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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
Man sentenced to life prison for killing father-of-two

'God forgives. I don't': Mother's message to man convicted of beating and stomping her son to death in unprovoked barroom attack as he is sentenced to life prison Paul Fahey, 44, was convicted of second-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison in the March 2015 slaying of Keith Boudreau Fahey knocked Boudreau, 42, to the floor of a Quincy, Massachusetts, bar and stomped on his head with heavy work boots Father-of-two died in a hospital 11 days after the attack, which witnesses said occurred after Boudreau looked in Fahey's direction A Massachusetts man convicted of beating a father-of-two to death in a random barroom attack was sentenced to life in prison, on Thursday, but not before hearing some harsh words from the victims' grieving family.

Lane Restrictions All Summer on Quincy-Weymouth Bridge

South Shore commuters and anyone from the Boston area planning a visit to Nantasket Beach this summer might want to avoid the usually heavily traveled Route 3A in the Quincy and Weymouth area. To facilitate continued work on a new bridge, traffic over the Fore River will be reduced to one lane each way at all times from June 2 through Sept.

Somerville housing debate echoes across region

Somerville has emerged as Boston's equivalent of Brooklyn - a blue-collar city transformed by young professionals and new development, but maintaining pockets of its funky, low-rent past. Now, many here are trying to keep that balance and prevent Somerville - already the most densely populated city in New England - from being overtaken by high-cost housing.

Man found guilty in beating death at Quincy bar

A Norfolk County jury on Tuesday convicted a 43-year-old Quincy man of second-degree murder in a brutal 2015 beating death of another man at a local bar, officials said. The jury needed less than two hours to return a guilty verdict in the case against Paul J. Fahey, District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey's office said in a statement.

Why are we cutting office crucial to fighting opioid crisis?

Citing a leaked document, news reports recently revealed a proposal by the Office of Management and Budget to drastically cut the budget of the Office of National Drug Control Policy . The proposal calls for eliminating two grant programs, one focused on community based drug prevention and the other a law enforcement grant program.

RMV: Driver in fatal Billerica auction crash cited 7 times

The 76-year-old auction employee driving the SUV that suddenly accelerated and ultimately killed four people last week has been involved in seven crashes since 1985. According to records from the Registry of Motor Vehicles, Roger Hartwell has been cited in seven accidents; these have happened in Quincy, where he lives, as well as in Weymouth and Milton.

Donald Trump's actions 'frighten' and 'torment' Massachusetts woman, lawsuit alleges

The Massachusetts resident is seeking "damages for violations of my First and Fourteenth Amendment rights for: discrimination, mental anguish and mental cruelty, loss of enjoyment of life, emotional damage and abuse of power." Wade claims she's been under a physician's care since the third week of Trump's presidential campaign in 2015.

North Quincy educator named 2018 Teacher of the Year

Students at North Quincy High School packed into the gymnasium on Tuesday, May 9, to honor science teacher Cara Pekarcik, who was named the 2018 Massachusetts Teacher of the Year. The North Quincy High School gymnasium was buzzing late Tuesday morning - National Teacher Day - well before the start of a ceremony honoring science teacher Cara Pekarcik as the 2018 Massachusetts Teacher of the Year.

Fitzgerald: They're all gone, but they left us laughing

IMMORTALS: Red Sox outfielders, from left, Sam Mele, Ted Williams, Stan Spence and Dom DiMaggio pose for a portrait during Spring Training in March 1948 in Florida. Just the mention of his name will bring a smile to anyone who ever heard Sam Mele mixing it up with Eddie Pellagrini every winter at the Johnny Pesky friendship dinner, a blast from the past that was always a sold-out affair as friends and contemporaries came together on the North Shore on the eve of spring training just to laugh the night away.

5 charged with human trafficking at Massachusetts brothels

The arrests were made Thursday in a joint operation by the FBI and Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey's office. The brothels were in Boston, Cambridge, North Reading and Quincy.

Law enforcement raids under way across Greater Boston

FBI conduct an investigation at 64 Beach St. in the Chinatown neighborhood of Boston on Thursday, May 4, 2017. Staff photo by Nicolaus Czarnecki Special agents from FBI Boston and other law enforcement agencies raided locations in Boston in Quincy this morning in connection with a state investigation, an official confirms.

Mele Passes

Sam Mele, a former big league outfielder who later managed the Minnesota Twins to a team-record 102 wins in a season, has died. He was 95. The Boston Red Sox said Tuesday that Mele died at home Monday in Quincy, Mass.

School bus crashes injure nine in South Yarmouth and Quincy

CRASH SCENES: Crashes involving school buses yesterday in Quincy, not pictured, and South Yarmouth, above, sent nine people, including three toddlers, to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Nine people, including three toddlers, were rushed to the hospital yesterday after separate bus crashes in South Yarmouth and Quincy, police said.

Three toddlers taken to hospital after bus crash in Quincy

Three toddlers and their bus driver were taken to the hospital for evaluation after their school bus crashed in Quincy Wednesday. The crash happened at 10:45 a.m. near the Southern Artery and South Street, Quincy police Captain John Dougan said.

Army's personnel chief nominated to be Vice Chief of Staff

U.S. Army then-Maj. Gen. James McConville, the outgoing commanding general of the 101st Airborne Division, speaks during a division change of command ceremony at Fort Campbell, Ky., June 20, 2014.

A two-for-one presidential experience: Adams National Historical Park packed with U.S. history

After a forgettable and regrettable U.S. election, time for more worthy pursuit of the story of America's highest executive office. Here on the leafy streets of Quincy, with its broad waterfront views of nearby Boston, is a two-for-one presidential experience at Adams National Historical Park .

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