Tri-State Development Summit slated for Oct. 25 at Oakley-Lindsay Center
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Tri-State Development Summit slated for Oct. 25 at Oakley-Lindsay Center

The Tri-State Development Summit will convene for the first time in three years on Friday, Oct. 25, at the Oakley-Lindsay Center in Quincy.

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Store will provide assistance to veterans
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Store will provide assistance to veterans

Jim Hobbins' ongoing mission is simple in theory, impactful by nature. Hobbins, a 92-year-old World War II veteran, coordinates the Virgene Project, which in layman's terms is "veterans helping veterans."

Quincy's brewery heritage comes alive at Saturday's Oktoberfest event
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Quincy's brewery heritage comes alive at Saturday's Oktoberfest event

Quincy's German heritage and colorful brewery history merge to attract big crowd to the seventh annual Oktoberfest celebration.

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Anti-poverty advocates raising funds to help publish book detailing life of low-income and homeless Quincyans

The Quincy Illinois Poverty Project, a Quincy-based advocacy group, is hoping to raise $5,000 through a crowd-funding campaign in order to publish a book chronicling the lives of 25 Quincy families living in poverty.

LaHood not convinced the president deserves to be impeached
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LaHood not convinced the president deserves to be impeached

U.S. Rep. Darin LaHood (R-18) says he hasn't seen enough "facts and evidence" to convince him that President Donald Trump deserves to be impeached.

Keynote speaker stresses uplifting students, community
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Keynote speaker stresses uplifting students, community

QUINCY -- If you could choose your own teacher, what qualities would you look for?
When Ron Clark Academy Executive Director Kim Bearden posed that question to some 2,100 Quincy Conference participants in Friday morning's keynote, the answers ranged from e

Breakout sessions help educators "innovate to great" at Quincy Conference
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Breakout sessions help educators "innovate to great" at Quincy Conference

QUINCY -- Jake Miller set out to change mindsets about technology.
Miller, host of the Educational Duct Tape podcast, uses it to make ed tech tools as simple to reach for as duct tape to fix a problem.
"Go into your classroom thinking what am I trying to a

Oktoberfest returns to Quincy on Saturday
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Oktoberfest returns to Quincy on Saturday

Each year the Rotary Club of Quincy has hosted Oktoberfest at the Dick Brothers Brewery Complex, it changes. Now in its seventh year, Visitors to Saturday's Oktoberfest will see more changes.

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YMCA's annual campaign goal: $140,000

Boosters of the Quincy Family YMCA hope to raise $140,000 as part of this year's annual campaign, which officially started Thursday, Oct. 10.

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Portion of North 12th Street to close for water main work

A portion of North 12th Street will close at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, for water main work.

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