Another Independence Day has come and gone and with it another round of Fourth of July celebrations featuring cookouts and fireworks. Unfortunately, the holiday also brought out the worst in some people.
If you have been driving down Maine or 24th Streets in Quincy, you can't help seeing all the American flags in the yards. It happens every year around the 4th of July. American flags are placed on properties along several Quincy city streets. If you were curious as to who was responsible, here …
When the Fourth of July arrives, people plan outdoor activities like watching fireworks, picnics and a visit to the local swimming pool. If you choose to do the latter in Quincy you will have only one option this weekend and that option is Indian Mounds Pool.
Independence Day is rapidly approaching, and with that the sales of fireworks are rapidly escalating. Safety is of the utmost importance when shooting off fireworks. Here are some interesting statistics regarding fireworks in the United States.
Independence Day is Saturday, July 4, 2015. There will be several fireworks displays in the area in the days leading up to, during, and following the Fourth of July weekend. Here is the information we have, so far, on where you can see fireworks in Quincy, Hannibal, and the surrounding communities.
Many of us immediately think of the Fourth of July whenever we think of summer. Some of our best summertime memories were made while celebrating Independence Day. Here is a look at some of the fun upcoming events taking place around the Quincy/Hannibal area this Fourth of July Weekend.
What are some of the things you are most looking forward to during the summer of 2015? There's a good chance that a few of those things will be taking place in July. From National Tom Sawyer Days to Mary Poppins, here is a look at some of the fun upcoming events in our region for the month of J…
Every summer, on one night, the folks of Hannibal will all gather their favorite people together in yards, lawn chairs, truck beds, and even on rooftops to enjoy one of the biggest events of Tom Sawyer Days; the annual Fourth of July fireworks display.