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  • Quincy arts community honors Irwin Award winners

    Quincy arts community honors Irwin Award winners

    Tuesday, January 27 2015 8:19 PM EST2015-01-28 01:19:42 GMT
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    The city of Quincy celebrated its arts community Tuesday afternoon with the presentation of the 2014 George Irwin Arts Awards. Previously known as the City of Quincy Awards, this year's honorees are the first to be linked with Irwin, who founded the Quincy Society of Fine Arts in 1947. Maryann Middendorf, who was one of two people honored as the Individual Artist/Teacher Award winner, said Irwin helped push her into a career in music.
    The city of Quincy celebrated its arts community Tuesday afternoon with the presentation of the 2014 George Irwin Arts Awards. Previously known as the City of Quincy Awards, this year's honorees are the first to be linked with Irwin, who founded the Quincy Society of Fine Arts in 1947. Maryann Middendorf, who was one of two people honored as the Individual Artist/Teacher Award winner, said Irwin helped push her into a career in music.

  • Lawyer: Money an obstacle in Lovelace's defense

    Lawyer: Money an obstacle in Lovelace's defense

    Tuesday, January 27 2015 9:09 AM EST2015-01-27 14:09:49 GMT
    The start of Curtis Lovelace's first-degree murder trial has been pushed back for a second time. The former assistant Adams County state's attorney and Quincy School Board president, accused of suffocating his wife in February 2006, is now scheduled to go to trial June 29. Jay Elmore, an attorney representing Lovelace, said the main reason for the slow-moving process is the lack of money to mount a defense.
    The start of Curtis Lovelace's first-degree murder trial has been pushed back for a second time. The former assistant Adams County state's attorney and Quincy School Board president, accused of suffocating his wife in February 2006, is now scheduled to go to trial June 29. Jay Elmore, an attorney representing Lovelace, said the main reason for the slow-moving process is the lack of money to mount a defense.

  • TIF district spending guidelines move to full council

    TIF district spending guidelines move to full council

    Tuesday, January 27 2015 1:41 PM EST2015-01-27 18:41:50 GMT
    Guidelines on how money earned from the city of Quincy's two downtown tax increment financing districts is headed to the full City Council after receiving a recommendation Monday from the Finance Committee.
    Guidelines on how money earned from the city of Quincy's two downtown tax increment financing districts is headed to the full City Council after receiving a recommendation Monday from the Finance Committee.
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