Sarah Stephens' office at Horizons Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry is minimal and unassuming. An award she received last year sits in the window sill, and a neat stack of papers, a laptop, printer, and a large photo of her daughter, Sophie ...
Two Quincy videographers have decided to venture down to Guatemala to capture the devastation of the recent volcano eruption on film.
Joe Middendorf has been named business development manager of The Herald-Whig. Herald-Whig Publisher Ron Wallace announced the appointment, effective June 26.
Terry and Cheryl Reardon knew when they bought their new home in Quincy more than a year ago that it would need a lot of work. The parts of the property that needed the most attention were the front yard and front of the house.
The replacement of a water main will require an interruption of water service from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday on Maine Street between 10th and 12th streets.
The Quincy Montessori School is expanding to better serve students and their families. "We're introducing a lower elementary program that will serve first through third grade," said Hannah Cassens, president of the board overseeing the school.
Adams County Coroner Jim Keller is under investigation by the Illinois Office of the State's Attorney Appellate Prosecutor on allegations of official misconduct and unlawful delivery of controlled substances.
Crews are working on the former Sycamore Healthcare Center building as a temporary housing site for use while new buildings are constructed at the Illinois Veterans Home.