Presentation teaches students, parents how to stay safe online
Education

Presentation teaches students, parents how to stay safe online

Like most eighth-graders, Natalie Vonderheide, Lexi Schaffer and Catherine Steinkamp spend hours on their devices online. But the St. Dominic students follow some simple tips to stay safe.

Payson native named new executive director of Midwest Inland Port
Quincy News

Payson native named new executive director of Midwest Inland Port

Nicole Bateman finds herself in the position of being a key player in the immediate -- and far-reaching -- economic future of Decatur. Bateman, 34, a Payson native who calls Quincy home, is the new executive director of the Midwest Inland Port.

Trial of St. Louis man in drug-induced homicide case moves forward
Police & Courts

Trial of St. Louis man in drug-induced homicide case moves forward

A St. Louis man charged in connection with the 2015 overdose death of a Quincy man is set to go to trial June 12.

Monroe school site building 'in pretty decent shape'
Education

Monroe school site building 'in pretty decent shape'

Classrooms are done, and floors are waxed at the new K-5 building on the Monroe site. "The building is really in pretty decent shape. There is some stuff that's not complete," said Dave Wombles, construction representative for Quincy Public Schools.

QHS teacher recognized with lifetime achievement award
Quincy News

QHS teacher recognized with lifetime achievement award

Thomas Burnett, a theater and English teacher at Quincy High School for more than 40 years, was recognized by Arts Quincy during the Rotary Club of Quincy meeting on Tuesday.

Quincy Plan Commission endorses zoning changes
Local Government

Quincy Plan Commission endorses zoning changes

Plans to develop a real estate office at 4435 Broadway and a residential development at 5503 State took a step forward at Tuesday night's meeting of the Quincy Plan Commission.

Health

HEALTH NOTEBOOK: Early detection important with communication disorders

Quincy Medical Group is accenting early detection as a key to prevent or aid communication disorders.

Dairy Queen in Quincy Mall to close in June
Quincy News

Dairy Queen in Quincy Mall to close in June

The Dairy Queen in Quincy Mall will be closing its doors next month. A classified advertisement in The Herald-Whig's Sunday edition advertised an online-only auction for the business's equipment.

Process outlined to replace Flinn Stadium lighting
Education

Process outlined to replace Flinn Stadium lighting

The Quincy School District is looking at an alternate process rather than the traditional design, bid and build method for replacing the lighting at Flinn Stadium.

Camp Point man pleads not guilty to child pornography charges
Police & Courts

Camp Point man pleads not guilty to child pornography charges

A Camp Point man has pleaded not guilty to multiple charges of child pornography. Court records show Logan M. Graham, 18, entered the plea Tuesday morning in Adams County Circuit Court.