Duxbury Football: A Failure on So Many Levels

Glenn Mangurian April 1, 2021 by Glenn Mangurian By now you (and the nation) have heard that the Duxbury High School football team used the words “Auschwitz, dreidel and rabbi” as their audible signals in a recent game against Plymouth North High. We don’t know if this was the first time those words were used …

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OPINION: MARCH 29, 2021 – VIETNAM VETERANS DAY

MARCH 29, 2021 – VIETNAM VETERANS DAY By Dave Sargeant There was a weekly magazine, called LIFE, which ended its publication in 1972. Indelibly etched in my memory is the magazine’s front page picture in March 1965 of the Marines landing in Danang on March 8th  of that year on a section of the shore …

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“It Takes a Village to Make Hingham Hingham” by Glenn Mangurian

Glenn Mangurian March 19, 2021 by Glenn Mangurian Hingham would not be Hingham without hundreds of our citizens who volunteer their time as town leaders, committee members and youth coaches to name just a few. Those who have served as selfless citizens over the past 385 years have helped create the town we cherish today. …

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OPINION: Reinventing Holiday Traditions

Feb. 13, 2021 by Maya Hobson Did anyone have a feeling that Christmas and other holidays would be different this year? Well, I did. Hingham has had various celebrations that might have been different from the past. As far as Covid goes, we weren’t able to have our big Christmas parties and the amount of …

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OPINION: The Great Peril of Puppy Poop

Photo courtesy of Georgia and Louisa Mae Goldman February 11, 2021, Submitted by Georgia Goldman Recently I noticed that our community is littered with dog poop. It makes me very frustrated when I am picking up my dog’s poop and others are not! Do you know that when you leave dog poop you are not …

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