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Construction on the New Fore River Bridge Begins

Construction on the New Fore River Bridge Begins

| November 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

Weymouth – On Friday last week Governor Deval Patrick stood beside Mayor Kay of Weymouth, Mayor Koch from Quincy and officials from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation for the groundbreaking ceremony of the new Fore River bridge which connects Quincy and Weymouth along Route 3A. The project is expected to take 4 years to complete […]

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Sunday Walk at World’s End – Hingham, MA

Sunday Walk at World’s End – Hingham, MA

| November 4, 2012 | 0 Comments

This morning my wife and I went for a walk at World’s End in Hingham, MA. We’ve been there a handful times before, walking the main carriage path on Planters Hill and Pine Hill, but this morning we hiked out along the Rocky Neck trails. It was an easy hike with rocky cliffs and small […]

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Pembroke Dull Men’s Club

Pembroke Dull Men’s Club

| July 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

This is too funny not to share. NPR radio show “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me” has a great segment called “bluff the listener” where the listener has to hear 3 stories from the WWDTM panel and guess which one is true. [Spoiler Alert] This weeks show spotlighted a club in Pembroke called the Dull Men’s […]

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Get to know Arbor Hill in Weymouth, MA

Get to know Arbor Hill in Weymouth, MA

| June 18, 2012 | 1 Comment

Arbor Hill is quaint collection of condominium communities in South Weymouth, MA. Located off Pleasant Street, Arbor Hill is made up of 7 separate condominium associations. Boasting high owner occupancy rates and easy access to Route 3, Route 53, Route 18 and 2 different commuter rail lines, Arbor Hill is desirable location for families and […]

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Southfield | Neighborhood Spotlight

Southfield | Neighborhood Spotlight

| April 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

Overview: Southfield is a 1,400 acre development currently under construction in South Weymouth, MA. The site is located at the former Weymouth Naval Air Station just south of Route 18 and will include a number of residential communities, an 18 hole links-style golf course, sports & recreation complex, a commercial campus and 1,000 acres of […]

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Award Winning South Shore Schools (updated)

Award Winning South Shore Schools (updated)

| March 31, 2012 | 1 Comment

It’s long been known that the south shore has some of the best public and private schools in the state of Massachusetts. Below is a collection of the various awards and recognitions that South Shore Schools have earned in years past. We will do out best to keep this list updated as the new rankings […]

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3 Awesome South Shore Hiking Trails & Parks

3 Awesome South Shore Hiking Trails & Parks

| March 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

The South Shore has a lot of options for you to get your nature fix. From Wompatuck State Park in Hingham, to Myles Standish State Park in Plymouth, the is a range of wooded, oceanfront and estuary hiking for all ages and skill levels.Here are our top 3 favorite South Shore hiking trails and parks. […]

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South Shore Habitat for Humanity seeking to raise $80,000 to complete Norwell habitat home.

South Shore Habitat for Humanity seeking to raise $80,000 to complete Norwell habitat home.

| February 22, 2012 | 0 Comments

South Shore Habitat for Humanity has broken ground on its second home in Norwell located at 259 Circuit Street. The newest recipients of the Habitat house are a single mother and her daughter, who suffers from a genetic disorder. They are anxiously awaiting the completion of their new home but South Shore Habitat for Humanity […]

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January 2012 Totals Number of Sales By Town

January 2012 Totals Number of Sales By Town

| February 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

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The North River

The North River

| February 19, 2012 | 1 Comment

The North River serves as town¬†boundaries for Hanover and Pembroke as well Hanson from Pembroke. ¬†For close to 200 years, the river was home to number of ship building yards which produced 3 notable ships; The Bedford, The Brig Beaver & The Columbia. The Bedford was the first ship to display and American Flag in […]

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