HEALTH NOTEBOOK: QMG plans hiring fair
Health

HEALTH NOTEBOOK: QMG plans hiring fair

Quincy Medical Group is hosting a hiring fair Dec. 14. Open interviews are scheduled for the positions of clinical support staff, medical assistant and LPN.

Deaths from window blinds show need for cord ban, study says
Health

Deaths from window blinds show need for cord ban, study says

Children's injuries and deaths from window blinds have not stalled over 26 years despite decades of safety concerns

Price hikes push health insurance shoppers into hard choices
Health

Price hikes push health insurance shoppers into hard choices

Some health insurance shoppers who make too much to receive income-based help paying their bill are struggling to stay insured heading into next year

Health

Manchester VA gets grant to add complementary practices

The Manchester veterans' hospital will use a federal grant to give veterans access to yoga, meditation and other complementary health practices

Health

Advocates: NY must invest more in housing for mentally ill

Mental health advocates say New York must invest more in community housing for those dealing with mental illness

Early family ties crossed Adams, Hancock county lines
Once Upon a Time

Early family ties crossed Adams, Hancock county lines

In the earliest days of settlement in Adams County and Hancock County, connections can be found leading to interesting discoveries regarding family ties, lawyers and Abraham Lincoln. An example is the John Williams family.

Youth

HONORS: Payson Seymour High School

PAYSON, Ill. -- Students who met criteria for High School Honor Roll achieved between a 3.60 and 4.80 GPA for the first quarter, and received no grades lower than C. Honorable Mention is given to students who achieve between a 3.00 and 3.59 for the first q

Outreach fuels calls for mental health services on campuses
Health

Outreach fuels calls for mental health services on campuses

Mary Ciochetty stood in the middle of John C. Hodges Library at the University of Tennessee last week and wrote a note, "You are loved!!!"

Funding at risk for children's health insurance, clinics
Health

Funding at risk for children's health insurance, clinics

U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow and others are sounding the alarm over the expiration of federal funding that provides health insurance to 116,000 lower-income children in Michigan

Religion

Arch Church plans several holiday events

HANNIBAL, MO. -- Arch United Methodist Church will hold several events at the church, located at U.S. 61 and Ocean Wave Lane. Upcoming events are: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 13, Traveler's Christmas Cantata for those who work or travel on Sunday morning; 9:30