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Part of the greater Boston Metro area, the city is named after Colonel John Quincy. While many may have forgotten the Colonel, His granddaughter married John Adams who would become the 2nd president of the United States and their son would become the 6th. The city was also the birthplace of John Hancock, who was President of the Continental Congress and died in office as Governor of Massachusetts.

Population: 92339
Local Newspapers: Boston Globe Boston Herald
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Eastern Nazarene College

Zip Codes associated with quincy, massachusetts: 02169 02170 02171
Towns/Cities near quincy, massachusetts : Quincy Center Braintree Hough's Neck Wollaston Montclair Norfolk Downs Milton

Quincy News
DA: Quincy woman to be charged in death of baby girl

A Quincy woman is under arrest and expected to appear in district court this afternoon on charges she assaulted an 11-month-old baby girl last month. The child has since died.

No Discipline For Brayden Schenn For Hit On David Krejci

Boston's First L.L. Bean Store Set For Grand Opening L.L. Bean is coming to the big city. Four Overdose Deaths Involving Fentanyl In Lowell Over 12 Hours The fire chief said officials believe the four fatal overdoses involved a mix of heroin/fentanyl and cocaine/fentanyl.

Nor'easter expected to bury South Shore

That was the warning from public officials today as a region still reeling from two back-to-back nor'easters braced for yet another storm, this one with the potential to bury the South Shore in up to 2 feet of snow. A nor'easter that swept in around 10 p.m. Monday is expected to drop snow at a rate of 1 to 3 inches per hour while lashing the coast with wind gusts approaching 50 to 65 mph.

City seizes, sells downtown Taunton sites as part of central business revitalization

The flatbed truck with the toilet and trash is gone, and that's a good thing, according to Taunton City Solicitor Jason D. Buffington. Buffington said the mysterious removal last month of the white GMC commercial truck with attached bed only helps the city in its effort to eliminate eyesores and find new owners of vacant buildings downtown.

A must-do list for climate change in Greater Boston

A pair of powerful storms, one in January and another this month, provided an alarming preview of what's to come: a woman clutching her child in the floodwaters in Quincy , tens of thousands going without power for days , and the future site of General Electric's downtown Boston headquarters inundated with water . State and local officials have done an admirable job analyzing the long-term risks .

Rescuers can't save pregnant porpoise left ashore in storm

In this Friday, March 9, 2018, photo taken in Quincy, Mass., at a New England Aquarium off-site facility, volunteers Teresa Padvaiskas and Julian Kabawat prepare a harbor porpoise for a necropsy after it was stranded during a storm in Boston. less In this Friday, March 9, 2018, photo taken in Quincy, Mass., at a New England Aquarium off-site facility, volunteers Teresa Padvaiskas and Julian Kabawat prepare a harbor porpoise for a necropsy after it was ... more BOSTON - Rescuers say they were unable to save a stranded, pregnant porpoise that washed up in Boston during a recent storm.

Senate leadership fight full of intrigue, complications

Amid new twists and turns in the wide open race to be the next leader of the Massachusetts Senate, lawmakers are struggling to stay focused on major legislation pending in the current session. Democratic Sen. John Keenan, of Quincy, is the latest member to signal his interest in becoming Senate president, one of the three most powerful positions on Beacon Hill along with governor and speaker of the House.

Puppy Doe defendant claims dog ran away

Did Radoslaw Czerkawski keep the young pit bull who would come to be known as Puppy Doe in his Quincy home and torture it throughout summer 2013, or did the dog soon run off and suffer its brutal treatmen at someone else's hands? That is the question upon which Czerkawski's fate hangs in the high-profile animal-abuse trial that opened Thursday morning in Norfolk County Superior Court in Dedham. Czerkawski, a Polish national in the United States illegally, is standing trial on 12 counts of animal abuse and one of lying to investigators.

Charlie Baker wants - different answers' on coastal flooding

Gov. Charlie Baker, right, and Quincy Mayor Tom Koch inspect the recent storm damage in Quincy on Sunday, March 4, 2018. Staff photo by Nicolaus Czarnecki Gov. Charlie Baker said officials need to find "some different answers" in steeling the state against the type of floods that have twice inundated the shoreline this year, signaling there may be a growing appetite on Beacon Hill to tackle climate change.

Push is on to restore power with a 2nd storm on the way

Hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses from Virginia to New England remained without power Monday, several days after a major nor'easter struck the East Coast, and with another storm bearing down. Residents faced a massive cleanup Monday following the storm, which was blamed for nine deaths, including two children struck by trees.

Quincy restores power to 90 percent of homes

Power has been restored to about 90 percent of homes by National Grid. For residents who may need an electric inspection prior to power being turned on, please call the Inspectional Services Hotline at 617-908-2144 .

76,000 without power in Mass. three days after storm

Three days after a nor'easter hammered Massachusetts, some 76,000 utility customers are still without power Monday, some schools are closed or delaying opening, and the MBTA is warning commuter rail passengers that storm damage will slow their ride to work. The number of powerless customers has steadily declined from more than 400,000 this weekend to 76,250 as of 7:07 a.m., according to the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency.

Thousands in the dark following nor'easter

Gov Charlie Baker, top left, meets with local officials to discuss recent storm damage in Quincy on Sunday, March 4, 2018. Staff photo by Nicolaus Czarnecki Gov. Charlie Baker, left, and Quincy Mayor Tom Koch speak with Cyndy and Mike Cutter while surveying storm damage in Quincy on Sunday, March 4, 2018.

Gov. Baker To Tour Storm-Damaged Areas

Gov. Baker To Tour Storm-Damaged Areas Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito will visit Gloucester, Scituate, Quincy, and Marshfield.

Seven dead, streets flooded, cities paralyzed by massive East Coast storm

A large wave crashes Saturday into a seawall in Winthrop, Mass., a day after a nor'easter pounded the Atlantic coast. Dozens of people in eastern Massachusetts were rescued from high waters overnight.

Gloucester battered by storm surge

Severe winds and coastal erosion shook Gloucester during the weekend's nor'easter, collapsing sections of seawall and sending debris into roadways and boulders into at least one home, officials said Saturday. "This was really serious," Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken said in a brief phone interview Saturday night.

More East Coast flooding expected as deadly storm moves out to sea

The rising tide intensifies flooding along Long Wharf in Boston on March 2, 2018. A powerful storm hit the East Coast on Friday, bringing coastal flooding, heavy snow and strong winds.

Nor'easter winding down as coastal flooding concerns remain

The major nor'easter that brought intense rain, wind and snow to the Northeast on Friday is moving out to sea on Saturday. At least seven people are dead from the storm, and there were still 2.3 million customers without power in 12 states across the Northeast by early Saturday.

Flooding and high winds are expected to continue Saturday

Nearly 400,000 buildings were without power in Massachusetts on Saturday morning due to the forceful winds of the nor'easter that swept through the region Friday. At 6 a.m. Saturday, the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency reported approximately 380,000 power outages across the state, most of them in southeastern Massachusetts.

Slow-moving nor'easter kills 5, knocks out power in several states

A National Guard vehicle brings emergency workers to residents trapped by flood waters due to a strong coastal storm on March 2, 2018 in Quincy, Massachusetts. A nor'easter hit the east coast on Friday, bringing coastal flooding, heavy snow and strong winds to the area.

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