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HINGHAM LETTER: Water Co. price tag more than monetary

We cannot afford to lose what makes Hingham special. It is more than a beautiful waterfront, quaint downtown, or amazing schools. It is a tradition that starts with our Selectmen working on important issues, bringing us together and leading the way to a stronger future. Everywhere today we see signs

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 20:09:00

Alphabet book spells Hingham history

The book, which appeals to all ages, features a photograph of something representing Hingham's history for each letter. "My hope is to not only teach the alphabet to the young but also to offer a little history or even to just bring a smile to someone's face as they rhyme their way through the book,

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 19:44:00

Nine Hingham community preservation projects advance

The Community Preservation Committee recently reviewed nine requests for funding following the Oct. 13 final application deadline and site visits at the various locations. The CPC will make its recommendations prior to Town Meeting, which has the final say, and will be presented to the selectmen and

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 17:29:39

HINGHAM'S YESTERDAYS: Haversack letters at Journal Office

... Those "Haversack Letters" fold and seal and make their own envelope. They are made of the Highland linen; in packages of 12, 25 cents. Just the thing to send abroad or to the boys at Camp. On sale at the JOURNAL office. Hingham Journal Hingham's Yesterdays, 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago from the

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 16:44:00

Hingham to apply for Further Appellate Review in Aquarion case

"The responsible next step for the Board of Selectmen is to request Supreme Judicial Court review of the interpretation of the formula used to determine the purchase price." -- Mary Power, selectmen chairman The Town of Hingham will be filing an application with the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial C

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 15:09:34

Hingham High swim team's Polar Plunge set for Saturday

The Hingham High swimming and diving team is having its annual Polar Plunge on Saturday at 3 p.m. at Hingham Harbor. It is $10 to plunge and all proceeds go directly to supporting the team. There will be coffee, hot chocolate and apple cider donuts from Hornstra Farm. All HHS swim and dive alumni ar

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 08:09:00

H.S. FOOTBALL: Hingham and Scituate stoked for 'Friendly Fenway'

Every year, high school football coaches and players deal with the typical distractions surrounding Thanksgiving games. Those distractions will be a little different for the Scituate and Hingham High football teams, who will be playing their game at Fenway Park at 7:45 p.m. on Wednesday. "I think it


State Street CEO Jay Hooley of Hingham honored by YMCA of Greater Boston

"Our longstanding, strategic partnership with State Street shows the organization's commitment to philanthropic support and leadership through volunteering," said James Morton, President and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Boston. "It is our privilege to highlight State Street and Jay Hooley as corporate


The dawn of the new era in Boulder politics

none Wow! That was one awesome piece of politicking. New Era Colorado, the millenial-oriented activist organization that all but single-handedly saved the muni, did a terrific job of identifying, persuading and turning out voters for ballot issue 2L, including the late surge of votes that put it ove

BOULDER CLARION - 2017-11-22 16:08:13

The place where imagination becomes real

Just as every journey begins with a single step, a lifetime of passion blossoms from a simple aha moment. "My junior year in college I was in this computer graphics class, and the professor showed these short films that were computer animation," Danielle Feinberg excitedly tells Boulder Weekly. "It

BOULDER CLARION - 2017-11-22 18:46:31

More than just pretty still lifes

In the 19th century, Paris was undergoing major change. The city was starting to blossom and open its narrow designs, shedding its medieval past. Artists flocked to the city, as it was considered the art capital of the known world. Paris garnered this reputation for many reasons. There were opportu

BOULDER CLARION - 2017-11-22 18:29:16

New lift, new vibe, new season

From Bret Tregaskis' office on a late fall day, you can look out at the most visible manifestation of the changes occurring at Boulder County's only ski area. Eldora Mountain Resort's new six-pack high-speed quad is slowly rising from the mud of a parking lot wetted by a fall snowstorm, and the re-a

BOULDER CLARION - 2017-11-22 18:13:41

Try this week: Blueberry danish pancakes, special pho and more

Angela K. Evans Blueberry Danish PancakesSnooze an A.M. eatery, 1617 Pearl St., Boulder, snoozeeatery.com There's a reason Snooze has long lines nearly every day of the week and every time of the day (until 3 p.m.) The breakfast joint started in Denver just over a decade ago and has been popular, an

BOULDER CLARION - 2017-11-22 17:29:57

Organic plus: Biodynamic agriculture is on the rise

Chef and farmer Eric Skokan of Black Cat Farm Table Bistro was shoveling out the duck house several years ago when he had an idea. In order to avoid triggering his gag reflex, why not create a portable shelter for the birds to move around his fields and fertilize his crops? "Essentially what we're d

BOULDER CLARION - 2017-11-22 16:40:27

For Native Americans, fighting diabetes means fighting the federal government for their fair share of health care funds

Theresa Halsey, a member of the Hunkpapa Lakota tribe and producer of the Indian Voices radio show on KGNU, has been dealing with diabetes for a couple of decades. In 2000, she decided to visit Denver Indian Health and Family Services to get tested. That's where her journey with the Special Diabetes

BOULDER CLARION - 2017-11-22 16:15:44

Out of the frying pan

All stories have to begin somewhere. Brimstone & Glory, the new documentary about Mexico's weeklong National Pyrotechnics Festival, takes place in modern-day Tultepec, but its origins lie on the other side of the Atlantic, in Portugal specifically, at the end of the 15th century with the birth of Jo

BOULDER CLARION - 2017-11-22 21:17:26

Man charged with two counts of murder after Lawrence County shooting

LOUISA The Kentucky State Police have arrested and charged a Martin County resident with two counts of murder after a shooting in Lawrence County. Elden Shannon Muncy, age 21, of 4701 Buffalo Horn in Martin County is lodged in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center, according to police. In a news

WAYNE COUNTY OUTLOOK - 2017-11-21 15:59:00

Monroe Co. man and woman arrested

A Monroe County man and woman were arrested in the early morning hours Wednesday on drug and other charges after being pulled over for a traffic violation. Deputy Joseph Ford with the Barren County Sheriff's Office stopped a 2001 PT Cruiser around 2:15 a.m. after witnessing it disregard a stop light

GLASGOW DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-22 15:03:00

Allen man arrested after phone company worker shot

A phone company employee was shot on the job Monday in Scottsville, resulting in a man's arrest. According to the Scottsville Police Department, officers received a call about 2:50 p.m. Monday to 224 Parkway Drive regarding a shooting. Police learned that William D. Calvert, 75, had shot Jeffrey M.

BOWLING GREEN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-21 14:11:00

Glasgow, Barren County alcohol revenues leveling

GLASGOW - Glasgow and Barren County officials are beginning to get a clearer picture of their new revenues generated by the additional sale of alcohol in their respective jurisdictions now that they have receipts for three quarters of the year. Although the local-option election that allowed legal a

GLASGOW DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-21 22:08:00