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Free introductory parking in the new Hancock parking garage near Quincy District Courthouse until next week notwithstanding, Quincy Quarry New happened upon a flagrant illegal parking scofflaw.
While the DPW was not able to effect the repairs needed to reopen West Squantum Street near at its intersection with Newport Avenue until the very end of today’s morning commute, sufficient repairs were effected in time to facilitate those heading out today for last minute holiday shopping.
Unknown in time for publication is will Quincy Mayor Koch dress up as Santa Claus for the garage’s ribbon cutting opening ceremony photo op to pimp things as an early Christmas gift for those who have long suffered variously given the ongoing difficultly of finding parking in Quincy Center.
If so, how about giving the gift of a fragrance no perp can resist – Pepper Spray! That and do be sure to sign up for proper training in its use for FREE courtesy of the Quincy Police Department!
While local schools were closed for a snow day, City Hall was yet again found to be thoroughly ploughed this morning.
At least one local supermarket not only had white bread, it had the plenty of the high volume bakery favorite country white brand on hand following Thanksgiving and given an impending nasty Nor’easter!
Good girls and boys everywhere can take deep breaths given memories of Santa being hauled away with a rumored broken leg during his bad landing at Pageant Field three year ago.
Christmas Shopping? If so, please consider donating a toy to inaugural Mighty Quinn Toy Drive for Boston Children’s Hospital!
Given obvious health safety concerns for children staying in a hospital for treatment, check out suggested gift ideas, including gift cards for coffee for understandably stressed out parents.
In what was surely but a coincidence, the Governor’s Council approved a Quincy ward heeler for a well-paid lifetime appointment right before the long and all but invariably quiet Thanksgiving holiday weekend news cycle.
Quincy hack looks set to sail into well-paying no heavy lifting patronage hack hire appointment as a clerk magistrate
Her nomination all but immediately drew the ire of some at the State House and who then criticized the governor’s choice given her close connection to him, her open political leanings, and her woefully thin resumé.