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About: quincy, massachusetts

Part of the greater Boston Metro area, the city is named after Colonel John Quincy. While many may have forgotten the Colonel, His granddaughter married John Adams who would become the 2nd president of the United States and their son would become the 6th. The city was also the birthplace of John Hancock, who was President of the Continental Congress and died in office as Governor of Massachusetts.

Population: 92339
Local Newspapers: Boston Globe Boston Herald
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Eastern Nazarene College

Zip Codes associated with quincy, massachusetts: 02169 02170 02171
Towns/Cities near quincy, massachusetts : Quincy Center Braintree Hough's Neck Wollaston Montclair Norfolk Downs Milton

Quincy News
Dunkin' Donuts to eliminate foam cups worldwide in 2020

The doughnut and beverage restaurant chain will phase new double-walled paper cups into U.S. restaurants beginning in spring 2018. Having transitioned from paper packaging to plastic decades ago, restaurant chain Dunkin' Donuts is going back to where it started: the company has announced plans to eliminate all polystyrene foam cups in its global supply chain beginning in spring 2018, with a targeted completion date of 2020.

Quincy rings in Year of the Dog

The Quincy Lunar New Year Festival took place Feb. 11 at North Quincy High School. State Rep. Tackey wished everyone a happy lunar new year.

Dunkin' Donuts will stop using foam cups by 2020

In an effort to go green and cause less harm to the environment, Dunkin' Donuts is phasing out its foam cups. The fast coffee chain said on Wednesday that its foam cups will be fully phased out by 2020 after the process begins this spring, starting with New York City and California locations.

Dunkin' Donuts Ditching Foam Cups Worldwide by 2020

As part of its commitment to serve both people and the planet responsibly, Dunkin' Donuts announced plans Wednesday to eliminate all polystyrene foam cups in its global supply chain beginning in spring 2018, with a targeted completion date of 2020. In U.S. restaurants, Dunkin' Donuts will replace the foam cup with a new, double-walled paper cup.

No More Dunkin' those Donuts in Foam Cups, Come 2020

Dunkin' Donuts plans to begin phasing out polystyrene foam cups beginning this spring, planning to have completely eliminated polystyrene cups from its global supply chain by 2020. While the majority of Dunkin' Donuts' international markets are currently using paper cups, the company will work to replace foam cups with a new, double-walled paper cup throughout its US stores as quickly as manufacturing capabilities can get up to speed.

Dunkin' Donuts replacing foam cups by 2020

In the U.S., the cups will be replaced by double-walled paper cups, which are already being used in the concept store that opened in January in Quincy, Mass. Next, the cups will be introduced in New York City and California in spring 2018, then rolled out nationwide.

3 photos that told the story of the storm

For the 40th anniversary of the Blizzard of 1978, a ferocious storm that caused more than $1 billion in damage and killed 99 people in New England - including 73 in Massachusetts - the Globe sorted through old photographs taken of residents who were impacted by the historic winter event. Below are a few of the stories behind those pictures .

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff - Three days of hell' - Scars of Blizzard of '78 linger, 40 years later

The Blizzard of '78 wreaked havoc on Eastern Massachusetts, wrecking houses and cars, sinking boats, and stranding thousands of commuters on the highway, including more than a dozen people who died in their vehicles. Forty years later, those who lived through the storm have vivid memories of the chaos that enveloped the region for several days in February.

This Braintree woman wants the MBTA to put a Rosa Parks tribute on every bus

While venturing to Miami's Little Havana neighborhood during vacation last fall, Braintree resident Natalie Ornell said she was inspired by a simple tribute displayed on a city bus: a decal honoring Rosa Parks. It was a long way from Montgomery, Ala., where Parks, a civil rights icon, was arrested more than 60 years ago after she refused to relinquish her bus seat to a white man.

This 8-year-old wants to visit every police department in Mass.

Dakota Matthews is a little girl pursuing a unique goal: She wants to visit the police department in every city and town in Massachusetts before her 13th birthday. On Tuesday, the 8-year-old Plainville resident stopped by the Quincy Police Department.

