The streets of Downtown Hingham will come alive on Sunday, Oct. 20, from noon to 4 p.m., with the sounds of music, the beauty of local art, and tastes of local food.
Aja Amontea is the founder and owner of Fig.A, a new women's shop in Downtown Hingham. We recently had the chance to catch up with her about the new shop and the inspiration for it.
Help Make Downtown Hingham Merry and Bright this Holiday Season! The Hingham Downtown Association is launching the Adopt a Lamppost Campaign to purchase new holiday decorations for the 80 lampposts in Downtown Hingham. The cost for each lamppost decoration is $100 and we need your help! All campaign supporters will be featured in social media, local advertising and on a poster in the kiosk in the Square. Click here to Adopt a Lamppost! [...]
The owner of the newly constructed Lincoln Building in Hingham Square said that as of late August, all but one of its six apartments are rented, as are four out of fivefirst-floor commercial spaces.
Respond Ventures, LLC has requested to withdraw without prejudice its mixed-use proposal for 25 and 33 Central St., which the Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals said in July was too big in size and scope for the surrounding neighborhood.
Business owners set out merchandise on the sidewalk of the square for the downtown Hingham sidewalk sale Thursday to Saturday.
The old Settles Glass building on Station Street in Hingham was taken down Wednesday morning by construction crews to make way for a new building.
The Hingham Planning Board asked developers to reconsider the “entire concept” of the most recent proposed downtown development on Central Street.
Respond Ventures, LLC is proposing to build a mixed-use development at 25 and 33 Central Street that will include eight two-bedroom condos on the second and third floor, commercial space on the ground floor, and a garage within the ground level of the building to provide parking for both uses. Krigsman Yoga has the option to continue to operate at this site. Read the full story in the Hingham Anchor
The traditional Fourth of July parade, which attracts thousands of spectators from near and far, will step out as usual from Hingham High School on July 4 at 10 a.m. There is no rain date.