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Long John Silver’s Closes in Quincy

For the second time in four months a restaurant chain has closed up shop.This time it is Long John Silver's at 30th and Broadway, a business that has been in Quincy since the 1970's. This closing comes on the heels of TGI Friday's closing its doors in late May of this year. 

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ThinkStock

What Are the Most Educated Cities in the Tri-States?

A new survey has ranked the 150 largest metropolitan areas in America from most educated to least educated. I'll be honest, in a million years I would have never guessed any of the Top 5, though I might have been able to guess the cities in Illinois, Iowa and Missouri that ranked the highest.

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Rusty Jarrett, Getty Images

Quincy to Conduct the Fall Tree Planting Campaign

The City of Quincy is offering its fall tree planting program starting on Wednesday, October 1, 2014 through Friday, October 31, 2014. Under the program, Quincy residents and business owners may buy one tree each for planting on the City’s right of way adjacent to the applicant’s property. The cost is $40 each tree.

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Three Horror Movies With Ties to Quincy, Hannibal and Ewing

A couple days ago, I was in the store and noticed that Halloween stuff was already starting to go on display. One of my favorite things at Halloween time is watching all of the scary movies the different television networks schedule. I love horror movies, and I've watched with interest over the last few years as some independent filmmakers have chosen to come to our area and shoot their projects. Here are three horror films with local ties.

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Tearjerker
Mark Bowden

What is the Biggest Tearjerker Movie of All Time?

What movies make you cry every time you watch them? I was listening to a speaker on a conference call talk about how he cried while watching 'Toy Story 3.' I'll admit, that was a title I wasn't expecting. There are movies out there that can bring even the toughest among us to tears, even after watching them multiple times. I did a Google search on the subject and found several online lists naming the biggest tearjerkers. Here are some of the most common titles that seem to appear over and over. 

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