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Quincy Christmas Festival begins holiday season  The Patriot Ledger

Start the holiday season off right in Quincy, where carolers, Christmas trees and costumed characters will bring holiday cheer beginning the day after ...



Quincy celebrates Christmas at new Hancock Adams Common  The Patriot Ledger

The city saw the two Christmas trees light up Hancock Adams Common for the first time.



Boston Cannons Moving To Veterans Memorial Stadium In Quincy  CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — The Boston Cannons are on the move. The local lacrosse team will now call Veterans Memorial Stadium in Quincy their home, effective for ...



Quincy kicks off holiday season with 66th Christmas parade  The Patriot Ledger

After a weekend of festive events, including Santa's arrival by parachute, the 66th annual Christmas Parade rang in the holiday season Sunday afternoon.



Baseball icon Mary Pratt joins the century league  The Patriot Ledger

All-American Girls Professional Baseball icon Mary Pratt of Quincy turns 100 at Grove Manor Estates in Braintree.



Quincy honors its veterans  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY- Norma Baratelli, 89, of Phipps Street stood waving a miniature American flag and donned a hat decorated with the stars and stripes on Sunday as the ...



Alzheimers advocate Paul McCormack of Quincy dies  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY -- The sad news came today that heroic Paul McCormack of Quincy died Friday at a Braintree nursing home nearly a year after suffering his second ...



H.S. FOOTBALL: Plymouth South rallies past North Quincy  The Patriot Ledger

The Raiders had a late lead in their playoff opener Friday night but could not hang on in a 22-16 loss.



North Quincy High grads helping kids with cancer to vacation on the Cape  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY — Members of North Quincy High School's class of 1986 are coming together to support a nonprofit organization working to renovate a Falmouth inn so ...



For North Quincy seniors, graduation is not a goodbye  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY — As senior class president Alexander Pham stood at the podium giving his final address to classmates at North Quincy High School's graduation on ...



H.S. FOOTBALL: New coach ready to get North Quincy over hump  The Patriot Ledger

A North Quincy alum, Ryan Craig looks to take advantage of “a great opportunity” and guide the Raiders to their first winning record since 2010.



H.S. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: New look, same expectations for North Quincy  The Patriot Ledger

The Raiders, who reached last year's sectional semifinals, lost some size but still bring valuable experience into the 2018 season. QUINCY -- Kerry Ginty doesn't ...



Capital improvements continue as Quincy schools gear up for new year  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY — When students head back to school in Quincy next week they'll be greeted by a slew of recently hired teachers, brand new technology and building ...



North Quincy High School Dismissed Due To Gas Leak  CBS Boston / WBZ

A natural gas leak forced Quincy officials to send high school students home for the day.



In Quincy, ‘Yakoo’ stirs up a debate about school mascots  The Boston Globe

Residents and city officials have resisted past attempts to dispatch Yakoo, an angry-looking representation of a Native American that has been used as the ...



Parent group comes out against North Quincy mascot Yakoo  The Patriot Ledger

Editor's note: This story was updated from an earlier version to correct the school committee's meeting date and place.) QUINCY – The city's largest ...



Plymouth Norths Kevin Cobban retires from coaching  Wicked Local

Kevin Cobban's coached thousands of other people's boys over the last three decades. Now he'll turn in his whistle and play sheet and take a seat in the stands ...



North Quincy High School Science Teacher Named Top Mass. Educator  WBUR

North Quincy High School science teacher Cara Pekarcik has been named the 2018 Massachusetts Teacher of the Year. Pekarcik has been teaching science at ...



Team McCormack & the Walk to End Alzheimers  The Patriot Ledger

Quincy native Michael McCormack, 58, who has younger onset Alzheimer's Disease, sends word that once again this fall, he will be leading his team ...



A GOOD AGE: Sharing music is her fountain of youth  The Patriot Ledger

At age 89, Gay Carbonneau of Quincy shares her love of music with all ages at her home in Houghs Neck. Carbonneau, a Maine native, taught in the Quincy ...



