Quincy News

New Start Rescue Mission may have to close doors

QUINCY -- New Start Rescue Mission will likely have to close its doors at some point this fall if directors are unable to raise $45,000. The two-story mission, which has been at 936 N. Sixth since it opened in late 2007, provides a temporary residence for

Your Turn/Debbie Niederhauser
Your Turn

Your Turn/Debbie Niederhauser

Your Turn/Debbie Niederhauser

Restored watercraft and redirected riverboat draw spectators
Illinois News

Restored watercraft and redirected riverboat draw spectators

QUINCY -- Boats, outboards and lots of proud owners and restoration buffs were lined up Friday as the Quincy Classic Boat and Outboard Show got rolling at the Quincy Boat Club. "We'll be here through early Sunday afternoon. We've been doing this for 18 yea

YMCA of West Central Illinois announces new CEO
Quincy News

YMCA of West Central Illinois announces new CEO

The YMCA of West Central Illinois will have a new CEO as of next month. Currently strategic product manager at Brimfield, Ill.-based manufacturer Kress Corporation, Jim Chamberlain brings with him an extensive background in business and experience in a nu

Quincy News

Four firms to present riverfront proposals

In a public meeting next month, four firms will present concept plans for a riverfront promenade, boardwalk and visitor boat dock along the Quincy riverfront.

Quincy News

New 20 Under 40 reception set for Tuesday

For the first time, 20 Under 40 recipients will be recognized with a banquet Tuesday, Sept. 18.

Dad riding bike across U.S. to fight rare disease that killed his son
Illinois News

Dad riding bike across U.S. to fight rare disease that killed his son

QUINCY -- Robb Freed arrived in Quincy Friday afternoon on the return leg of what will be more than an 8,000-mile cycling tour of the nation, raising funds to fight a rare disease that took the life of his son. "EB (epidermolysis bullosa) affects one out o

Quincy teen charged in gun store burglaries pleads not guilty
Police & Courts

Quincy teen charged in gun store burglaries pleads not guilty

The Quincy teenager charged in burglaries of a Quincy gun store has pleaded not guilty to multiple charges, including gunrunning.

Quincy News

Illinois EPA cites Quincy business

The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency has issued an administrative citation to J.H. Concrete Construction Inc. of Quincy in the amount of $7,500.

Quincy News

History Museum plans New Philadelphia program

Authors of the new book, "New Philadelphia," will present the program "New Philadelphia: In Memory and In Spirit," at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 16, at the History Museum, 332 Maine.