DORCHESTER — College Hype, the custom screen printing and embroidery company out of Dorchester and Weymouth, announced its “customer of the month”: Timberline Construction, founded by Steve Kelly, and located in Canton, Massachusetts. Steve’s company includes more than 140 employees between Timberline Construction Corp and Timberline Communications Inc. Upon receiving the recognition, Steve offered a few words about his company, which is marking its 20th anniversary this year. Q: How do you like working with…

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On one of his day of travels, Bill Brett filled his tank at the station on Rte. 53 in Weymouth (near St. Albert’s church), which, he noted, pumps the gas for you. (It is a bylaw in a few Mass communities.) And he spotted this second gas station in Boston (at Mass Ave. and Columbus Ave.) The statewide average, according to AAA, is $3.20 per gallon, up about a dollar from 2020 and right about…

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Editor’s Note: The following was written by Paul Doyle, a friend of Bill Brett’s and this page, who lives in Weymouth and currently recuperating from back surgery. We offer these words to mark Veterans Day, November 11, which was started as “Armistice Day,” in 1919, the first anniversary of World War I. In 1926, the US Congress passed a resolution for an annual observance, and Nov. 11 became a national holiday beginning in 1938. By…

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WEYMOUTH — Students of Weymouth High School were joined by town leaders on Saturday, June 13, 2020 in a show of support of Black lives and against racial injustice. A few hundred people gathered at Weymouth’s Legion Field for the vigil. Olivia Pietruszewski, a 2018 Weymouth High School graduate and organizer of the event, said the event was a way to come together as a community and raise awareness of the issue of police brutality…

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