In the less than a year since Kate Dougherty was named one of The Herald-Whig's Heroes, her organization, Down Country, has broadened its reach. Nominations for The Herald-Whig's 2018 Heroes edition are due Friday.
Brandon Thomsen sees a lyric from a song in "Big Fish" resonating with the cast in the latest Quincy Community Theatre production. Premiering Friday, "Big Fish" is based on the 1998 novel by Daniel Wallace and the 2003 film directed by Tim Burton.
The Quincy Park Board will decide in April whether to seek voter permission to sell a 5.5-acre tract in the northeast portion of Parker Heights Park.
Jack Uldrich is a self-proclaimed global futurist. "Sixty-five percent of students starting in elementary school today will eventually be working in jobs that don't even exist today," Uldrich said at Wednesday at John Wood Community College.
The Hannibal, Mo., woman charged in connection with a Aug. 2, 2017, home invasion in Quincy is set to enter a plea next month.
A Quincy man is set to enter a plea in a methamphetamine delivery case next week in Adams County Circuit Court.
The Quincy man charged in connection with a theft from a downtown Quincy men's store has pleaded not guilty. Court records show that Timothy J. Baker entered his plea on one count of theft over $500, a Class 3 felony.
About 200 students at Quincy High School walked outside of the school building 10 a.m. Wednesday to remember the 17 students and teachers who were killed by a gunman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., one month ago.
Bruce Rice says he has been trying to bring Michael W. Smith to Quincy for a concert for years. Those attempts have finally come to fruition.
Donald Ray Rients is challenging U.S. Rep. Darin LaHood in the March 20 Republican primary. When they faced off in a three-man primary in 2015, LaHood got more than 75 percent of the vote, with Rients getting about 2.5 percent.