QUINCY -- Quincy woman injured in motorcycle crash
Against the backdrop of a quilt hanging in the Dr. Richard Eells House, storyteller W.T. Johnson narrated the fictitious tale of Peter Paul Johnson, a Ralls County, Mo., slave trying to make his way north with the help of the Underground Railroad.
QUINCY -- Charitable organizations interested in seeking grant funds from the Community Foundation Serving West-Central Illinois & Northeast Missouri's annual competitive grant program are invited to attend one of four grant information workshops. Workshop
QUINCY -- Robert "Bob" March sees his photographic memory as advantageous at times and a hindrance at others. At 85 years old, March, of Clayton, vividly recalls having his photograph taken with his family in the early 1930s, when he was only 18 months old
There's still time to submit nominations for the Herald-Whig "Heroes" magazine scheduled to appear in May. The publication will spotlight everyday people from all walks of life in West-Central Illinois and Northeast Missouri who have worked tirelessly to better the communities in which they live.
Weather permitting, Scotties Fun Spot officials are hoping to open their new 18-hole miniature golf course in about six weeks.
The Quincy arts community received an unanticipated surprise this week. Quincy was named one of America's most artistic town by the Viewfinder travel blog on Expedia.com.