Thanksgiving

Quincy City Hall Announces Their Thanksgiving Schedule
Quincy City Hall will be closed on Thursday and Friday, November 24 and 25 in observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday.  City Hall will reopen Monday, November 28, for regular business hours.
Central Services will also be closed Thursday and Friday, November 24 and 25...
Black Friday (And Thanksgiving Hours) For Quincy & Hannibal
Ready or not, Black Friday is right around the corner. And as it seems to do every year, it's creeping more and more out of Friday and into Thanksgiving! Despite annual outrage, 2016 looks to be no different. Below are operating Black Friday (and Thanksgiving) operating hours for many of Quincy…
When Should You Put Up Your Christmas Tree? [Poll]
This is kind of weird, I admit it, but I was actually thinking about putting up my Christmas tree before Halloween. I didn't put the tree up, but I was thinking about it. Now that November is here, the time has fallen back, and we've all had some turkey, we can start looking ahead to the f…
Black Friday is About to Go Away
You heard it here first, “Black Friday” will become a thing of the past within a few years. I made that comment 3 years ago and it is getting closer to reality with each year that goes by. This day, where retailers would see their sales escalate to get them into the &ldqu…
Red Cross Urges Winter Blood Platlet Donations
Last year, AAA estimated that more than 98 million will people will travel during the holidays. The holiday season can be a busy time for many with seasonal activities, celebrations and traveling. And this also means fewer donors take the time to give blood and traveling. The American Red Cross is a…
The Cost of a Thanksgiving Meal in Missouri
Good news for Missouri shoppers. The price of a Thanksgiving meal is not going up very much in 2015. The American Farm Bureau Federation says that the price for most items used to prepare a traditional Thanksgiving Day meal will be very similar to 2014 prices.
Black Friday Shopping Trends and Expectations
There is still time left before the holidays roll around to get all your gifts in order, but it's never too early to look at new gadgets and gizmos that will be on sale. Of course, the big shopping day is the day after Thankgiving – Black Friday. A day when people wake up before the sun rises and li…

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