North Quincy High Class of 67 to hold 50th reunion  The Patriot Ledger

The North Quincy High School Class of 1967 will hold its 50th reunion at 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 25, at the Common Market Restaurant, 97 Willard St. Tickets are ...



North Quincy High grads told to make their city proud  The Patriot Ledger

Hundreds of family members and friends cheered from the bleachers on a sweltering June evening as the high school graduated 302 students at Veterans ...



What is it like to live in Quincy, MA?  Boston.com

PorchFest is a free annual musical series in the state's eighth-largest city. Read more community profiles at realestate.boston.com.



Quincy kids sing and dance in Shrek  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY – When three young girls wearing mouse ears and sunglasses and carrying canes walk out on stage, wondering out loud what time it is and if they're in ...



A GOOD AGE: Quincys BFF for 75 years  The Patriot Ledger

Eight women who grew up together in No. Quincy's Montclair neighborhood in the 1940s and 1950s have remained friends for more than 75 years.



Shaw remaining as North Quincy principal  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY – To paraphrase Mark Twain, reports of Robert Shaw's departure may have been greatly exaggerated. Lexington Public Schools jumped the gun in ...



New turf being laid at Veterans Memorial Field  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY – The grass is getting greener at Veteran's Memorial field this summer, as the city parks department replaces a football field's worth of turf over the next ...



North Quincy tops Quincy with late goal-line stand  The Patriot Ledger

In a tradition like no other, city rivals Quincy and North Quincy took part in the 85th annual high school football Thanksgiving game at Veterans Memorial ...



SPORTS BRIEFS: North Quincy High School Hall of Fame seeks nominees  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY – The North Quincy High School Hockey Hall of Fame will induct its fifth class Feb. 17 at the Quincy Neighborhood Club. Anyone wishing to nominate a ...



2 charged with living, defecating on North Quincy High loading dock  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY - A Quincy man and woman were arrested and charged Wednesday with repeatedly using a loading dock at North Quincy High School as a place to ...



North Quincy High field dedication spurs controversy  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY - Mayor Thomas Koch is drawing criticism over plans to dedicate the new athletic field at North Quincy High School to a prominent Quincy family that ...



Quincy Chinese New Year celebration on Feb. 11  Sampan

Noon to 5 p.m.. 316 Hancock Street. Quincy, MA 02171. The annual Lunar New Year Market and Food Festival will take place at North Quincy High School, ...



Walter Hannon, visionary former Quincy mayor, dies at 86  The Patriot Ledger

Walter J. Hannon Jr., a former mayor of Quincy seen as a visionary planner whose brief time in office in the 1970s set the course for the city's ongoing ...



ALL-SCHOLASTIC: Boys track  The Patriot Ledger

Meet our All-Scholastic boys track team for the spring of 2018.



North Quincy High School Field Dedication Draws Controversy  Patch.com

Quincy, MA - The field will be dedicated to the Creedon family which includes a former superintendent that resigned due to alleged inappropriate touching.



Some parents question North Quincy High coach selection process  The Patriot Ledger

Some parents are questioning the fairness of the hiring process after the district named school committee member Paul Bregoli to serve without pay as the new ...



Year of the Dog celebrated in Quincy  Wicked Local

The gymnasium at North Quincy High School was filled Sunday not with sports fans but people celebrating the annual Lunar New Year Festival.The event was a ...



In Quincy, brothers and brothers-in-arms make sure ultimate sacrifice is remembered  The Patriot Ledger

The recent documentary on the Vietnam War by Ken Burns' and Lynn Novick has brought new attention to the war and its legacy. There is unfinished business ...



A GOOD AGE: A teacher never forgets  The Patriot Ledger

Emily Stein Blampied of Hanover recognized the name of Michael McCormack in a story about younger onset Alzheimer's disease. He was the wonderful child ...



ALL-SCHOLASTIC: Baseball  The Patriot Ledger

Meet our All-Scholastic baseball team for the spring of 2018.



