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  • Interceptor SUVs becoming the standard frontline vehicle for QPD officers

    Interceptor SUVs becoming the standard frontline vehicle for QPD officers

    Tuesday, September 23 2014 9:17 AM EDT2014-09-23 13:17:21 GMT
    The Ford Interceptor SUVs in use by the Quincy Police Department will become the standard frontline vehicle of the department. Traffic Safety Officer Neal Meyer, the department's fleet manager, said the Interceptor in his mind has become the next Ford Crown Victoria, a staple vehicle in many departments. It has received rave review from officers.
    The Ford Interceptor SUVs in use by the Quincy Police Department will become the standard frontline vehicle of the department. Traffic Safety Officer Neal Meyer, the department's fleet manager, said the Interceptor in his mind has become the next Ford Crown Victoria, a staple vehicle in many departments. It has received rave review from officers.
  • Park District considering takeover of holiday light display

    Park District considering takeover of holiday light display

    Monday, September 22 2014 10:25 AM EDT2014-09-22 14:25:25 GMT
    If things go according to plan, the Quincy Park District could take over the Avenue of Lights holiday display in Wavering and Moorman parks as early as next year. Organizers with the Avenue of the Lights approached the Park Board last week hopeful the Park District would eventually take over the operation.
    If things go according to plan, the Quincy Park District could take over the Avenue of Lights holiday display in Wavering and Moorman parks as early as next year. Organizers with the Avenue of the Lights approached the Park Board last week hopeful the Park District would eventually take over the operation.
  • Neighbor concerned over Madonna House food pantry operation

    Neighbor concerned over Madonna House food pantry operation

    Tuesday, September 23 2014 10:22 AM EDT2014-09-23 14:22:05 GMT
    A neighbor of the Madonna House is concerned about the organization's growth and expansion in the residential neighborhood. Teresa Humes, who lives next to the organization's 405 S. 12th facility, told the Quincy City Council Monday that zoning should be enforced at the site where a food pantry is operating.
    A neighbor of Madonna House is concerned about the organization's growth and expansion in the residential neighborhood. Teresa Humes, who lives next to Madonna House at 405 S. 12th, told the Quincy City Council on...
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