None of the animals is removed from the two enclosures at the Lynn Deer Park during the fireworks displays. Rick Gengenbacher, marking director at the Illinois Veterans Home, said there have been no reports of problems with the deer or buffaloes.
It looks like you are referring to 513 and 517 Sycamore. The two properties are included on the city's fix-or-flatten program list, which was approved by the Quincy City Council on June 26.
There is no all-encompassing online database of people who are buried in Quincy and Adams County, but the Great River Genealogical Society compiled burial records for all Adams County residents.
The lot on the southeast corner of Fourth and Maine where the former Newcomb Hotel stood has not been sold. The sign just blew over in the wind.
It took some digging both online and in The Herald-Whig archives, but fireworks have been outlawed in Illinois since 1935. However, no reason was given in the accounts we located.
The rail line is owned by the Burlington Junction Railway, a short-line freight railroad that operates industrial rail lines.
The area where the machinery was parked is part of the Dock's property, and it uses the space for additional parking. So the Park District isn't planning to build anything right there.
The wind turbine west of Pittsfield is owned by the Illinois Electric Cooperative and started operating in May 2005.
Hannibal City Manager Jeff LaGarce said teh outlets are for Christmas lights and perhaps some other miscellaneous plug-ins during festivals.