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  • Licensed to wed June 27, 2015

    Licensed to wed June 27, 2015

    Saturday, June 27 2015 1:50 AM EDT2015-06-27 05:50:50 GMT
    Licensed to wed reported June 27, 2015
    Licensed to wed reported June 27, 2015
  • LICENSED TO WED: Reported June 22, 2015

    LICENSED TO WED: Reported June 22, 2015

    Monday, June 22 2015 10:55 AM EDT2015-06-22 14:55:28 GMT
    Aaron Michael Neff and Cyrstal Nicole Donald of Quincy. Spencer Lee McKeown and Brittany Rachelle Casady of Quincy. James Clayton Campbell and Nita Suzanne Scherer of Quincy. Joshua Alan Crenshaw and Ashley Marie Chatfield of Palmyra, Mo. Joshua Harley Anderson and Caitlyn Marie Schoonover of Macomb. Dustin Andrew Klingele of Quincy and Lydia Danea McUmber-House of New London, Mo. Nathan Douglas Goudschaal and Christina Renae Fecht of Mount Sterling. Andrew Kennet...
    Aaron Michael Neff and Cyrstal Nicole Donald of Quincy. Spencer Lee McKeown and Brittany Rachelle Casady of Quincy. James Clayton Campbell and Nita Suzanne Scherer of Quincy. Joshua Alan Crenshaw and Ashley Marie Chatfield of Palmyra, Mo. Joshua Harley Anderson and Caitlyn Marie Schoonover of Macomb. Dustin Andrew Klingele of Quincy and Lydia Danea McUmber-House of New London, Mo. Nathan Douglas Goudschaal and Christina Renae Fecht of Mount Sterling. Andrew Kennet...
  • LICENSED TO WED: Reported June 6, 2015

    LICENSED TO WED: Reported June 6, 2015

    Licensed to wed reported June 6, 2015
    Licensed to wed reported June 6, 2015
  • LICENSED TO WED: Reported May 21, 2015

    LICENSED TO WED: Reported May 21, 2015

    Licensed to wed for May 21, 2015
    Licensed to wed for May 21, 2015
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  • City Council approves TIF rental rehab program

    City Council approves TIF rental rehab program

    Tuesday, June 30 2015 9:31 AM EDT2015-06-30 13:31:14 GMT
    A portion of the money generated through the two downtown Quincy tax increment finance districts can now be used to help renovate residential space.The Quincy City Council approved the program Monday that would allow zero-interest loans of up to $25,000 per residential unit. 
    A portion of the money generated through the two downtown Quincy tax increment finance districts can now be used to help renovate residential space.The Quincy City Council approved the program Monday that would allow zero-interest loans of up to $25,000 per residential unit. 
  • Lifeguard shortage forces Wavering pool to close for holiday weekend

    Lifeguard shortage forces Wavering pool to close for holiday weekend

    Tuesday, June 30 2015 6:20 PM EDT2015-06-30 22:20:57 GMT
    Quincy residents will have only one public pool option for most of the Fourth of July holiday weekend.The Quincy Park District announced on Tuesday afternoon that it would have to close the Wavering Aquatic Center on Saturday and Sunday — July 4-5 — because of a lack of lifeguards. Mike Bruns, the Park District's director of program services, said Indian Mounds Pool will be the Park District's only pool option ...
    Quincy residents will have only one public pool option for most of the Fourth of July holiday weekend.The Quincy Park District announced on Tuesday afternoon that it would have to close the Wavering Aquatic Center on Saturday and Sunday — July 4-5 — because of a lack of lifeguards. Mike Bruns, the Park District's director of program services, said Indian Mounds Pool will be the Park District's only pool option ...
  • Fifth Street Bridge dedicated to Virgil Goehl

    Fifth Street Bridge dedicated to Virgil Goehl

    Tuesday, June 30 2015 4:09 PM EDT2015-06-30 20:09:25 GMT
    A bridge that Alderman Virgil Goehl, D-1, fought to replace was officially dedicated in his honor in a short ceremony Monday. The Fifth Street bridge over Cedar Creek was built in 2011 after years of discussion. It replaced a narrower bridge installed in 1917. Goehl, a 23-year veteran of the City Council, thanked his family, friends and colleagues who attended the ceremony for the unveiling of the plaque.
    A bridge that Alderman Virgil Goehl, D-1, fought to replace was officially dedicated in his honor in a short ceremony Monday. The Fifth Street bridge over Cedar Creek was built in 2011 after years of discussion. It replaced a narrower bridge installed in 1917. Goehl, a 23-year veteran of the City Council, thanked his family, friends and colleagues who attended the ceremony for the unveiling of the plaque.

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