Whatever the idea is, the Quincy Park District wants to know what the public thinks it should do with the Wavering Aquatic Center site. The aging pool closed after the 2015 season. That April, voters narrowly rejected a $5.5 million referendum to fund renovations at the facility.
Karen Wagner remembers standing on a chair at the stove to help her mom cook. "I've cooked as long as I can think of, and I got totally hooked on baking," Wagner said. "It's fun. It makes people happy."
A malfunctioning electrical outlet caused a structure fire Tuesday morning on Quincy's northwest side, Quincy fire officials said.
Quincy Public Schools officials used the first day of spring to mark a new beginning in the effort to build five new K-5 buildings.
A compromise was approved Monday to allow a downtown business to install a sign that's slightly larger than allowed under Quincy ordinance.
Dennis Boden has served his country as a soldier, his community as a police officer and his family by adopting an orphaned relative. "My wife told me once, ‘In your lifetime, there's only been three things you've ever stuck with. Me being the first, and I thank you very much for that, but you've always stuck with your work and the military.'"