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  • Quincy loves Macker basketball tournament

    Quincy loves Macker basketball tournament

    Sunday, May 24 2015 1:35 AM EDT2015-05-24 05:35:09 GMT
    Basketball was king in downtown Quincy on Saturday. The Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament marked its 25th anniversary in Quincy under perfect weather conditions. Clouds that weather forecasters feared would soak the event provided protection from the sun and kept temperatures moderate.
    Basketball was king in downtown Quincy on Saturday. The Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament marked its 25th anniversary in Quincy under perfect weather conditions. Clouds that weather forecasters feared would soak the event provided protection from the sun and kept temperatures moderate.
  • New memorial for local veterans dedicated in Quincy's Memorial Park

    New memorial for local veterans dedicated in Quincy's Memorial Park

    Tuesday, May 26 2015 8:35 AM EDT2015-05-26 12:35:37 GMT
    Roger Buss hopes future generations will remember his military service and the sacrifices other local veterans have made for their community and country. A new memorial dedicated Monday in Quincy Memorial Park will make it difficult to forget. Approximately 200 citizens, veterans groups and representatives from Quincy's Harrison Monuments attended the unveiling of a three-paneled monument etched with names of about 160 area veterans -- both living and deceased -- from all ...
    Roger Buss hopes future generations will remember his military service and the sacrifices other local veterans have made for their community and country. A new memorial dedicated Monday in Quincy Memorial Park will make it difficult to forget. Approximately 200 citizens, veterans groups and representatives from Quincy's Harrison Monuments attended the unveiling of a three-paneled monument etched with names of about 160 area veterans -- both living and deceased -- from all ...
  • Record 27,300 pounds of food items collected to aid local food pantries

    Record 27,300 pounds of food items collected to aid local food pantries

    Sunday, May 24 2015 1:38 AM EDT2015-05-24 05:38:21 GMT
    Adams County residents responded in record-setting fashion earlier this month when the call went out for assistance with the 23rd annual "Stamp Out Hunger" national food drive. United Way of Adams County and the National Association of Letter Carriers, which again partnered to aid local food pantries, report an unprecedented 27,300 pounds of food items were collected. That surpassed the previous high of 22,000 pound in 2014.
    Adams County residents responded in record-setting fashion earlier this month when the call went out for assistance with the 23rd annual "Stamp Out Hunger" national food drive. United Way of Adams County and the National Association of Letter Carriers, which again partnered to aid local food pantries, report an unprecedented 27,300 pounds of food items were collected. That surpassed the previous high of 22,000 pound in 2014.

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