Massachusetts' Arbella Insurance Group Promotes Martin

The Arbella Insurance Group, a Quincy, Mass.-based regional property and casualty insurance company, has appointed Karin Martin to assistant vice president in its contact centers. Reporting to Janet Corcoran, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Martin will oversee the Customer Service and Arbella Service Center units.

Man and woman lead police on car chase from Quincy to Dorchester after drug probe

A 50-year-old man and 38-year-old woman who were being investigated for drugs were arrested after leading police on a car chase from Quincy to Dorchester Tuesday night, officials said. Police witnessed what they believed to be a drug transaction outside a Water Street residence, and they began the chase at 6 p.m. when Alfred Iannaco, a Hull resident, and Kimberly Haskins, a Quincy resident, saw police approaching and sped away in a red Chevrolet van, according to a statement from Quincy police.

The Orange Line is so crowded, some passengers go out to go in

On mornings when Orange Line trains arrive at Sullivan Square already jammed to the gills, Spaulding sometimes crosses the platform and travels outbound for a stop or two, and then switches back to an inbound train that has more room. "I know if I go north I can get on a train, but if I wait at Sullivan I don't know when I can get on," said Spaulding, a 35-year-old Medford resident who works for an insurance firm.

Quincy Democratic City Committee Caucus 2018

The Quincy Democratic City Committee will hold the Quincy Democratic caucuses to determine delegates and alternate delegates to the 2018 Massachusetts Democratic State Convention. The date of the caucus is Saturday, February 10, 2018.

Dunkin' Donuts Unveils Next Generation Concept Store in Quincy, MA

CANTON, Mass: In the city where it opened its very first location 68 years ago, Dunkin' Donuts unveiled its next generation concept store. The new Dunkin' Donuts restaurant at 588 Washington Street in Quincy, Massachusetts offers the first look at the brand's U.S. store of the future experience, with a modern atmosphere and new and innovative technologies and design elements -- including the first drive-thru exclusively for mobile ordering -- to make running on Dunkin' faster and more convenient than ever before.

Small snow people at the Wollaston Recreation Facility in Quincy earlier this month.

With January coming to a close this week, it's interesting that we really haven't had much in the way of snow events. There was of course the nor'easter back on Jan. 4, but since then, Boston hasn't seen more than 2 inches of snow in any one sitting.

Ex-wife of longtime fugitive admits lying to authorities

While a fugitive, Wolas orchestrated more scams, including two involving real estate development projects in Quincy, Mass., through which he bilked at least 19 investors of more than $1.5 million, according to the FBI. While a fugitive, Wolas orchestrated more scams, including two involving real estate development projects in Quincy, Mass., through which he bilked at least 19 investors of more than $1.5 million, according to the FBI.

New store concept is next step in Dunkin' rebranding

Located in Quincy, Massachusetts, the store has such new features as a dedicated space for mobile order pickups, digital ordering kiosks and a drive-thru dedicated to customers who have ordered ahead via Dunkin' Donuts' DD Perks app, according to CNBC . It is also the second store location to feature the chain's new branding, with only the "Dunkin'" part of the moniker appearing on the signage.

Neponset River seen from Commander Shea Blvd. in Quincy on Tuesday,January 23, 2018.

Dangerous needles are turning up along parts of the Neponset River, forcing an environmental group to start warning volunteers to take special precautions when they pick up debris. "The last couple of years, actually, we have started to discover that needles are becoming a regular part of our river cleanup events," said Ian Cooke, executive director of the Neponset River Watershed Association.

Quincy man, 50, identified as person killed when car flew over Wollaston seawall

A Quincy man was identified Tuesday as the person killed when the car he was driving struck two other vehicles on Quincy Shore Drive, a crash that sent the sedan over the sea wall and onto the sand on Wollaston Beach 10 feet below. Peter J. Boylan, 50, was stopped by a State Police trooper on Quincy Shore Drive for a traffic violation around 9 p.m. Monday and had provided the trooper with some identifying information, according to State Police spokesman David Procopio.

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