Bob Gough, MRN Publisher/GM, sits down with the City of Quincy’s Director of Planning and Development to talk about his time in Quincy, which began in 1994. MRN This Week is furnished by Harvey’s.
QUINCY — The City of Quincy is ready to spend money to attract new workers after approving on Monday night a resolution authorizing the Quincy Workforce Relocation Assistance Program. The program, known as Q-WRAP, is designed to provide up to $5,000 in a one-time property tax rebate to people who live outside Quincy and buy […]
QUINCY — Changes made to the original proposal for a coffee bar at the intersection of Seventh and Broadway satisfied the Quincy Plan Commission at its Tuesday meeting. The commission voted to support the issuance of a special use permit to allow the development of Carter’s Coffee Bar, a coffee/specialty drink shop. All landscaping, buffers […]
QUINCY — Father Steven Arisman, pastor at St. Francis Solanus Church, vividly remembers the first time he realized something needed to be done about traffic on a stretch of College Street that runs from 17th to 18th Street between the church and the grade school. “There was one lady who (turned west off 18th Street), […]
QUINCY — A retired kindergarten teacher and her daughter have brought Seattle’s thirst for coffee to Quincy, and the popularity of their business has caused quite a stir along Maine Street. Carter’s Coffee Bar, 3815 Maine, is celebrating its one-year anniversary on Saturday. May 1 also is the birthday for Debbie Carter’s husband, Owen, who […]