His way to pay back those who cared for him

By Morgan Hurley

HINGHAM — John Hersey, who lives on a street in Hingham named for his ancestors, has set up for a bumper crop of tomatoes this summer — and he already knows where the delicious bounty is headed. Hersey planted the crop with a plan to give the tomatoes to the medical staff at the Dana-Farber’s cancer center in Weymouth, where Hersey said he received treatment. It is his way of thanking them and giving back for all that they do.

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