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  1. Division 2: Danvers out for moreRead the original story

    Friday Dec 19 | Boston Herald

    The sight of Vinny Clifford effortlessly sprinting up and down the floor and drilling 3's at will is making the folks in Danvers believing a third state title in four years is not a pipe dream. The Falcons advanced to the Division 2 North final last year without Clifford, who missed the season with an ACL injury.


  2. Town keeping new rules on minors buying tobaccoRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Boston Herald

    The board of health in Hull is standing by its decision to raise the minimum age for purchasing cigarettes and other tobacco products from 18 to 21. The board on Tuesday decided to keep the new rules after listening to the concerns of Nick Patel, owner of a convenience store on Nantasket Avenue, that the town ordinance slated to take effect on Jan. 1 would cost him business as younger smokers went to neighboring towns to purchase cigarettes. The Patriot Ledger reports that Patel urged the board to lower the minimum age to 19, in line with a recent vote by the town of Hingham.


  3. Shirle Shea of Scituate, formerly of Roslindale, 90Read the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | Boston Herald

    Mrs. Shea was born and raised in Chicago, had been a longtime resident of Roslindale. She had also lived in Braintree.


  4. Nancy P. McLaughlin, 44, of North WeymouthRead the original story

    Nov 11, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Nancy P. McLaughlin of North Weymouth died Monday at her home after a courageous battle with breast cancer. She was 44. She enjoyed crocheting, but her main passion was spending time with her children and taking part in their daily activities.


  5. Teacher charged with raping studentRead the original story

    Nov 1, 2014 | Boston Herald

    A 56-year-old Brockton High School teacher accused of raping a female student was ordered held on $20,000 cash bail at his arraignment yesterday morning, according to the Plymouth County District Attorney's Office. Joaquim Andrade, of Scituate, pleaded not guilty in Brockton District Court to charges of rape of a child with force, aggravated rape of a child, two counts of indecent assault and battery on a child over 14 and enticement of a child, the DA's office said.


  6. High School Football: Holliston football does its part for the soldiersRead the original story

    Oct 27, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Holliston Football will be running a Cell Phones for Soldiers Drive Friday night at their playoff game vs Scituate. Bring your gently used Cell Phones and support our troops.


  7. Richard E. O'Brien, at 85, a of Quincy and ScituateRead the original story

    Oct 23, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Richard "Dick" E. O'Brien of Quincy and Scituate, a veteran, died Tuesday at the Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston. He was 85. Mr. O'Brien served in the Navy during the Korean War.


  8. Court orders new trial in $1.2M trolley crash suitRead the original story

    Oct 6, 2014 | Boston Herald

    A state appeals court panel on Monday set aside a $1.2 million jury award and ordered a new trial in a lawsuit filed by a passenger on a trolley that crashed moments after its driver sent a text message to his girlfriend. Colleen Fyffe, of Scituate, sued the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, saying she was unable to return to her job with Delta Airlines at Logan International Airport as a result of the neck injury she suffered in the 2009 accident in the Government Center subway tunnel.


  9. Just In: Court orders new trial in trolley crash lawsuitRead the original story

    Oct 6, 2014 | Boston Herald

    A Massachusetts appeals court has set aside a $1.2 million jury award and ordered a new trial in a lawsuit stemming from a 2009 subway trolley crash in Boston. Colleen Fyffe, of Scituate, sued the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, saying she was unable to return to her job as a result of the neck injury she suffered in the accident in the Government Center subway tunnel.


  10. State's archaeological past celebrated in OctoberRead the original story

    Sep 28, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Leaf peeping and apple picking may be among the more well-known fall activities in Massachusetts, but state officials are offering another suggestion: Archaeology. The Secretary of State's Office has designated October as Massachusetts Archaeology Month.


  11. Marguerite J. Svensen, a resident of Quincy, 97Read the original story

    Sep 27, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Wife of the late Olak, Mrs. Svensen is survived by a son, Arthur of Bourne; a sister, Virginia Ross of Scituate; 11 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren.


  12. On The Water Magazine: Fall offers epic days on waterRead the original story

    Sep 25, 2014 | Boston Herald

    The striper season started slowly but ultimately came through and provided many memorable days of fishing for Massachusetts coast fishermen. While overall, most anglers would describe it as one of the quieter seasons in recent years, there is still a shot at a final season-ending crescendo.


  13. Brady steers Sailors' courseRead the original story

    Sep 25, 2014 | Boston Herald

    A year ago, Christian Brady's primary role as Scituate's quarterback was like that of a game manager - hand the ball to standout running back Dawayne Kirton and keep everything else as balanced as possible. This year, Brady has become the focal point of the Sailors offense, the result of a lengthy development that started when he first picked up a football back in the second grade.


  14. Agnes Ross, at 96, a resident of ScituateRead the original story

    Sep 20, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Mrs. Ross was born and raised in Brighton and was a longtime resident of Milton. She lived in Boynton Beach, Fla., before moving to Scituate in 2005.


  15. Robert U. Skane, at 76,a of Scituate, ironworkerRead the original story

    Sep 16, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Robert Uriah "Bob" Skane of Scituate, formerly of Melrose, an retired ironworker, died Tuesday at his home.


  16. On the water magazine: Of bait fish, birds and the fall runRead the original story

    Sep 4, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Along our coast, bait fish born this year have spent the summer hiding out in rivers, estuaries and harbors. They've had to dodge a few schoolie stripers and avoid attack from herons, but our shallow inshore waters are a safe haven where they have been able to feed and grow.


  17. State funds efforts to shore up seawalls, damsRead the original story

    Sep 3, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Maeve Vallely Bartlett announced the grants and loans on Tuesday in Scituate, which will receive $4 million to shore up the Oceanside Drive Seawall, which has been prone to damage in previous storms.


  18. Don't take Div. 4 teams lightlyRead the original story

    Sep 2, 2014 | Boston Herald

    The folks who question the quality of teams as they travel below the Division 1-2 football scene would be advised to check out Division 4 South.


  19. High School Football: Preseason poll for Division 4 North and SouthRead the original story

    Sep 1, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Here is the preseason Elite Eight poll for Division 4 North and South. Agree or disagree? Discuss it tonight on the season opener of the Monday Night Chat.


  20. Geraldine Marshall, 68, a a North End resident, a artist and scholarRead the original story

    Aug 18, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Geraldine "Dina" Marshall of Boston, an artist and scholar, died Wednesday in the North End after a battle with cancer.


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