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Past articles by Hongyu:

Parades, fireworks, concerts: How to celebrate the Fourth of July on the South Shore

The Fourth of July weekend is filled with nonstop celebrations as the South Shore marks Independence Day. → Read More

'A perfect day': Veterans, families turn out for Hull's blessing of the fleet

The blessing of the fleet boat ride returned to Hull Saturday, June 25 as church leaders from the region wished safety and bounty to local fishermen. → Read More

'We love it,' Music, games, and food all day long at Braintree Day celebration

The town of Braintree welcomed its 49th Braintree Day Celebration with games, live music, and treats on Saturday, June 25 → Read More

'They continue to inspire': Randolph teen artists show creativity in work for local gallery

Nine teenagers from Randolph will have their work displayed in the Turner Free Library's Teen Room over the next year. → Read More

'You're braver than you think': Cardinal Cushing Centers graduates 26 students in Hanover

Joy was in the air as 26 students celebrated their graduation during the Cardinal Cushing Centers commencement ceremony Saturday, June 18. → Read More

South Shore Arts Festival: Artists, art lovers converge at annual show

The 67th South Shore Arts Festival celebrated public art and social justice from Friday, June 17 to Sunday, June 19 after two years of absence → Read More

'A fun way to engage with a book': StoryWalk in Norwell teaches children of Juneteenth

Children can read "Juneteenth for Mazie" by Floyd Cooper through the StoryWalk from June 13 to June 21. → Read More

Summer Fest: Town gathers to 'celebrate the magnificence of Norwell'

The Norwell Summer Fest returned to the town with live music, local foods, and fun activities first time after a brief absence from the pandemic. → Read More

'We're just getting started': 119 graduate at Thayer Academy in Braintree

Thayer Academy in Braintree graduates 119 seniors in its commencement exercises, held Saturday on the campus lawn. → Read More

Here's where and when you can see fireworks on the South Shore this summer

Summer firework celebrations will return from hiatus on the South Shore this year. → Read More

Quincy High School graduates told to live with love, 'be a force for good'

"As one door closes today, another will open for us tomorrow," class president Sabrina Egan said to her classmates of the Quincy High Class of 2022. → Read More

Cohasset High School graduates urged to 'lace our shoes and change the world'

Cohasset High School seniors graduated on Saturday, June 4, 2022 at South Shore Music Circus. → Read More

Rockland High grads told to bring 'Bulldog mentality' into next chapter of their lives

"I challenge you to give all of yourself and your talent to that place," Superintendent Alan Cron told members of the Rockland High Class of 2022. → Read More

Local painters encouraged to find inspiration in nature for Scituate's Arts Alive! Weekend

The Scituate Arts Association will hold its annual Arts Alive! Weekend on June 11 and 12 in Scituate Harbor. → Read More

'We have had enough': Milton school staff mourn victims of Uvalde shooting, call for change

Milton teachers and staff called for an end to gun violence and mourned the victims of the Uvalde school shooting Wednesday. → Read More

Norwell students read up for final chapter of 'Vinal Book Bee' championship

William G. Vinal Elementary School held its "Vinal Book Bee" Championship for fifth graders on Friday, May 27. → Read More

Family of World War II veteran grateful for memorial erected by Weymouth students

Weymouth High School students erected memorial for Midshipman Elmer C. Donnelly at the King Oak Hill Park in Weymouth on Saturday, May 28 → Read More

South Shore students' research into water quality helps guide officials, environmentalists

Five groups of students present their scientific research into local watersheds. → Read More

Quincy cookout, fundraiser will donate food locally and to those in Ukraine

Quincy Point Congregational Church invites residents to a fundraising concert and cookout starting at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 18. → Read More

Parades, ceremonies and more near you: How the South Shore will mark Memorial Day

See what is planned near you as South Shore communities honor veterans this Memorial Day. → Read More