Park Board approves contract for holiday lights display
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Park Board approves contract for holiday lights display

QUINCY -- A group looking to bring back a drive-thru holiday lights display in Moorman and Wavering parks received approval. The Quincy Park Board approved a one-year agreement with Festival of Lights Inc. Wednesday night. Eric Dooley of Festival of Lights

Local Briefs

'Cops and Nachos' set for Friday

Quincy Police officers will be raising money Friday to benefit Special Olympics.

Education

QND Foundation golf tournament set for Sept. 23

Quincy Notre Dame Foundation's 34th annual Scholarship Golf Tournament will be held Monday, Sept. 23 at Westview Golf Course.

Renowned theater architect gives input on Washington Theater renovation efforts
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Renowned theater architect gives input on Washington Theater renovation efforts

Killis Almond knows a thing or two about restoring and renovating historic theaters. As an architect, he has been involved in the restoration of more than 70 historic theaters throughout the country.

Girl's lemonade stand nets big donation for Salvation Army
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Girl's lemonade stand nets big donation for Salvation Army

The Quincy Salvation Army says more than 400 meals will be purchased for area families in need thanks in part to a young girl's lemonade stand.

Local Government

Six downtown apartments to be rehabbed using TIF funds

The renovation of six downtown Quincy apartments will be partially funded by the city's downtown rental rehab rental program.

Grant will support Quanada's new transitional housing program
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Grant will support Quanada's new transitional housing program

A new transitional housing program will be launched starting next month as part of a more than $400,000 grant.

Handprints from Baldwin students, staff will be incorporated into biplane sculpture
Education

Handprints from Baldwin students, staff will be incorporated into biplane sculpture

Baldwin kindergartner Kambree McDaniles can't tell you what a sculpture is. Neither can her classmate Derek Lopez. But both had a hand in creating one Tuesday with help from South Carolina artist Bob Doster.

Quincy News

Quincy City Council to vote on marijuana ordinance next week

Ahead of next week's vote on allowing recreational marijuana to be sold in Quincy, members of the City Council heard from residents and business owners who are concerned about the city's proposed ordinance.

Quincy News

Upcoming Legacy Theater performance canceled due to conflicts

Officials with the Legacy Theater in Carthage announced on Monday that Prince Ivan public concert and youth workshop set for Thursday, Sept. 12, has been canceled.

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