Sewer Overflow Reported On Perry Road; No Risk To Public Health, Safety

A sanitary sewer overflow was reported on Perry Road in Wollaston on Thursday.

The overflow was reported at 20 Perry Rd., according to an email sent by the city’s Department of Public Works on Friday afternoon. The overflow was listed as ongoing as of then, with about 50 gallons of sewage being released per day.

According to City Engineer Paul Costello, there was a very small sewer pipe leak that has been cleaned up and is being self-contained on Perry Street until the pipe can be permanently repaired in the near future.

“There is no risk to public health and safety,” Costello said.

According to the DPW website, “A sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) is an unintentional discharge, spill or release of untreated sewage into the environment or a property. SSOs are also known as sewer backups and the resulting flooding can cause damage to a property and pollute the environment. Raw sewage is dangerous because it contains bacteria and other hazardous microorganisms. Touching or walking through contaminated areas can bring germs into uncontaminated areas of your home. Children and pets are especially vulnerable.”

Catherine J. Keaney, 90

Catherine J. “Kay” Keaney, age 90, of Weymouth, formerly a longtime resident of Quincy, died peacefully, Thursday, July 28, 2022 at AccentCare Inpatient Hospice Center – Milton.

Catherine was born in Boston, raised and educated in Dorchester, and was a graduate of the Dorchester High School for Girls, Class of 1949. She lived in Weymouth for the past five years, previously in Quincy for thirty years, and earlier in Dorchester.

Kay was employed as an executive secretary for the John Hancock Life Insurance Company for twenty-seven years and had been retired for many years.

Beloved daughter of the late John J. and Mary E. (Foley) Keaney.

The last of six siblings, Kay was predeceased by Mary E. Cahill and her husband Richard, John J. Keaney and his wife Rita, Teresa Flanigan and her husband Robert, Anna M. Keaney, Robert L. Keaney and his wife Patricia “Gail”.

Kay is also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, and their families.

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Saint Elizabeth’s Church, 350 Reedsdale Rd., Milton, on Wednesday, Aug. 3, at 11:30 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Visitation prior to the Mass at the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals, 1 Independence Ave, Quincy from 9:45 – 10:45 a.m. Interment New Calvary Cemetery, 800 Harvard St., Boston.

For those who wish, donations in Kay’s memory may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Pl., Memphis, TN 38105.

You are invited to visit or call 617-472-6344.

Frank P. Milano, 90

Frank Paul Milano, of Quincy, formerly of Dorchester, passed away on July 25, 2022, surrounded by his loving family.  Frank was 90 years old and lived life to the fullest.

Frank P. Milano

Born in Boston on Feb. 23, 1932, he was the son of the late Benny and Nancy (Falcetta) Milano. Frank grew up in Dorchester.  He was a devout Catholic and attended St. Ann’s Church, in Quincy, where he lived for 64 years with his wife, Anita and their family.

Frank served as a Corporal in the U.S. Army and was stationed in Korea, where he helped build roads and bridges.  After being discharged from the Army, he worked as a welder/machinist for American (Domino) Sugar co. for 25 years before retiring.  After that, he worked part-time for Corcoran Management.

Frank was an active member of North Quincy Council of the Knights of Columbus, where he volunteered his time to help establish and work Bingo for many years.  There, he met many of his lifetime friends.  He thoroughly enjoyed playing golf for the Knights of Columbus at The Furnace Brook Golf Club and attended many golf trips to Naples, Florida with the same group.  He especially enjoyed several trips and cruises to Bermuda and the Caribbean with family and friends.  Frank was an extremely avid ALL BOSTON sports fan, especially, the New England Patriots.  He volunteered his time as a welder to assist in building Schafer Stadium, consequently, getting his season tickets, which were on the 50-yard line.  He was one of the first season ticket holders starting in 1960 and followed them when they played at B.U. Field, Harvard University, Fenway Park and all the way to The Dynasty at Gillette Stadium.  He saw 11 Super bowls with the Pats in his lifetime and attended two of them.  Frank was also a “HOCKEY DAD”, when both his boys played for Quincy Youth Hockey and he attended many hockey trips to Canada and New York with them.  Again, in 1970, he volunteered his welding expertise to help build Quincy Youth Hockey Arena. Frank was a perfectionist and thought things should be done on schedule.  Often times, we let him think we did do things on schedule.

Frank is survived by his wife Anita (Tagliamonte) Milano. Devoted Father to Richard and his wife, Claudine Milano of Braintree, Jim and his wife, Patti Milano of Marshfield.  Grandfather to Christopher and his wife, Casey Milano of Quincy, Amanda Milano and her partner, Joey Rackauskis of Quincy, Matthew and Alexa Milano of Braintree and John and Victoria Milano of Marshfield.  Great grandfather to Brayden, Evan, Camdyn and his namesake, the newest addition to the family, Gianni Franceso Milano.  Also survived by his brother Vinny Milano of Mashpee, and sisters Agnes Lynch of Abington and Lena and her husband, George Cummings of Hingham as well as many nieces and nephews.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to visit with the family on Saturday, Aug. 13, 2022 from 10 – 10:30 a.m. in St. Ann’s Church, 757 Hancock St., Quincy followed by the Funeral Mass which will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m.

