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Scituate

(sĭch`o͝owāt, –wĭt), town (1990 pop. 16,786), Plymouth co., SE Mass., on the Atlantic coast about midway between Boston and Plymouth; settled c.1630, inc. 1636. It is a residential community and also a summer resort.
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More than 1,800 people alerted Scituate officials they had evacuated, The Boston Globe reported.
Notes: a mandatory pre-proposal meeting will be held september 13, 2017 at 10:00 am in the town of scituate council chambers, 195 danielson pike, scituate, rhode island.
The bank's main office is located on Main Street in Hingam, Massachusetts and has branch offices in South Hingham and the neighbouring towns of Cohasset, Hull, Scituate, Norwell and Weymouth as well as in the South End of Boston, Beacon Hill and on the island of Nantucket.
That is the question residents in the Town of Scituate, MA, were faced with when they voted in favor of a $22 million water pipe replacement project in November 2013.
On Massachusetts' South Shore, the Brant Rock Esplanade was flooded with ocean water, damaging homes and businesses, and in Scituate, icy seawater flooded the streets and homes (see pictures below).
Darel volunteered over forty years of service to Camp Aldersgate in North Scituate, RI, where he served as site committee chair for 25 years.
the amateur astronomical society of Rhode Island, is proud to announce the celebration of the 100th anniversary of Seagrave Memorial Observatory in North Scituate during our annual AstroAssembly 2014 convention (September 26-27).
The riders chose a 50-mile, a 25-mile, or a 15-mile ride, winding through Norwell, Cohasset, Scituate, Hull, and Hanover.
Enough to power a significant portion of Scituate, MA, and its nearly 18,000 residents.
IN THE HUMAROCK coastal neighborhood of Scituate, Mass.
US wireless communication services company Verizon Wireless has activated a new cell site in North Scituate, Rhode Island, the company announced on Wednesday.