Dina Kaur, The State News

Dina Kaur

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Past articles by Dina:

MSU women's tennis clinches victory against Illinois State

After some heated matches, Michigan State women’s tennis got the upper hand against Illinois State, winning 4-1. → Read More

Lansing area locals look to help support MSU students in time of need

"I just want to give back to the community, support my Spartans and really just care for anybody, whether they were a friend visiting a student, faculty, anything," alumna Lily Rzepmowski said. "I really want to be part of the reason why we can overcome this.” → Read More

Habitat for Humanity to celebrate 25 years of building homes in greater Plymouth

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Plymouth is celebrating 25 years with its Hearts & Hammers Gala Friday Oct. 7. → Read More

'It extends the classroom': South Shore Stars receives $250,000 grant for new playground

The South Shore Stars has received a grant of $250,000 to build a playground for preschool students in Randolph. → Read More

Inspired by Quincy teen, Fore River Bridge to shine gold for childhood cancer

Starting at dusk on Sept. 1, the Fore River Bridge will glow gold in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. → Read More

'The Arc took care of us as a family:' Motorcycle ride to honor late Weymouth woman

The first Kellianne Memorial Ride will take place on Aug. 20 and goes from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. at The Lakeville Eagles Club. → Read More

Lion dances, Asian food coming to Quincy for annual August Moon Festival

The annual August Moon Festival will return for its 35th year in Quincy Center with lion dances, live music, Asian foods, kids games and vendors. → Read More

'The Cape is magical': First-time film crew chooses Falmouth to shoot story of forgiveness, mental illness

First-time filmmaker uses Cape as a backdrop for story that helped her through pandemic and she hopes will help reduce the stigma of mental illness. → Read More

Music and beer are his jobs: Dennis O'Hagan makes 2 Cape stops on his Great Brewery Tour

Dennis O'Hagan is living what's likely many a man’s dream: He travels around the country making music, trying out new craft beer and writing about it. → Read More

'Making people's days': Cape Cod's Sea Scoops boat serves ice cream on land and ocean

The new Sea Scoops business in West Falmouth Harbor sells Polar Cave ice cream from a boat to people on beaches, at the docks or at private parties. → Read More

'A view to stir the soul': Nantucket Lights group strives to preserve island's dark skies

As light pollution on Nantucket increases, residents and visitors are uniting to ask people and organizations to help preserve views of the night sky. → Read More

Dinner with a movie? Cape Cinema adds local pizza, desserts and cocktails to filmgoing

Cape Cinema Executive Director Josh Mason expanded the menu at the historic movie house and is offering pizza, cocktails and sweets from local businesses. → Read More

A whale of a project: Water-themed public art fills downtown Chatham

Close to 100 decorated whales and oars created by local artists fill Kate Gould Park in Chatham and nearby businesses, then are auctioned off. → Read More

It's back: Barnstable County Fair returns with rides, food, contests and shows

After cancellation last year because of COVID-19, the more than 175-year-old county fair is back, offering favorite pastimes, food and entertainment. → Read More

'His words are very powerful': Groups spotlight Frederick Douglass speech about slavery and the Fourth of July

Two area groups will hold readings of Frederick Douglass' speech "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?" for a different holiday perspective. → Read More

Far beyond castles: Imaginative Yarmouth Sand Sculpture Trail has 32 stops

In the past 10 years, Sean Fitzpatrick's sand creations have become top tourist attractions for Yarmouth and a draw for local businesses. → Read More

Fireworks, parades, more: Where and how to celebrate the Fourth of July on Cape Cod

With COVID-19 restrictions lifted but caution suggested, Fourth of July celebrations are back on in several Cape Cod towns. → Read More

Want to see some Fourth of July fireworks? Where and when to go on Cape Cod

Four Cape Cod towns will be setting off fireworks between July 1 and 10 to celebrate the Independence Day holiday. → Read More

'Nice to see people back': Provincetown Film Festival kicks off at Wellfleet Drive-In

The 10-day Provincetown Film Festival, which will hold live and virtual screenings, opened Wednesday with "In the Heights" at Wellfleet Drive-In. → Read More

Students feel relieved, at ease after receiving COVID-19 vaccination

Some students shared with The State News their experience and reasoning behind signing up for the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More