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By adamg - 6/19/23 - 2:27 pm
Bear rambling through Cohasset

Cohasset Police posted a photo of the bear for which an officer blocked off North Main Street this afternoon to protect both it and drivers. Police add: "He's heading toward Hingham now."

By adamg - 2/25/23 - 10:58 am

WCVB reports on the case against the guy, charged with using at least $18,000 in town electricity to fuel his operation to "mine" cryptocurrency in a crawlspace under Cohasset High.

By adamg - 6/18/22 - 11:31 am
Sunrise with a dog

Joe Kidston and Finn watched the sun come up over the coast in Cohasset this morning: Read more.

By adamg - 1/17/22 - 9:05 am
Raging sea in Cohasset

Joe Kidston captured the ocean's ragin' glory this morning at Black Rock Beach in Cohasset: Read more.

By adamg - 8/6/21 - 12:17 pm

The Supreme Judicial Court today pointed to breakthrough delta-variant cases and ruled that judges can no longer automatically discount past infection or vaccination in deciding whether inmates and people awaiting trial are eligible for a potential release for Covid-19-related health reasons. Read more.

By adamg - 7/27/21 - 9:20 am

Joe Kidston walked Rocky Beach in Cohasset this morning, reports western-wildfire smoke was still hazing everything up: Read more.

By adamg - 5/29/21 - 11:00 am

Joe Kidston walked the beach in Cohasset this morning: Read more.

By adamg - 2/5/21 - 8:58 am
Sunrise over Roslindale

Evan Judd had a great seat for this morning's sunrise over Roslindale.

Joe Kidson watched the sun come up over Cohasset harbor: Read more.

By adamg - 11/24/17 - 1:17 pm
Turkey diagram

Cohasset Police report a crash Thursday morning indirectly caused by turkeys on Rte. 3A: One driver stopped to let the birds cross; the driver two cars behind plowed into the car in front and was cited for being a motoring turkey for following too close.

Via Mark Richmond.

By adamg - 2/12/06 - 2:38 pm

Tom Sheehan photographs a 20-foot-tall Celtic cross in the Cohasset town cemetery that marks the burying place of 45 unidentified Irish imigrants who died in the St. John "Famine Ship" shipwreck on October 7, 1849 off Cohasset:

... Most of the victims were from the Irish counties of Galway and Clare who were heading to the United States to escape the potato famine that plagued Ireland... All they sought was a better life. ... I felt the sadness of the spirits as I photographed here today.

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