Mo’ne Davis gets a pass from NCAA on auto commercial

Jordan Kobritz

by Jordan Kobritz If you’ve been watching the World Series on Fox you may have been surprised by what you saw on the screen. No, I’m not referring to the outstanding defensive plays turned in by players on both teams, or the Kansas City Royals’ shutdown bullpen in the late innings. Based on the pre-series…

Genealogical meeting Nov. 8 at John Curtis Free Library in Hanover

The November 2014 meeting of the South Shore Genealogical Society will be held Saturday November 8, 2014 at the John Curtis Free Library, Hanover, MA. The meeting will begin at 1:30 p.m. The featured speaker will be Seema-Jayne Kenney, a certified Professional Genealogist, whose topic will be “Using MassLandRecord.com” for property research. She will guide…

The Five Biggest Problems in Health Care Today, by Leah Binder

By Leah Binder Americans are losing patience with our nation’s healthcare system. But the reverse is also true — our healthcare system is literally losing “patients.” More than 1,000 Americans die every day from errors, accidents, and infections in hospitals. Many more suffer at the hands of procedures that never needed to be done in…

Exchange Plans Not Protecting HIV Positive Patients with Affordable Care

Exchange Plans Not Protecting HIV Positive Patients with Affordable Care By Brian Hujdich Progress in the fight against HIV disease has been remarkable. Thanks to the advent and continued development of innovative therapies, people living with HIV in the United States can expect to live well into their 70s — and even beyond. That, of…

Cohasset Advisors split in 2 over reimbursing Gjesteby’s legal bills

Cohasset advisors voted 4-4 (no action) with one abstention to not reimburse Selectman Martha Gjesteby for legal fees generated for her by the 2012 board of selectmen when they filed a criminal ethics complaint against her. Advisors’ role in the matter is that of a recommending body to town meeting that will vote on this and…

Cohasset Advisory to meet 10.23.14 over STM articles

A citizens’ petition to reimburse Selectman Martha Gjesteby for legal frees she acquired while fighting a criminal ethics charge filed against her by the board of selectmen in 2012-13 will be discussed by the advisory committee tonight. This will be the committee’s second go-’round on whether to reimburse Gjesteby for legal fees of $9,226.52. (Photo of Gjesteby at…