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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
Naysayers don't get far when Dr. Bill Loesch is on the case

He already has decades of community activism under his belt, but longtime Dorchester community leader Dr. Rev.

These 'Star Wars' fans combine dressing up with doing good

Don't be fooled by the 501st Legion's sinister appearance. The 'bad guys doing good' donated 182,000 volunteer hours in 2016 and raised $889,000 for charity.

Woods Hole to the (turtle) rescue

Each turtle is numbered with a flipper band tag, and has the number on their shell. Photo courtesy NOAA Fisheries/Heather Soulen, NEFSC The Woods Hole Science Aquarium is aided in the recovery of six of the world's most endangered sea turtles.

MBTA will discount Quincy commuter rail rides during Wollaston closure

T riders in Quincy will pay subway rates to ride into Boston on the commuter rail during the nearly two-year closure of the Wollaston Red Line station starting next month. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority is reducing the cost of a commuter rail trip between Quincy Center and South Station during the Wollaston closure from $6.25 to $2.25, the cost of a subway ride.

Police investigate door-knocking scam as woman's Facebook warning...

QUINCY, Mass. - Police in Quincy, Massachusetts, are investigating a disturbing account of an incident one woman had at her front door.

Quincy police arrest 4 after fentanyl investigation

Quincy police on Friday arrested three people after observing an alleged deal involving fentanyl. A fourth person was arrested on outstanding warrants.

MBTA gives go-ahead to big Quincy Center development

Hundreds of housing units and new office space could be coming to the Quincy Center Red Line station, after the T's board on Monday gave an initial approval to the plan. The agency has selected a joint venture of Hingham-based Atlantic Development and Bozzuto Development of Maryland to develop the site in phases.

Quincy locals furious over Wollaston Station shutdown

Approximately 80 people attended the Wollaston Station meeting and around 40 of them expressed their concerns on Nov. 15 at Quincy Central Middle School. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority held a public meeting about the Wollaston Station improvement project on Nov. 15 at Quincy Central Middle School.

Lawmakers named to negotiate criminal justice bill

The task of reconciling two major criminal justice bills is ready to get underway after lawmakers on Thursday appointed a conference committee led by Rep. Claire Cronin and Sen. William Brownsberger, the co-chairs of the Judiciary Committee.

Uber driver allegedly assaulted woman, held her captive

A 46-year-old Uber driver was arrested Wednesday on charges that he indecently assaulted a female customer and held her captive when she demanded to be let out of his car. A friend of the alleged victim contacted police shortly before 1 p.m. Wednesday and said the woman had been "sexually assaulted by an Uber driver and that the driver was scheduled to drop the victim off on Cottage Ave.," Quincy police said in a statement.

Five artists chosen for public projects in Grove Hall, and on Quincy Street

Daniel Sheehan, Reporter Correspondent Above, "Afro Futurism/Breathe Life" mural and artist Robert - Problak' Gibbs in front of his work at 324 Blue Hill Ave. Photo courtesy of Chris Gaines.

Five artists chosen for public projects in Grove Hall, and on Quincy Street

Above, "Afro Futurism/Breathe Life" mural and artist Robert 'Problak' Gibbs in front of his work at 324 Blue Hill Ave. Photo courtesy of Chris Gaines.

Distracted driver crashes car into Quincy home

Distracted driving caused a motorist to crash through a fence and into the side of a home in Quincy Tuesday morning, police said. The vehicle hit the side of the home at 16/18 Quarry St. around 10 a.m., police said in statements posted to their Facebook and Twitter pages.

She hugged a 92-year-old who had been robbed. But secretly, she was an accomplice, police say

Security camera footage showed 26-year-old Kayla Noel-Brown, of Quincy, Mass., helping a 92-year-old woman get back into her apartment building after the woman was brutally robbed on Nov. 19, according to Quincy police. Moments earlier, Doris Prendiville, the 92-year-old, had gone to a nearby CVS to buy the Sunday edition of the Boston Globe.

MBTA ponders plan for 602 housing units, shops, offices at Quincy Center Station

The long-planned redevelopment of Quincy Center got another boost Monday when the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority unveiled a plan to build 602 housing units and office and retail space at its downtown station. The T has selected a joint venture of Hingham-based Atlantic Development and Bozzuto Development Co., of Maryland, to build above and around the 6.3-acre Red Line and bus station.

Baby in front seat causes concern for some motorists

One woman is hoping her message gets out to everyone especially with the increased travel we're seeing for the holidays after she saw something that alarmed her while she was on the road. Summer Paurus was traveling south along Ash Street on Saturday when she saw a couple driving with an infant in the front seat "She was just holding him in her lap," Summer says.

With priest's guidance, center gives addicts a chance to start anew

Eleven acres of emerald jut into Fishers Island Sound, where sunlight dances like so many well-cut diamonds on gray, wind-whipped water, and the causeway that leads to this place - Enders Island - is just a football field long. But for the young men who cross that tiny one-lane bridge, for the teens and young adults whose lives have been wrecked by drugs and alcohol, who have left behind a trail of betrayal and defeat, of hopelessness and paralyzing fear, it is nothing less than the passage of a lifetime.

Two people arrested for assault, robbery of elderly Quincy woman

Two people were arrested Saturday in connection to the assault and robbery of an elderly woman in Quincy last weekend, police said. Kayla Noel-Brown, 26, of Quincy and Markell Cruz, 27, of Somerville were both charged with unarmed robbery of an elderly person, assault and battery on an elderly person, and conspiracy, Quincy police said in a statement posted to their Facebook page.

Pro Street Is Far From Dead With This '55 Bel Air

There's very little that hasn't been attempted in the world of hot rodding when one takes into consideration the sheer amount of design, engineering, and creativity flowing from the minds of builders from coast to coast. Every so often, however, someone comes along with the fortitude to blend specific styles together to form something that's been percolating in the back of their mind.

'Sweet Baby James' leads Quincy man to trek from Stockbridge to Boston to fight domestic violence

"Now the first of December was covered with snow, and so was the turnpike from Stockbridge to Boston," sings James Taylor in one of his classic songs, "Sweet Baby James." David Spillane won't be walking the turnpike, but the song nonetheless is a key inspiration behind his walk from Stockbridge to Boston.

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