Two part-time workers, hired by Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in late February and working with families since mid-March, are the latest step in a partnership with Quincy Public Schools and its school based health care initiative targeti
Archery is something Amy Lefringhouse knows will grabs the attention of children. Using foam-tipped arrows, Gardner Camp set up a booth Saturday to give kids an opportunity to try something different.
QUINCY -- What started as a simple thank you years ago has become an appreciation of both spirit and deed. The Cathedral of Worship's 11th annual Blue and White day is scheduled for 10 a.m. Sunday, May 20, at the church, 215 N. 25th. The church will recogn
Renee Waters is five years into her career as a certified nursing assistant, and she has no plans -- absolutely none -- to ever do anything else. "I love what I do," Waters told an appreciative turnout at the 23rd annual CNA of the Year program Friday.
Baldwin School students took on the staff on the basketball court for the final time Friday afternoon, closing out a 20-year tradition. It was the last game before the school closes at the end of this school year to make way for the new Baldwin K-5 school.
Director of Operations Leonard Schnellbecker plans to retire in December after 40 years with the Adams County Health Department.
Sharing memories will be the goal of farewell open houses planned from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday for Adams School, from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday for Berrian School and from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, May 11, for Dewey School.
SkyWest Airlines boardings in Quincy surged in March to the highest level in several years. There were 781 enplanements at Quincy Regional Airport in March on SkyWest flights, operating as United Express between Quincy and Chicago.