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  1. Hingham Health Department Warns About the Dangers of Vaping

    Nearly half of Massachusetts high school students have tried e-cigarettes at least once and nearly one quarter of them reported using e-cigarettes in the past 30 days, a rate nine times higher than... Read on...
  2. EEE update from Hingham Health Department – Risk Moderate

    Hingham is now at a Moderate Risk Level for EEE. We recommend to wear mosquito repellent when outdoors, especially during dawn and dusk. We also recommend to avoid outside areas with obvious mosquito activity... Read on...
  3. Hingham Health Department Mosquito Control Update

    The Hingham Health Department is monitoring the risk level of mosquito-borne illnesses on a daily basis. We follow an Arbovirus Surveillance plan through the MA Dept. of Public Health and Plymouth County Mosquito Control... Read on...
  4. Watch out for Freshwater Harmful Algae Blooms

    Recently, a toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) has been discovered in several waterbodies around eastern MA. Some blooms can produce toxins harmful to people and animals Read on...
  5. Hingham’s Veteran of the Year Nominations

    The Hingham Veterans Council is now taking nominations for the 2019 Veteran of the Year. The selected individual will receive formal recognition by... Read on...
  6. Baker-Polito Administration Awards Hingham $2 Million for Dredging the Inner Harbor

    HINGHAM — - Lt. Governor Karyn Polito joined Town Manager Thomas Mayo and other state and local officials to announce $3.6 million in Massachusetts Dredging Program grants to four communities, including a $2 million award Read on...
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