Notre Dame Academy Celebrates 166th Commencement on MAY 17, Erin McDonough, Class of 1982 to Speak

For its 166th Commencement Exercises, Notre Dame Academy welcomes  Erin McDonough, Senior Vice President, Strategic Communication and Chief Communication Officer at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and a graduate from the Class of 1982, to address the Class of 2019. Erin drives comprehensive communication and marketing activities, advancing the Brigham’s mission and bringing stories of inspirational …

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Derby Academy Second Trimester Honors Announced

Derby Academy is proud to recognize students who have received First and Second Honors for the second trimester of the 2018-2019 school year. Derby Academy recognized students from Hingham who have received First Honors for the second trimester of the 2018-2019 school year on Thursday, May 9, 2019. From left, back row, Derby Academy Head …

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Harborfront Signs Will Depict Part of Hingham’s Rich History

May 13, 2019 by Carol Britton Meyer Harborfront signs depicting some of the rich history of the waterfront will be installed and then unveiled to the community this summer. “The idea is to convey what has happened at the harbor since 1635,” Bruce MacAloney — a member of the Harbor Development Committee Hingham Harbor Signage …

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Coyote alert! Hingham residents air concerns, call for action

May 8, 2019 by Carol Britton Meyer Numerous coyote sightings in unsettling numbers and related incidents in different parts of town have been reported on social media, to Animal Control Officer Leslie Badger, through the 911 emergency dispatch center, and most recently to the Selectmen, who put the issue on the agenda after noticing social …

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Remembering the Hingham Shipyard

REMEMBERING THE HINGHAM SHIPYARD Tuesday, June 4, 2019 HINGHAM TOWN HALL 16:00 hrs. / 4:00 pm The Town of Hingham Department of Veterans’ Services in conjunction with the Hingham Historical Commission and the Hingham Planning Board, is proud to unveil priceless World War II memorabilia directly related to the Hingham Shipyard and its support of …

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It’s Military Appreciation Month: How Can You Help in Hingham?

The 24/7 drop-off trunk is in the parking lot to the right of the First Baptist Church.   May 7, 2019 by Carol Britton Meyer As part of Compass Cares and in honor of Military Appreciation Month, the real estate agents at the South Shore/Hingham Compass office at the Hingham Shipyard are collecting donations for …

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Mayo Confirms Investigation is Underway on Two Hingham Employees

May 6, 2019, Anchor Team Report An NBC10 Boston report that aired April 30 on the 11 p.m. news (“Tip Leads to Investigation of Hingham Town Employees Possibly Double-Dipping”) alleged that the town engineer and a member of his staff reported overlapping hours to the Quincy Department of Public Works for work they did at …

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Breaking News -Fireworks Postponed Until 2020!

Fireworks Postponed Until 2020: Volunteers Sought to Continue the Tradition The Hingham Lions Club has decided to postpone, albeit reluctantly, its next July 4th Community celebration — which includes spectacular fireworks over Hingham Harbor — until 2020. The Club issued the following press release — including providing a copy to town officials and departments that …

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Help Feed Hungry Families in Hingham

The United States Post Office is sponsoring a nationwide collection of healthy, non-perishable food items Saturday, May 11, as part of its annual food drive. It’s easy to give — just leave your items by your mailbox for your letter carrier to pick up and deliver to local food banks and pantries. The Hingham Food …

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