Dennis Hibbard has seen first hand the violence escalation in Quincy the last two years as he was very close to the Ray Humphrey, Jr. family. At 14 years of age, Ray was murdered a year ago in March when he was shot sitting outside a friend's home. Then other violent incidents occurred causing Dennis to ask "what can I do to make a difference?" It was then that the idea was spawned to put on a "Rock Against Violence" Concert in Quincy.
Former WBC World Heavyweight Champion boxer Ken Norton passed away yesterday at the age of 70, after a long battle with poor health complicated by a series of recent strokes. Norton, known nationally, also had local ties to this area.
It was August 6, 1945 and the United States was involved with World War Two on two fronts, in Europe and also in the South Pacific. Supplies were waning with fighting going on in two different parts of the world at the same time. So the decision was made by then President Harry Truman to utilize an atomic bomb for the first time ever.
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