Wednesday, June 7, 2017


Welcome to the Wednesday edition of “The South Shore’s Morning News”. Rob Hakala returns today.

Coming up at 7:11, Nicole Long from Old Colony Elder Services is with us today to talk about “Selfies with Sid“! It’s a selfie contest with OCES’s lobster mascot Sid and Nicole will give us all the details.

Then at 8:11, Steve Murphy, director of college advancement at Massasoit Community College, joins us in studio to talk about Sunday’s “Radio Classics Live” production and the important fundraiser this is for the school.

8:41, John Galluzzo stops by today to talk about his latest book, “Abington Through Time“. The book, written by John Galluzzo and Donald Cann, takes the reader on a walk up and down the main streets and back roads to see what remains, and what has changed over the past century and a half.

And at 9:11, Plymouth Community Theatre’s latest show, “I love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change”, opens this weekend and show director Corinne Mason stops by to give us the hilarious details.



About Rob Hakala

Since 2000, Rob has hosted The South Shore's Morning News on WATD.