Kirlin's Inc. has sold the last of its stores and is putting its longtime corporate home at the southwest corner of Sixth and Maine up for sale. Gary Kirlin, who has been president of the family-owned company, said Kirlin's Inc. is now out of the retail business. But part of the once-sprawling business remains in the family.
Kimberly Roewe's explanation of what she does at Phibro offered a way to pique interest in science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, job opportunities as part of Tuesday's "Start with the End in Mind" Junior Achievement Career Fair.
Portions of Maine and South 11th streets will close beginning Monday for sewer repairs.
Cally Lewis can't bear to see a toy go to waste. Two years ago, the Quincy resident began collecting old dolls that were likely destined for the garbage. She dresses them up, packages them, and donates them to Toys for Tots.
The Quincy Police Department has released photos on its Facebook page, seeking help in the identification of females for a theft investigation being conducted at the Quincy Mall.
J.T. Dozier, the chairman of Project Red Ribbon for the Quinsippi Chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving, kicked off this year's project, now in its 27th year, Monday along with Mayor Kyle Moore and Police Chief Rob Copley at City Hall.
A Camp Point teen was taken to Blessing Hospital after a two-car crash Monday near John Wood Community College.