lions mane jellyfish in the water next to a kayak

Lion Mane Jellyfish

The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) is warning the public of the presence of lion’s mane jellyfish at Nantasket Beach in the Town of Hull. Additionally, the agency has posted purple flags at the beach, which indicate the presence of dangerous marine animals. [File photo]

outside photo of a dozen people wearing bright yellow reflective vests standing next to paper shredding truck

Rotary Cheers Successful Event

Nantasket-Hull Rotary celebrate the success of the “Shred” Event for the Catherine Coccimiglio scholarship fund. The Club offered a secure and easy way to discard sensitive documents for a low fee. On a warm sunny day, over 100 cars stopped by to keep the shredder going to accommodate the needs of the community members who…

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…