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  • UPDATE: Hollis spells correctly in Round 3 of national bee, but doesn't move on

    UPDATE: Hollis spells correctly in Round 3 of national bee, but doesn't move on

    Wednesday, May 27 2015 6:31 PM EDT2015-05-27 22:31:20 GMT
    Ben Hollis spelled his words correctly in both rounds of competition Wednesday but won't move onto the semifinals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. But Ben, a sixth grader from Hamilton, still had plenty to celebrate.
    Ben Hollis spelled his words correctly in both rounds of competition Wednesday but won't move onto the semifinals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. But Ben, a sixth grader from Hamilton, still had plenty to celebrate.
  • New aldermen getting used to roles in city government

    New aldermen getting used to roles in city government

    Thursday, May 28 2015 10:12 AM EDT2015-05-28 14:12:31 GMT
    Three new aldermen on Quincy City Council continue to become familiar with their new roles almost one month since they took the oath of office. One role they have become familiar with immediately is dealing with constituent issues -- mostly aimed at the upkeep in the ward. Alderman Jeff Bergman, R-2, said he has received many complaints related to unmowed grass and trash.
    Three new aldermen on Quincy City Council continue to become familiar with their new roles almost one month since they took the oath of office. One role they have become familiar with immediately is dealing with constituent issues -- mostly aimed at the upkeep in the ward. Alderman Jeff Bergman, R-2, said he has received many complaints related to unmowed grass and trash.
  • Loss of city support for crossing guards leaves local schools looking for solutions

    Loss of city support for crossing guards leaves local schools looking for solutions

    Thursday, May 28 2015 9:52 AM EDT2015-05-28 13:52:47 GMT
    The city's decision to stop funding crossing guards is causing concern for the Quincy School District and the city's Catholic elementary schools over how to operate the program next fall -- and how to pay for it. The city and school district split the nearly $100,000 annual cost to provide crossing guards at 18 locations in Quincy, including four Catholic school sites, for the past four years.
    The city's decision to stop funding crossing guards is causing concern for the Quincy School District and the city's Catholic elementary schools over how to operate the program next fall -- and how to pay for it. The city and school district split the nearly $100,000 annual cost to provide crossing guards at 18 locations in Quincy, including four Catholic school sites, for the past four years.
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