Sue Scheible, The Patriot Ledger

Sue Scheible

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Recent:
  • The Patriot Ledger
Past:
  • WickedLocal
  • Cohasset Mariner
  • MetroWest Daily News
  • Milford Daily News
  • The Taunton Gazette
  • WCVB-TV Boston
  • Old Colony Memorial
  • The Enterprise
  • Arlington Advocate

Recent articles by Sue:

'Come Alive' tour at Norwell cemetery draws 200 to hear historic characters' stories

The Norwell Historical Society holds 2nd Come Alive tour of historical gravesitses → Read More

A Good Age: Quincy veteran goes the extra mile to help the eldest who have served

John King, of Quincy, gives back by driving elder veterans from Quincy, Weymouth and Braintree to medical appointments. → Read More

A Good Age: Having 'lifelines' at age 89 keeps Ann Valair, of Norwell, independent

Ann Valair, 89, of Norwell, celebrates 'lifelines' at her senior center; Doris Hastie, of Scituate, turns 103. → Read More

A chance to bond again 'like family' at Quincy High's 60th-year reunion

66 members of Quincy High Class of 1961 were grateful to be together after 60 years. → Read More

Marshfield Democratic Town Committee sponsors rapid cleanup of 4 beaches

20 volunteers from the Marshfield Democratic Town Committee filled 13 bags full of trash and debris from five beaches. → Read More

Cardinal O'Malley to celebrate Sacred Heart's 150th anniversary in Weymouth outdoor Mass

Cardinal O'Malley will celebrate an outdoor Mass in Weymouth Sept. 26 to honor the 150th anniversary of Sacred Heart Parish in Weymouth. → Read More

A glorious last hurrah as Weymouth High Class of 1951 has 70th and final reunion

The Weymouth High Class of 1951 has 70th and final reunion with 12 of original class of 284. Dick Alemian, 87, of Cohasset joins in the Fight Song. → Read More

Pastor blessed with 'right-hand mom' at Braintree church

Marjorie Killian, of Braintree, is 88 and serves as office secretary at South Congregational Church for her son, Scott, the pastor. → Read More

Film noir to Thurber, Duxbury's Lifelong Learning program wins loyal followers

The Duxbury Lifelong Learning program is resuming in-person classes with winning strategies after 15 years. → Read More

South Shore towns offer fall lifelong learning programs

Lifelong learning opportunities are back in Duxbury, Marshfield, Hingham → Read More

'I'm so proud': Quincy brothers set up snack bar in Wollaston and donate to Jimmy Fund

Brayden and Evan Milano, of Quincy, started a snack bar and are donating half of proceeds to the Jimmy Fund → Read More

At 88, Rockland artist Don Dacier teaches others to 'paint what you see'

Rockland artist Donald Dacier, 88, paints in his studio in a former shoe factory and teaches at the Rockland Senior Center. → Read More

Annie Donovan takes the midlife plunge into teaching aqua aerobics at Y's Hanover pool

Annie Donovan, of Kingston, has a new career at age 54, teaching aqua fitness classes at the South Shore YMCA in Hanover → Read More

Dwyer Home protests fed cash cutoff to nursing homes if all staff aren't vaccinated

Ken Strong at The Dwyer Home in Weymouth calls proposed funding cutoff discriminatory → Read More

Duxbury football players to shovel snow for town's seniors this winter

Members of the Duxbury football team will be paired with the town's older residents to shovel snow this winter. → Read More

A GOOD AGE: An old-fashioned Italian family reunion brings 94 together in Quincy

94 members from four generations of the DiTocco family of Quincy celebrated renewed ties at a traditional Italian reunion Saturday at Pageant Field. → Read More

A GOOD AGE: Retired firefighters from Plymouth find jobs driving Heritage Garden visitors

Two retired Boston firefighters from Plymouth have jobs giving rides to visitors at Heritage Gardens on Cape Cod. → Read More

A GOOD AGE: At 104, feisty Helen Marrese of Rockland swears by 'a puzzle a day'

Helen Marrese of Rockland turned 104 on July 10, lives at home with a granddaughter, does a daily crossword puzzle, is "perfect and doing great." → Read More

The Nature Lover: Trustees' Anne Smith-White preserves, promotes region’s natural spendor

Anne Smith-White of The Trustees of Reservations creates the Sunset Picnic Series for family fun. She is this week's MVP of Summer. → Read More

Fairing Way in Weymouth appoints Ken Strong new executive director

Ken Strong, Dwyer Home administrator, new executive director of Fairing Way at Union Point in Weymouth. → Read More