COVID Updates for the Town of Hingham
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  1. October 27, 2020 COVID-19 Update

    October 27 - Town Administrator Tom Mayo and Assistant Town Administrator Michelle Monsegur provided the following COVID-19 updates at the Board of Selectmen Meeting on October 27, 2020 Read on...
  2. Special Town Meeting, November 21, 2020

    Everything you need to know including: Video Station Tours, Warrant Article, Dates and Times, COVID Precautions... Full Details...
  3. Update on MBTA Proposed Service Reductions on Tuesday Evening

    Senator Patrick O’Connor, Representative Joan Meschino, Representative James Murphy, and South Shore Chamber... Read on...
  4. October 22, 2020 COVID-19 Update

    As of this afternoon, Hingham has entered our second week in the state’s “red” COVID-19 category. DPH is reporting 395 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Hingham, with an average daily case rate over the last 14 days of 11.7 (compared to a rate of 7.5... Read on...
  5. October 22, 2020 COVID-19 Update

    As of this afternoon, Hingham has entered our second week in the state’s “red” COVID-19 category. DPH is reporting 395 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Hingham, with an average daily case rate over the last 14 days of 11.7 (compared to a rate of 7.5... Read on...
  6. State COVID-19 Order Regarding Indoor Hockey and Ice Skating

    On October 22, 2020, the MA Department of Public Health issued an Order suspending games, practices, and any other on-ice hockey or skating activities at indoor ice rinks and indoor ice skating and hockey facilities effective as of 5:00pm on October 23... Read on...
  7. Video: Special Town Meeting - Acquisition of 335 Lincoln Street

    The Board of Selectmen have called a Special Town Meeting for Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 12pm to consider the purchase of 335 Lincoln Street for possible use as the site of a future public safety facility. The video that follows explains why this... Read on...
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