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Officials urge residents to respond to potential cuts in MBTA train and ferry service to south shore towns

“The main event tonight is the next agenda item,” quipped Board of Selectmen Chair Mary Power at the start of last night’s meeting, “and that is the discussion of proposed MBTA Hingham, ferry and Greenbush rail service cuts.” Sen. Patrick O’Connor, Reps. Jamie Murphy and Joan Meschino, CEO of South Shore Chamber of Commerce Peter Forman and the town’s representative to the MBTA David Alschuler were all in…

World’s End Scheduled To Open On May 19th

The Trustees of Reservations just announced that World’s End is one of five properties that have a planned opening date of Tuesday, May 19th Here’s what you need to know: Parking lot capacity will be limited to 50% No transactions for parking will occur on-site…

Additional $4M to improve roadway, bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure on Route 3A approved by State

At the Harbor Development Committee meeting on Wednesday night, Route 3A Task Force member Deirdre Anderson announced that the Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) approved a second round of funding for the Route 3A/Summer Street Rotary Project as part of its Transportation Improvement Plan for 2021-25. The new funding amounts to $4 million.

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Board Of Selectmen Approve Warrant And Reduce Quorum To 200 For Outdoor Town Meeting On November 21st

The Selectmen have signed and issued the Warrant for Special Town Meeting that is scheduled for Saturday, November 21st and will be held on the multipurpose field at the high school. Extreme heat was a concern at Annual Town Meeting in June, but cooling stations will be replaced with warming huts at next month’s Meeting. Backup plans have been put into place so that the Town can stay on track with a vote to approve the purchase of a parcel of land at 335 Lincoln Street in the Shipyard which will be the site of a new Public Safety Facility and will house police headquarters and the North Street Fire Station.

Additional $4M to improve roadway, bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure on Route 3A approved by State

At the Harbor Development Committee meeting on Wednesday night, Route 3A Task Force member Deirdre Anderson announced that the Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) approved a second round of funding for the Route 3A/Summer Street Rotary Project as part of its Transportation Improvement Plan for 2021-25. The new funding amounts to $4 million.

Ready for summer? These are two local, eco-friendly fashion brands to follow

Hingham is becoming the capital for sustainable summer fashion. From swimsuits made from recycled and regenerative fibers to beach totes from repurposed boat sails, Call To Action (C2A) and Breakwater Blue are two local brands offering unique fashion without compromising environmental…

Mother’s Day at La Petite Maison

Nan Walsh has been the owner of La Petite Maison at 142 North Street for more than 20 years. The store was originally half its size. Then in 2009 they expanded and took over the corner space. Nan loves being downtown. “What we have is so special,” she said. “Having a real downtown that is so vibrant and precious.” The shop sells a lot of soaps and fragrances.  When the pandemic started, Nan got creative and put together the “quarantine survival kit.”

Budget concerns delay Hingham school building maintenance program

Hingham Public School budget constraints are delaying several capital investment and maintenance projects. John W. Ferris Director of Business and Support Services reviewed about two dozen projects planned for the High School, Middle School and four elementary schools with the Capital & Facilities Subcommittee of the Hingham School…

School Committee Votes In Favor Of Selectmen’s FY21 Financial Management Plan Amid COVID-19 Concerns

On Monday afternoon after a brief discussion, the School Committee voted to adopt a financial proposal that was presented to them by the Board of Selectmen. When a roll call of the seven members was taken, six School Committee members voted in favor. Libby…

Easy & Healthy Mother’s Day Recipe

Sautéed Shrimp with Garlic and Marjoram over Lemon-Quinoa Pilaf and Sautéed Kale JAM Gourmet Foods and Catering

World’s End Scheduled To Open May 19th

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Hingham Golf Courses Could Open As Early As Today

Governor Charlie Baker will announce that golf courses in Massachusetts will be able to reopen as early as today under specific guidelines, which are expected to be released and detailed this afternoon.

With High School Sports Shut Down, Hingham Lacrosse Player Ready for Another Chance to Contribute

Normally much of Hingham would be consumed by lacrosse right now. However, like all spring sports, high school lacrosse was shut down this week due to the coronavirus outbreak. George Egan dreamed about this season of lacrosse.

Hingham officials express concern over large-scale homes

Residents and Planning Board members expressed concern about the influx of large-scale homes in Hingham during the Planning Board meeting on Monday night. More than thirty people dialed into the meeting when they learned that a controversial plan for a new home in the Crow Point neighborhood was on the agenda.

Did you know that Accord Pond is a reservoir?

Accord Pond is a 100-acre water reservoir located at the intersection of Hingham, Norwell and Rockland. The reservoir is a source of water for the towns of Hingham and Hull as well as part of Cohasset. The outflow of the reservoir is Accord Brook, which is a tributary of the Weir River.

A Progressive Approach To The “New Normal”

Never before have we been forced to grapple with the issues of conducting the business of life during a worldwide pandemic while at the same time having, at our fingertips, the technological solutions to help us rise to meet its challenges. The Digital Revolution, close to 70 years in the making, has forever altered the landscape of our lives…

Mother’s Day at La Petite Maison

Nan Walsh has been the owner of La Petite Maison at 142 North Street for more than 20 years. The store was originally half its size. Then in 2009 they expanded and took over the corner space. Nan loves being downtown. “What we have is so special,” she said. “Having a real downtown that is so vibrant and precious.” The shop sells a lot of soaps and fragrances.  When the pandemic started, Nan got creative and put together the “quarantine survival kit.”

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