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Printing Equipment Problem Causes Quincy Sun Delivery Delay

The company that prints The Quincy Sun is experiencing a problem with equipment that has caused a delay in the publishing and delivery of this week’s Quincy Sun. A company representative indicated that they hoped to have the Sun printed and delivered to the Sun office sometime Wednesday afternoon. The Sun does not own its … Read more

Portion Of Granite Street Closed To Vehicular Traffic Wednesday

The City of Quincy announces Granite Street between Burgin Parkway and Whitwell Street will be closed on Wednesday, March 29 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Drivers are encouraged to seek an alternate route during the closure. Vehicles traveling on Granite Street toward Quincy Center will be detoured east onto the Granite Street Connector/Hannon Parkway … Read more

Quincy Woman Convicted Of Manslaughter In Death Of 11-Month Old Niece

A Quincy woman has been found guilty of manslaughter by a Norfolk Superior Court jury for beating her 11-month old niece to death in 2018, according to Norfolk District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey. Shu Feng Hsu, 32, was living with seven family members in a home in Quincy’s Wollaston neighborhood in February 2018, including niece … Read more

Quincy School Committee, Teachers Reach Tentative Agreement

By SCOTT JACKSON The Quincy School Committee and Quincy Education Association on Friday afternoon announced they had reached a tentative agreement on a new contract for the city’s teachers. “The Quincy School Committee and the Quincy Education Association are pleased to announce the successful negotiation of a successor collective bargaining agreement for the period of … Read more

MBTA: April Service Changes Will Allow Crews to Perform Track Improvement Work on the Red Line

The MBTA today announced service changes in April on the Red, Blue, Orange, and Green lines, the Fairmount and Franklin/Foxboro Commuter Rail Lines, and Haverhill Commuter Rail Line. April service changes on the Red Line will focus on rail and tie replacement work: Accessible shuttle buses will replace service between Braintree and JFK/UMass Stations during the weekend … Read more

MBTA Launches Online Speed Restrictions Dashboard

The MBTA Thursday (March 23) launched a live, online Speed Restriction Dashboard that provides riders with up-to-date information on speed restrictions across the MBTA system. The dashboard reports on location, speed limit, when a restriction was put in place, and the reason for the restriction on the Red, Orange, Blue, Mattapan, and Green lines. The … Read more

Healey-Driscoll Administration Issues Guidance for Pharmacies to Ensure Continued Access to Reproductive Health Medications

The Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy (BORP) Wednesday (March 22) issued clarifying guidance to all pharmacies in the Commonwealth that as an essential part of the healthcare system and under its regulatory obligations, all pharmacies and pharmacy departments are required to stock and/or procure all reproductive health medications, including Mifepristone (Mifeprex®), and dispense those medications … Read more

Quincy Councillors Concerned Over Conditions At Two CVS Stores

By SCOTT JACKSON City councillors on Monday raised concerns about conditions at two of the CVS stores in Quincy – one in North Quincy and the other in Quincy Point – and asked representatives from the pharmacy giant to appear at a future meeting to address issues at those locations. Ward 6 Councillor William Harris … Read more

Right Lane Closures On Quincy Shore Drive Start Wednesday (March 22)

Beginning on Wednesday, March 22, and continuing through Friday, April 14, (excluding weekends), the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) will implement right lane closures along Quincy Shore Drive (outbound) from Sachem Street to Rice Road in Quincy from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to accommodate wood rail and guardrail replacement work. The work crew … Read more

1000 Southern Artery Safety Meeting March 27

The Quincy Police Department will hold a safety meeting at 1000 Southern Artery on Monday, March 27. The meeting will begin at 10:30 a.m. that morning in the South Wing Auditorium within the housing complex. 1000 Southern Artery is the largest senior housing complex in Quincy, with 641 apartments spanning three interconnected buildings.  Since 1966, … Read more