Reservation request applications for transient moorings are now being accepted

April 16, 2021 from the Hingham Police Department The Harbormaster’s Office is now accepting reservation applications for transient moorings. Transient moorings are located in the Inner Harbor, World’s End, Bumpkin Island, and Langlee Island. Reservation requests can now be submitted online through Onlinemooring.com. Rentals are available from June 1, 2021 through October 1st, 2021. To submit …

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This Week’s Weather Report by Meteorologist, Michael Page: “Nicer days ahead”

Photo by Thomas Willmott on Unsplash April 17, 2021 by Meteorologist, Michael Page Unlike some parts of New England, Hingham only saw a few snowflakes mix in with the much needed rain that fell last week, but it was still an unwelcome sight for many. This week offers some much nicer days ahead, just in time …

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Glenn Mangurian: Alexander Hamilton says, “Don’t throw away your (Covid) shot”

April 9, 2021 by Glenn Mangurian “I am not throwin’ away my shot I am not throwin’ away my shot Hey yo, I’m just like my country I’m young, scrappy and hungry And I’m not throwin’ away my shot” – Alexander Hamilton from “Hamilton” Have you received your Covid shot yet? I received my second …

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July 4th parade decision expected mid-May; Hingham Rec planning virtual race; fireworks uncertain

Photo courtesy of the Hingham 4th of July Parade Committee April 14, 2021 By Carol Britton Meyer The Fourth of July Parade Committee has the challenging job of planning for this traditional holiday event while in the midst of COVID-19 uncertainty. A decision as to whether or not there will be a parade this year …

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UPDATE: Families asked to comply with HPS travel policy with Spring break on the horizon

Photo by Ross Parmly on Unsplash April 13, 2021 by Carol Britton Meyer Families with out-of-state travel plans during the upcoming Spring vacation week are asked to adhere to the Hingham Public Schools updated travel policy approved by the School Committee Monday night. Supt. of Schools Paul Austin will be emailing more information to parents …

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Self Harm: When Kids Cut

Danielle Charpentier has been covering her arm with tattoos. She says she doesn’t want her scars to be the first thing people see, but they tell her story too. April 13, 2021 by The Hingham Cast (Warning: This episode of The Hingham ‘Cast talks about difficult topics including suicide. It may be a trigger for …

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South Shore Country Club gearing up for a busy summer; SNAP, Hingham Rec camps add to the fun

Photo courtesy of Kerry Floyd April 12, 2021 by Carol Britton Meyer If the bustle of activity at South Shore Country Club this Spring is any indication, the summer season is bound to be even busier. “One of the few pleasant surprises during COVID-19 is that for the first time in many years, our golf …

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