Hingham’s holiday spirit was brought out at Christmas in the Square.
The streets of Downtown Hingham got a holiday decoration facelift this year. The 80 lampposts that line North, South, Main and Central streets will be wearing all new greenery, lights and bows for the holiday season.
Work on the once over-grown former Settles Glass site in downtown Hingham is progressing since the building was torn down this summer. And while the building is still nowhere near final completion, two of the four residential units have already been sold. "Two remain!" said Matt Falconeiri of Falconeiri Construction -- the local builder/developer for the project.
Downtown Hingham offers a wide variety of festive events throughout the year. Christmas in the Square is one of the most cherished events of the year that is organized and presented by the Hingham Downtown Association. This group of business owners works together to create a vibrant downtown and promotes a strong sense of community. What you may not realize is that Christmas in the Square is fully-funded by the Downtown Association. This joyful and beloved holiday tradition brings people of all ages together to kick-off and celebrate the holiday season.
A second Euro Mart in Hingham will open in the old Sub Galley location soon and will to offer another place to eat in downtown Hingham. The old Sub Galley shop location will soon be a new place to eat in downtown Hingham.
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.
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.