Police & Courts

Police consider threat level, other factors before high-speed pursuit

Quincy police officials agree that the decision to pursue a man being sought in connection with an aggravated domestic battery Thursday morning was a bit different from normal.

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Quincy school survey: Teacher recruitment, training, retention top needs
Education

Quincy school survey: Teacher recruitment, training, retention top needs

Strong recruitment, training and retention topped the list of needs in the latest Quincy Public Schools survey. Human Resources Committee Chairman Carol Nichols said a "rolling" top seven needs will be shared with the full board next week.

AG SEMINAR: Execution, not planning, key to marketing
Agriculture

AG SEMINAR: Execution, not planning, key to marketing

Kevin Van Trump was the featured speaker at Wednesday's ag seminar sponsored by First Bankers Trust Services and First Bankers Trust Company at the Holiday Inn.

UPDATE: Blessing Hospital lockdown lifted, arrest made after chase
Quincy News

UPDATE: Blessing Hospital lockdown lifted, arrest made after chase

An arrest has been made in connection to the lockdown at Blessing Hospital's 11th Street campus and Blessing Health Center.

Illinois News

Smart upgrades trim utility costs for Oakley-Lindsay Center

QUINCY -- Upgrades in lighting, heating and cooling systems at the Oakley-Lindsay Center are paying off with lower utility bills. Rob Ebbing, the OLC's executive director, said annual utility bills have fallen from $123,891 eight years ago to $76,222 last

Quincy man pleads guilty to 2017 attack on QU friar
Police & Courts

Quincy man pleads guilty to 2017 attack on QU friar

A Quincy man charged in the 2017 attack of a friar at Quincy University has pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated battery of a school employee.

Case of Quincy man charged in 2015 shooting death continued
Police & Courts

Case of Quincy man charged in 2015 shooting death continued

The case of a Quincy man charged in the 2015 shooting death of another Quincy man has been continued to April 4.

Quincy man sentenced to 16 years after pleading guilty to multiple sex assualt, abuse charges
Police & Courts

Quincy man sentenced to 16 years after pleading guilty to multiple sex assualt, abuse charges

A 77-year-old Quincy man was sentenced to 16 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections after pleading guilty to sexually abusing three girls.

Quincy man indicted on meth delivery charge
Police & Courts

Quincy man indicted on meth delivery charge

A Quincy man arrested last week for his role in an alleged methamphetamine conspiracy has been indicted by an Adams County grand jury.

Blessing reaches out to mall walkers with screenings
Health

Blessing reaches out to mall walkers with screenings

Blessing Physician Services sets up in Quincy Mall every Tuesday morning to catch the walkers who turn out before the stores open. Pacesetters is a program Blessing has sponsored at the mall since 2008 to give people a safe exercise environment.