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  1. Judge: Scituate parishioners can stay put for nowRead the original story

    Friday May 22 | Boston Herald

    Parishioners who last week were ordered to leave a closed Scituate Catholic church, where they've been holding vigil, by May 29 have won a temporary reprieve as a Norfolk Superior Court judge scratched that date late yesterday, according to the protesters' attorney. Mary Beth Carmody, who is representing the Friends of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Church, said she was notified Judge Edward P. Leibensperger will not determine a new date for the parishioners to leave until he hears a motion to suspend his May 14 decision that Carmody filed Thursday.


  2. Archdiocese: Congregation hasn't left closed Scituate churchRead the original story

    Tuesday May 5 | Boston Herald

    The fate of a group of Catholic parishioners' closed church is now in the hands of a Norfolk County Superior Court judge. The Patriot Ledger reports arguments were heard Tuesday in a civil suit filed by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston against the Friends of St. Frances after the parishioners failed to meet a March 9 deadline for leaving the Scituate church.


  3. Letter: Death sentence fairRead the original story

    Apr 13, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Two years ago I planned to go to the Red Sox game and watch some of the Boston Marathon . But I overslept, missed the train out of Scituate and was upset at myself.


  4. Edward C. Nagle, at 86,a of Scituate, businessmanRead the original story

    Apr 11, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Edward C. Nagle of Scituate, a business owner, died Thursday at his home surrounded by his family. He was 86 He was a traffic manager for Block Engineering in Cambridge before becoming the owner of E.C.N. Courier Co.


  5. Gelzinis: Winter made glorious springRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Jonathan Sanchez paints the stands at Fenway Park, Tuesday, March 31, 2015. Staff photo by Angela Rowlings.


  6. Jack Eichel takes home HobeyRead the original story

    Apr 10, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Jack Eichel arrived at Boston University in September as one of the most storied freshmen in the history of college hockey. The highly touted forward from North Chelmsford became the third player in Boston University history to capture the Hobey Baker Award yesterday, joining Chris Drury and Matt Gilroy .


  7. Mary A. Grant, at 82,a resident of WeymouthRead the original story

    Mar 30, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Wife of the late Walter B. Jr., Mrs. Grant is survived by three sons, Walter B. III of Weymouth, Edward of Harvard and Kevin of Scituate; three daughters, Susan Junta of Hanson, Mary of Asheville, N.C., and Christine Slattery of Wakefield; a sister, Joan Donovan; 10 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.


  8. Francis W. Donovan, 91, a of Quincy, Marine vetRead the original story

    Mar 14, 2015 | Boston Herald

    A Marine Corps veteran who served on Iwo Jima during World War II, for which he was awarded the Bronze Star, he also served as staff sergeant during the Korean War. He coached youth sports in Quincy for many years and enjoyed singing, golfing, swimming and spending time with friends and family.


  9. Local films ready to roll at TribecaRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 10, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Hollywood's love affair with Massachusetts will hit the rocks if Gov. Charlie Baker manages to kill the film tax credit, but until that happens, here's an update on a bunch of locally made flicks that are coming to a theater near you. Joe Manganiello and filmed in central Mass.


  10. Protesting parishioners say they won't leave closed churchRead the original story

    Mar 9, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Roman Catholic parishioners holding a 10-year vigil at a closed church south of Boston say they aren't leaving despite a deadline from the Boston Archdiocese. The archdiocese has told the Friends of St. Francis Xavier Cabrini they must leave the Scituate church Monday.


  11. Scituate faithful gear up for fightRead the original story

    Mar 8, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Defiant parishioners of a closed Scituate parish have lawyered up for a civil court fight, after announcing they will flout today's deadline set by the Boston Archdiocese to vacate St. Frances X. Cabrini Church. Friends of St. Frances X. Cabrini announced yesterday they'd hired attorney Mary Beth Carmody, who secured a resolution to a similar church dispute in Framingham, and said a Vatican review process still gives them hope the church they've occupied since 2004 won't be demolished.


