This week we learn what's new with 2012 Swampscott High graduate Hannah King, a sophomore at the University of New Hampshire where she is an equine business major.
Hannah who ran distance races at Swampscott High for both the track and cross country teams is on the UNH equestrian team.
She competes in fence jumping on a team with a strong riding program.
The team has finished as a champion or reserve champion from 2011-2013 in their zone and region and, in 2011, placed 10th nationally in the IHSA Championships.
Hannah came in 4th in her group of competitors last Saturday at Middlebury and in second last Sunday at show at the University of Vermont.
If you would like to share information about a Swampscott young person who has gone on to college, the miltary or another endeavor send it and a photo to Terry.Date@Patch.com for our next Where Are They Now.
The original version of this story had an incorrect year for Hannah's graduation. She graduated in 2012.
2. Academic Notes:
The following local residents were among more than 1,080 students from Roger Williams University to receive their degrees during the University's Commencement ceremony held on May 18, 2013.
3. Weather Watch:
Thursday's forecast calls for a mostly sunny day with a high temperature of 50 degrees.
- Sunrise: 7:07 a.m.
- Low tide: 9:18 a.m.
- High tide: 3:33 p.m.
- Sunset: 5:47 p.m.
4. Trick or Treat Notes:
Trick or Treat is Thursday, Oct 31 in Swampscott.
5. Winter Parking Notes:The Swampscott Police Department would like to announce that it is now accepting applications for the Town’s Winter Parking Ban. The Winter Parking Ban requires that motor vehicles must be off of the roadways between the hours of 1 A.M. and 6 A.M. from December 1, 2013 (the evening of November 30th) through 6 A.M. March 30, 2014. The only vehicles that may be left on the road during these hours are vehicles with valid Winter Parking stickers. Vehicles found to be in violation will be issued parking violations based upon the following conditions:
- The absence of a parking waiver sticker ($20.00)
- Vehicle parked on the street despite forecasted snowfall, regardless of being issued a sticker ($25.00).
- Vehicle parked on the street during a snow emergency and/or impeding snow removal ($50.00).
Interested parties may pick up applications and guidelines at the Swampscott Police Department or online atwww.swampscottpolice.com. There is a $30.00 non-refundable fee per motor vehicle for the application. Checks or money orders only are to be made payable to the Town of Swampscott. A copy of the registration for each vehicle at the residence must be submitted with the application.