Winthrop Man Fined $300 For Large Party Violating Coronavirus RestrictionsA Winthrop man was fined $300 for hosting a large party last weekend that violated several state COVID-19 restrictions.
Winthrop Enforcing Face Mask Requirement, Other Coronavirus Restrictions With $1,000 FineAnyone failing to follow rules about wearing a face covering and other coronavirus restrictions in Winthrop could pay a steep price.
Winthrop Revises Construction Plan, Will Not Shut Off Water For ResidentsWinthrop told residents that due to the coronavirus, they will not be shutting off water during a value replacement project in town.
Winthrop To Shut Off Water To Do Repairs Despite Coronavirus CrisisStarting Monday night, some residents in Winthrop won’t be able to wash their hands. The town says it is beginning a valve replacement project and plans to shut the water off.
First Coronavirus Death Reported In MassachusettsAn 87-year-old man became the first person in Massachusetts to die from coronavirus.
Former Hockey Coach Arrested After Failing To Face Sexual Abuse Charges In VermontA former Marblehead hockey coach was arrested after he failed to show up in a Vermont court where he faces child sexual assault charges.
Winthrop Man Charged After 2 Passengers Killed In Alleged Drunk Driving CrashA man who was allegedly drunk when he crashed into a parked car in Winthrop is expected to be arraigned Monday on two charges of motor vehicle homicide.
2 Dead, Man To Be Charged With OUI After Crash In WinthropTwo people were killed in a crash in Winthrop Sunday and the driver will be facing charges, State Police said.
Missing 14-Year-Old Girl Found Safe In WinthropA 14-year-old girl who was reported missing Tuesday morning has been found safe.
Winthrop Ferry Back In Service After Staffing, Engine IssuesA Winthrop ferry that has proven to be a headache for some residents is back in service.
I-Team: Winthrop Ferry Commuters Left High And DryIt was billed as a comfortable way for Winthrop commuters to avoid rush hour traffic. However, for more than six weeks, their million-dollar ferry has been out of commission.