Scituate

Coast Guard Assists Disabled Provincetown Ferry Coast Guard Assists Disabled Provincetown Ferry

Coast Guard rescue crews assisted the crew and passengers aboard the Provincetown IV Ferry, which was disabled near Scituate, Massachusetts, on Wednesday, August 13. Watchstanders at the Sector Boston Command Center received notification at 4:06 p.m. that the ferry had suffered an...

» August 14th, 2014
Free Wireless Internet Coming to Scituate Harbor Free Wireless Internet Coming to Scituate Harbor

PatriotLedger.com: Visitors to Scituate Harbor will soon be able to check email, stream movies and surf the Web from the water, as the town plans to provide free, public wireless Internet in the area. William Sheehan, the town’s...

» August 5th, 2014
MA Special Needs Kids Learn Watersports MA Special Needs Kids Learn Watersports

A program in Scituate, Massachusetts, has introduced dozens of children with special needs to watersports this summer, teaching them skills in windsurfing, Hawaiian outrigger canoeing, sailing and stand-up paddleboarding, according to an article in the Patriot Ledger. The program...

» July 30th, 2014
Fire Claims MA Man’s New Boat Fire Claims MA Man’s New Boat

Fire officials say a Scituate, Massachusetts man had to jump out of his boat after it went up in flames Saturday afternoon, July 19, 2014, according to an article in the Patriot Ledger. Alex Hearnan had just cleaned and...

» July 21st, 2014
Fish Market Owner Plans to Release 18-Pound Lobster Fish Market Owner Plans to Release 18-Pound Lobster

The Patriot Ledger reports on an 18-pound lobster estimated at 75 years old that will likely be released by Joby Norton of Mullaney’s Fish Market in Scituate, MA. Dubbed “Luke”, the lobster has been living in a tank at...

» July 17th, 2014
No Grant for MA South Shore Dredging No Grant for MA South Shore Dredging

The Massachusetts communities of Marshfield and Scituate have fallen short in their bid to secure a federal grant for a proposed dredging project, according to an article on PatriotLedger.com. On Monday (June 16, 2014), the U.S. Department of Interior...

» June 22nd, 2014
Memorial Bricks May Help Maintain Old Scituate Light Memorial Bricks May Help Maintain Old Scituate Light

Patriot Ledger: Residents and visitors could soon memorialize a loved one, a date or moment in time and leave a lasting mark at Old Scituate Light in Cedar Point. David Ball of the Scituate Historical Society and Bob Gallagher,...

» May 22nd, 2014
Scituate, MA, Man Delivers Ship Model to White House Scituate, MA, Man Delivers Ship Model to White House

Patriot Ledger: Larry Ward of Scituate is back from his road trip delivering a model of the USS Constitution that he made to the White House in Washington, D.C. and calls the experience “amazing.” The 3’ model of...

» April 25th, 2014
Scituate Lobsterman Rescued by Good Samaritan Scituate Lobsterman Rescued by Good Samaritan

On February 28, 2014, lobsterman Ed Agni fell out of his skiff and into the waters of Scituate Harbor, Massachusetts. Agni was spotted by an unidentified man, who alerted local dock worker Chuck Harris. Harris, who knew Agni, jumped...

» March 7th, 2014
Scituate Seeks to Remove Dam on Hunter’s Pond Scituate Seeks to Remove Dam on Hunter’s Pond

Boston.com: Scituate officials are hopeful funding can be procured for a dam removal at Hunter’s Pond, a project that will remove a decaying historic dam in favor of turning the area pond back into a river. Scituate officials...

» December 4th, 2013
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