Hingham Historical Society invites you to share Your Living History of “Hingham on Hold”

March 30, 2020 submitted by the Hingham Historical Society The Hingham Historical Society is collecting and preserving Hingham History during the 2020 COVID19 Pandemic. Please send personal reflections, stories, photos and videos that chronicle your experience and express your response to life in Hingham on Hold. The Historical Society will compile and preserve these submissions, as …

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Boathouse Bistro Establishes Fund to Offer Discounted Meals to Local Heroes

March 27, 2020 Fund will help offer free meals to grocery story workers, medical workers and first responders Boathouse Bistro, located at 19 Shipyard Drive in the Hingham Shipyard is launching a new program today that will provide free family style meals to first responders, medical personnel as well as grocery store workers. The restaurant …

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“Bear Hunting” in Liberty Pole!

March 26, 2020 (submitted by Alexis Lefort, Hingham resident and Compass Real Estate Agent.  All photos courtesy of Alexis Lefort). Based on the beloved children’s book “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt” by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury, Liberty Pole is hosting its own version of a bear hunt to help get everyone (safely) out …

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Stoddard Road Neighborhood Makes John Thomas’ 80th Birthday One to Remember

March 25, 2020 by Hilary Jenison  (photo above of Nancy and John Thomas by Irish Eyes Photography) John Thomas, a long-time Hingham resident who lives on Stoddard Road, turned 80 yesterday and local neighbors wanted to make sure it was a birthday he’ll never forget. John and Nancy Thomas listen to neighbors sing Happy Birthday. …

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“Hingham Rocks” Inspire and Connect Us During Social Distancing

  March 25, 2020 Photo courtesy of Hingham Rocks When strolling around town for some much-needed fresh air, you may have noticed beautifully painted rocks nestled around the bases of trees, tucked into bushes or scattered throughout a garden. These “Hingham Rocks” are being painted and spread by our local neighbors to encourage, inspire and …

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Hingham Anchor Launches Weekly Contest for Students- Enter to Win Prizes!

Hey, Hingham students! Let’s fight the social distancing boredom with a little friendly competition. The Anchor is delighted to announce our new contest that will help us all showcase what we are doing to help “flatten the curve.” Rock Painted by Paige Hutchison Week 1 begins today and we welcome all submissions of photos and …

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Hingham Neighborhoods Get Creative to Celebrate (and Educate) on St. Patrick’s Day While Social Distancing

March 17, 2020 by Hilary Jenison (Pictured above: the Bensten children go for a family  Shamrock Hunt on Stanford Drive) While this St. Patrick’s Day feels very different for many of us amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, many Hingham neighborhoods got in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit today by creating a “Shamrock Hunt” for local children. …

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#ShopLocal

Submitted by Lynn Barclay Executive Director Hingham Downtown Association March 13, 2020 Our downtown businesses are committed to staying open during these times & they need your support and business. The economic effects of this situation are very real, and we sincerely hope that your support of all local business will empower all to stay …

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