Maddie’s Promise: Real Progress

“It’s too late for Maddie. It will be someone else’s child and someone else’s granddaughter, someone else’s cousin…” –Ann McCoy Maddie McCoy lost her battle to a rare childhood cancer called rhabdomyosarcoma in 2019. She was just 11-years-old. While she was still alive, her family and friends launched Maddie’s Promise. It was a sweet push … Read more

Local Elections: Town Clerk

Local elections matter. The people we vote into office have an enormous amount of power over our town and day-to-day lives. When the pandemic hit, our worlds shrank. How, or if, our communities adapted was laid bare. From public safety and school funding to property assessments and public health enforcement, the effectiveness of local government … Read more

Back to School with Delta

“I understand both sides of the argument and this is where the difficulty comes in. For every bit of research that you can find and documentation that you can find for not wearing masks, you have compelling arguments on the other side and, you know, it’s very powerful.” –Gary Maestes, Hingham Public Schools Gary Maestes … Read more

Hingham Real Estate Boom: Tight Supply, Soaring Demand

Hingham has historically been a strong real estate market, but the last year is unprecedented in many ways. “It’s crazy,” says Jill O’Donnell. “It feels like all logic has gone out the window.” That’s how the Hingham mom describes her exhausting hunt for a new home. The pandemic has fueled a suburban real estate boom … Read more