Latest Cohasset, Massachusetts Stories
By SYDNEY SCHWARTZ The Marshfield and Scituate waterways commissions will be honored by the North and South Rivers Watershed Association for their work in support of a no-discharge zone.
By KAITLIN KEANE South Shore Education Administrators at four South Shore high schools say stronger science requirements and more focus on the subject helped their schools ace the new science portion of the MCAS.
COHASSET - The Cohasset Republican Town Committee holds its annual picnic Sept. 7 at Lou Harvey's home on King Street. The event from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. that Sunday will be held rain or shine. Featured speaker will be Charles Baker Jr., president and CEO of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care.
COHASSET - The board of health will hold its annual health fair from 1 to 5 p.m., Sept. 16, at the Second Congregational Church located next to the town hall on Highland Avenue.
LOCAL IN BRIEF Shipwreck dinner and lecture at 1699 Winslow House MARSHFIELD - The 1699 Winslow House will host its annual ''Shipwreck Dinner and Lecture,'' at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at 634 Careswell St.
By JOHN P. KELLY COHASSET - It was a simple question: Howie Altholtz wanted to know why his daughter's social studies teacher at Cohasset High School resigned abruptly in the middle of the school year.
LOCAL IN BRIEF Rockland seeking lifeguards ROCKLAND - The Rockland Youth Commission is accepting applications for lifeguard, water safety instructor and waterfront director. Candidates must be 16 or older, have current lifeguard, CPR and first aid certificates and be available from 9 a.m.
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