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Past articles by Alyssa:

Always creating: Milton 11-year-old Nile Hennick has a passion for comics

Nile, 11, and his father and co-creator, Calvin Hennick, published four comics when Nile was 10. A passion persists with more projects to come. → Read More

'Oasis on the hill': Neighbors weigh in on Forbes Hill Park, Furnace Brook Golf Course

Quincy residents gathered for a two-hour workshop Tuesday to discuss priorities for Quincy's upcoming redesign of Forbes Hill Park. → Read More

It 'means the world': Quincy teacher, students work to send 30,000 books to African school

An Atlantic Middle School teacher and students are working to raise thousands of dollars by Friday to send books and supplies to a school in Zambia. → Read More

What happens now? South Shore residents question Sen. Warren about abortion access

South Shore residents asked questions and voiced concerns at Sen. Elizabeth Warren's meet and greet in Randolph on Monday, June 27. → Read More

What happens now? South Shore residents question Sen. Warren about abortion access

South Shore residents asked questions and voiced concerns at Sen. Elizabeth Warren's meet and greet in Randolph on Monday, June 27. → Read More

A centennial, 2 years late: Braintree's Puritan Bridge Club, celebrates 102 years

Braintree's Puritan Bridge Club celebrates its centennial anniversary, two years late. Good friends and a challenging game keep players coming back. → Read More

A day of celebration: Love and gratitude at Pride in the Park in Weymouth

It was a day of love, acceptance and celebration at Quigg Creation's second annual Pride in the Park in Weymouth on Monday, June 20. → Read More

Ink to the past: Exhibit on history of tattooing in Boston at Eustis Estate in Milton

"For some of this stuff it is the first time in over 100 years it has been exhibited for the public," Derin Bray, co-curator of the exhibit, said. → Read More

Newsmaker: Hingham's Manny Oppong recognized by Black and Latino Legislative Caucus

Hingham's Manny Oppong was recognized by the state Black and Latino Legislative Caucus at the 2022 Black Excellence on the Hill event. → Read More

'It just makes me happy': Building a love of music on the South Shore one bell ring at a time

One ring at a time, hand bells and chimes are building community and a love of music at Norwell UCC and the Brockton Rose Conservatory. → Read More

'Townwide celebration': Hanover Day festival set for June 24 and 25

The longstanding tradition of Hanover Day is back for its 15th year, June 24 and 25 in Hanover Center. → Read More

Quincy High fashion students to hit the runway for local nonprofit Saturday

Students will strut their stuff for the gala hosted by Giving the Glam, which partners with schools to help seniors who can't afford going to prom. → Read More

'Called to serve': Rabbi Shira Joseph retires after 19 years serving Hingham congregation

"I have to be a rabbi," Shira Joseph said at 9 years old. Now 65, she's retiring after 27 years in the rabbinate and 19 years serving in Hingham. → Read More

'An event every weekend': Rockland Farmers Market strives to stand out

The Rockland Farmers Market returns for family fun from June through October with live music, artisans, more. → Read More

'I love you guys': Blue Hills Tech graduates reflect on unique education, tightknit class

District school committee Chairman Eric Erskine encouraged the Blue Hills Class of 2022 to follow their hearts and enjoy what they do. → Read More

Milton High School graduates 276, reminded to 'hold hope close to your hearts'

"Seniors this is your moment," School Committee Chair Ada Rosmarin said to the Milton High Class of 2022 at their graduation ceremony, Sunday, June 5. → Read More

'Embrace every moment': North Quincy High grads hear messages about love and kindness

"Always remember that what you do makes a difference," Superintendent Kevin Mulvey said at North Quincy High School graduation on Monday, June 6. → Read More

'Roll Rams Roll': Marshfield High Class of 2022 has a lot to be proud of

"'Roll Rams Roll' and boy you have rolled," Principal Robert Keuther said to the Marshfield High Class of 2022 at its graduation Saturday, June 4. → Read More

Weymouth High graduates called the 'community's most valuable asset'

Weymouth Supt. of Schools Robert Wargo's message to the Weymouth High Class of 2022 was simple: "All we really want for you is to be happy," → Read More

'Something for everyone': Norwell Summer Fest returns June 11, longtime co-chairs to step down

Norwell Summer Fest will return from 1 to 7 p.m. Saturday, June 11, in Norwell Town Center. → Read More