Muddy River News This Week.
Quincy Mayor Mike Troup talks about his State of the City speech and discusses with MRN Editor David Adam about the city’s need for hotels, jobs and housing, as well as the most important question: When is Target going to open? Muddy River News This Week is brought to you by Harvey’s Furniture.Read Full Article
Muddy River News MRN THIS WEEK PODCAST: Quincy Mayor Mike Troup Play Episode Pause Episode Mute/Unmute Episode Rewind 10 Seconds 1x Fast Forward 30 seconds 00:00 / 00:20:24 Subscribe Share Stitcher RSS Feed Share Link Embed Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 00:20:24 | Recorded on March 12, 2023Subscribe: StitcherQuincy Mayor Mike…Read Full Article
GREDF’s director of workforce development talks about today’s hiring issues, how employers are working to keep employees and the efforts to bring in workers. Muddy River News This Week is furnished by Harvey’s.Read Full Article
Executive director Megan Duesterhaus talks about the types of services that QUANADA (Quincy Area Network Against Domestic Abuse) offers, what people should do if they believe they are a victim of sexual or domestic abuse and her thoughts about the recent decision by Judge Robert Adrian to reverse a ruling in a criminal sexual assault…Read Full Article
Mike Klingner of Klingner and Associates talks river issues and how they impact the local economy. Muddy River News This Week is furnished by Harvey’s.Read Full Article
Pinch-hitting for MRN Publisher J. Robert Gough, MRN Editor David Adam talks with Randy Phillips of the popular local air band “The Maulers.” Phillips explains how the group got together in 1983, what a typical Maulers concert looks like and why Saturday’s concert will be the last one (well, they’ve said that before, but it…Read Full Article
QUINCY — Joe Henning is retiring as chief of the Quincy Fire Department in mid-July. He has a new job lined up, but he will remain in Quincy close to his family and remain active in our community. He also was recently named as the winner of the Adams County United Way’s Joe Bonansinga Service…Read Full Article