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.
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.
Hundreds of flags are waving all around town in groups of 50 or more in a show of patriotism and support for the Fourth of July Parade -- a compelling sight. The flags are a real boost to community spirit leading up to the parade and surrounding events.
Visitors to Hingham Square Sunday who were enjoying the beautiful weather were pleased to see the progress that has been made on the colorful, historically-themed mural that's being painted on the back and side of the Hennessy News Building on North Street.
The Settles Glass development in Hingham square is nearing construction. The development on the corner of North and Station Streets received approval from the Historical Districts Commission for the refined plans Thursday night. The plans will go for final approval from Selectmen at the beginning of April.
The new Lincoln Building, once only a vision, is nearing completion. Work on the near-replica of the former 1859 Italianate-style Lincoln Building officially began July 5, 2017, but the project was delayed for several months . . .
Last week’s Miracle on Main Street event raised more than $15,000 for the Christmas in the Square celebration. Many thanks to the Hingham Heritage Museum for hosting our fundraiser. We had more than 170 people attend the event and over 50 silent and live auction items bid on.
The annual Hingham Arts Walk, held by the Hingham Downtown Association and the Hingham Cultural Council, included shopping, artist demonstrations, open studios and live music. An estimated 75 artists participated in this year’s walk, selling everything from tapestries and wooden home decor to jewelry, paintings and pottery.