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By Greg Lane
Updated May 1, 2020

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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

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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.

Hingham’s frontline workers give us much to be grateful for during this time. They work hard to keep us safe and continue to ensure that important services remain uninterrupted.

There are many organizations accepting contributions, both big and small. However, if you’re looking for an opportunity to contribute locally, consider supporting FLAG (Front Line Appreciation Group) Boston. They use funds to provide meals from local restaurants to front line medical staff, which has the added benefit of keeping these restaurants afloat.

“How generous our community has been,” says Kathleen Thrun, an organizer from Hingham. “We all stand united to help our frontline workers.

Please note that a gift does not qualify as a tax-deductible donation. Rather, it is a kindness to our local community.

Thank you and stay safe.
Hingham Current

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Hingham Public Schools
Hingham Department of Public Works
Peel Pizza Co.
The Green Light Hingham
Fruit Center Marketplace
FLAG (Front Line Appreciation Group) Boston
Hingham Students

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