Out-of-state family seeking medical care for their son finds comfort and support in the Hingham community

March 28, 2021 by Carol Britton Meyer *Photos courtesy of the Lewallen family* North Carolina residents Shae and Ken Lewallen and their two young sons have found a home-away-from home in Hingham while their newborn, Kobe, is undergoing treatment at Boston Children’s Hospital. It all started when resident Karen Deane read on a Hingham Facebook …

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South Shore Conservatory’s Performances Return with Blue Skies Ahead

Peter Mundt, bass; Photo courtesy of South Shore Conservatory March 25, 2021, Submitted by South Shore Conservatory South Shore Conservatory (SSC) presents Blue Skies Ahead, an evening of music and conversation with SSC’s Jazz, Rock, Pop (JRP) and World music faculty, on Saturday, April 10 at 7pm. This virtual event, free and open to the public, …

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Hingham Anchor & Brian Cavanaugh Team Up to Bring Irish Cheer to Community

March 18, 2021 by Anchor Staff photos by Joshua Ross Photography Yesterday, Brian Cavanaugh, a Hingham Resident and local mortgage lender, teamed up with The Hingham Anchor team to bring some luck of the Irish to the Hingham community in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. The team popped up with Bob Cameron, an Irish piper, …

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Hingham Unity Council Announces Housing Talk with Habitat for Humanity

March 4, 2021, Submitted by Hingham Unity Council Hingham Unity Council continues to explore the many aspects of affordable housing with the third installment in its Let’s Talk Housing series, which features South Shore Habitat for Humanity. All are welcome to join this online event, which is co-sponsored by the Hingham Congregational Church and the …

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The Transformation of the Energy Sector – Why Hingham Needs a Climate Action Plan

Photo by NASA on Unsplash March 14, 2021, Submitted by John Borger of Hingham Net Zero You probably have a smart phone. Take it out. It has many times more computing power and storage space than the personal computer you may have had only 15 years ago, not to mention a fantastic camera, robust Wi-Fi …

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Derby Street Shops Announces Arrival of Mill 77 Exchange, a Local Home Décor Shop, Opening Tomorrow

Photo Credit: Melissa Ostrow March 11, 2021, Submitted by Derby Street Shops Derby Street Shops expands upon its local offerings with the arrival of Mill 77 Exchange, opening Saturday, March 13, and featuring an exclusive variety of handmade furniture, décor, and a signature line of handcrafted objects for the home. Mill 77’s new store spans …

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South Shore Conservatory offers educational summer with [email protected]

A French horn student participates in Summer Music Festival, celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2021, courtesy image March 8, 2021, Submitted by the South Shore Conservatory South Shore Conservatory (SSC) announces its summer of exciting educational programs, June 9 – August 31 at its Hingham and Duxbury campuses. [email protected] includes in-person, hybrid and virtual individual and …

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Proposed Hingham landfill solar array gets nod of approval from Planning Board

March 2, 2021 by Carol Britton Meyer Hingham Municipal Lighting Plant plans to install a 396,000-watt solar array consisting of 1,188 solar panels on two acres of land atop the Hobart Street capped landfill following Planning Board approval Monday night. The light plant has licensed Omni Navitas Holdings LLC to be the owner and operator. …

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