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  • CRIME OF THE WEEK: Retail theft

    CRIME OF THE WEEK: Retail theft

    Thursday, April 16 2015 4:21 PM EDT2015-04-16 20:21:20 GMT
    The Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers needs help in identifying a suspect in a retail theft from Wal-Mart on Feb. 27. The suspect is a white male, described as being between 6 feet and 6 feet, 3 inches tall and weighing more...
    The Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers needs help in identifying a suspect in a retail theft from Wal-Mart on Feb. 27. The suspect is a white male, described as being between 6 feet and 6 feet, 3 inches tall and weighing more...
  • CRIME OF THE WEEK: Residential burglary

    CRIME OF THE WEEK: Residential burglary

    Thursday, March 26 2015 5:32 PM EDT2015-03-26 21:32:45 GMT
    Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers is looking for information on a residential burglary that occurred between 5:40 a.m. and 2:40 p.m. on March 23 in the 300 block of Locust in Quincy. Five firearms were taken from the...
    Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers is looking for information on a residential burglary that occurred between 5:40 a.m. and 2:40 p.m. on March 23 in the 300 block of Locust in Quincy. Five firearms were taken from the...
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  • JWCC Earth Day event focuses on sustainable lifestyles

    JWCC Earth Day event focuses on sustainable lifestyles

    Sunday, April 19 2015 1:30 AM EDT2015-04-19 05:30:18 GMT
    QUINCY -- Jacob Krieger isn't quite ready to sound the alarm for the Earth's demise. "We're going to be here forever," the 28-year-old Krieger said. "We don't have to worry, but we have to work. There is going to be so much more work to do in the next 100 years than we've done in the last 1,000."
    QUINCY -- Jacob Krieger isn't quite ready to sound the alarm for the Earth's demise. "We're going to be here forever," the 28-year-old Krieger said. "We don't have to worry, but we have to work. There is going to be so much more work to do in the next 100 years than we've done in the last 1,000."

  • Farm implement breakdown snarls traffic on Memorial Bridge

    Farm implement breakdown snarls traffic on Memorial Bridge

    Sunday, April 19 2015 6:11 PM EDT2015-04-19 22:11:55 GMT
    A large farm implement broke down on Memorial Bridge Sunday afternoon, snarling traffic while a tow truck worked to move it. Police responded to the scene around 2:45 p.m. 
    A large farm implement broke down on Memorial Bridge Sunday afternoon, snarling traffic while a tow truck worked to move it. Police responded to the scene around 2:45 p.m. 
  • Delays still an issue at some VA hospitals a year after scandal broke

    Delays still an issue at some VA hospitals a year after scandal broke

    Sunday, April 19 2015 2:32 PM EDT2015-04-19 18:32:40 GMT
    Long waits at Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals and clinics have not dropped significantly in the year since a scandal led to the resignation of VA Secretary Eric Shinseki. "We are doing a whole series of things - the right things, I believe - to deal with the immediate issue," Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs Sloan Gibson said. "But we need an intermediate-term plan that moves us ahead a quantum leap ..."
    Long waits at Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals and clinics have not dropped significantly in the year since a scandal led to the resignation of VA Secretary Eric Shinseki. "We are doing a whole series of things - the right things, I believe - to deal with the immediate issue," Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs Sloan Gibson said. "But we need an intermediate-term plan that moves us ahead a quantum leap ..."
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