Good News of Christmas campaign has helped thousands since 1989
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Good News of Christmas campaign has helped thousands since 1989

[Note]QUINCY -- Thousands of people in need have been helped by the Good News of Christmas campaign that was first sponsored by The Herald-Whig in 1989. Mary Winters, one of the key organizers, said the amazing story of the annual campaign is the people of

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100 Women Who Care makes its third donation to stables
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100 Women Who Care makes its third donation to stables

Quest Equestrian Stables received $12,500 in donations Friday night from the 100 Who Care of Quincy and Adams County. The 125 women involved in the organization have all agreed to donate $100 four times each year to an Adams County nonprofit.

Your Turn/Ann Behrens
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Your Turn/Ann Behrens

Your Turn/Ann Behrens

Park District's Fall Festival sees big attendance jump
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Park District's Fall Festival sees big attendance jump

High temperatures have kept many families away from the Quincy Park District's annual Fall Festival the last couple years, but Saturday's 70 degree weather bucked the trend. Before noon, over 750 people had attended the festival.

When Memorial Bridge is replaced, the new alignment may be with York Street
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When Memorial Bridge is replaced, the new alignment may be with York Street

QUINCY -- Highway engineers hope to replace the Quincy Memorial Bridge within a decade and have been working out some of the details. A bridge costing about $100 million that aligns with York Street, two blocks south of the current Maine Street alignment,

Stalking summit speaker: 'Anyone could be stalked'
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Stalking summit speaker: 'Anyone could be stalked'

Almost 70 law enforcement officials, medical, education and social services representatives and other community members gathered at the Quincy Senior and Family Resource Center Friday for an all-day summit on stalking.

Quincy resident spends three months experiencing German culture
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Quincy resident spends three months experiencing German culture

Three months in Germany showed Dave Schlembach that, beyond the language barrier, we're not all that different.

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Tickets available for TEDxQuincy event Oct. 8

Tickets still remain for the upcoming TEDxQuincy event scheduled for Monday, Oct. 8, at John Wood Community College's Mary Ellen Orr Auditorium.

Strong wind puts the brakes on QU's Homecoming 'balloon glow'
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Strong wind puts the brakes on QU's Homecoming 'balloon glow'

A huge crowd descended on the Quincy University campus Thursday night to see the fourth annual Homecoming "balloon glow." The weather, however, didn't cooperate.

Potawatomi honor 180th anniversary of Trail of Death
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Potawatomi honor 180th anniversary of Trail of Death

About a dozen people huddled around a stone marker Wednesday evening on Quinsippi Island, watching Stanley Perry perform a blessing for forgiveness. Perry -- also known as Redhawk -- sang the Red Road song in Sioux, and then directed members to face in the four directions, starting with the east, and sprinkled tobacco around the marker, which commemorated the Potawatomi Trail of Death."Tobacco is one of our sacred herbs, and it is much like in church the incense," Perry said after the ceremony.