On Thursday, November 26, 2020, there is no curbside collection of waste and recycling in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
The Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission has released advisories pertaining to COVID-19.
On April 23, 2018, the City Council approved a resolution directing the Mayor’s office to research, develop and implement an electricity aggregation plan.
This afternoon, two individuals were arrested relative to the shooting that occurred on October 24, 2020 on Common Street at approx. 10:30pm.
Carlos Serrano, 18, of Boston was arrested and charged with Carjacking and two counts of Assault & Battery. A juvenile was also arrested and charged.
The Quincy Police Department is saddened to announce the passing of retired Captain Vincent "Vinny" Flaherty, who passed away on October 21, 2020 at the age of 75. He served with the Quincy Police Department for 34 years and retired as a Captain in 2005
On Sunday, October 18, 2020, Officer Rolfsen was working in the West Quincy section of the city along with his canine partner Archer. At approximately 12:05pm, Officer Rolfsen randomly queried a black Volkswagon Jetta, which listed as revoked for insurance purposes. At this time, Officer Rolfsen activated his emergency blue lights and sirens and conducted a motor vehicle stop in the area of 277 Copeland St.
The DPW has posted their 2020 Fall/Winter Infoletter.
Mr. James Bouchie was killed on Saturday, July 18, 2020, when his wheelchair was struck while he crossed Quincy Ave.
Officer Roger White Retired July 8th. Please join us in wishing Officer Roger White a happy and healthy retirement! Roger began his career in 1987 at Randolph Police Department where he became their first DARE Officer. In 1994, he transferred to the Quincy Police Department.
The Quincy Police Dept regrets to announce the passing of retired Sgt. James E. “Jim” Buhl, Jr., who died peacefully, Wednesday, July 8, 2020, at home, in the comfort of his loving family.