Preliminary investigation indicates an ongoing medical condition caused Fruit Center truck crash

August 21, 2019 information courtesy of Hingham Police Department (photos courtesy of Tom Foye, Hull Times) A 69 year old Brockton man was the only person injured Tuesday after his truck drove off the road and struck the side of an occupied business. Just before the crash numerous motorists called 9-1-1 reporting the truck driving …

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South Shore Special Needs Athletic Partnership (snap) Announces Fall Programs

SNAP is pleased to announce its Fall 2019 lineup of recreational and athletic programs for students who receive special education services.  Our Fall programs will include:  Boxygen fitness & boxing, flag football, learn-to-skate/learn-to-play hockey, soccer, and yoga/Zumba.  Check out our Facebook page @southshoresnap for more information and our website www.southshoresnap.com.   Please direct any questions to …

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Selectmen Wrapup: Water Company Capital Repair; POW/MIA Memorial; Harbor Dredging Update

By Carol Britton Meyer Moving the POW/MIA Memorial to a different location at the harborfront, a capital repair at the water treatment plant, and a harbor dredging update topped the Selectmen’s August 13 agenda. The board approved the relocation of the POW/MIA memorial and flagpole from its current location at Hingham Harbor to “a new, …

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From Cracker Barrel to The Barrel: New trial sign name, but nothing else has changed

August 15, 2019 by Carol Britton Meyer When the Cracker Barrel  — now called “The Barrel” on a trial basis — at 613 Main St. re-opened in the fall of 2016 after being closed for several months, new owners Hugh and Mel McLaughlin envisioned a community gathering place frequented by both adults and kids. The …

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Board of Health Update on Local Mosquito Protection Plan and Tips for Personal Protection

August 15, 2019 provided by The Hingham Health Department The Hingham Health Department follows an Arbovirus Surveillance Plan that is through the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and the Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project. The purpose of the plan is so that all towns in MA have a planned, consistent approach to mosquito control. The …

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Visit the Hingham Farmers’ Market this Saturday in Honor of Hingham Farmers’ Market Day

Hingham’s popular farmers’ market officially came into existence in 1977 and is recognized as the Commonwealth’s third oldest. It had existed for many years previously and, while we don’t know exactly when it began, we do know that Hingham had a vibrant agricultural community of which it was a part. This Saturday marks the end …

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