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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
editor to receive FATV's Boulder Award

Fitchburg Access Television announced Wednesday that the 21st Annual Boulder Award will be presented to Sentinel & Enterprise Editor Charles St. Amand on May 11 at Oak Hill Country Club. St. Amand was chosen by the all-volunteer board of directors of FATV to recognize his commitment to the city of Fitchburg and his partnership with Fitchburg Access Television.

Arciero joins Dems on panel responding to Trump

Westford state Rep. James Arciero is among nine House Democrats who have been appointed to a working group that a worried Speaker Robert DeLeo says will provide guidance on how to respond to "unprecedented actions" of the Trump administration. Arciero, who represents the 2nd Middlesex District, which includes the communities of Westford, Littleton and several precincts in Chelmsford, said there is a lot of fear and anxiety among constituents and residents of Massachusetts about how Trump administration policies will impact their lives.

2 arrested in Quincy after shots fired behind bank

Two armed young men were arrested after shots were fired behind Santander Bank on Hancock Street in Quincy Friday afternoon, police said. The Red Line Quincy T station was briefly shut down while police looked for the men, Dougan said.

Driver arrested for OUI after tractor-trailer rollover

The Southeast Expressway was shut down in both directions early Thursday morning after a tractor-trailer crash brought down power lines on the highway in Milton. State transportation officials say the offramp at Exit 10 in Milton will remain closed for "several hours at least" as the crashed truck is still blocking the exit.

Irish whiskey distillers rediscover their craft

Credit two factors: upstart Irish distillers looking to reconnect with their nation's long-lost "uisce beatha" heritage and a large market of thirsty whiskey lovers in America and beyond searching for authenticity in their Old World spirits. "At its height, there were 2,000 distilleries in Ireland, but they were wiped off the face of the earth," said Glendalough Distillery co-owner Donal O'Gallachoir, over sips of his whiskey this week at the Blarney Stone in Dorchester.

Snowstorm clobbers the Northeast after weeks of mild weather

This satellite image taken around 12:12 a.m. EDT and released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, shows clouds around the Northeast of the United States, Tuesday, March 14, 2017. A powerful nor'easter could bring blizzard conditions and more than a foot of snow from the mid-Atlantic to parts of the Northeast, and officials warn of potential beach erosion, possible coastal flooding and power outages from the late-season snowstorm.

The Latest: Trump tweets photo of snow prep meeting

This satellite image taken around 12:12 a.m. EDT and released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, shows clouds around the Northeast of the United States, Tuesday, March 14, 2017. A powerful nor'easter could bring blizzard conditions and more than a foot of snow from the mid-Atlantic to parts of the Northeast, and officials warn of potential beach erosion, possible coastal flooding and power outages from the late-season snowstorm.

Family, neighbors escape fire in Quincy

'IT WAS TERRIBLE': Dean E. Schaeffer, 96, above, describes discovering a fire next door, above right, on Circuit Road in Quincy yesterday. A Quincy family of four safely escaped a fire that gutted their small ranch-style home, and their neighbor, a 96-year-old Marine Corps veteran of World War II who survived Guadalcanal, said he thought his home was next.

Quincy fire displaces family of four

A two-alarm fire in Quincy early Sunday morning left a family of four without a home and six firefighters with minor injuries. The fire started at around 1:30 a.m. at 53 Circuit Road, according to Quincy Fire Department Deputy Chief Jack Cadegan.

Sanctuary debate expected in Quincy

The sanctuary city debate may be coming to Quincy on Monday night. Councilor-at-Large Nina Liang has filed a resolution to study the issue and determine whether becoming a sanctuary city is in Quincy's best interest.

Update on Quincy stabbing

The Quincy Police is seeking the identification of the following Asian male for Assault to Murder. The incident occurred 02/26/2017 at approx at the Jazz Moon Karaoke Bar, 217 Quincy Ave, Quincy.

Pat Greenhouse/Globe staff MBTA plans to rehab Quincy stations - maybe all at once

Officials say changes are planned for all four MBTA stations in the city and, depending on project timelines, multiple stations could be under construction at the same time. Meanwhile, just down the Red Line in Braintree, initial work has begun toward revamping the station's garage.

Judge rejects federal test on meal break compensability

The test for determining whether a meal break is compensable under the Massachusetts Wage Act should be whether an employee was relieved of all duties during the break, a judge from the Superior Court's Business Litigation Session has ruled. Plaintiff security guards brought a class action lawsuit against defendant Longwood Security Services and its president, alleging that the employer failed to pay them full wages earned because they remained on duty during the 30-minute meal breaks that were automatically deducted from their shifts.

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