Ladies and gentlemen, honored guests, Quincy Exchangites it is my distinct honor and privilege to deliver my 8th State of the City Address. As our community prepares to turn the page to a new chapter, I want to invite you to join me today, to reflect on our journey together.
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Nora Baldner and Brennan Mills, the two Democratic candidates running for mayor of Quincy, offered their opinions about population growth and the city's response to COVID-19 during WGEM's candidate debate on Tuesday.
A resolution authorizing an additional $50,000 for recipients of the Local CURE’s Economic Support Payments Grants Program that did not receive the maximum amount of $5,000 was approved by the Quincy City Council on Tuesday.
QUINCY — Growth and infrastructure were two common themes of a Republican mayoral candidate debate hosted by WGEM on Monday.
As the United States entered the fall of 1927, the country’s economic prospects shined brighter than in previous decades, with the relative pr…
Following a year when a lot of plans had to be changed or scrapped, Quincy's Thai D'Lish is moving forward with an expansion of the restaurant.
QUINCY — The two candidates vying for the Republican nomination for Quincy mayor shared their opposing viewpoints on the city’s pension obliga…
Restaurants and bars are opening their doors to customers, school sports are starting to take to fields and courts again. And a haven for a few hours of escapism have come back to life as movie theaters work to light up their silver screens.
Talent acquisition, retail attraction and a handful of manufacturing and industrial projects were among the 2021 goals highlighted in the Greater River Economic Development Foundation's annual report.