergency, M Street, false/accidental alarm; 6:49 a.m. 911 call, Nantasket Avenue, unfounded; 8:39 a.m. B&E residential, Nantasket Avenue, false/accidental alarm; 9:20 a.m. suspicious vehicle, Spring Street, services rendered; 9:32 a.m. medical emergency, Nantasket Avenue, no action required; 9:46 a.m. public assist, R Street, services rendered; 9:59 a.m. well-being check,…