Teenage girls wearing neon, mismatched clothes and vests celebrating spirit week at high school

SHOWING THEIR COLORS.

Hull High’s Spirit Week included Neon Day, in which students dressed in – you guessed it – neon colors. Among those showing their spirit at the high school were, from left, Isabella Mahoney, Georgia Carragher, Ruby Schultz, Maeve Mulvihill, Maria Polito, Katherine Orpen, and Summer Hill. [Photo courtesy of Maeve Mulvihill]

Temple announces Holy Day services

Temple Beth Sholom has posted its schedule of services for the High Holy Days. On Saturday, Oct.1 at 9:30 a.m., Shabbat morning services and Kiddush will be held at the Temple Israel Sanctuary. On Tuesday, Oct, 4, Erev Yom Kippur at 6 p.m. Evening Ma’ariv Service and Kol Nidre at the Temple Israel Sanctuary. On…

September 28th, 2022

As published in The Hull-Nantasket Times Compiled by John J. Galluzzo   Thursday, September 28, 1972    HRA reverts to original plan: The Hull Redevelopment Authority is expected to vote to return to the original plan for development of Project One, and cancel the controversial plan revisions. HRA Chairman Charles E. Gould said this morning,…

9-29-22 Police Log

Wednesday, 9/21: 3:48 a.m. Park Avenue. Caller reports a suspicious vehicle in the driveway of a vacant house. They noticed it 10 minutes ago and now can see someone in it with the interior light on. Officers report clear. No issues…7 a.m. Nantasket Road. Caller reports a vehicle blocking his parking lot. It is a…

In The Sportlight Sept 29th

Senior moments keep football team undefeated: Senior moments are not occurrences we look forward to having. However, on Friday night, senior moments led the way to Hull’s third straight win to open the season. Senior quarterback Luke Richardson scored twice, senior John Gianibas had a pair of touchdowns, and senior Tyler Sordillo caught a 47-yard…