Cally Lewis can't bear to see a toy go to waste. Two years ago, the Quincy resident began collecting old dolls that were likely destined for the garbage. She dresses them up, packages them, and donates them to Toys for Tots.
The expansion of the Harman House Museum in Pleasant Hill, Ill., will soon be completed. Harman House Board President Lynn Guthrie said the work should be finished by the end of the month.
An early Monday traffic stop near Quincy and the search of a home led to the arrest of two men after officers found what is believed to be methamphetamine.
The number 51 was on one side of the scoreboard. The number 49 was on the other. Not everyone knew their significance when the Quincy Notre Dame boys basketball team gathered earlier this month for their first practice. "I was kind of confused," senior Mac Little said. "At the start, I didn't know what the numbers were, but then I started thinking about it," senior Reed Hyer said. "We figured it out pretty quick."
THERE'S something personal about the Salvation Army Tree of Lights campaign. Campaign co-chairmen Roy and Trisha Webb agreed to lead the campaign because they know it can help people who are struggling. Roy Webb, the superintendent at Quincy Public School
Cigarette smoking, over-eating and other unhealthy behaviors can be blamed for nearly half of U.S. cancer deaths each year, according to a new study.
CBS News fires Charlie Rose after several women accused him of sexual misconduct
Venezuelan authorities say they have detained the acting president of Citgo, the state-owned oil company's U.S. subsidiary, for alleged corruption