The city of Quincy, Massachusetts has a population of 88025 and ranked #10 by population in the state. Quincy has 40093 households and a total area of 16.78 sq. miles w/ a population density of 5245.8 people per sq. mile and approx. 2.2 people per household. Data according to 2000 census.

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It'll be quite a rush when Quincy and North Quincy clash on Thanksgiving - Wicked Local - QUINCY – It is often said that a win on Thanksgiving can be the one that makes or breaks a football season, but that is especially true for both Quincy High and North Quincy this season. Both teams started the fall with high hopes and a bevy of ... - Wed, 25 Nov 2015

LLOYD: BYU basketball assistant coach Quincy Lewis enjoying new challenge - Daily Herald - Lone Peak head coach Quincy Lewis embraces Lone Peak's Nick Emery (4), right, after their victory over Alta in the 5A boys basketball finals at the Dee Events Center in Ogden on Saturday, March 2, 2013. Lone Peak won the game with a score of 72-39 to ... - Thu, 26 Nov 2015

Quincy company to give away 60 turkeys in West Bridgewater - Wicked Local - WEST BRIDGEWATER - A Quincy company will be giving away free turkeys at the Market Basket in West Bridgewater Wednesday night. Employees at USA Computer Services will be at the grocery store at 352 West Center St. at 5 p.m.. They have 60 turkeys ... - Wed, 25 Nov 2015

Quincy Police deal with domestic calls over the holidays - WGEM - Thanksgiving is a special time with family and friends, but that can come with stress and turn into domestic problems. Officers say that domestic violence calls are a large part of what they respond to every day, but Sergeant Bryan Dusch says it's not ... - Thu, 26 Nov 2015

Chris Ladley takes over as Quincy Street Bistro chef - - Chris Ladley is the new chef de cuisine at Quincy Street Bistro, the acclaimed comfort-food restaurant in the Princeton Heights neighborhood. Ladley suceeds Chris Tirone, who took over the Quincy Street kitchen after Rick Lewis departed earlier this ... - Tue, 24 Nov 2015

Death of 10-year-old Quincy boy not suspicious, police say - The Patriot Ledger - QUINCY – Police do not suspect foul play in the death of a 10-year-old boy who was found unresponsive at a home on Verchild Street on Sunday afternoon. “The death does not appear suspicious, but we have to wait for autopsy results,” Quincy Police Capt. - Mon, 23 Nov 2015

Quincy city clerk moving on to county commission seat - The Boston Globe - The Quincy Democrat was recently chosen over two other applicants to fill the Norfolk County Commission seat vacated by the resignation of John M. Gillis. Following the procedures set out in state law, Shea was appointed unanimously by the two ... - Tue, 24 Nov 2015

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