Rob Dwyer, executive director of the Quincy Society of Fine Arts for the past 30 years, has announced his retirement and will be stepping down June 30. Dwyer, 69, has been serving the QSFA since 1983, when he was hired to... More>>
A name change that took effect in April became a lot more visible when the Eagle's Nest Hotel sign went up at 300 Gardner Expressway on Monday. The hotel was franchised as an America's Best Value Inn since early... More>>
Business owners and managers in the Quincy area are being asked to fill out surveys that will give local officials a snapshot of the area's business environment. The Great River Economic Development Foundationn,... More>>
Members of the Zoning Board of Appeals recommended Tuesday that the Quincy City Council deny a request by Peters Heating and Air Conditioning to reduce a rear yard setback to three feet next to residential property. Marty... More>>
Two Quincy restaurants that closed months ago are getting closer to reopening under new names and a doughnut shop will be moving west on Broadway. BoodaLu Steakhouse could be opening within a week in the building where... More>>
Harold Schork, a longtime Quincy banker who died last weekend, was described by friends and former co-workers as a personable businessman who quietly worked to better the Quincy community. Mr. Schork, 75, was president of... More>>
Nominations are now being accepted by the Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce for the Business Hall of Fame class of 2014. Chamber Director Amy Looten said the Hall of Fame awards are presented for community service as much as... More>>
John Griffard now feels a little more at home, a little more comfortable after every trip he makes to China. That's because of the added insight the Quincy businessman has gained through courses in Chinese language and... More>>
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- North East Community Action Agency hopes to boost the availability of housing for the working class throughout Northeast Missouri. NECAC and other nonprofits have joined the Next Step Network, which... More>>
Mother Nature's fury of heavy downpours and straight-line winds this year have caused flooding below, and leaking problems above, Quincy's homes -- and is supporting a booming roofing industry. Quincy has received... More>>
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