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  • Retiring DeClue gratified with creating JWCC music program from scratch

    Retiring DeClue gratified with creating JWCC music program from scratch

    Sunday, April 26 2015 1:48 AM EDT2015-04-26 05:48:10 GMT
    QUINCY -- Gary DeClue's voice has a sense of accomplishment -- and rightly so. DeClue, 62, is retiring as fine arts professor and department chairman at John Wood Community College. He built the college's fine arts department from scratch, starting in 1991.
    QUINCY -- Gary DeClue's voice has a sense of accomplishment -- and rightly so. DeClue, 62, is retiring as fine arts professor and department chairman at John Wood Community College. He built the college's fine arts department from scratch, starting in 1991.

  • Gervasi among finalists for Mercyhurst University presidency

    Gervasi among finalists for Mercyhurst University presidency

    Sunday, April 26 2015 2:38 AM EDT2015-04-26 06:38:57 GMT
    QUINCY, Ill. -- Quincy University President Robert Gervasi is one of four finalists for the presidency of Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pa. Gervasi was selected as one of the final four after interviews last week with a pool of nine candidates, according to a www.goerie.com report.
    By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF
  • Aldermen have until Thursday to decide on budget that cuts police, fire

    Aldermen have until Thursday to decide on budget that cuts police, fire

    Sunday, April 26 2015 2:35 AM EDT2015-04-26 06:35:56 GMT
    Quincy firefighter Matt Jennings performs a radio check during a shift change and overall readiness check Friday morning at Fire Station 6 at 24th and Cedar. | H-W Photo/Steve BohnstedtQuincy firefighter Matt Jennings performs a radio check during a shift change and overall readiness check Friday morning at Fire Station 6 at 24th and Cedar. | H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt
    QUINCY -- Quincy aldermen must decide whether they want to cut $1 million from the fiscal 2016 budget now as a preemptive move in case state aid is reduced, or wait to see how much of Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner's legislative agenda gets through the General Assembly.
    QUINCY -- Quincy aldermen must decide whether they want to cut $1 million from the fiscal 2016 budget now as a preemptive move in case state aid is reduced, or wait to see how much of Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner's legislative agenda gets through the General Assembly.
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