Inside This Week’s Quincy Sun

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New Push For Affordable Housing In Quincy Center

$147,000 Approved For Sea Wall Design, Permitting

Council Bans Smoking At Adams Green

Hearing April 3 On 171-Unit Apartment Proposal

MBTA To Discuss Projects In April

TV Commercial Filmed At Adams Shore Super Market

Police Warn Residents About Mail Scam

Residential Building Proposed At Newport Ave. Site

North Quincy MBTA Proposal Before Planning Board

Parent Group Pushes For Choral Music Teachers At Each High School

City Historian, Activist Tom Galvin Honored As ‘Irishman Of The Year’

Pols Trade Jokes At Annual St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon

Kennedy Center Offering Health, Wellness Program For Residents 60 And Over

Sinusitis: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatments

Point Webster School Geography Bee

Sons Of American Legion Host St. Patrick’s Day Dinner

Weather Cited In Downtown In Norfolk County Real Estate Activity

Quincy Residential Real Estate Transactions March 13 – March 17

A Job Well Done, Police Crime Prevention Journal

Local Hoopsters Compete In BABC Tournament

Football Hall of Fame Presents Awards At QHS Banquet

Prom Advice For Students, Parents From The BBB

Quincy’s Joe ‘Tex’ Fasci Celebrates 90 Years Young

Evening Stroll Around Faxon Park March 31

Owls Of The World Program April 19

Swing Band April 21 At Kennedy Center

Lincoln-Hancock Hosts Touch-A-Truck Event April 8

Friends Of Blue Hills Hikes Start April 11

Randolph Man Arraigned In Quincy Center Shooting

Greg O’Brien And Alzheimer’s Disease: A True Hero

Quincy Sun Adds Second Fun Page

Public Campaign To Preserve Beloved Piece Of Kennedy History

ENC To Present ‘The Watsons Go To Birmingham, 1963′

Quincy Rotary Club ‘Million Dollar Meal’ March 29

Church News

Local obituaries

And much more local news.

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