Below following are “snarq-filled” featured stories about the news of the day, with most of it breaking badly bad news©.
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An 80-year-old Quincy resident was taken to the hospital with said to be serious injuries after he was hit by a car in on Palmer Street on Monday shortly after 9:15 AM.
On top of local taxpayers looking likely to get hosed covering the nut over the long haul paying down the municipal debt incurred to construction of the new $47 million Hancock Parking Garage in Quincy Center, in the meanwhile the City of Quincy continues to not impose parking use charges on the general public …
In yet another exposé about the new $46 million dollar garage, Quincy Quarry found that the City of Quincy is continuing to provide free parking to at least the general public.
While there is a remote possibility that this watering hole might be reborn as South Quincy’s first fusion gastro brewpub featuring designer cocktails, the odds per the totes in Vegas indicate yet another higher rent for Quincy apartment building as more likely …
“Like anybody, I would like to live a long life. Longevity has its place. But I’m not concerned about that now. I just want to do God’s will…”
President Donald Trump forced to take a back seat in his defense as Senate impeachment trial begins.
Also sure to be fun to watch will be watching senators who will all be stuck listening quietly both unable to make any comment or have access to their cellphones while the impeachment trial is underway.
As the ever-growing legions of loyal Quincy Quarry readers could have only expected given Quarry coverage published almost two years ago, Lime Bikes will be rolling out of Quincy as the company turns its focus to electric scooters …
While Charlie Baker is no longer the most popular governor in the country after suffering a 4% drop in his favorability rating and which some may view as an only to be expected second term slump, a closer look at the data would suggest otherwise.
While one can only reasonably assume that the Boston Red Sox will likely continue to be facing heat, only time will tell if there will be an offsetting meteorological cold snap or if we are looking at even further indications of climate change.