3 hrs ago
Delahunt resigns from medical marijuana firm
Former congressman William D. Delahunt has resigned as president of a company that lost its request to open three medical marijuana dispensaries, in Plymouth, Mashpee, and Taunton, following a contentious and controversial state selection process. Delahunt announced his resignation from Medical Marijuana of Massachusetts during a meeting Monday between the company's executive team and the editorial board of the The Patriot Ledger of Quincy, according to a member of Delahunt's team who was present.
7 hrs ago
Crews continue cleanup at Blackstone home
Officials in Blackstone will soon decide if they will tear down the house where remains of three infants were found last week. Crews were on the scene Monday morning cleaning out the house.
11 hrs ago
Man charged for video recordings in Arlington cafe bathroom
A man has been charged with secretly recording women in a bathroom at an Arlington cafe, and authorities said they were investigating whether he planted cameras at other restaurants. Police arrested 53-year-old Joseph Hennessey of Salem, New Hampshire, at the Kickstand Cafe after cafe workers called authorities to report a suspicious person.
Sat Sep 13, 2014
Mass. Animals: Quincy Man Faces Cruelty Charges; New Spay/Neuter Program; Students Study Whales
Photo Credit: DAR Commissioner Greg Watson, Dr. David Dunn of North Shore Animal Hospital, Animal Rescue League of Boston Vice President Dr. Martha Smith-Blackmore, Massachusetts Animal Fund Coordinator Lauren Gilfeather and two of the Hospital's patients. Photo by Amy Mahler Department of Agricultural Resources Commissioner Greg Watson this week kicked off the Massachusetts Animal Fund's Spay/Neuter Program at the North Shore Animal Hospital.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Globe and Mail
U.S. mortgage applications fall to lowest level since 2000
In this July 10, 2014 photo, a mailman delivers mail to a house for sale in Quincy, Mass. In this July 10, 2014 photo, a mailman delivers mail to a house for sale in Quincy, Mass.
Quincy man charged for keeping dogs in abandoned home
A Quincy man appeared in court on Wednesday, facing charges for allegedly keeping a dozen dogs in the dirty basement of an abandoned home. The animal control officer reacting to complaints from neighbors about barking found the dogs on Tuesday in the basement, the smelled of urine and had dog waste on the floor.
Man Arrested For Allegedly Keeping 12 Dogs in a Quincy Basement
David Aristide was arrested yesterday and charged with cruelty to animals after allegedly keeping a dozen dogs in an uninhabitable building in Quincy. This wasn't Aristide's first encounter with the law regarding the treatment of his dogs.
A dozen dogs removed from dilapidated Quincy house
Police have arrested a man who was allegedly keeping a dozen dogs in the basement of a dilapidated Quincy home, following numerous complaints from neighbors of excessive barking coming from the residence, officials said. Police arrested David Aristide, 61, Tuesday afternoon after obtaining a search warrant to find the dogs, which were being held in grim conditions in the basement of a duplex at 23-25 Kidder St., said Quincy Police Lieutenant Jack Sullivan.
Tue Sep 02, 2014
Church of Scientology inks lease in Quincy amid HQ delays in South End
The Boston Church of Scientology has signed a two-year lease in a 14,400-square-foot space at 1515 Hancock St. in Quincy Center, a move triggered by its delayed effort to restore its planned home in the former Alexandra Hotel in Boston's South End.
Court to host panel discussions on opioid abuse
The U.S. District Court of Massachusetts is set to host two panel discussions with policy makers, medical professionals and law enforcement officials to share strategies dealing with the surge in the abuse of opioids in the state.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Who Are Four of Massachusetts' 'Most Wanted' Criminals?
Every day, police solve crimes in all our communities. But when suspects get away, Massachusetts law enforcement officers turn to the public for help.
Lawyer: Case against Maserati cop car driver silly
A Maserati resembling a police cruiser in Quincy, Mass. The lawyer for a Braintree man facing charges of impersonating a police officer for driving around the Maserati painted to resemble a police cruiser calls the case against his client 'silly.'
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Suspect sought in E. Milton bank robbery
Milton police and the FBI are continuing their search for a suspect in the robbery of an East Milton bank on Aug. 26. At approximately 5 p.m. a man entered the Santander Bank at 561 Adams St. and passed a note to a teller demanding cash and received about $80.
10 Back-To-School Opportunities For VARs In The Education Space
As September rolls around, and students head back to college or parents send their kids off to school, distributors continue to remind VARs now is the time to focus on pitching "back to school" products in the education space.
The Washington Post
Some hidden good news about wealth inequality
In this July 7, 2014 photo, Susan McNamara poses for a photo in Quincy, Mass. She sold her home to meet expenses.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Mass. Animals: PAWS Passes, Pet Rock Fest Moves, Puppy Doe Trial Continues
The bill, referred to as the PAWS act, that was inspired by the Puppy Doe cruelty case was signed into law this week by Gov. Deval Patrick, reported WCVB.
Jacksonville Daily News
Quincy man's World War I memoir discovered
Many decades ago a Scottish immigrant living in the Houghs Neck section of Quincy, who often pedaled his bike to a job at the Fore River shipyard, wrote down stories about an experience he never really wanted to talk about - his years as a soldier in the First World War.
East Boston Times-Free Press
USS Salem Getting Closer to East Boston
The plan to bring the historic World War II era Navy cruiser to East Boston is one step closer to reality.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
VAR Roundtable: The PC Isn't Dead Just Yet
Despite endless calls for the "death of the PC," solution providers said they aren't ready to hold a funeral for the technology just yet.
Quincy celebrates August Moon Festival
The city of Quincy celebrated its 27th annual August Moon Festival on August 17. The festival, organized by Quincy Asian Resources, Inc and presenting sponsor South Cove Community Health Center , is the largest outdoor cultural event in the South Shore.