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  • Free document shredding event set for Tuesday at 48th and Broadway County Market

    Free document shredding event set for Tuesday at 48th and Broadway County Market

    Saturday, April 19 2014 2:26 AM EDT2014-04-19 06:26:30 GMT
    Free paper record shredding and recycling will be offered from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday at the County Market at 48th and Broadway to celebrate Earth Day. The event is meant to raise public awareness of the need to securely destroy confidential material in order to prevent identity theft and fraud, as well as to encourage people to recycle more. On-Site Information Destruction will have one mobile shredding truck on site to safely and securely shred confidential documents for ...
    Free paper record shredding and recycling will be offered from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday at the County Market at 48th and Broadway to celebrate Earth Day. The event is meant to raise public awareness of the need to securely destroy confidential material in order to prevent identity theft and fraud, as well as to encourage people to recycle more. On-Site Information Destruction will have one mobile shredding truck on site to safely and securely shred confidential documents for ...
  • Blessing to offer free skin cancer screenings May 1

    Blessing to offer free skin cancer screenings May 1

    Thursday, April 17 2014 1:53 PM EDT2014-04-17 17:53:05 GMT
    Free skin cancer screenings will be offered Thursday, May 1, at the Blessing Health Center at 927 Broadway. The screenings will be conducted 1-5 p.m. in the Dermatology Suite 221. Appointments are required by calling...
    Free skin cancer screenings will be offered Thursday, May 1, at the Blessing Health Center at 927 Broadway. The screenings will be conducted 1-5 p.m. in the Dermatology Suite 221. Appointments are required by calling...
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  • Quinn announces $60 million investment in WIU Center for Performing Arts

    Quinn announces $60 million investment in WIU Center for Performing Arts

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 5:34 PM EDT2014-04-23 21:34:34 GMT
    Gov. Pat Quinn has announced a $60 million capital investment to complete the Center for Performing Arts at Western Illinois University. Bids will be opened in late summer, with construction work scheduled to start in early 2015. The project is one of the largest in the Illinois Jobs Now! program and will support hundreds of local jobs.
    Gov. Pat Quinn has announced a $60 million capital investment to complete the Center for Performing Arts at Western Illinois University. Bids will be opened in late summer, with construction work scheduled to start in early 2015. The project is one of the largest in the Illinois Jobs Now! program and will support hundreds of local jobs.
  • Canton, Mo., artist makes statement with environmental artwork

    Canton, Mo., artist makes statement with environmental artwork

    Monday, April 21 2014 1:50 PM EDT2014-04-21 17:50:00 GMT
    CANTON, Mo. -- Canton artist Sandy Eccles is concerned that threats to the environment could have an impact on her grandchildren and future generations. So she's doing something about it.
    CANTON, Mo. -- Canton artist Sandy Eccles is concerned that threats to the environment could have an impact on her grandchildren and future generations. So she's doing something about it.
  • Aldermen will have to re-vote on firefighter contract

    Aldermen will have to re-vote on firefighter contract

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 4:50 PM EDT2014-04-23 20:50:13 GMT
    Quincy aldermen will have to reconsider the one-year contract with the bargaining unit representing city firefighters.In an interview Wednesday, Moore confirmed that eight votes are needed to ratify the contract, one more than seven votes cast in favor of the contract Monday night.
    Quincy aldermen will have to reconsider the one-year contract with the bargaining unit representing city firefighters.In an interview Wednesday, Moore confirmed that eight votes are needed to ratify the contract, one more than seven votes cast in favor of the contract Monday night.
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