Joe Kidston was on Nantasket Beach this morning: Read more.
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Early riser Joe Kidston captured the rainbow over the water in Hull this morning.
Joe Kidston shows us the sunset in Hull this evening.
Boston Timelapse captured what appears to be a lightning strike at Logan from a National Park Service camera atop the Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown. Read more.
Joe Kidston watched the sun come up over Nantasket Beach this morning.
Hull man who spent time in prison for securities fraud going back to prison for pandemic-relief fraud
A federal judge yesterday sentenced Shane Spierdowis, 31, of Hull, to two years in federal prison for collecting pandemic economic funds he had no right to - because they were based on shell companies, and he claimed money for a period that included the time he was in prison for violating probation on an earlier securities-fraud conviction. Read more.
Joe Kidston got up an hour earlier to enjoy the sunrise at Nantasket Beach.
Hull man admits to submitting bogus payroll records to get coronavirus loans covering time when he was in prison for violating parole on a stock-fraud conviction
Shane Spierdowis, 31, pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud yesterday in connection with more than $190,000 in loans he got last year to help retain the employees he claimed he had for a company that turned out not to exist, over a period of time in which he was locked up for violating parole on an earlier securities-fraud conviction. Read more.
Joe Kidston watched the sun go down over the Back Bay, downtown Boston and Boston Harbor from Hull this evening.
If you've been hankering to get to Nantasket Beach, you'll probably have to get there even earlier than usual
State Police announced today that starting tomorrow, DCR is cutting the number of state-run parking spaces at Nantasket Beach by 50%.
Neil the roving UHub photographer captured a fisherman at sunset this evening at Hull Gut.
Chris Gloninger shows us the Nor'easter-toss'd sea foam at Nantasket Beach.
David Parsons watched the full moonrise over Hull this evening.
Matt Frank watched it as well, but up in Nahant: Read more.
Graffiti at Fort Revere in Hull is nothing new. But Hull Police report the virulent anti-Semitic and racist graffiti at the old fort is different: Read more.
WCVB reports a ferry from Hull ran aground on Long Island this morning after being cut off by a "sport fishing boat."
Dan Ladd watched the fire from across the water off Hull this evening. WFXT reports four people were rescued, with none injured.
I took this photo with my phone as I waited on the gangway for the 6 a.m. commuter ferry from Hull to Long Wharf. It is a photo of the boat house from which rowers from the Hull Lifesaving Museum launch their boats every Saturday morning.
At high tide today, Neil looked out at his condo parking lot off Nantasket Avenue in Hull.
— Marc Hurwitz (@MarcHurBoston) November 19, 2017
Marc Hurwitz shows us the angry sea at Hull this morning.
Scott Cluett shows us Boston Harbor from up in the air over the South Shore this morning.
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