Local Government

City to resume virtual meetings amid increase of COVID-19 cases

Amid an uptick in the number of COVID-19 cases in the county and on the advice of the Adams County Health Department, city officials said on Thursday that all city meetings will again include an option for officials to participate virtually.

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New road project planned for Quincy's north side
Local Government

New road project planned for Quincy's north side

Another street resurfacing project is moving forward thanks in part to an unanimous decision by the Quincy City Council on Monday to spend $850,000 a multi-part project along the city's north side.

Hannibal News

Robinson family descendants seek cemetery annexation

The Robinson Cemetery will soon be a part of the city of Hannibal. During Tuesday night's meeting of the Hannibal City Council at city hall first reading was given a bill that would see the cemetery annexed into the city limits.

Moore taps Holbrook for vacant 3rd Ward seat
Quincy News

Moore taps Holbrook for vacant 3rd Ward seat

Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore has chosen former Alderman Jared Holbrook to fill the vacancy created by the death of Tom Ernst, who died earlier this month in a one-vehicle car crash near Carthage.

QPD moves into new facility
Police & Courts

QPD moves into new facility

Quincy Police Chief Rob Copley will have to get used to the occasional traffic noise on Broadway outside his office, but it won't be a problem.

Local Government

Pandemic moves riverfront development town hall online

Area residents wanting to weigh in or to hear an update from the city's Riverfront Master Plan Steering Committee will be able to do so from the comforts of their own home.

Adams County to seek zero-growth budget for next year
Local Government

Adams County to seek zero-growth budget for next year

Adams County officeholders and department heads will be asked to work toward a zero-growth budget for the next fiscal year as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

Quincy alderman Tom Ernst dies unexpectedly
Local Government

Quincy alderman Tom Ernst dies unexpectedly

Third Ward Alderman Tom Ernst has died unexpectedly. Family members confirmed news of his death on social media Saturday afternoon.

Quincy Park Board moves forward with proposal to sell Lenane Park
Local Government

Quincy Park Board moves forward with proposal to sell Lenane Park

The Quincy Park Board didn't need any discussion to start the process to sell Lenane Park on the city's northwest side. Commissioners voted 7-0 Wednesday night to approve a resolution to find the park was no longer needed.

Quincy News

Public can attend city meetings starting Monday

For the first time in months, members of the public will be admitted on Monday, June 29, into City Council chambers at Quincy City Hall, according to an announcement from city leaders.