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  • Matthew West, Colton Dixon headline April 3 concert at OLC

    Matthew West, Colton Dixon headline April 3 concert at OLC

    Monday, March 2 2015 11:57 AM EST2015-03-02 16:57:25 GMT
    Two-time Grammy nominee Matthew West and rising star Colton Dixon will headline what promises to be an insightful contemporary Christian concert April 3 at the Oakley-Lindsay Center.
    Two-time Grammy nominee Matthew West and rising star Colton Dixon will headline what promises to be an insightful contemporary Christian concert April 3 at the Oakley-Lindsay Center.
  • Aldermen reject special permit for Madonna House

    Aldermen reject special permit for Madonna House

    Monday, March 2 2015 11:02 PM EST2015-03-03 04:02:26 GMT
     The Quincy City Council rejected a plan from the Madonna House to provide counseling and life-skills classes at 401 S. 12th. On a voice vote, aldermen concurred with the Plan Commission's recommendation to deny the special permit for the property located next door to their current facility. Many residents in the neighborhood, who spoke before the Plan Commission last week, were opposed to the special permit, because of traffic, litter and security issues.
     The Quincy City Council rejected a plan from the Madonna House to provide counseling and life-skills classes at 401 S. 12th. On a voice vote, aldermen concurred with the Plan Commission's recommendation to deny the special permit for the property located next door to their current facility. Many residents in the neighborhood, who spoke before the Plan Commission last week, were opposed to the special permit, because of traffic, litter and security issues.

  • Grain Belt Express plans final public meetings

    Grain Belt Express plans final public meetings

    Monday, March 2 2015 11:37 AM EST2015-03-02 16:37:33 GMT
    Grain Belt Express will hold its last round of public meetings this week on a planned transmission line.
    Grain Belt Express will hold its last round of public meetings this week on a planned transmission line.
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