Hingham resident organizing second Black Lives Matter Caravan Protest

Rohini Gajaraj, holding a sign in the first car during the June 7 car caravan rally. Photo by Brooke Bartletta. June 22, 2020 by Carol Britton Meyer (photos provided by Brooke Bartletta) A second peaceful Black Lives Matter caravan protest is planned in Hingham for Sunday afternoon,  June 28. Those who plan to participate are …

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Hingham Catholic Churches Reopen

Father Thomas Nestor, pastor of the Hingham Catholic Churches Collaborative, celebrates Mass on Pentecost Sunday on an altar built on the lawn behind Resurrection Church. June 15, 2020 submitted by Hingham Catholic Collaborative (courtesy photos) On May 31 Masses resumed at both Resurrection and St. Paul churches in the Hingham Catholic Collaborative. “Coming together for …

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Student Musicians Celebrated in Hingham

Will Procter, Orchestra June 12, 2020 by Monica Tesler Among the many cancelled events during this time of remote learning and social distancing are the Hingham High School year-end music department concerts, including the major works chorus concert and the combined band/orchestra spring concert. These top notch musical performances are traditionally capped off by award …

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Hingham Historical Society offers Virtual Tours of Old Ordinary and Walking Tours of Downtown Hingham.

June 12, 2020  The Hingham Historical Society launches virtual tours of Old Ordinary, its 1686 House Museum and walking tours of historic Downtown Hingham this month. All tours are led by trained docents and provide residents and visitors with an in depth look at Hingham history. The Hingham Historical Society is offering virtual Tours of …

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