Oh Deer! Fawn Rescued After Falling 25 Feet Into Treatment Plant Pit A young deer got into some deep trouble on Thursday.
Man Arrested For Having Several Weapons, Alcohol On Hull BeachThe fifty-five-year-old man is charged with possession of an unlicensed firearm, carrying a firearm with ammunition, carrying a dangerous weapon, and illegal consumption of alcohol on state property.
Hull Man And Pregnant Wife Charged With Growing MarijuanaA man and his pregnant wife were arrested after police raided a Hull home and found a large marijuana operation.
Cleanup Effort Begins At Vandalized Fort Revere Park In HullState workers began cleaning graffiti off of historic Fort Revere Park Monday in Hull after it was vandalized over the weekend.
Historic Fort Revere Park VandalizedNew spray-paint graffiti baring vulgar messages was found covering the exterior of the old concrete military bunkers at Fort Revere Park.
Donald Trump Campaign Sign Set On Fire In HullPolice are searching for the person who vandalized a Donald Trump campaign sign in Hull.
Pre-Civil War Era Shipwreck Found At Nantasket BeachThe state's underwater archaeologist has identified it as a pre-Civil War era cargo ship.
Hull Outage Leaves 6,000 Without PowerAbout 6,000 people were without power in Hull Monday morning due to an outage.
Hull Firefighter Facing Drug Charges Released On BailA Hull firefighter was arrested Thursday for allegedly passing fraudulent prescriptions, with at least on of the incidents occurring while he was on duty.
Suffolk Poll Finds Coakley Leading Democratic Primary In 2 Bellwether TownsA recent Suffolk University poll found Martha Coakley leading Steve Grossman and Don Berwick in the bellwether towns of Hull and Randolph in their primary contest for governor.
Daily Talker: Court Orders Hull Woman To Stop Feeding BirdsNeighbors of a woman from Hull have won a four-year battle to get her to stop feeding birds. The town took Gail Kansky to court because of the swarms of sparrows, pigeons, and other birds that surround her bird feeder and her home. It claimed the flocks of birds were causing a health hazard.
Beachgoers Enjoy Waves Despite Riptide ConcernsHurricane Arthur prompted officials to warn beachgoers about riptides.