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Starting on Monday and continuing until October18, roadwork will be underway on Quarry Street. Traffic will be reduced to one way northbound only between Common Street and Furnace Brook Parkway, with southbound traffic towards Quincy Center detoured.
Worried about being out and about on the ever increasing mean streets of the Q? Not to worry, the Quincy Police Department has a course for you!
Two men shot in Quincy in the general vicinity of the Quincy Adams Red Line station last night.
Needless to say, the loss of any more off-sreet parking in ever-increasingly parking scarce Quincy is breaking badly bad news©. …
For reasons unclear to Quincy Quarry, the designers of the new station decided to go with the considerable expense of going up and over instead of building a simple wheelchair ramp on the parking lot side of the station.
While work on more than just punch list sorts of items remains to be completed in coming weeks to perhaps months, the station’s return to service is still better than its remaining out of service …
In the meanwhile, no comment was to be had out of the Norfolk County District Attorney as to if, much less when, the widely known and said to be already lawyered up sucker puncher might actually as well as finally be indicted …
While the Quincy Police Department posted word of the accident on social media, Quincy Quarry has not seen any official comment about the accident from either Quincy Police Chief Paul “The Beav” Keenan or his brother-in-law Quincy Mayor Thomas P. Koch …
In the wake of the latest revelations about the tragic shortcomings at the Registry of Motor Vehicles’ Quincy-based Merit Ratings Board and this week’s mostly uninspiring Democratic presidential debates comes word of an arguably scandalous local koched-up mess.
Quincy City Hall blasted over down low final approval of high traffic FedEx distribution facility in North Quincy
Quincy residents are livid over the City of Quincy quietly providing its final approval of FedEx’s plans to open up a ground distribution facility adjacent to Marina Bay and so greatly add considerable vehicular tracffic to already hard-pressed Quincy streets.