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Hingham Harbor. Residents are ferociously protective of their town.
Hingham Harbor. Residents are ferociously protective of their town.
Community snapshot

Hingham

December 18, 2005

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HINGHAM -- In an alternate universe, this town by the sea would currently be host to a nuclear power plant, have a commuter rail train rumbling through the heart of its commercial district, and be the headquarters for the United Nations. (Full article: 348 words)

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