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BBB Warns Consumers Of Baby Formula Online Shopping Scam

By BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU Shortages in the supply of baby formula are leading new moms to find other ways of finding the much-needed item – and risking themselves to potential online scams. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced it is taking proactive measures to increase supply to help ease the shortage. According to the 2021 BBB … Read more

Boston’s Run to Remember Registration and  Bib Pick up at Erie Pub

Boston’s Run to Remember in cooperation with Dorchester’s Erie Pub will be registering and providing Bib pick-up at the Erie Pub on Saturday, May 21st from 3 to 6 p.m. Boston’s Run to Remember is hosted by the Boston Police Running Club as a tribute to Fallen First Responders.  The Race will be held Sunday … Read more

QHS Fashion Show Returns To Runway After Two-Year Absence Due To COVID

Council To Begin Budget Review Wednesday, May 18

By SCOTT JACKSON The City Council will begin their review of Mayor Thomas Koch’s proposed $372.73 million budget for fiscal year 2023 on Wednesday, May 18. The council will hold a public hearing on the proposed general fund budget at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. The public hearing will take place in-person within the Great Hall on … Read more

Gov. Baker To Deliver Quincy College Commencement Address May 20

In his only college graduation speech this spring, Gov. Charlie Baker will deliver the keynote address at Quincy College’s 2022 Commencement exercises on Friday, May 20 at 11 a.m. at Veterans’ Memorial Stadium. “I’m honored to have been invited to speak at this year’s Quincy College Commencement,” Gov. Baker said in a press release issued … Read more

Morrisette Legion Baseball Tryouts Begin May 14

Morrisette Legion Baseball will be holding tryouts for both Junior and Senior Legion teams May 14-15, May 21-22 and May 28-29. The tryouts start at noon and will be held at Bishop Field. This is for kids ages 13-19. Any questions reach out head coach Steve Maze at

Pine Hill Proposal Clears Committee Vote 5-2; Needs 6 Votes To Pass $16.4M Bond

By SCOTT JACKSON Mayor Thomas Koch’s proposed $16.4 million expansion of Pine Hill Cemetery in West Quincy cleared its first hurdle on Monday with city councillors voting it out of finance committee with a positive reccomendation, and the project could receive final approval as soon as next week. The committee voted 5-2 in favor of … Read more

House Asian Caucus Kicks Off #ShopAAPIMonth Challenge

The Massachusetts House Asian Caucus announced last week that they will be challenging their colleagues and their communities to shop at local Asian and Asian American-owned businesses this month as part of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. The challenge originated last May as Massachusetts began to open back up after local businesses were hit … Read more

Spring ArtsFest In Merrymount Park May 21-22

The City of Quincy and the Quincy Art Association will be hosting the annual Quincy ArtsFest this May 21st and 22nd at the Richard J. Koch Family Park and Recreation Complex.  The event, traditionally held in September, will feature juried art, juried photography, children’s art, musical entertainment, artisans, and food. “We are excited to showcase … Read more

MA House Of Representatives Passes FY 2023 Budget; Makes Targeted Investments To Support Families

Representatives Ronald Mariano, Tackey Chan, Bruce Ayers, and Dan Hunt joined their colleagues in the Massachusetts House of Representatives in passing the Fiscal Year 2023 (FY23) budget last week. This budget responsibly responds to the needs of residents and makes targeted investments to support families in the Commonwealth. Funded at $49.73 billion, the House’s FY23 … Read more