hull youth baseball team standing for group photo

Love of baseball connects two worlds: It started out as a volunteer vacation. It has grown into a mission of passion for Hull resident Craig Welence.

In January 2005, Welence brought his son along on a medical mission trip where they were introduced to a Dominican physician who had a part-time job teaching English to Boston Red Sox-signed players in the DR. In turn, they met numerous MLB and Dominican League players, which inspired them to create a trip for their…

inside a school auditorium with red curtains and no windows

Students to ‘break a leg’ in theatre festival entry

After months of hard work, Hull High School Theatre Arts is bringing performances back again – this time, blessedly, mask-free. They will be performing the play “Tartuffe, “which is entirely student-run. Directors of the theater department and producers of “Tartuffe,” sisters Emily and Erin O’Donnell, said they had student-run performances during their time at Hull…

4 story brick condos with terraces

MODERNE ART. Construction on the Art Deco-style apartment building at 163 Nantasket Ave. is nearing completion. [Richard W. Green photo]

Mixed-use complex to add  41 apartments to beachfront The Art Deco-style residential and commercial development at 163 Nantasket Ave. – built on the former site of Marvel’s Lunch Box – is nearing completion, with tenants expected to start occupying the studio and one-bedroom apartments by May. The 41-unit project, named Ocean Bay Nantasket, is the…