The family would like to thank all the staff at Beth Israel Milton Hospital, especially his nurse Erika, as well as Accent Care at Seasons Hospice for their kind and professional care given to Frank.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Accent Care, 1 Edgewater Dr., Suite 103, Norwood, MA 02062-4674

State Auditor Candidate Anthony Amore In Quincy Aug. 9

On Tuesday, Aug. 9th, Republican candidate for State Auditor Anthony Amore will be in Quincy to talk art, history, and politics at ALBA Restaurant on Hancock Street.

 As an investigator, author, and historian in his own right, Amore will be highlighting his work done as a special volunteer for the Massachusetts Historical Society to transcribe the diaries of John Quincy Adams. His latest book, “The Woman Who Stole Vermeer,” will be available for purchase or donation along with his previous two New York Times best-seller books on art theft.

According to a press release from his campaign, Amore is running for state auditor while enjoying significant support from a cross-section of voters, activists and elected officials representing municipalities and various areas of the state, including an endorsement from Gov. Charlie Baker, who believes Anthony would follow the governor’s model of independent thinking and bipartisanship at the State House. If elected, Amore has promised to audit the Auditor’s Office, investigate the cost of tuition at UMass, and combat inflation by reducing waste, fraud, and abuse in state government spending.

 Residents who wish to attend Amore’s visit to ALBA Restaurant Aug. 9 can RSVP to

Mary A. Jordan, 95

Mary Agnes Jordan of Quincy passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Monday, July 25, 2022. She was 95.

Mary A. Jordan

Mary was born in South Boston to Harriet (Macomber) and George Gallagher and raised in South Boston and Dorchester. She attended Girls’ High School in Roxbury and graduated in the class of 1944. She was lucky enough to grow up in the same neighborhood as her beloved Robert. They started dating in their early 20’s and were married Oct. 19, 1952, at St. Margaret Church in Dorchester.

Mary loved spending time with her family; her favorite place to be was home with them. In her spare time, she enjoyed crossword puzzles, baking, crocheting, reading murder mysteries and ceramics. On Wednesday nights for many years she enjoyed a night out to play BINGO with friends. A devout Catholic, she said the Rosary daily until recently and attended Sunday Mass when she was able. Mary was quiet and reserved in nature; however, when it came to her family, she was as fierce a protector as they come.

Mary was the beloved wife of 61 years to the late Robert P. Jordan. Devoted mother of Patricia Graeber and her husband Jeff of Quincy, Robert Jordan and his wife Lucy of Quincy, Mary Ellen Jordan of Quincy, Ann Marie Wilson and her husband Eddie of Safety Harbor, FL, Mark Jordan and his companion Carolann of Norton, Kevin Jordan and his wife Ann of Quincy and David Jordan of Quincy. Cherished grandmother of 14 grandchildren and great-grandmother of 9. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews. Mary is predeceased by her 6 siblings.

Special thank you to her caregiver, Patrice, whose presence and care were a great source of comfort to Mary and her family.

Mary’s services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Mary may be made to Celtic Angels (attn: Hospice Fund), 231 Washington Street, Weymouth, MA 02188.

Evening Shuttle Buses to Replace Red Line Trains between JFK/UMass and Braintree Aug. 1-4 and Aug. 8-11

The MBTA announces that shuttle buses will replace evening Red Line Braintree branch service beginning at approximately 9 p.m. through the end of service from Mondays to Thursdays for two consecutive weeks, between Aug. 1–4 and Aug. 8–11.

“As the MBTA continues to work with the FTA on safety enhancements, the track and maintenance work to take place during these evening Red Line diversions will continue to allow the T to build a better and safer system for all of its riders and employees,” MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak said in a press release. “We know any diversions in service can be frustrating for riders, but these evening diversions allow us to address necessary track repairs and speed restrictions on the Braintree branch, which will lead to a faster trip for Red Line riders.”

The MBTA continues to prioritize safety enhancements and to address track work and maintenance associated with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) directives. These evening shuttle bus diversions on the Red Line will allow work crews more access to the track to expedite this maintenance work as efficiently as possible. The upcoming Red Line project activities during these evening diversions includes tie replacement and track re-alignment work that, when completed, will allow the MBTA to remove speed restrictions along the Braintree branch, ultimately speeding up travel time for riders.

Free, accessible shuttle buses will make all stops between JFK/UMass and Braintree stations during these evening weekday diversions.

For more information, visit or connect with the T on Twitter @MBTA, Facebook /TheMBTA, or Instagram @theMBTA.


C. Jane Murphy, 65

C. Jane Murphy, age 65, a lifelong resident of Quincy, died suddenly, Friday, July 22, 2022, at home.

C. Jane Murphy

Jane was born in Boston, to the late Alfred P. and Joan T. (Buckley) Murphy. Raised and educated in Quincy, she was a graduate of Quincy High School, Class of 1974. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Massachusetts Boston.

Jane was employed as a clerical worker for the federal government in Boston for twenty years, and also worked as a tutor in English as a Second Language programs at UMass Boston.

