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  • Cobb reflects on first year as superintendent of Quincy's public schools

    Cobb reflects on first year as superintendent of Quincy's public schools

    Wednesday, April 16 2014 1:03 PM EDT2014-04-16 17:03:25 GMT
    From his point of view, Steve Cobb's first year as superintendent of the Quincy School District flew by quickly. "It is difficult to believe that it's been a year. It feels like I've always been here," Cobb...
    From his point of view, Steve Cobb's first year as superintendent of the Quincy School District flew by quickly. "It is difficult to believe that it's been a year. It feels like I've always been here," Cobb...
  • Civic Center Authority approves $1.89 million budget; five parties interested in Gems

    Civic Center Authority approves $1.89 million budget; five parties interested in Gems

    Wednesday, April 16 2014 3:30 PM EDT2014-04-16 19:30:40 GMT
    The Quincy Civic Center Authority approved a $1.809 million budget Wednesday, a plan that includes 3 percent raises for employees. The authority is projecting $1.83 million in income in the next fiscal year, which starts May 1. That figure is about $48,000 higher than what was budgeted last year. Expenses are projected to be $39,000 higher.
    The Quincy Civic Center Authority approved a $1.809 million budget Wednesday, a plan that includes 3 percent raises for employees. The authority is projecting $1.83 million in income in the next fiscal year, which starts May 1. That figure is about $48,000 higher than what was budgeted last year. Expenses are projected to be $39,000 higher.
  • Pittsfield City Council approves downtown planters, looks at gas bill overcharge

    Pittsfield City Council approves downtown planters, looks at gas bill overcharge

    Wednesday, April 16 2014 12:53 PM EDT2014-04-16 16:53:03 GMT
    PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- The Pittsfield City Council will lend its support to a Pittsfield Main Street beautification project. Aldermen voted Tuesday to donate eight planters, up to a cost of $2,400, that Main Street plans for the city's downtown. The city will cover the cost with video gambling funds. Officials say the planters and flowers should look nice around the square. Also Tuesday, aldermen learned about an overcharge on the February g...
    PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- The Pittsfield City Council will lend its support to a Pittsfield Main Street beautification project. Aldermen voted Tuesday to donate eight planters, up to a cost of $2,400, that Main Street plans for the city's downtown. The city will cover the cost with video gambling funds. Officials say the planters and flowers should look nice around the square. Also Tuesday, aldermen learned about an overcharge on the February g...
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