Quincy News

City announces Fourth of July closings, bus schedule

By Herald-Whig
Posted: Jul. 2, 2020 4:30 pm

QUINCY -- In recognition of the Fourth of July holiday, Quincy City Hall and the city's Central Services department will be closed Friday, July 3.

While there will not be garbage or recycling pickup on Friday, Quincy Transit Lines will remain open and will follow a normal bus schedule on Friday, and a holiday schedule on Saturday, July 4.

There will be no change to the city's yard waste collection.

Quincy City Hall, 730 Maine Street, will reopen on Monday, July 6, for regular business hours.

QCT's virtual production to explore human side of Martin Luther King Jr.
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QCT's virtual production to explore human side of Martin Luther King Jr.

John and Marissa Lumpkin will make their Quincy Community Theatre debut together.

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Arts Quincy wins national award for marketing effort

A national award has recognized the work done by Arts Quincy to promote arts organizations with its media presence, flagship publication, overall community involvement and public outreach initiatives.

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Portion of College Avenue closed for construction

College Avenue between North 30th and 36th streets is closed to through traffic through mid-November.

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Adams County nears 500 total COVID-19 cases

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Cinda Hummel has been volunteering at the Back to School Fair for nearly two decades. She says she volunteers each year because she knows how much the event means to the children in the community.

Your Turn/Sue Hester
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Sue Hester, 42, was born in Santa Barbara, Calif., grew up in San Diego and lived in five different states following her husband during his military career before settling down in Illinois (not her first choice, but he is from Schuyler County).

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Admittedly, Dr. Kirk Gribler endured a relatively mild case of COVID-19. "I was fortunate not to have any serious complications, but it makes you think twice," Gribler said.