GATHERING OF PIERS

An enthusiastic group of Allerton Hill residents met at the Hull Yacht Club on Tuesday to discuss restarting the Point Allerton Association after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID19 pandemic. Allerton Hill neighbors who are interested in becoming association members are asked to sign up at www.pointallerton.org. [Photo courtesy of Joe Berkeley]

lady holding giant white owl on her hand

OWL BE SEEING YOU

An enthusiastic crowd welcomed Marcia and Mark Wilson from Eyes On Owls, an educational group that teaches the public about these wild birds and their habitats, during a school vacation week program sponsored by the Friends of the Hull Public Library. The Wilsons brought their program to the Nantasket Beach Salt Water Club last Wednesday…

ON THE HUNT

Great Egrets are tall birds with long S-shaped necks and long bills. When hunting for fish, frogs, or other small animals in shallow water, their long legs provide them with the great advantage of mobility among the reeds and mudflats, like this adult in the Weir River this week. [Skip Tull photo]

old typewriter

April 27, 1972 

To launch cement boat on May 11: The launching of the cement ketch Solange at Plummer’s Boat Yard Allerton has been moved ahead to May 11 from May 18, due to more favorable tides, it was said today by Mr. and Mrs. Joachen Robiller, who plan to tour the world in the trim craft. “We are…

kids in blue and yellow jerseys playing soccer on a green field in the distance

Girls lacrosse still rolling

The Hull High School girls varsity lacrosse team has won seven in a row to improve to 7-2 (3-1 SSL) after wins on the road over Fontbonne and Rockland. Last Friday, Hull defeated host Fontbonne, 16-9. Grace Grosso tallied four goals, Nina Tiani had three goals, and Maeve White, Elly Thomas, and Fallon Ryan added…