Hingham Public Schools Superintendent Paul Austin gives a sincere welcome back message to the community.
Harbor Media's Associate Producer and HHS Alum Marc Landers talks to his former teacher James Kirkcaldy.
Affectionately known as "Kirk" to his colleagues and friends, he is retiring after spending his entire 48-year career at Hingham High School, first as a social studies teacher and later as the Director of Social Studies.
This meeting is being held remotely as an alternate means of public access pursuant to an Order issued by the Governor of Massachusetts dated March 12, 2020, Suspending Certain Provisions of the Open Meeting Law.
Dr. Celene Ibrahim discusses the literature, art and perspective of Islam and Glastonbury Abbey in Hingham.
In this episode of South Shore Diversity, we talk to members of the Hingham Pride Project, who's goal is to show LGBTQ+ support in Hingham.
After the Civil War, African American families would thrive in certain areas of Massachusetts such as Cuffey Hill in Norwell, Parting Ways in Plymouth and, Tuttleville in Hingham.
In the latest episode of History Abode, Elizabeth Dings and Joe Collymore talk to the Tuttle and Simpson families about their iconic history.
A special thanks to the Hingham Historical Commission. View their site here: https://www.hingham-ma.gov/338/Historical-Commission
In this episode of Talking Pictures, Mary Stack and Michael Dow cover various documentaries, international films and shows that they have been watching.