Quincy city historian Tom Galvin dies at 79  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY — Tom Galvin used to stop by Quincy Historical Society executive director Edward Fitzgerald's office at the Adams Academy Building to talk shop.



North Quincy principal to depart after this school year  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY -- North Quincy High School principal Robert Shaw soon will depart for Lexington. Shaw, who has served as North Quincy's principal since 2012, ...



Looking at the lead in Massachusetts schools: Part One  MuckRock

Statewide testing conducted last year shows that hundreds of public schools across Massachusetts, reported high levels of lead in their drinking water, putting ...



High School Football Field Name Change Draws Criticism  NECN

Plans to name a new field at North Quincy High School in Quincy, Massachusetts, are drawing plenty of criticism. As questions swirl about the naming of a new ...



Back side of North Quincy High scoreboard is homeowners view  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY – Sky Shen, 37, is pretty unhappy with the new view from his backyard. A 25-foot-wide by 20-foot-tall structure of shining metal now stands less than 6 ...



ALL-SCHOLASTIC: Boys volleyball  The Patriot Ledger

Meet our All-Scholastic boys volleyball team for the spring of 2018.



Police: Driver fled crash on three flat tires near North Quincy High  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY - A city man who fled from a crash and drove the wrong way down Hunt Street with three flat tires Monday told officers he panicked after the collision, ...



North Quincy grads asked to envision scrapbook of future memories  The Patriot Ledger

At Tuesday's graduation ceremony at Veterans Memorial Stadium, valedictorian Debbie Chan – a Hong Kong native bound for Harvard University – challenged ...



ALL-SCHOLASTIC: Softball  The Patriot Ledger

Meet our All-Scholastic softball team for the spring of 2018.



Violandi-Gilfeather  The Patriot Ledger

Barbara Violandi and Barry Gilfeather were married Nov. 9 in a private outdoor ceremony held at The Dry Creek Vista among the red rocks of Sedona, Ariz., ...



Combined high school marching band revived in Quincy  The Patriot Ledger

Quincy school musicians are becoming a true marching band after parents and city music teachers began working to revive the once-thriving band program ...



H.S. BOYS BASKETBALL: Jean Louis Jr. taking big steps with North Quincy  The Patriot Ledger

Averaging almost 24 points per night with a diverse, athletic game, the 6-foot sophomore is growing as a player, and a student. QUINCY – Jean Louis Jr. is ...



ALL-SCHOLASTICS: Volleyball  The Patriot Ledger

Meet our All-Scholastic volleyball team for the fall of 2017.



North Quincy grads told to create their own opportunities  The Patriot Ledger

North Quincy High School valedictorian Deanna Leung tells classmates there is no predetermined path in life.



Photos: North Quincy High athletic field named for Creedon family  The Patriot Ledger

The new athletic field at North Quincy High School was dedicated Saturday in honor of the Creedon family, a prominent Quincy clan that includes a deputy fire ...



BOYS' SOCCER: Warriors qualify with victory in finale; Quincy first  The Sun Chronicle

The Foxboro High boys' soccer team qualified for the MIAA Tournament with a Hockomock League victory over Sharon High in their final game of the regular ...



ALL-SCHOLASTICS: Girls basketball  The Patriot Ledger

Meet our All-Scholastic girls basketball team for the winter of 2017-2018.



Early plans unveiled for proposed project at North Quincy T station  The Patriot Ledger

The public has received its first glimpse of a developer's plans to build more than 600 apartments, 50000 square feet of retail space and roughly 1000 parking ...



ALL-SCHOLASTICS: Players of the year, spring 2018  The Patriot Ledger

VOLLEYBALL. TIMMY CHIU. North Quincy. Related *content*. Ledger All-Scholastic teams · Scott Zolak helps honor All-Schols. 99999999. Scott Zolak helps ...



ALL-SCHOLASTICS: Boys soccer  The Patriot Ledger

Meet our All-Scholastic boys soccer team for the fall of 2017.



