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No injuries reported in Quincy house fire
QUINCY — Firefighters are currently on scene at a fire at 207 Burgin Parkway in Quincy Center. Firefighters responded to the single-family home just after 10 a.m. on Tuesday.
KKatie's Burger Bar In Quincy Closed
QUINCY, MA — KKatie's, a popular chain of burger bars on the South Shore, is down to three restaurants. The Quincy location has closed its door. Residents first told NBC 10 Boston last week that KKatie's Burger Bar was closing. Since then, a sign was put on the door of the Hancock Street restaurant
Two new ferry routes proposed for Boston Harbor would provide access to Charlestown, East Boston, Seaport, Dorchester and Quincy
A study released today by the non-profit, Boston Harbor Now, working with other stakeholders, is calling for the creation of two new Boston Harbor ferry routes, although it says funding for new ferry service has yet to be identified.
Quincy Man Among 3 Charged With Trafficking Heroin In Hull
QUINCY, MA — A Quincy man was among three arrested Sunday after police seized over 40 grams of heroin laced with fentanyl and over 270 grams of marijuana at a traffic stop in Hull, police said. Raphy Veras, 19, of Quincy, along with Giovanni Cruz, 19, of Belmont, and Tomas Martinez, 24, of Dorcheste
2 arrested after police operation in Dorchester leads to recovery of illegal rifle, shotgun
BOSTON (WHDH) - A 21-year-old woman and a 16-year-old boy are facing weapons charges after police say they found two illegal guns in their Dorchester home on Monday. Members of the Boston Police Department’s Youth Violence Strike Force and a Boston Police Department SWAT team executed a search warra
Braintree Residents Skeptical After Changes To Zoning Proposal
BRAINTREE, MA — The planning board is considering changes to Braintree's rezoning proposal, following weeks of objections from residents afraid some of the changes would allow for overcrowded housing developments. Several changes to the proposal presented were designed to make the building of multi-
2 defendants to plead guilty in college admissions scandal
BOSTON (WHDH) - Two California residents will plead guilty to charges in connection with a massive college admissions scandal, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday. Laura Janke, 36, of North Hollywood, Calif., a former assistant coach of women’s soccer at the University of Southern Californi
Tower of power: Quincy stuntman Brian Donahue is focus of new documentary
Quincy native and veteran stuntman Brian Donahue has been repeatedly punched in the face, lit on fire, tossed down stairs, precariously dangled from buildings and called upon to smash-up cars. But his scariest stunt was doubling for John Goodman in the Amazon political drama, “Alpha House.”
Tom Brady’s Instagram Comment Fires Up Brad Marchand For Bruins-Leafs Game 7
Excited for Game 7 between the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs? Tom Brady is right there with you. The Atlantic Division rivals will finish off their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series Tuesday night at TD Garden. Zdeno Chara took to Instagram to rally Bruins fans one day ahead of the winne
Hughes will not seek re-election for Quincy council seat
QUINCY — Ward 5 City Councilor Kirsten Hughes will not seek re-election in the fall, opening up the seat on the city council she has held since 2011. In a Monday announcement, Hughes said she made the decision to step down "after much thought and discussion" with her family.
13 Sick Students On Flight To Boston Diagnosed With Norovirus
BOSTON (CBS) – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said the 13 students who became sick on an American Airlines flight from Miami were diagnosed with norovirus and a bacterial infection.
City of Brockton files legal response to false arrest, battery lawsuit
BROCKTON – Attorneys for the city of Brockton issued a response in federal court to a lawsuit filed recently by the owner of a downtown seafood store, who accused police of arresting him without proper cause and breaking his ribs in the process.
Marijuana store proposed at former Boston Road liquor store in Springfield
SPRINGFIELD — A marijuana retail store is being proposed at the former Liquors 44 package store at 1755 Boston Road, next door to the Eastfield Mall. American Leaf MA LLC, doing business as ACC, has scheduled a community outreach meeting on Thursday, May 2, at 6 p.m., at the Indian Orchard Citizens
Malden man wins $1 million prize on Mass. lotto scratch ticket
MALDEN (WHDH) - A Malden man became the Massachusetts State Lottery’s ninth $1 million prize winner in its “10,000,000 Gold” scratch ticket game. Salah Elkendi chose the cash option on his prize and received a one-time payment of $650,000.
Fee for resident parking permits in Boston proposed
BOSTON — A Boston city councilor's new push to free up parking in Boston would come with a price tag for many residents. “Our streets are incredibly crowded, worst traffic in the country and this circling for spots is a large part of that congestion,” Wu said. “People don’t have enough places to par
Stop & Shop Strike Ends
Stop & Shop announced that it has reached a tentative agreement with employees who have been on strike. As first reported by WestportNow, the Stop & Shop strike - involving 31,000 employees at stores in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island - is over.
Mass. State Police to setup drunken driving checkpoint in Suffolk County
The Massachusetts State Police will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint in Suffolk County on Friday, April 26 into Saturday, April 27. Col. Kerry A. Gilpin, superintendent of the Massachusetts State Police, announced the checkpoint, to be held at an undisclosed location, for the purpose of further e
Canton police seek help in search for man missing for more than a week
CANTON, MASS. (WHDH) - Police in Canton are turning to the public for help in tracking down a man who has been missing for more than a week. James Mulrey, 35, has not been seen since April 15, according to the Canton Police Department.
Video: Bernie Sanders says even ‘terrible people’ like the Boston Marathon bomber have a right to vote while in prison
Vermont senator and 2020 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said Monday during a town hall in New Hampshire that even ‘terrible people” like Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should have the right to vote while they are in prison.
Top Spots For Affordable Chinese Food In Boston
BOSTON (Hoodline) – Looking to satisfy your appetite for Chinese fare? There are plenty of spots to sort through in Boston to find the best of the best, at a reasonable price.