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  • ON THE RECORD: Reported April 23, 2015

    ON THE RECORD: Reported April 23, 2015

    Thursday, April 23 2015 5:03 PM EDT2015-04-23 21:03:41 GMT
    The following civil suits were recently filed in Adams County Clerk's office. The filing of a complaint in a civil suit simply contains allegations that must then be proven in a court of law.
    The following civil suits were recently filed in Adams County Clerk's office. The filing of a complaint in a civil suit simply contains allegations that must then be proven in a court of law.
  • Quincy Police ON THE RECORD April 18, 2015

    Quincy Police ON THE RECORD April 18, 2015

    Quincy Police Thefts, burglaries reported April 18, 2015
    Quincy Police Thefts, burglaries reported April 18, 2015
  • ON THE RECORD: Reported April 15, 2015

    ON THE RECORD: Reported April 15, 2015

    Wednesday, April 15 2015 3:44 PM EDT2015-04-15 19:44:55 GMT
    Quincy Police Vandalism White paint was thrown on an east window of a residence at 3205 N. College Ave., between November and April. Circuit Court Licensed to wed Eric John Jones and Jennifer Ann Yaeger of...
    Quincy Police Vandalism White paint was thrown on an east window of a residence at 3205 N. College Ave., between November and April. Circuit Court Licensed to wed Eric John Jones and Jennifer Ann Yaeger of...
  • ON THE RECORD: Reported April 6, 2015

    ON THE RECORD: Reported April 6, 2015

    Wednesday, April 8 2015 5:31 PM EDT2015-04-08 21:31:03 GMT
    Quincy Police Thefts, burglaries Tapco-Proco 10 soffit bender was taken from a garage at 620 S. Tenth between March 16-17. Next brand 26-inch bicycle was taken from the 1800 block of Hampshire on March 30. Two...
    Quincy Police Thefts, burglaries Tapco-Proco 10 soffit bender was taken from a garage at 620 S. Tenth between March 16-17. Next brand 26-inch bicycle was taken from the 1800 block of Hampshire on March 30. Two...
  • ON THE RECORD: Reported April 4, 2015

    ON THE RECORD: Reported April 4, 2015

    Saturday, April 4 2015 1:38 AM EDT2015-04-04 05:38:45 GMT
    Quincy Police Thefts, burglaries; Adams County Circuit Court charges filed, divorces granted
    Quincy Police Thefts, burglaries; Adams County Circuit Court charges filed, divorces granted
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  • Barry woman tabbed 20th CNA of the Year

    Barry woman tabbed 20th CNA of the Year

    Friday, April 24 2015 11:58 PM EDT2015-04-25 03:58:56 GMT
    Mary Puffenberger, named the Certified Nursing Assistant of the Year on Friday, has never had a desire to do anything else. Puffenberger was the 20th recipient of the CNA of the Year Award, which was revealed during a luncheon at the Laura Kent Donahue Education Center inside the Quincy Senior and Family Resource Center. She was selected from a field of 13 candidates. 
    Mary Puffenberger, named the Certified Nursing Assistant of the Year on Friday, has never had a desire to do anything else. Puffenberger was the 20th recipient of the CNA of the Year Award, which was revealed during a luncheon at the Laura Kent Donahue Education Center inside the Quincy Senior and Family Resource Center. She was selected from a field of 13 candidates. 
  • Color in Motion for Kids in Motion run/walk postponed due to weather forecast

    Color in Motion for Kids in Motion run/walk postponed due to weather forecast

    Saturday, April 25 2015 2:11 AM EDT2015-04-25 06:11:51 GMT
    The Color in Motion for Kids in Motion 5K Run/Walk scheduled for today has been postponed. 
    The Color in Motion for Kids in Motion 5K Run/Walk scheduled for today has been postponed. 
  • State grant cut leads to service reductions for Quincy Transit Lines

    State grant cut leads to service reductions for Quincy Transit Lines

    Friday, April 24 2015 11:52 PM EDT2015-04-25 03:52:45 GMT

    Quincyans who rely on Quincy Transit Lines can expect to see less service in the coming year because of projected cuts from the state of Illinois. Marty Stegeman, director of Central Services and Quincy Transit Lines, said the number of buses will be reduced to two from eight on Saturdays. The disabled and elderly will see one less bus Monday through Friday and only one bus on weekends.

    Quincyans who rely on Quincy Transit Lines can expect to see less service in the coming year because of projected cuts from the state of Illinois. Marty Stegeman, director of Central Services and Quincy Transit Lines, said the number of buses will be reduced to two from eight on Saturdays. The disabled and elderly will see one less bus Monday through Friday and only one bus on weekends.

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