After announcement, independent Sears dealer says it can't come to Quincy for 18 months
Business

After announcement, independent Sears dealer says it can't come to Quincy for 18 months

An announcement over the weekend that a Sears Hometown would be coming to Quincy after the Sears in the Quincy Mall closes later this summer appears premature.

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Quincy man to be arraigned next month in sexual assault case
Police & Courts

Quincy man to be arraigned next month in sexual assault case

A Quincy man accused of sexual assault is scheduled to be arraigned in July.

Mayor hears questions, complaints over lunch in Washington Park
Local Government

Mayor hears questions, complaints over lunch in Washington Park

Questions for Mayor Kyle Moore during Tuesday's Lunch in the Park event ranged from blowing trash to fire station configurations. It was the first lunch event of the summer for Moore, who holds lunch meetings in Washington Park in June, July and August.

Treatment centers improve methods for patients with opioid dependency
People Are Dying

Treatment centers improve methods for patients with opioid dependency

For those who choose to push through the struggles of opioid withdrawal, treatment centers are available to help. Staff members monitor those who go through the withdrawal process and provide people with resources to prevent relapse.

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Portion of North 10th closed off for sewer repair

North 10th Street between Hampshire and Vermont streets is closed to through traffic until Wednesday. The road is closed to allow for the repair of a failed sewer main.

Quincy man charged in reported Sunday stabbing incident
Police & Courts

Quincy man charged in reported Sunday stabbing incident

The 62-year-old man accused of stabbing his son Sunday is being held in the Adams County Jail on $25,000 bond.

Aldermen narrowly approve three-year contract with police union
Local Government

Aldermen narrowly approve three-year contract with police union

The Quincy City County on Monday narrowly adopted a three-year contract with the bargaining units representing patrol officers with the Quincy Police Department, as well as department sergeants and lieutenants. In other business, a flag flown over the U.S. Capitol was presented to 2nd Lt. Jack Lucie, a Basco native and a 2018 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.

Health

HEALTH NOTEBOOK: Salvation Army fan distribution helps those in need

The Salvation Army is distributing electric fans to those in need. It is an annual practice during summer months when excessive can be a problem for many. The fans will be distributed in both Quincy and Hannibal.

Law enforcement trying multiple methods to curb opioid overdoses
People Are Dying

Law enforcement trying multiple methods to curb opioid overdoses

Three opioid overdose deaths in rapid succession in 2015 showed a gap in tracking in the city of Quincy. Until part way through 2015, the Quincy Police Department didn't track the number of opioid overdose calls it responded to. It does now.

Father's Day car show returns, brings back memories
Quincy News

Father's Day car show returns, brings back memories

Attending the annual Mississippi Valley Historic Auto Club Father's Day car show means more to Dennis Koch of Quincy than just another show. His father, Jack Koch, was a charter member of the club and used to attend the show himself.