Sale of bicycle collection leads to $40,000 donation for development of Bill Klingner Trail

QUINCY — Donnie Weinberg’s passion for bicycling now will help future bicyclists in Quincy. Family members sold about 60 of Weinberg’s bicycles after his death in May 2016, and on Thursday, the family used those proceeds to make a $40,000 donation to the Quincy Park District Foundation.  Rome Frericks, executive director for the Quincy Park…

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Arns, Quintero win tiebreaker 13-11 to claim City Mixed Doubles Tournament title

QUINCY — Ethan Arns and Theresa Quintero finally outlasted Heidi Holzgrafe and Zach Willing in the championship match, winning 6-3, 3-6 (13-11) to claim the open division during the Quincy City Mixed Doubles Tournament on Saturday. The Quincy Tennis Association was the host of the event. Arns and Quintero reached the title match by defeating…

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Home at 231 East Avenue designated as local landmark

The Quincy City Council designated a home at 231 East Avenue as a local landmark on March 29, and a plaque presentation was made Wednesday by members of the Quincy Preservation Commission. The home, owned by Eric Loos and Heidi Holzgrafe, is a contributing structure in the Quincy East End National Historic District, which was…

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Quintero, Holzgrafe roll to women’s championship at Quincy City Doubles Tournament

QUINCY — Theresa Quintero and Heidi Holzgrafe didn’t lose a set on their way to winning the top women’s division of the Quincy City Doubles Tournament on Saturday. Quintero and Holzgrafe drew a first-round bye, then defeated Shelley Arns and Jenny Hill 6-1, 6-2 in the semifinals. They defeated Lia Quintero, Theresa’s daughter, and Jamie…

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