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  • Former Hannibal principal facing heroin charge to hire own lawyer

    Former Hannibal principal facing heroin charge to hire own lawyer

    Friday, February 27 2015 3:11 PM EST2015-02-27 20:11:29 GMT
    After being denied a public defender earlier this week, a former Hannibal elementary school principal made his latest court appearance Friday with his own lawyer. Clifford Schwartz, an attorney from Arnold, Mo., told Judge John Jackson he eventually will enter his appearance on behalf of J.D. Foust, 33, of Hannibal. 
    After being denied a public defender earlier this week, a former Hannibal elementary school principal made his latest court appearance Friday with his own lawyer. Clifford Schwartz, an attorney from Arnold, Mo., told Judge John Jackson he eventually will enter his appearance on behalf of J.D. Foust, 33, of Hannibal. 
  • Mess on Maine: One of city's most traveled — and noticeably bumpier — streets in line for resurfacing

    Mess on Maine: One of city's most traveled — and noticeably bumpier — streets in line for resurfacing

    Saturday, February 28 2015 1:29 AM EST2015-02-28 06:29:32 GMT
    QUINCY -- The ride along Maine Street between 12th and 18th has become noticeably more bumpy in recent months, but the 6,000 drivers who travel that road every day should find it much smoother later this year. Jeffrey Conte, director of utilities and engineering, said the city was hoping to resurface that stretch of Maine later as part of its annual motor fuel tax resurfacing program. However, the road has deteriorated to where it needs more immediate attention.
    QUINCY -- The ride along Maine Street between 12th and 18th has become noticeably more bumpy in recent months, but the 6,000 drivers who travel that road every day should find it much smoother later this year. Jeffrey Conte, director of utilities and engineering, said the city was hoping to resurface that stretch of Maine later as part of its annual motor fuel tax resurfacing program. However, the road has deteriorated to where it needs more immediate attention.

  • Gardner Denver workers say severance packages being offered

    Gardner Denver workers say severance packages being offered

    Saturday, February 28 2015 1:25 AM EST2015-02-28 06:25:17 GMT
    QUINCY -- Gardner Denver officials have confirmed that workers will be added at the corporate headquarters in Milwaukee. The company's website also shows that the manufacturer is seeking applicants in Quincy, while longtime employees at the factory on Gardner Expressway have confirmed they were offered severance packages to retire.
    QUINCY -- Gardner Denver officials have confirmed that workers will be added at the corporate headquarters in Milwaukee. The company's website also shows that the manufacturer is seeking applicants in Quincy, while longtime employees at the factory on Gardner Expressway have confirmed they were offered severance packages to retire.
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