The International Private School Launches New Campus in Norwell

February 8, 2023 Submitted by SELA What’s the best way to celebrate a school’s 19th anniversary?  To celebrate a brand new 14-classroom, double playground second campus, according to SELA: The International Private School. SELA, the region’s only full immersion Spanish school, held a grand opening and ribbon cutting at its newest campus in Norwell last …

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Driver Arrested for Operating to Endanger

February 7, 2023 Submitted by the Hingham Police Department A driver was arrested for operating to endanger after being stopped for allegedly driving over 100 mph on Lincoln St. (Route 3A) Tuesday. This is the same street where a fatal crash took place two days earlier in which speed was a contributing factor. On February …

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Police Investigating Fatal Crash on Lincoln Street

February 7, 2023 Submitted by the Hingham Police Department Police are investigating a single car fatal crash that occurred on Lincoln Street (Route 3A) at the intersection of Shipyard Drive Sunday. On February 5, 2023 at 4:43pm a cell phone caller reported a car was driving westbound on Lincoln St. (Rte. 3A) and was “all …

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Hingham Police Log: Jan 2023

Photo by Scott Rodgerson on Unsplash To view the unedited day-by-day police log from the Hingham Police Department, click on the links below. Redactions are made by the Hingham Police Department and not by Hingham Anchor. Last Updated: February 3, 2023 12:54pm   January 5, 2023 January 6, 2023 January 7, 2023 January 8, 2023 …

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Town of Hingham Shares Safety Tips Ahead of Extreme Cold

February 3, 2023 Submitted by the Town of Hingham Town Administrator Tom Mayo and Fire Chief/Emergency Management Director Steve Murphy are warning residents about the incoming arctic blast and sharing tips for staying safe amid extreme cold. The forecast for Friday and Saturday, Feb. 3-4, calls for extreme cold in Hingham, with wind chills below …

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HPS budget discussions continue: ‘We need to get an override passed’

February 2, 2023 By Carol Britton Meyer Principals from the elementary, middle, and high schools joined Wednesday’s School Committee Budget Session V to share the “dire consequences” that potential cuts outlined in the proposed Hingham Public Schools balanced budget proposal would have on their students and staff unless an operating override is passed at the …

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$6.6 million grant awarded for Hingham ferry dock improvements

January 31, 2023 By Carol Britton Meyer A $6.6 million Federal Transit Authority (FTA) grant awarded to the MBTA for capital improvements to the Hingham ferry dock at the Hingham Shipyard will modernize the dock, improve safety and accessibility, and bring the facility into a state of good repair while enhancing the experience of commuters …

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Town of Hingham Reflects on Highlights and Achievements in 2022

January 31, 2023 Submitted by the Town of Hingham With the new year underway, Town Administrator Tom Mayo and the Town of Hingham are reflecting upon the town’s achievements from 2022. The town made strides in several key areas in 2022, including toward a more sustainable and climate-friendly future, made significant infrastructure improvements and hosted …

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Hingham Town Election Preview: Nine Potential Candidates So Far

January 31, 2023 By Carol Britton Meyer Nine citizens have taken out nomination papers for the Saturday, April 29, Town Election so far, including six incumbents — Town Moderator Michael Puzo; Select Board Chair William Ramsey; School Committee member Jennifer Benham; Municipal Light Board member Tyler Herrald; and Recreation Commissioners Vicki Donlan and Matthew LeBretton. …

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