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7:11 am
Tue October 28, 2014

Illinois Invests $1.3-Million in Tri-State Port

IL Governor Pat Quinn announcing a $1.3-million investment in the Mid-America Port Commission's proposed facility along the Mississippi River.
Credit Jason Parrott / Tri States Public Radio

The Mid-America Port Commission received a financial "shot-in-the-arm" this week from the state of Illinois.

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Due late May
7:17 pm
Wed April 16, 2014

Proposals Sought for Quincy Landmark

The former Gardner Museum of Architecture and Design in downtown Quincy, Il.
Credit Jason Parrott / Tri States Public Radio

Historic preservationists are trying to find a new use for a more-than century old building in downtown Quincy.

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New Building in Quincy, Il
9:43 pm
Mon March 3, 2014

Chaddock Announces Expansion Plan

Chaddock has kicked off a $12-million capital campaign for a new educational building
Credit Jason Parrott / Tri States Public Radio

A Quincy-based organization that works with children from across the country is looking to expand its operations.

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Five Part Series
1:36 pm
Sun December 9, 2012

Turning Around the Downtown

This slide show takes a look at what some downtown walls might look like with murals. We start at Digger's College City Bowl...
Curtis Bisbee

Macomb is getting ready to work on its courthouse square. Repairs will be made to the streets and possibly the infrastructure underneath. The project gives the city, businesses, and residents a rare opportunity to re-examine the square and ensure it remains vibrant for decades to come.

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New funding needed
4:07 pm
Mon June 11, 2012

Future of Gardner Museum Remains in Doubt

Gardner Museum

A recent public hearing demonstrates support for re-opening the Gardner Museum of Architecture and Design It's not clear if the community will come through with the necessary funding.

The museum's board dissolved the non-profit corporation in March. It turned the building and assets over to the Historical Society of Quincy and Adams County at that time.

The society's Executive Director Reg Ankrom says it's a valuable resource. He also says the society cannot maintain it for very long.

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