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  • Conversion of former school into apartment building showing progress

    Conversion of former school into apartment building showing progress

    Thursday, July 31 2014 11:40 AM EDT2014-07-31 15:40:01 GMT
    Felicia Powell and her husband, Richard, have been converting the former elementary school and Quincy Park District headquarters at 1310 Washington into the Emerson Garden Apartments. Crews continue to transform the building this week, adding the final touches to four apartments that will be move-in ready Friday.
    Felicia Powell has heard that a time capsule has been buried somewhere at the old Emerson School, and she wants to find it. "I just want somebody to tell me it doesn't exist to move on with my life, or (tell me)...
  • Cold enough for you? Quincy ties record-low average temperature in July

    Cold enough for you? Quincy ties record-low average temperature in July

    Friday, August 1 2014 3:00 PM EDT2014-08-01 19:00:58 GMT
    Would you believe Quincy tied the record for coolest -- "coldest" seems rather harsh -- July on record with an average daily temperature of 71.3 degrees? That matched the average daily July temperature of 2009.
    Would you believe Quincy tied the record for coolest -- "coldest" seems rather harsh -- July on record with an average daily temperature of 71.3 degrees? That matched the average daily July temperature of 2009.
  • Gems on pace to set attendance record since becoming Prospect League member

    Gems on pace to set attendance record since becoming Prospect League member

    Friday, August 1 2014 2:04 PM EDT2014-08-01 18:04:27 GMT
    With two games left in the regular season, the Quincy Gems are poised to record the highest regular season attendance since joining the Prospect League in 2009. Through 25 home games played this season, 26,175 fans have...
    With two games left in the regular season, the Quincy Gems are poised to record the highest regular season attendance since joining the Prospect League in 2009. Through 25 home games played this season, 26,175 fans have...
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