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QUINCY - Ray Flynn, former ambassador to the Vatican and former Boston mayor, will be the speaker during a discussion about faith and politics at 7 p.m. today at Bad Abbots Pub, 1546-Rear Hancock St. (in the municipal parking lot).
BOSTON - The state will spend $4.1 million on seaport-related projects, including efforts in Scituate and Quincy. Scituate is to receive $550,000 for dredging at Scituate Marine Park, and $350,000 is for the Squantum Point Park Pier, part of the Adams Landing project, in Quincy.
PATRIOT LEDGER ARCHIVES - A LOOK BACK AT OUR HISTORY 1858 September 11 , Page 2 The Quincy Patriot FOUNDLING. On Thursday evening last, about eight o'clock, Mrs.
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By JENNIFER MANN Quincy A resident who opposes the mayor's plans for a track at Faxon Field has been ordered to remove videos on the issue from his personal Web site.
HINGHAM - If summer is one big beach party, the time for cleaning up eventually comes. In Hingham, that time is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Volunteers will gather at the Bathing Beach, on Otis Street (Route 3A), for Coastsweep, the state's annual coastal cleanup.
QUINCY - Thieves broke into a live power box and stripped out about 250 feet of copper wire at a construction site during the weekend.
QUINCY - Two bars served alcohol to a teenager as police conducted compliance checks during the Labor Day weekend, Detective Lt. Peter Turowski said. Callahan's Tap at 296 Copeland St.
BOSTON - The MBTA will hold public meetings in Quincy and Weymouth starting Wednesday to solicit comments regarding proposed service changes. The T plans to reduce service on some routes but says it will improve service on others.
RANDOLPH - The premier career fair event south of Boston will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Lombardo's, 6 Billings Road, Randolph. The fair will include businesses looking to hire employees for retail, professional, technical, health care, medical and manufacturing jobs.