  12. Massachusetts AG Maura Healey to file pro-gay marriage briefRead the original story

    Mar 6, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey plans to file a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court arguing that the federal Constitution prohibits discrimination against same-sex marriage. Healey has encouraged the testimony of same-sex couples in Massachusetts about how being able to get married has improved their lives.


  13. Joyce V. MacQueen, 50,a of Abington, accountantRead the original story

    Mar 4, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Ms. MacQueen is survived by a son, Derrek of Whitman; her mother, Joan of South Weymouth; two brothers, Robert Jr. of Scituate and Michael of Abington; three sisters, Joan Marie MacDonald of South Weymouth, Michelle Fitzgerald of Mendon and Suzanne Soucie of Kingston; a grandson and many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.


  14. High School Wrestling: Somerset Berkley rallies late to win D3Read the original story

    Feb 21, 2015 | Boston Herald

    By Brian Fabry WAKEFIELD Fans of the Oscars must be hoping for as many upsets as the D3 State Wrestling Tournament provided yesterday. In a night of surprises, Somerset Berkley captured its first state wrestling title in school history with 100 points and needed the final match to take down the title.


  15. Massachusetts governor urges people to stay off road SundayRead the original story

    Feb 14, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is urging people to stay off the roads after midnight ahead of predicted blizzard conditions Sunday, but he has not imposed a travel ban. He said Saturday people have most of a "Cinderella evening" to celebrate Valentine's Day before the storm strengthens overnight.


  16. Not again! Another winter storm bears down on New EnglandRead the original story

    Feb 13, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Yet another winter storm was due to arrive in the region for Valentine's Day, promising snow and heavy winds even as some areas are already staggering under 6 feet of snow or more. A blizzard warning was in effect for coastal areas from Connecticut to Maine starting Saturday afternoon for the fourth major storm the region has seen in less than a month.


  17. Joseph M. Gordon, at 69, Herald sports columnistRead the original story

    Feb 8, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Joseph M. "Joe" Gordon of Scituate, retired Boston Herald sports columnist, died yesterday at Bay Path Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Duxbury after complications related to Parkinson's disease. He was 69. Born and raised in Dorchester, Mr. Gordon was a graduate of Boston Latin School and Northeastern University.


  18. EPA offers help to make towns more resilient to floodingRead the original story

    Feb 7, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Two Massachusetts communities have been chosen to receive help from the Environmental Protection Agency in finding ways to become more resilient to flooding. Scituate and Newburyport were chosen to receive EPA technical assistance through the agency's "Building Blocks for Sustainable Communities" program.


  19. North-South duel shore to heat up AttitashRead the original story

    Feb 3, 2015 | Boston Herald

    What reigns supreme? The beaches of Scituate or the coastline of Nahant? The lighthouses of the South Shore or the rocky coast of Marblehead? The cozy seaside community in Cohasset or the quaint charm of Newburyport? That's simple. Attitash Mountain resort puts both coastal regions of Massachusetts - North Shore and South Shore - head-to-head in an annual dual slalom race that settles it once and for all: Which is the best? The race evolved from a bragging fest in the base lodge years ago.


  20. Marie F. DiMare, at 71, a of Londonderry, N.H.Read the original story

    Feb 2, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Marie F. DiMare of Londonderry, N.H., and Scituate, formerly of Lowell, a retired manager, died Thursday at her home after a six-year battle with cancer. She was 71. Mrs. DiMare is survived by her husband of 30 years, James; three sons, Jeffrey Tarmey of Hudson, N.H., Brian Tarmey of Salem, N.H., and Kevin Tarmey of Pelham, N.H.; her mother, Blanche Jussaume of Dracut; two sisters, Janet Gaunt of Dracut and Suzanne Kuszek of Tewksbury; four brothers, Henry Jussaume of Brookline, N.H., Roland Jussaume of Lowell and Donald Jussaume and Armand Jussaume, both of Dracut; three grandchildren, a great-granddaughter and many nieces and nephews.


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