Making a difference: Newly-retired Hingham Fire captain looks back on his years of service

Captain Rob Keyes of the Hingham Fire Department (Courtesy Photo).  April 19, 2021 by Carol Britton Meyer Captain Rob Keyes, a longtime resident, retired recently after serving with the Hingham Fire Department for more than 33 years in different roles, including 12 years as an EMT on ambulance runs, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) coordinator, and …

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Hingham couple celebrating 70th Valentine’s Day together

Photo courtesy of Ann and Don Campbell; the Custom House in Boston February 14, 2021 by Carol Britton Meyer There’s no time like Valentine’s Day to honor longtime Hingham residents Ann and Don Campbell, who will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary on April 1. Counting the years they were together before they got married, this will …

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Award-winning Hingham resident carries on her work in son’s memory to help find a cure for kidney disease

Photo courtesy of Elise Warhaftig December 1, 2020 by Carol Britton Meyer Hingham resident Elise Warhaftig said she was “really surprised” when she learned she was chosen as the recipient of the 20th-anniversary NephCure Kidney International Humanitarian of the Year Award. She has raised nearly $1 million for this cause over the past 12 years. …

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Staying Safe with Hingham’s Elementary Safety Officer Katelin McGillicuddy

Photo by Joshua Ross Photography. November 23, 2020 by Gabrielle S. Martin Katelin McGillicuddy serves the community as Safety Officer for Hingham’s elementary schools. Safety Officer McGillicuddy is married with two children, ages three and one; she also owns an old English bulldog. She grew up here in Hingham. After attending Sacred Heart University for …

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Making Rounds with Frontline Nurse Anna Dupras of South Shore Hospital

by Gabrielle S. Martin The Hingham Anchor is honored to highlight Anna Dupras, a nurse at South Shore Hospital. Dupras has seen first-hand what it’s like at the frontlines of defense against the ongoing coronavirus pandemic; we are grateful to share her experiences and perspectives through this interview. Dupras grew up here in Hingham and …

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