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  • LOOKIN' GOOD: Improvements that 'needed to be done' lead to weekly win

    LOOKIN' GOOD: Improvements that 'needed to be done' lead to weekly win

    Sunday, May 31 2015 1:23 AM EDT2015-05-31 05:23:52 GMT
    Cynthia Daniel says it was time to make changes at her Quincy home. The end result impressed more than just Daniel. It was enough to make Daniel and her project the Week 1 winner in this year's Lookin' Good Contest. The Herald-Whig and First Bankers Trust sponsor the 27th annual property pride contest.
    Cynthia Daniel says it was time to make changes at her Quincy home. The end result impressed more than just Daniel. It was enough to make Daniel and her project the Week 1 winner in this year's Lookin' Good Contest. The Herald-Whig and First Bankers Trust sponsor the 27th annual property pride contest.

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  • Lovelace's lawyers ask for change of venue

    Lovelace's lawyers ask for change of venue

    Monday, June 1 2015 5:46 PM EDT2015-06-01 21:46:49 GMT
    Lawyers for Curtis Lovelace on Monday filed a motion to have the venue for his first-degree murder trial moved out of Adams County. Defense lawyers Jay Elmore and Jeff Page argued in a 12-page document, filed with the Adams County Circuit Clerk's office on Monday afternoon, that seating a jury in Adams County has too many risks thanks to the amount of publicity Lovelace's case has drawn from local and national media outlets.
    Lawyers for Curtis Lovelace on Monday filed a motion to have the venue for his first-degree murder trial moved out of Adams County. Defense lawyers Jay Elmore and Jeff Page argued in a 12-page document, filed with the Adams County Circuit Clerk's office on Monday afternoon, that seating a jury in Adams County has too many risks thanks to the amount of publicity Lovelace's case has drawn from local and national media outlets.
  • Antique Auto Museum organizers hope to work out deal with Quincy Park District

    Antique Auto Museum organizers hope to work out deal with Quincy Park District

    Monday, June 1 2015 11:11 AM EDT2015-06-01 15:11:21 GMT
    The Mississippi Valley Historic Auto Club opened its Antique Auto Museum for the 47th season last week, and some club members are worried this might be the last one. Vice President Dan Pflibsen said Sunday that the Quincy Park District and its board of commissioners told the auto club in 2011 it had to remove about two dozen vintage and retro cars from its facility in All America Park by December 2015.
    The Mississippi Valley Historic Auto Club opened its Antique Auto Museum for the 47th season last week, and some club members are worried this might be the last one. Vice President Dan Pflibsen said Sunday that the Quincy Park District and its board of commissioners told the auto club in 2011 it had to remove about two dozen vintage and retro cars from its facility in All America Park by December 2015.
  • New Red Cross program aids fire protection

    New Red Cross program aids fire protection

    Sunday, May 31 2015 1:49 AM EDT2015-05-31 05:49:40 GMT
    Marsha Clay has lived in her apartment on Quincy's northwest side for only four months. One of the first things she figured out after moving into the upstairs dwelling in the 800 block of North Seventh was how to escape if she ever had a fire. On Saturday morning, Clay got a little more protection for her family. 
    Marsha Clay has lived in her apartment on Quincy's northwest side for only four months. One of the first things she figured out after moving into the upstairs dwelling in the 800 block of North Seventh was how to escape if she ever had a fire. On Saturday morning, Clay got a little more protection for her family. 
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