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  1. Thomas F. Clasby Sr., 84,a of Quincy, union officerRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2014 | Boston Herald

    He worked for Boston Gas Co. for 42 years and served as an officer in the union there for many years before retiring in 1992.


  2. Vito J. Signorelli, at 83, a of Quincy, veteran, chefRead the original story

    Dec 6, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Vito J. Signorelli of Quincy, a veteran and chef, died Thursday at his daughter's home in North Weymouth. He was 83. Born and raised in Cohasset, Mr. Signorelli lived in Quincy for 25 years before moving to his daughter's house.


  3. Pols and Politics: Baker picks BakerRead the original story

    Dec 6, 2014 | Boston Herald

    The soon-to-be state CEO tapped his father - officially Charles D. Baker III - as president of his inaugural committee, where, according to a filing with the secretary of state's office, he'll have "control of the administration of the day-to-day business, activities, programs and affairs of the corporation." At least on paper anyway.


  4. Jean M. Phelan, at 82, a of Quincy, a teacherRead the original story

    Dec 4, 2014 | Boston Herald

    She started her career as an elementary teacher at Merrymount School in Quincy, moving to higher education at Boston State, where she was appointed chairwoman of the elementary education department. At Sacred Heart Church in Quincy, she was a reader, member of the parish council and co-chairwoman of St. Vincent de Paul for 30 years.


  5. Carole A. Gregor, at 81,a of South Weymouth, a executive secretaryRead the original story

    Dec 1, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Carole A. Gregor of South Weymouth, formerly of Quincy, an executive secretary, died Friday at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Quincy. She was 81. She graduated from Thayer Academy in 1950 and the Katherine Gibbs School, before becoming an executive secretary for Bethlehem Steel Corp. in Quincy.


  6. Paula M. O'Mara, at 83,a Quincy resident, bankerRead the original story

    Nov 30, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Paula M. O'Mara of Quincy, formerly of Milton, a homemaker and banker, died Thursday in Braintree. She was 83. Before becoming a homemaker, Mrs. O'Mara worked at Mass Bonding.


  7. Photo GalleryRead the original story

    Nov 20, 2014 | Boston Herald

    David Micley, left, of Brookline hugs Larry Tobin of Newton as they arrive to attend a memorial service at the Maimonides School for Rabbi Moshe Twersky was killed in Jerusalem. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady shakes hands with opposing quarterback Andrew Luck after a 42-20 victory over the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium.


  8. Matteo J. Panarelli, 89,a resident of QuincyRead the original story

    Nov 19, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Matteo J. Panarelli of Quincy died Sunday at St. Elizabeth's Medical Center in Brighton after a brief illness. He was 89. Mr. Panarelli was a talented handyman around the house and a huge history buff.


  9. John W. Ritchie, at 89, a of Quincy, T bus driverRead the original story

    Nov 18, 2014 | Boston Herald

    John W. Ritchie, of Quincy, formerly of St. Patrick's Parish in Roxbury, a retired MBTA bus driver, died Sunday in Weymouth. He was 89. He enjoyed spending time at the beach and the ocean, but the most important part of his life was his family.


  10. Home Showcase: Live large in grand Quincy mansionRead the original story

    Nov 14, 2014 | Boston Herald

    STEP ABOVE: The 6,837-square-foot mansion at 36 Heritage Road in Quincy has five bedrooms on the second floor and a third floor with a living room, kitchenette, full bathroom and two bedrooms. This grand Italianate-style mansion in Quincy has undergone a meticulous renovation to restore its ornate interior woodwork and completely update its kitchen and bathrooms.


  11. Court corrects docket, no plea expected for 'Puppy Doe' suspectRead the original story

    Nov 13, 2014 | Boston Herald

    The Polish national facing multiple animal cruelty charges in connection with last year's "Puppy Doe" torture case in Quincy is not planning to plead out next month as the Herald reported online yesterday based on what the Norfolk District Attorney's Office and the Norfolk Superior Court criminal clerk's office acknowledged today was an incorrect entry on Radoslaw Czerkawski's docket calendar. Assistant Norfolk District Attorney Margaret Krippendorf said the court's clerk office has "changed the criminal docket to properly reflect that the case is scheduled in Norfolk Superior Court for November 25, 2014 but that it is scheduled for a Motion to Suppress , not a change in plea."


  12. Suspect in `Puppy Doe' case expected to change pleaRead the original story

    Nov 12, 2014 | Boston Herald

    The illegal immigrant from Poland behind the infamous "Puppy Doe" torture case is expected to plead guilty later this month, according to court records. Czerkawski, who remains held on $500,000 bail and a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainer for a work visa that expired last year, faces a dozen charges of animal cruelty, as well as a charge of misleading the Quincy police investigation into the torture of a young pit bull prosecutors said he starved, stabbed, beat, burned and dislocated the joints of before dumping her half-dead in park next to a Whitwell Street home where he was serving as the home health aide for a 95-year-old dementia patient.


  13. Nancy P. McLaughlin, 44, of North WeymouthRead the original story

    Nov 11, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Nancy P. McLaughlin of North Weymouth died Monday at her home after a courageous battle with breast cancer. She was 44. She enjoyed crocheting, but her main passion was spending time with her children and taking part in their daily activities.


  14. Homeless lens on lifeRead the original story

    Nov 8, 2014 | Boston Herald

    At least that's what Erika Barraza and partner Kevin F. Adler are counting on as they outfit people who are homeless with wearable cameras to give viewers a first-person look at life on the streets. "It's more effective when you're in their shoes, literally seeing the world from their eyes," Barraza said.


  15. Transit cops track ghoulish thiefRead the original story

    Nov 7, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Transit police are looking to the public for help tracking down a heartless thief they say stole a woman's cellphone just moments after she was struck and killed by a Red Line train Thursday night. "I think that's a pretty lowly thing to do.


  16. Theodore F. Kressler Jr., Quincy deputy fire chief, 86Read the original story

    Nov 7, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Theodore F. Kressler Jr. of Quincy, a retired deputy fire chief, died Tuesday at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth.


  17. Editorial: Questions in QuincyRead the original story

    Nov 7, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Yes, Quincy Medical Center was purchased in a bankruptcy auction back in 2011, which should tell us something about its own precarious health right there. But officials of Steward Health Care Systems, a for-profit network of 10 hospitals in Massachusetts, insisted they could make a go of it.


  18. Candidates pitch voters in final hours of raceRead the original story

    Nov 3, 2014 | Boston Herald

    The candidates seeking to succeed Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick made their final pitches to voters in the closing hours of the campaign Monday, while also taking time to attend the funeral for longtime Boston Mayor Thomas Menino. Democratic Attorney General Martha Coakley and Republican Charlie Baker, the former head of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, looked to rally their base and reinforce their field organizations before polls opened at 7 a.m. Tuesday.


  19. Coakley, Baker plan busy days on campaign trailRead the original story

    Nov 1, 2014 | Boston Herald

    The major party candidates for governor are crisscrossing the state in a final bid to woo voters as the campaign draws near a close. Republican Charlie Baker had a similarly hectic day on tap, beginning in the morning with stops in the western Massachusetts cities of Chicopee and Springfield, and continuing on to Shrewsbury, Lowell, Quincy and Boston.


  20. Mary P. Joyce, at 80, a of Braintree, dieticianRead the original story

    Oct 29, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Mary P. "Maire" Joyce of Braintree, a dietician and sales associate, died Saturday at Quincy Medical Center. She was 80. She emigrated to the U.S. from Ireland in the 1960s.


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