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Road Rage Stabbing Victim Released From Hospital; Investigation Continues

By SCOTT JACKSON Quincy police are investigating a stabbing in North Quincy on Thursday (Sept. 15) that left the victim with serious injuries. The stabbing took place in the area of Glover Avenue and the victim was taken to an area hospital with serious injuries, the department said. Glover Avenue and Pierce Street was closed … Read more

Neat Neighbors Contest Winners Announced

Mayor Thomas Koch has announced the 2022 Neat Neighbors contest winners. Thirty properties from throughout the city were recognized for their efforts to keep their properties maintained in the spirit of a cleaner and greener Quincy.  Winners receive a $30 gift certificate to a local garden center and a handsome lawn sign they can display … Read more

Brian Palmucci Nominated For Judgeship

Gov. Charlie Baker on Wednesday nominated Attorney Brian Palmucci, a current member of the Quincy City Council, as Associate Justice of the District Court. “Attorney Palmucci’s years of experience representing the Commonwealth in several legal roles make him well-suited for this appointment,” said Governor Charlie Baker. “I am pleased to submit his nomination to the Governor’s Council … Read more

Boston Blockchain Stepping Into The Future Sept. 21-25

2022 Boston Blockchain Week: Blockchain technology leaders, Web3 innovators and cryptocurrency enthusiasts from Metro Boston, New England, the Metaverse and beyond will descend on Quincy Center from Sept. 21st – 25th for Boston Blockchain Week. Led by QUBIC Labs, the week-long summit will focus on community building throughout Boston’s burgeoning blockchain technology sector and will feature … Read more

Food Truck, Music Festival On Coddington Street Oct. 1

The City of Quincy’s annual Food Truck & Music Festival will take place Saturday, Oct. 1st from noon – 6 p.m. on Coddington Street. The afternoon will include a wide variety of local bands, food trucks and kids entertainment. “Quincy’s food truck and music fest has become an annual fall tradition in the City highlighting … Read more

Quincy High Reopens Following Bomb Threat

By SCOTT JACKSON Quincy High School reopened on Tuesday morning after the building was evacuated earlier in the day following an anonymous bomb threat. Students and staff were being allowed back into the building as of 9:50 a.m., the Quincy Police Department said in a statement. Meanwhile, police continue to probe the origin of the … Read more

Dorchester Man Pleads Not Guilty In Robbery That Ended In Deadly Shooting

A Dorchester man accused of taking part in the armed robbery that ended in the death of a Quincy man was arrested on a Quincy District Court warrant while leaving a Boston residence this morning, according to Norfolk District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey. Dwayne D. Harper, 28, of Bellevue Street in Dorchester, entered a plea … Read more

State Announces 2022 Deer Management Plan for Blue Hills Reservation

  The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR), in consultation with the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MassWildlife), on Friday announced the 2022 Deer Management Plan for the Blue Hills Reservation. Based upon the experience of implementing and assessing the outcomes of seven successful controlled hunts, DCR will implement a plan in 2022 that mirrors permitted archery hunting … Read more

City To Distribute Surgical Masks To Public

The City of Quincy Office of Emergency Management will begin the distribution of surgical masks free of charge to the public on Monday, Sept. 19th. Quincy residents wishing to receive an issue of masks can email: emergencyoperations@quincyma.gov or call 617-376-1105 to schedule an appointment for mask pick-up. Mask distribution will be conducted at the Richard … Read more

‘Joe Finn Building’ Dedicated In Quincy Center

By SCOTT JACKSON A newly renovated building with 22 units of affordable housing located in the heart of Quincy Center was dedicated Friday morning. The building, located at 1433 Hancock St., was named the Joe Finn Building in honor of Finn, a longtime advocate for affordable housing and a former member of the Quincy City … Read more