Machines are an art form for Elvin Townsend. The 85-year-old's garages are a testament to his mechanical inclinations. He has several Model Ts -- eight antique vehicles in total -- from the early 1900s, most of which he either built or restored by himself.
A crash Sunday on South 12th Street in Quincy caused a power outage for thousands of residents in the area.
The mother in this case fled a violent relationship, taking her two young children to live with her mother and start anew. The children's father refused to allow them any of the clothing, toys or basic items from the home, despite a court order.
A Quincy man was issued citations for crashing into two parked vehicles around 2:17 p.m. Saturday.
Bo Paxton learned a valuable lesson in completing his Eagle Scout project. "If you want a great project, just surround yourself with great people," he said. Paxton, a scout from Troop 136 of Faith Presbyterian Church, raised money to buy a new 16-foot-by-16-foot shelter for the Clarence "Candy" Greenman Tennis Center in Reservoir Park.
The start of construction of the next segment of the Bill Klingner Trail between 18th and 24th streets will be delayed.
As an American history teacher for more than 20 years, Quincy native Brian Deters has studied Abraham Lincoln and looked up to Lincoln's morals and beliefs throughout his career in education.
Three Quincy dancers will perform in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade this year in New York City.
After burning through her paid time off following the birth of her fifth child, money was tight for Marty Gonzalez and her family.