Jane had an interest in creative writing. She enjoyed spending time with her family. Jane’s greatest joy came from being a dedicated and loving mother.

Devoted mother of Michael Lamb of Quincy.

Dear sister of Melinda J. Herland and her husband Norman of North Carolina, and Lauren A. Murphy of Boston.

Jane is also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, and extended family members.

At the request of the family, services took place privately. A Funeral Mass was celebrated in Saint John the Baptist Church and interment took place at Pine Hill Cemetery, West Quincy.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Jane’s memory may be made to DOVE, P.O. Box 690267, Quincy, MA 02269.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals, 1 Independence Ave, Quincy. You are invited to visit or call 617-472-6344.

Robert ‘Tony’ Athas, 78

Robert “Tony” Athas, age 78, of North Quincy, originally from South Boston and a longtime summer resident of Brewster, died peacefully, Saturday, July 23, 2022, at Tufts Medical Center in Boston.

Robert ‘Tony’ Athas

Tony was born in Boston and raised in South Boston.

He lived in North Quincy for the past thirty-six years, previously in South Boston. He summered in Brewster for over forty years.

Tony loved to golf and was a talented player. He was a longtime member of The Captains Golf Course in Brewster.

Beloved husband of Jean A. (Smith) Athas. Together for forty-six years, they were married for thirty-six years. The two were best friends and inseparable.

Devoted son of the late Mildred (Libby) Rusteika and her late husband Steve.

Dear brother of Peter Athanasopoulas, Stephen F. Rusteika, Jr. and his wife Kitty, Kathaleen Callahan, and the late Richard Athanasopoulas and his surviving wife Janice.

Tony is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Visiting hours will be held at the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals, 1 Independence Ave, Quincy, on Wednesday, July 27, from 4 – 6 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Saint Agatha Parish, 432 Adams St., Milton, on Thursday, July 28, at 10:30 a.m. Interment to follow at Pine Hill Cemetery, West Quincy.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Tony’s memory may be made to Saint Agatha School, 440 Adams St., Milton, MA 02186.

You are invited to visit or call 617-472-6344.

Enrico M. ‘Henry’ Salvaggi, 90

Enrico M. “Henry” Salvaggi, age 90, a longtime resident of Quincy, died suddenly, Sunday, July 24, 2022, in the comfort of his home.

Enrico M. ‘Henry’ Salvaggi

Henry was born in Bristol, R.I., to the late Ralph C. and Annie L. (Castigliego) Salvaggi. Raised in Quincy, he was a graduate of Quincy High School, Class of 1950. He was a proud member of the Quincy High School Basketball Hall of Fame.

He was employed as a utility worker at the Mass Electric Company for forty-two years, retiring in 1994.

Henry was a veteran of the Korean conflict, having served as a Corporal in the U.S. Army. He received the National Defense Service Medal.

He was a longtime active member of the Torre Dei Passeri Social Club in Quincy.

Henry was dedicated to his family and especially to his cherished grandchildren, supporting all their many activities and accomplishments.

Beloved husband of the late Evelyn N. (Fostello) Salvaggi.

Devoted father of Lynne Donadio, Ralph Salvaggi and his wife Cheryl, all of Weymouth.

Loving Papa of Richard Donadio and his wife Billie Jean of Abington, Christopher Donadio and his wife Krystin of Wilmington, and Nicole Jones and her husband Dennis of Weymouth.

Cherished great-grandfather of Richard, Olivia, Gia and Jack.

Dear brother of Concetta A. Nicosia of Quincy and Louise M. Smith of Rockland. Henry is also survived by several nieces and nephews.

Funeral Services will be conducted at the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals, 1 Independence Ave, Quincy, on Wednesday, July 27, at 10:30 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Visitation prior to the service from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Interment, with military honors, to follow at Pine Hill Cemetery, West Quincy.

For those who wish, donations in Henry’s memory may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.

You are invited to visit or call 617-472-6344.

Muriel M. Lahage, 95

Muriel M. (Cousins) Lahage of Quincy passed away on July 22, 2022, at the age of 95. Born and raised in England, Muriel was a homemaker.  She was a World War II warbride, having met her husband Nicholas in England while he served in the Mighty 8th US Army Air Corps.

Muriel M. Lahage

Muriel was the beloved wife of the late Nicholas M. Lahage; dear daughter of the late Walter Cousins and Edith Darby, loving mother of the late Leslie N. Lahage, Madeleine Norman and her husband Joseph of Quincy, Teresa Nasif and her husband Kenneth of West Roxbury, Nicholas S. Lahage of Quincy; devoted grandmother of Richard Norman, James Norman, Kenneth Nasif, Michael Nasif, Jennifer Amber, Les Lahage, Rachel Lahage, and David Lahage; and survived by 7 great-grandchildren.

Family and friends are invited to visiting hours on Thursday, July 28th from 4 p.m. -7 p.m. at the Dennis Sweeney Funeral Home, 74 Elm St., Quincy Center. On Friday there will be a gathering at the funeral home at 9 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph Church, Quincy. Burial to follow at Mount Wollaston Cemetery, Quincy.