Getting the job done
THE DEMOLITION work is complete. But there isn't a soul to be found in the fenced-in block in the center of Quincy where steelworkers, steamfitters, laborers, and other tradesmen should be well along in the construction of the first phase of the $1.6 billion revitalization project in this South Shore city of 91,000.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Quincy man recalls Pearl Harbor attack
William Keith was struggling to get out, along with other sailors trapped below the main deck of the USS West Virginia on Dec. 7, 1941, as torpedoes and bombs hammered the battleship.
Suspect in Newton Armed Robbery Arrested in Quincy
The man suspected of robbing the CVS in Newton Centre with a knife on Thursday was arrested in Quincy Friday afternoon.
Stolen Jesus, Mary, and Joseph statues found
Three statues plundered from a nativity scene in Quincy Center sometime overnight Wednesday were discovered undamaged early today by a construction crew, and officials said they would returned to the manger sometime over the weekend.
Macy's Employee Faces Larceny Charge in Natick
A call to the Natick Police Department on Dec. 5 regarding a possible larceny at Macy's resulted in the arrest of a store employee.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Quincy's average property tax bill to rise $107
The tax bill for the average single-family home in Quincy is expected to increase around $107, with Quincy officials finalizing the tax rate for the fiscal 2014.
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Statues of Jesus and Mary stolen from Quincy Center nativity scene; third theft in 9 years
The statues of Jesus and Mary were stolen from a nativity scene in Quincy Square overnight, the third incident of vandalism of the scene in the last nine years, Quincy police said.
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William Raveis launches new office in Milton
Connecticut-based real estate firm William Raveis will be opening a new office in Milton to service Milton, Dorchester, Quincy and the surrounding communities.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Boston Vietnamese community to raise money for victims of Philippines typhoon
When Dao Trung Tran fled from Vietnam's communist government in 1981, one community welcomed him, the Philippines.
Ocean County police to carry heroin antidote
In this Tuesday Feb. 27, 2012 photo, Kathy Deady holds up a tube of Naloxone Hydrochloride, also known as Narcan, in her Quincy, Mass., home.
Springfield set to conduct auction of tax-foreclosed properties in...
The city is conducting its third municipal auction of the year on Dec. 11, aimed at finding buyers for 25 tax-foreclosed properties in Springfield including 21 houses for sale.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Rising Costs Halt Downtown Quincy, Mass., Makeover
Concerned about escalating construction costs and unpredictability of future costs, the developer in November halted work on Merchants Row, the first mixed-use complex of the $1.6-billion Quincy Center redevelopment project that broke ground five months ago in Quincy, Mass.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Granite COO says company expects to add 500 more jobs in Quincy over five years
When an affiliate of Granite Telecommunications acquired a property next door to its North Quincy headquarters in January, it offered the fast growing company a quick solution to its pressing parking problems.
Black Friday Arrests in Braintree
To supplement police logs Braintree Patch runs on significant arrests and charges that happen in town, below is information in the daily incident report.
Around The Region: Dec. 2, 2013
A summary of recent transactions and personnel news within Greater Boston's real estate community.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Quincy man's lighthouse is a beacon for locals
The lighthouse in front of Carl Hosea's home has been a something of a beacon for people driving on Quincy Shore Drive for 15 years.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Red Sox raffle will help hospice
Red Sox fans, listen up: If you don't have tickets to next spring's opening day, when the new World Series rings will be awarded, you still have a shot.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Future of Springfield courthouse in question as plans for I-91 reconstruction and casino move forward
Members of the Western Massachusetts legislative delegation are pressing for the state Trial Court to consider building a new Hampden Hall of Justice.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Forensics, phone calls led to arrest in hit and run crash
Eric Megna, 18, of Middleboro has been charged in connection with the Oct. 11 hit and run that killed husband and father of two Michael Dutra, 58, also of Middleboro, as he biked home on Wood Street after running an errand.