Quincy celebrates Flag Day with parade, fireworks  The Patriot Ledger

Thousands of spectators line the route of the city's 67th annual Flag Day parade and watch a concert and fireworks. QUINCY — Thousands lined the streets of ...



Quincy holds 65th annual Christmas parade  Wicked Local

The theme, as always submitted by a Quincy resident, was "Legends of Christmas in story and song."



North Quincy falls to Lexington in "High School Quiz Show"  Wicked Local

QUINCY – The eighth season of WGBH's “High School Quiz Show” kicked off on Saturday night with North Quincy High School competing against the defending ...



Suicide of star student-athlete leaves grief and questions  The Boston Globe

Friends and family don't know exactly why 18-year-old Matt Gerakis stepped in front of a train, but they believe the tragedy was preventable.



Hingham, Thayer compete in TV quiz show  The Patriot Ledger

Teams from Hingham High and Thayer Academy faced off in a battle of trivia knowledge on Sunday.



Wollaston MBTA station closes for 20 months of work  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY – John Keenan didn't get many phone calls on Monday, and he counts that as a good thing.Keenan, a Quincy state senator who has been something of ...



Bill threatens Native American sports-team names  The Patriot Ledger

BOSTON – Local athletic directors, lawmakers and others say they oppose a state bill that would ban Native American mascots and team names from public ...



Quincy city councilor says field dedication sends wrong message to abuse victims  The Patriot Ledger

As a survivor of sexual abuse, Quincy City Councilor Brian Palmucci says he wants no part in the celebration of a new school field that honors, among others, ...



Strong Yes Vote On MA Trans Protections Buoys LGBTQ Community  Patch.com

Activists Hail MA Vote On Gender Identity Law - Across Massachusetts, MA - Massachusetts voters overwhelmingly voted to reaffirm state protections against ...



BOYS' SOCCER: Foxboro passes first-round test before Dartmouth  The Sun Chronicle

Foxboro High senior Shane VandenBoom scored two goals as the No. 13-seeded Warrior boys' soccer team matched the physicality of No. 4-seeded Quincy ...



Election monitors eye Quincy polls  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY – Federal and independent election monitors observed Tuesday's elections in Quincy, making sure the polls are accessible to the city's large Asian ...



Hard to beat North Quincy  The Patriot Ledger

North Quincy boasts the city's most vibrant business district in the area where Billings Street intersects Route 3A. The neighborhood also offers sweeping views ...



Asian-American students drawn to military cadet program  The Patriot Ledger

Attend a parade, ceremony or other formal occasion in Quincy, and you're likely to see the North Quincy High School Junior ROTC wearing trim uniforms and ...



Prom night in Quincy  Wicked Local

Over 300 people attended the North Quincy High School senior prom, held at Granite Links, in Quincy on Friday. Click on the arrow next to the photos to see ...



Quincy schools name change would be a shame, says family  The Patriot Ledger

Mayor Thomas Koch is suggesting a name change for the new middle school building planned for southwest Quincy, hoping to help restore some neighborhood ...



Pembroke tops North Quincy, 5-2  The Patriot Ledger

Tom Waterfield scored twice Monday, and Pembroke rolled to a 5-2 win over North Quincy.



Quincy sees hike in demolitions during building boom  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY – The city's last synagogue, a 60-year-old YMCA building and many houses have fallen under the shadow and might of a backhoe in 2015.



John W. Holmes  Cape Cod Times

CHATHAM - John W. Holmes, beloved husband of Jill, father of Kate, and grandfather of Jasper, died peacefully on Monday, June 19, 2018.The only child of ...



ALL-SCHOLASTICS: Rugby, volleyball  The Patriot Ledger

Meet our All-Scholastic volleyball and rugby team for the spring of 2017.



GRIDIRON GREATS: Local football legends share their Thanksgiving stories  The Patriot Ledger

We asked former high school players to tell us their most memorable Thanksgiving football memories so we could share them with our readers.



HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Hingham names Jim Connor as its new coach  Boston Herald

Hingham High School has named Jim Connor as its next head football coach, as announced by Director of Athletics Jim Quatromoni and Pr.



Baseball icon Mary Pratt of Quincy to turn 99 on Nov. 30  The Patriot Ledger

Mary Pratt of Quincy, who pitched in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League,turns 99 on Nov. 30, 2017.



ALL-SCHOLASTICS: Boys volleyball  The Patriot Ledger

Meet our All-Scholastic boys volleyball team for the spring of 2016.



Quincy tree-lighting ushers in Christmas season  The Patriot Ledger

Many other South Shore towns have holiday events planned in the next few weeks.



Quincy mayor talks about Long Island bridge battle: On The Record  WCVB Boston

The Long Island Bridge and the opioid crisis are just some of the topics discussed with Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch.



Photos: Photos from our readers, 2017  The Patriot Ledger

We love to run your photos. Send them to newsroom@ledger.com with your name, town, and full caption information. [1/215] Dick Trust. Scituate Harbor on ...



Young mother ID'd as victim in fiery Mansfield crash  The Sun Chronicle

MANSFIELD - A 32-year-old mother described as a friend to everyone with an infectious laugh has been confirmed as the victim of Sunday morning's fiery fatal ...



H.S. FOOTBALL: North Quincy wont be a one-man show  The Patriot Ledger

Two-time All-Scholastic running back Antoine Allen has graduated, so North Quincy High knows it must embark on more of a team-oriented game. With a wealth ...



Girls basketball  The Patriot Ledger

Meet our All-Scholastic girls basketball team for the winter of 2016-17.



Search for Lexington High principal continues after top pick pulls out  Wicked Local Lexington

While Lexington Public School administrators believed that they had found the next Lexington High School Principal in North Quincy High School Principal ...



New pastor installed at Wollaston Lutheran Church  The Patriot Ledger

QUINCY -- The Rev. Steve Law was installed as pastor of the Wollaston Lutheran Church on Pentecost Sunday, June 4. Rev. Law will serve as pastor to both ...



25 years after Ruby Ridge, Quincy honors slain marshal  The Patriot Ledger

U.S. marshals needed to send in their best, so they turned to Bill Degan, the kid from Squantum. On a different Aug. 21, this one 25 years ago, Deputy Marshal ...



Veterans organizations face closing doors, declining membership  The Patriot Ledger

As young veterans return from war and don't flock to veterans organizations - VFW and American Legion posts are dying.



100 Best Public High Schools In Massachusetts For 2017  Patch.com

100 Best Public High Schools In Massachusetts 2017 - Lexington, MA - See how your child's school performed on Niche.com's list. Do you agree with the ...



Funeral held for Quincy teacher Emily Zarnoch - News  The Patriot Ledger

Hundreds of classmates, coworkers and friends of Zarnoch gathered at a memorial *service* on Monday at the Central Middle School for Emily Zarnoch, a popular ...



DANGER ZONE: 900 crashes in 13 years show Quincy is no place for pedestrians  The Patriot Ledger

One fine day in May, we sent five reporters and two photographers to some of the busiest pedestrian crossings in Quincy. You won't believe what they saw.



ALL-SCHOLASTICS: Baseball  The Patriot Ledger

Meet our All-Scholastic baseball team for the spring of 2017.



Continuing Commitment:LaQuaglia Will Walk in Memory of His Daughter  Revere Journal

Continuing his commitment to raising funds for cancer research, Revere resident Ron LaQuaglia will participate in the 30th Annual Boston Marathon Jimmy Fu...



BOYS HOCKEY: Quincy advances in Christmas Tournament  The Patriot Ledger

Jake Hallisey scored twice Thursday night to lift Quincy over North Quincy, 3-1, in the first round of the Quincy Youth Christmas Tournament. The Presidents will ...



A GOOD AGE: At 97, Mary Pratt is in a league of her own  The Patriot Ledger

Mary Pratt, who played in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League in the 1940s, continues to hear from former students she taught during 48 years ...



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