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  • Fugitive of the Week: Michael Gene Roberts

    Fugitive of the Week: Michael Gene Roberts

    Thursday, December 18 2014 11:57 AM EST2014-12-18 16:57:08 GMT
    Police looking for man on warrants for meth charge Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers needs your help in apprehending a fugitive. Michael Gene Roberts, 39, is wanted on Adams County warrants for unlawful possession of meth...
    Police looking for man on warrants for meth charge Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers needs your help in apprehending a fugitive. Michael Gene Roberts, 39, is wanted on Adams County warrants for unlawful possession of meth...
  • Crime Stoppers seeks help in retail theft case

    Crime Stoppers seeks help in retail theft case

    Thursday, December 11 2014 8:53 AM EST2014-12-11 13:53:12 GMT
    The Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers is seeking information to assist in the identification of a suspect in a retail theft case at Save-A-Lot, 837 Jefferson. At about 4:40 p.m. Nov. 18, a white male in his late teens or...
    The Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers is seeking information to assist in the identification of a suspect in a retail theft case at Save-A-Lot, 837 Jefferson. At about 4:40 p.m. Nov. 18, a white male in his late teens or...
  • Crime of the Week: Business burglary

    Crime of the Week: Business burglary

    Thursday, December 4 2014 10:05 AM EST2014-12-04 15:05:46 GMT
    Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers need your help in solving a burglary to a business. Deputies responded to an alarm at Evans Recycling on Radio Road at about 10:30 p.m. Nov. 9. Deputies noticed a window was broken and,...
    Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers need your help in solving a burglary to a business. Deputies responded to an alarm at Evans Recycling on Radio Road at about 10:30 p.m. Nov. 9. Deputies noticed a window was broken and,...
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  • Schock: Bill passed by Congress empowers those with disabilities

    Schock: Bill passed by Congress empowers those with disabilities

    Thursday, December 18 2014 6:28 PM EST2014-12-18 23:28:30 GMT
    U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock said a “no brainer” bill that will give people with disabilities new freedom to set aside savings has won passage in Congress. “Unfortunately right now our society penalizes folks who are living with a disability from creating a nest egg and providing for themselves and doing what all of us think is the responsible thing of saving for a rainy day,” Schock said.
    U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock said a “no brainer” bill that will give people with disabilities new freedom to set aside savings has won passage in Congress. “Unfortunately right now our society penalizes folks who are living with a disability from creating a nest egg and providing for themselves and doing what all of us think is the responsible thing of saving for a rainy day,” Schock said.
  • Mays, Erwin will not seek re-election to Quincy School Board

    Mays, Erwin will not seek re-election to Quincy School Board

    Friday, December 19 2014 11:47 AM EST2014-12-19 16:47:51 GMT
    As candidates for the April 4 elections continue to come forward to file nominating petitions, incumbents Jeff Mays and Stephanie Erwin have confirmed they will not seek re-election to the Quincy School Board after their current terms end next spring. Mays is finishing his second four-year term, and Erwin is finishing her first term and serves as the board's president.
    As candidates for the April 4 elections continue to come forward to file nominating petitions, incumbents Jeff Mays and Stephanie Erwin have confirmed they will not seek re-election to the Quincy School Board after their current terms end next spring. Mays is finishing his second four-year term, and Erwin is finishing her first term and serves as the board's president.

  • Catholic elementary schools seeking funds for 'Adopt an iPad' campaign

    Catholic elementary schools seeking funds for 'Adopt an iPad' campaign

    Friday, December 19 2014 11:04 AM EST2014-12-19 16:04:03 GMT
    The Quincy Catholic Elementary Schools Foundation is launching the second phase of a three-year campaign to raise enough money to buy iPads for all sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders in the city's four Catholic elementary schools. The campaign's first year turned out better than expected.
    The Quincy Catholic Elementary Schools Foundation is launching the second phase of a three-year campaign to raise enough money to buy iPads for all sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders in the city's four Catholic elementary schools. The campaign's first year turned out better than expected.

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