Tracking Irene

Tracking Irene
It has been a busy week at HinghamWeather.com. I’ve been tracking Irene all week, and have been fielding questions from people concerned about her impacts in New England. Hingham Patch wrote a story about the storm, and was kind enough to ask for my thoughts on the matter. Read the Story

Junior Year Starts with a Bang…

No, it really did. I arrived on campus yesterday to begin my junior year at The Pennsylvania State University. Honestly, I don’t know how I’m already a junior, but that is beside the point. A severe thunderstorm roared into State College Sunday afternoon, producing torrential rain, gusty winds of up to 51 MPH, and even ...

Patch Feature

Patch Feature
Hingham Patch was kind enough to run a story on me, and my future career aspirations. Read the full story by clicking here.

Hingham Man Pursues Dream

Hingham Man Pursues Dream
By Tony Catinella Hingham Patch Teachers remember him as the student who reported the weather during his time at Hingham High School. His peers at Penn State recognize his face on their campus TV station. Members of the WCVB Channel 5 Boston’s weather team refer to him as the intern. And People in Hingham and ...

Eclipse Sparks Interest

Earlier in the week I posted a human interest/astronomy story on my website about the Bruins possibly clinching the Stanley Cup on a day with a Lunar Eclipse. That was interesting because the Red Sox also won the World Series on a day with a Lunar Eclipse in 2004 (see story). Apparently I wasn’t the ...

Hingham Weather, Forecast from Afar

Hingham Weather, Forecast from Afar
The Boston Globe By Dean Inouye Anyone interested in Hingham weather can go online and get up-to-the-minute data — as long as the site’s meteorologist isn’t in class at the time. Michael Page (Hingham High Class of ’09) has been running Hinghamweather.com since 2005. And since this fall, he’s been running it remotely. He’s a ...

Student Leader Honored with Hamilton Award

Student Leader Honored with Hamilton Award
The Hingham Journal By Liz Fuller When student council advisor Deanne Moore suggested that Michael Page, then a junior at Hingham High School, apply to the Alexander Hamilton Award, he had never heard of the award before. But after looking at the award web site, Michael decided he’d apply. Michael was selected as one of ...

High Schools Focus on Climate Change

High Schools Focus on Climate Change
The Patriot Ledger By Karen Goulart Dressed in bright yellow waders, Hingham High School social studies teacher Ron Woolley leaped from tabletop to tabletop, sending paper “fish” flying as he goes. With those loud rubber pants – and a voice to match – Woolley was transforming a standard lesson in economics into a rousing, memorable ...

Coming Up Next on NewsCenter 5

Coming Up Next on NewsCenter 5
The Boston Globe By Johnny Diaz When Melissa Majkut tunes in to WCVB-TV (Channel 5) at 6 p.m., she’s not just watching a newscast. She’s witnessing an anchor audition. Since veteran broadcaster Natalie Jacobson retired last July, Majkut has watched potential anchors fill in every week. The most notable candidates: Liz Brunner and Heather Unruh, ...

The News About the News

The Boston Globe By Johnny Diaz Every night, Rob Mignogna records every 6 p.m. newscast in Boston and studies how each station covers the day’s stories. Then he writes about them on his blog. “I am more into news than I am into sports. I am hopelessly addicted to anything related to the Boston news ...