Quincy News

18th, Chestnut intersection to close for two weeks

Posted: Jun. 8, 2019 12:01 am Updated: Jun. 8, 2019 11:40 pm

QUINCY -- The intersection of 18th and Chestnut will be closed for two weeks starting at 7 a.m. Monday, June 10, to allow for the installation of a new water main.

The Quincy Engineering Department said the intersection should reopen to traffic by June 24. Drivers are asked to drive carefully near the work zone and to use an alternate travel route when possible.

Competitive eater to attempt Mississippi Monster Burger Challenge
Quincy News

Competitive eater to attempt Mississippi Monster Burger Challenge

A competitive eater will attempt to become the fourth person to successfully complete the Mississippi Monster Burger Challenge at Quincy's Red Light Bar and Grill.

New executive director welcomed at QCT
Quincy News

New executive director welcomed at QCT

Sara Reuschel started as executive director of Quincy Community Theatre on Thursday and she has already been immersed in the organization's operations.

Quincy News

BoodaLu to celebrate six year anniversary with open house

Six years ago, Michael Bayles was bored. The Knox City, Mo., native had been retired for six years after having spent the majority of his earlier years working for a company that required him to travel extensively.

Staying connected: Golf draws Thomas, Gilmore together at tournaments and beyond
Golf

Staying connected: Golf draws Thomas, Gilmore together at tournaments and beyond

The wait seemed unusually long, but the foursome of boys patiently biding their time on the 10th tee at Westview Golf Course didn't seem to mind.

Police & Courts

Firefighters battle fire at Quincy industrial building

Firefighters remained on scene for nearly six hours Wednesday at a fire in a Quincy industrial building.

Street closings, recycling program top topics at Lunch with the Mayor
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Street closings, recycling program top topics at Lunch with the Mayor

Under the shade trees in Washington Park, a dozen Quincy area residents quizzed Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore about his administration's stance on a variety of topics.

Setting students up for success
Education

Setting students up for success

Amilia Tournear rushed to finish her writing assignment, furiously writing down a final thought.

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