ONE FOR THE BOOKS. Hull’s Deborah McCarthy is the newly elected vice president of the Massachusetts Teachers Association. She is shown here outside the Boston Public Library with the new president of the teachers union, Max Page. [Courtesy photo] As she assumes VP role in state teachers’ union, educator credits Hull roots for ‘fighting’ spirit…

June is for Lovebirds

Text and photo by John J. Galluzzo What’s been seen: We were a little bit light on the songbirds in May, but then, Hull is not ideally suited habitat-wise for many of the warbler species that pass through here anyway. If you happened to the top of Farina Road and Fort Revere Park mid-month, though,…

Garden Club names scholarship winner

The Hull Garden Club wishes to congratulate the recipient of the Club’s 2022 Scholarship. This award is given to someone who best exemplifies the values of the club. We strive to care for one another and the world around us with our community service, environmental causes, and beautification projects. This year’s award goes to Hull…

June 1, 1972

As published in The Hull-Nantasket Times Compiled by John J. Galluzzo Weeks urges peace terms be accepted: Former State Senator William D. Weeks, guest speaker at Hull’s Memorial Day services Monday, highlighted a brief address by commenting: “United States peace terms to North Vietnam should be acceptable without delay.” Weeks, who has announced his candidacy…

PorchFest fundraiser set for June 7

Mark your calendars for this Tuesday night, June 7, to help raise money for PorchFest, the annual music festival that will be held for the third year this fall. Organizers have planned an evening of music beginning at 7 p.m. with The Belted Galloways and Mike Dardis at The Parrot restaurant, which is featuring a…