Boardwalk could be joined by major mixed-use development

Developer planning housing, retail, and more for key beachfront parcel By Carol Britton Meyer   Paragon Boardwalk venue. “This will start the process,” he said. “With the [pandemic-related] closures and the state of the [arcade] building currently located there, we feel the time is right to propose a mixed-use housing/commercial development within the Nantasket Beach Overlay…

July – December 2020 in review

JULY On July 1, Massachusetts reported 261 new cases of COVID-19. Hull’s total number of cases since Jan. 1 was 51. Jennifer Constable was appointed chairwoman of the Board of Selectmen in the board’s annual postelection reorganization. Selectman Greg Grey and new member Donna Pursel were appointed as vice chairman and clerk, respectively. The Board…

Term 2 Honor Roll

Seniors – High Honors: Maeve Donohue, John Meagher, Jacob Rickard, Victoria Rosado, Melissa Rymaszewski. Honors: Hayden Anastos, Siobhan Burke, Jenna Canavan, Emma Carney, Kayla Chenette, Katie Clifford, Carly Donovan, Bianca Foresta, Alexandra Gampel, Cliff Germain, Emily Glennon, Hannah Hanlon, Isabella Hendrickson, Robert Hunter, Maximillian Iorio, Anna Mahoney, Christopher McCluskey, Kacee McKinney, Benjamin Olivieri, James Polito,…

two ladies standing in candy show, audrey the employee and maria stolt the owner of nantasket swedes

Nantasket Sweets by Swedes, a Swedish candy store, opened on December 24th, with their goal to “bring magic to Hull.”

Opening of new candy store brings a sweet spot to Hull Nantasket Sweets by Swedes, a Swedish candy store, opened on Nantasket Avenue Christmas Eve, perhaps with the well-timed goal to “bring magic to Hull.” Sweets by Swedes does not sell your average candy; there is no high fructose corn syrup, GMOs, or trans fats. The…