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  1. Hingham Harbor Dredge Project

    Beginning on October 1, 2019, the Hingham Inner Harbor mooring basin will be dredged to its engineered depth of -6Ft. All moorings, vessels, and other objects must be removed prior to October 1st. Notice to All Inner Harbor Mooring Permit Holders
  2. Man Charged With Breaking into Restaurant

    A Yarmouth Port man was arrested Friday for allegedly breaking into a restaurant. The man fled on foot and was tracked into the woods by a Sheriff’s Department K9. He was also charged with possession of several drugs including crystal methamphetamine. Read on...
  3. Driver Discards Drugs at Scene Following Crash

    A 58 Hull man was arrested after being involved in a crash. At the scene he told Officers he had thrown a bag of crack cocaine under his truck after the crash. He admitted to have just smoked crack. Both he and the other driver were injured. Read on...
  4. K9 Tracks Woman Who Broke Into Occupied Home

    A 36 year old Quincy woman was arrested for breaking into an occupied home Friday. The resident confronted the woman in the house and she left taking items from the house with her. A police K9 tracked the woman hiding in bushes on a nearby street. Read on...
  5. Driver Injured After Truck Drives Into Occupied Building

    A 69 year old Brockton man was the only person injured Tuesday after his truck drove off the road and struck the side of an occupied business. Just before the crash numerous motorists called 9-1-1 reporting the truck driving erratically. Read on...
  6. Woman Falls Victim to Arrested Relative Phone Scam

    A 77 year old Hingham woman fell victim to a common phone scam known as the “Arrested Relative Scam”. She purchased $5,000 worth of gift cards and gave the card numbers to the scammers. Read on...
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