Good News of Christmas Case No. 31
Quincy News

Good News of Christmas Case No. 31

This single mother of two is starting over after leaving a toxic relationship.

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Christkindl Market has become an event that could use a companion
Business

Christkindl Market has become an event that could use a companion

Maybe the District might want to come up with a companion event for its successful ChristKindl Market idea. Maybe in the spring? Or possibly the summer?

Businesses of many types find help in Quincy area
Illinois News

Businesses of many types find help in Quincy area

Lisa Crocker, the owner of Potter & Vaughn, said owning a business startup "can be exhilarating and frustrating at times." Two years after opening the shop at 504 Hampshire, Crocker doesn't have any employees.

Addicts Victorious alumnus shares story
Quincy News

Addicts Victorious alumnus shares story

Walking out from Blessing Health System's Radiation Oncology Department, Shelley Echternkamp stopped Friday afternoon to hug a former patient. Echternkamp is jovial and greets all who pass by her in the hallway.

Local businesses contribute to Good News in own ways
Quincy News

Local businesses contribute to Good News in own ways

The Good News of Christmas campaign thrives on quiet donors like J.M. Huber.

Good News of Christmas Case No. 29
Quincy News

Good News of Christmas Case No. 29

Mom and Dad work full time and do their best to care for their young son and get their bills paid. However, they recently started to take care of an ill family member, and the debts have increased.

JWCC enhancing a culture of connectivity
Quincy News

JWCC enhancing a culture of connectivity

The more social interaction, the better the college experience. That has been the framework for John Wood Community College's approach to the importance of more student engagement.

Magic day: Grandfather, father and son all share same birthday
Quincy News

Magic day: Grandfather, father and son all share same birthday

With the arrival of Killian Spoonmore on Nov. 28, three generations of Spoonmore men have been born on the same day. The odds are 1 in 48 million, according to one source.

Rauner continues verbal assault on Madigan during Quincy stop
Elections

Rauner continues verbal assault on Madigan during Quincy stop

Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner continued his relentless attack against House Speaker Michael Madigan during a Friday visit to Quincy, never mentioning his Republican primary opponent nor any other Democratic candidates.

Good News of Christmas Case 28
Quincy News

Good News of Christmas Case 28

This single mother of three young children works full time and has a decent income, but with raising a family alone and no child support to help, her budget is stretched to the max.