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GoSalukis - Iowa company pitches Newcomb development proposal - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Where was Duece's fiscal restraint during the hydro mess? Someone should tell him these are investments in infrastructure.
Loverofblues - Practice of end-of-career teacher salary bumps being scrutinized - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.c
3 month vacation? Teachers are paid on 9 month contracts.
UJacks1 - Practice of end-of-career teacher salary bumps being scrutinized - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.c
Welcome to the real world of the poorly paid, over worked, 3 months vacation, holidays off, public school teacher! They have never had any reason to complain about pay - in any form.
AYHSMB - REBEL MEDIA: If Gov. Quinn put an Olive Garden in Quincy, would he win Adams County? - Quincy, IL Ne
If he had a pair, Quinn would have asked if any employees, and the percentage of, will earn minimum wage. (Waitresses not included).
1950Brutus - REBEL MEDIA: If Gov. Quinn put an Olive Garden in Quincy, would he win Adams County? - Quincy, IL Ne
Did Quinn check out their views on same sex marriage?? - Rahm may try to run these folks out of town like he did the Chic Filet people because only the politically correct can service us food here in IL.

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REBEL MEDIA: If Gov. Quinn put an Olive Garden in Quincy, would he win Adams County?

8 hours, 52 minutes ago by Bob Gough

A breadstick in every pot

REBEL MEDIA: Holder out? Finally?

4 days, 13 hours ago by Bob Gough

From NPR: Eric Holder Jr., the nation's first black U.S. attorney general, is preparing to announce his resignation Thursday after a tumultuous tenure marked by civil rights advances, national security…

REBEL MEDIA: The case for police body cameras

6 days, 12 hours ago from the Illinois Policy Institute

What’s a low-cost way to improve police accountability in Illinois while saving taxpayer dollars? Some say body cameras for police officers. After the events in Ferguson, MO, several editorials have encouraged…

REBEL MEDIA: Maher defends Christianity

2 weeks ago by Bob Gough

Bill Maher is no fan of organized religion, but he does defend Christianity when people try to lump it in with Islam.

REBEL MEDIA: Sausage making isn't pretty

2 weeks, 6 days ago by Bob Gough

Garbage is done...for now

REBEL MEDIA: Christie's troubling lack of transparency

1 month ago by Mark Lagerkvist, Watchdog.org

“Chris Christie slept here” is not a historical marker. It’s a state secret in New Jersey, according to the governor’s lawyers. The attorney general’s office is trying to block the release of records…

REBEL MEDIA: Want a good laugh? Video

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You might be crying before this video ends

REBEL MEDIA: What are we doing here?

1 month, 3 weeks ago by Bob Gough

The City of Quincy's attempt to stay in the trash business just took a bizzare turn. The City is looking to spend $23,000 to add tippers to the existing garbage trucks, but the trucks are in such poor…

REBEL MEDIA: Quincy Cursillo turns 40

1 month, 3 weeks ago by Bob Gough

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2 months, 1 week ago by Bob Gough

State employees removing people from public property...not cool

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Iowa company pitches Newcomb development proposal - Hobart Historic Restoration wants to build $3.9 million apartm... http://t.co/D3LhR9gTcY
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Bob Gough 43 minutes ago

@DanLucySports God bless, Dan.
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Bob Gough 3 hours, 34 minutes ago

@ursadailynews The City is planning to take out insurance to cover that in case it falls through.
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Bob Gough 3 hours, 58 minutes ago

@ursadailynews No. Hobart is seeking $1.8 million of equity from the city as an incentive. Money would come from the TIF.