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Storm in Quincy, Illinois
Kurt Parsons

Quincy Still Has A Lot of Storm Cleanup Ahead [Video]

Damage from the July 13 windstorm that tore through Quincy is still clearly visible along city streets. Things are finally starting to return to normal in Quincy, but the volume of debris left from the storm will take some time to clean up. 

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Alta King
Alta King

Mayor Moore Asks Business Community for Support in Quincy Cleanup

An army of volunteers assisted the elderly and disabled to remove debris from their properties over the weekend. They worked in high heat and humidity along with some rain at times as part of the "Neighbors Helping Neighbors" campaign. Unfortunately, they were able to do just so much.  Most of them needed to return to work today. Much more needs to be done in the city's recovery. With that in mind, Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore has asked for the business community to step up and assist.

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Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore
Jeff Dorsey

Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore Says Cleanup After Monday’s Storm Will Take Time [Interview]

The City of Quincy has been hard at work clearing streets and coordinating cleanup efforts after a major thunderstorm damaged homes, businesses, and knocked out power for a large portion of the city on Monday evening. Mayor Kyle Moore spoke with Y101 on Tuesday afternoon to provide an update to residents.

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Bill Shuler
Bill Shuler

Listen to Tuesday’s Press Conference on Storm Cleanup in Quincy

Quincy residents continue to recover from an intense thunderstorm that passed through the area on Monday evening. Thousands have been without power, many roads are impassable and several businesses are closed. Mayor Kyle Moore and emergency management officials held a press conference at noon on Tuesday to discuss the City's cleanup efforts and to provide instructions for those impacted by the storm. 

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Storm damage in Quincy, Illinois
Alta King

Representative Randy Frese Issues Statement on Quincy Storm

Adams County residents are dealing with major storm damages Tuesday morning as thousands of residents are still without power after severe storms hit Monday night. Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore declared a State of Emergency Monday night after 70 mph winds ripped through Quincy, downing power lines and damaging homes.

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Hannibal Storm, May 20, 2013

Hannibal Storm Damage [Photo Gallery]

On May 20, 2013, straight-line winds from severe storms resulted in significant damage to homes and businesses in Hannibal. Marion County Emergency Management Director John Hark estimated that "most" of the city, perhaps as much as 80%, was affected in some way by the storm. Power was out in parts of Hannibal for multiple days, and some residents reported that buying groceries in the city was difficult because so many businesses were closed due to the outage. See our photo gallery of damage from around America's Hometown.

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Hannibal Continues to Clean Up Following Storm, Flooding [Photo Gallery]

The City of Hannibal continues to clean up streets and properties, more than two weeks after a devastating storm downed trees, damaged buildings and knocked out power to thousands of residents. Flooding in the city has further complicated recovery efforts, as high waters led to the closing of the Flood Buyout Area on South Side, where many storm victims had brought limbs for disposal. A portion of that area has re-opened, though some of it remains underwater. 

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Douglas Community Services Assessing Needs of Storm Victims

 

Douglas Community Services in Hannibal is holding assessment of what help is needed by residents following the recent storms. The assessment will be Friday, June 7, from 1 - 3 p.m. in the community room at Douglas Community Services. 

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Twain o Main, Hannibal, Missouri
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Twain on Main Will Go on in Downtown Hannibal

The Twain on Main Festival will proceed as planned in Hannibal during Memorial Day Weekend.

“This year’s festival is gearing up to be even bigger and better than last year,” said Gail Bryant, Director of the Hannibal Convention & Visitors Bureau.  With the levee gates out there is plenty of public parking downtown and several special activities planned throughout the festival.  The stores and shops downtown as well as the festival vendors are looking forward to a very busy weekend.”

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Hannibal Officials Warn of Potential Scams

(HANNIBAL)—After the storm comes the cleanup and the scammers. Hannibal city officials encourage you to only hire credible, licensed companies and exercise caution before you hire.

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