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By 4-2 Vote, Lunar New Year Will Not Be A School Holiday

By SCOTT JACKSON The Quincy School Committee on Wednesday a calendar for the 2024-25 academic year that will keep schools open on Lunar New Year, despite a push from parents and community members make it a school holiday. The committee voted 4-2 to approve the calendar for the 2024-25 school year that does not include … Read more

Five Running Boston Marathon In Support Of ALS Research

Five runners will participate in this year’s 128th Boston Marathon in support of The Angel Fund for ALS Research, a 501 (c)(3) independent charity that benefits ALS research at UMass Chan Medical School. The five marathoners include veteran runners Matt Bergin, running his 34th consecutive Boston Marathon; Meghan King, running her 22nd consecutive Boston Marathon; … Read more

Family, Friends To Host Benefit To Support the Family of Billy Mulkern April 20th at Florian Hall

On Saturday, April 20th, the family and friends of Billy Mulkern are hosting A Night to Benefit the Mulkern Family.  The event will be held at Florian Hall (55 Hallet St., Dorchester) and kicks off at 7PM.  This past fall Billy was diagnosed with clear cell carcinoma, a kidney-based cancer. Unfortunately, the cancer has metastasized … Read more

Healey-Driscoll Administration Awarding Nearly $10 Million in Student Loan Repayment to Hundreds of Mental Health Care Workers

The Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) and the Department of Mental Health (DMH) is awarding almost $10 million in student loan repayment to 221 DMH direct care staff and clinicians across the state as part of the MA Repay Program. The MA Repay DMH Student Loan Repayment Initiative, implemented by the … Read more

Quincy Buddy Baseball Registration Open For 2024 Season

Quincy Community Electricity Launching June 2024 with Rate of 13.804 ¢/kWh

Quincy will join 170 cities and towns across Massachusetts by seeking a cheaper and cleaner electric supply for residents and businesses beginning in June. Quincy Community Electricity is a municipal aggregation program first approved by the City Council 2018 and approved by the state Department of Public Utilities earlier this year that allows the City … Read more

Online Events with the Thomas Crane Public Library This April

The staff of the Thomas Crane Public Library announce online events throughout April that give members the opportunity to explore many different topics from the comfort of their own homes. Registration is required for each event to receive the Zoom link. Art Across Asia: Persia – Crossroads for Art and Culture Sunday, April 14 from … Read more

William D. Delahunt, 82

William D. Delahunt, 82, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family, from a long-term illness on Saturday, March 30, 2024 at home in Quincy, Mass. Born July 18, 1941, William David Delahunt was a proud son of Quincy, a city bearing the name of Presidents. But Bill Delahunt’s background was far from political aristocracy. His … Read more

Ian Cain Files To Run For US Senate

By SCOTT JACKSON Quincy City Council President Ian Cain on Monday filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission to run for US Senate this fall. Cain, age 41, filed paperwork to run as a Republican in the Senate race. He said he plans to make a formal announcement regarding his candidacy later this month. Cain … Read more