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Zach Taylor’s 30 Points Lead Raiders Past Presidents, 74-32

Quincy Girls Basketball Downs North, Qualifies For State Tournament

 

Quincy Man Sentenced For Counterfeiting $100 Bills

A Quincy man has been sentenced to more than three years in federal prison for counterfeiting over 4,000 fake $100 bills. Victor Cardona, 34, on Jan. 18 was sentenced by US District Court Chief Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV to 41 months in prison, two years of supervised release and a fine of $5,000. In … Read more

Devine, Buenaventura To Face Off For Open Council Seat

By SCOTT JACKSON James Devine and Joel Buenaventura were the top two vote getters in the four-person preliminary election for the vacant Ward 4 seat on the Quincy City Council and will go head to head in next month’s final election. Devine finished first and Buenaventura second in Tuesday’s preliminary contest. Devine finished with 318 … Read more

Presidents Day Winterfest Feb. 20

Mayor Thomas Koch and the City of Quincy will host Presidents Day Winterfest 2023, a family-friendly holiday event, on Monday, Feb. 20. The afternoon and early evening activities will take place from 2  to 7 p.m. in and around the Hancock Adams Common, 1305 Hancock St., under a heated tent as well as inside Quincy … Read more

Houghs Neck Polar Plunge Benefits Atherton Hough School – Quincy Sun Photos/Robert Bosworth

65 Brave Souls ‘Plunge’ For Atherton Hough Elementary School

   

QCAP Opens Doors to New South West Community Center

On Tuesday, Nov. 29, Quincy Community Action Programs, Inc. celebrated the Grand Re-Opening and Ribbon Cutting for the new South West Community Center in South West Quincy, where the nonprofit has been serving food since 1968. Over 130 people were in attendance including elected officials, funders of the project, community partners and private donors. Guests … Read more

Town River Sailing Program, Q-NQ Marching Band Win Top Prizes At 69th Quincy Christmas Parade

By SCOTT JACKSON Thousands of onlookers lined up along Hancock Street between Quincy Square and North Quincy on Sunday afternoon to witness the city’s 69th Christmas parade, which featured dozens of bands and floats, plus scores of costumed characters. The theme of this year’s parade was “Christmas Through the Decades.” The theme was chosen by … Read more

Quincy Downs North 40-35 In Thriller To Win 90th City Football Championship