With so many places to bask in the sun’s last rays in Hull, it’s not surprising that the A Street Pier has become one of the favorite spots to enjoy the remains of the day. Capturing fun poses against the setting sun’s silhouette is a great way to preserve memories.


Tuesday night’s sunset sent a dramatic cascade of color flowing over the Hull peninsula. PhotographerRichard Green captured this bird’s-eye view of the scene from his drone. [Richard Green photo]

people standing around near food preparation

March Meal Madness

Craig Wolfe, organizer extraordinaire, was thrilled with the “epic” Spring Forward Dinner event last Sunday that provided more than 600 free ham dinners with all the fixings that were prepared, plated, packaged, and delivered to hundreds of households in just two hours. More than 100 volunteers of adults and students from Hull, Hingham, and Cohasset…

lady holding toddler standing next to easter bunny and two daughters in cheerleading costumes

An Egg-cellent Day

Last Saturday the Easter Bunny visited Hull for an “Easter Bunny Drive-Through” event at the Jacobs School, sponsored by the Hull Recreation Department. The event raised $1,000 to benefit Hull’s Senior Center. Pictured here are Sara Jacobson with Iris, 3, the Easter Bunny, Ada, 7, and Grace, 8. For more photos, turn to page 9.…


Matt McCluskey shows off his winning form in the Long Jump and Elsie Harper is first to the finish line in the 55 Meters in the teams’ wins over Norwell. [Photos courtesy of Michelle Lanner]