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Five months after the release of a plan for improvements to Wollaston center, city leaders don't have a specific timeline for getting started.
Rita Evans R.N. and attorney Tom Clougherty of United Senior Advisors in Braintree will explain how health care reform is impacting patients and families. They will present “The Challenges of Change” Wednesday, March 12, at Atria Marina Place in Quincy.
The city of Quincy has posted on its website the new flood map set to raise insurance rates for thousands of Quincy residents.
Police have stepped up patrols in the Quincy Adams station garage after two women reported being followed by someone as they walked to their cars Thursday evening.
Twenty months after a four-alarm blaze ravaged the shop at 320 Quincy Ave., a newly-constructed laundromat and dry-cleaner is open for business – and with a few key upgrades. The 4,900 square-foot facility includes an expanded laundromat and parking area, flat-screen TVs, a children's play area and a state-of-the-art dry-cleaning plant.
Three months of repairs to the Callahan Tunnel are nearing an end.
Transit Police have stepped up patrols in the garage following two incidents on Thursday.
In the news
The U.S. economy added 175,000 jobs in February, more than was expected, according to the Department of Labor. The numbers top January's as well. The unemployment rate in February was 6.7 percent.
The big movies opening this weekend are "300: Rise of an Empire," an R action movie that is a sequel [...]
T agrees to pay the museum ship's utility bills while seeking buyer for wharf
Quote of note
"We must remember that the purpose of our pressure on Russia is not simply to punish aggression — and certainly it is not to escalate the confrontation — but instead to move (President Vladimir) Putin toward a resolution that protects the territorial integrity of Ukraine." - Rep. Ed Royce, R-Calif., who co-sponsored a resolution [...]
Blue Whitney, 95, of Quincy, has worked at 37 jobs, including as a TWA air hostess, lost her husband at age 34, raised two small children, stuck by her son who struggled with a life of addiction, yet has kept her focus on being positive.
While test driving a 2014 Chrysler 300H John Varvatos Luxury Edition recently, it brought back memories of the many designer and performance cars that have graced American showrooms.
Varvatos, by the way, is the noted menswear American contemporary fashion designer who not only lends his name to the 300H, he OKs and designs the numerous style accompaniments and special touches. The result is hands down one of the best-looking cars on the road today.
As for using designer names for cars, [...]
Way back in the early days of the sport-utility boom, when American families aspired to Ford Explorers, high praise for an SUV was to say "It drives just like a car!" Since most of those vehicles were nothing more than pickup trucks with covered beds and extra seats and doors, this was reassuring to the soccer mom who was moving "up" from a minivan.
It was sometimes true too, mostly because a lot of cars weren't that sophisticated back then either. Now, though, as far as cars have come in 25 [...]
Q: Hello, Greg! I appreciate your car articles, as they sure bring back great memories. I noticed in one of your columns on AMC where you had the incorrect manufacturers named in the AMC merger. I know it was a memory lapse, as you've written about AMC in the past and mentioned some AMC cars you owned.
I want to also say that AMC was once a partner with Renault before it was sold to Chrysler. Some of the Renault cars were good, others not so good. Just wanted to write you a letter letting [...]
The newly published book “Dear Abigail” explores the bonds among Abigail Adams and her sisters, while “A Traveled First Lady” features letters and other writing of Louisa Catherine Adams, John and Abigail Adams' daughter-in-law
Quincy's parks department has permission to move forward with a $550,000 project that will add a 1.5-mile walkway, a pedestrian bridge and other improvements to Broad Meadows Marsh.
Marina Bay Skilled Nursing Center hold a Mardi Gras party for residents.
The four contenders to fill the 16th Suffolk District House seat were narrowed down to two in Tuesday's primary, with RoseLee Vincent of Revere winning the Democratic nomination.
Daniel J. Hunt of Boston is the Democratic nominee to represent the 13th Suffolk District in the state House of Representatives, voters in Dorchester and one precinct in Quincy decided Tuesday.