Amongst the crowd listening to Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore's State of the City address on Friday were members of the Quincy City Council, including Alderman Tom Ersnt, R-3, and Alderman John Mast, R-5.
Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore intends to use Friday's annual State of the City address to win support for three of his top priorities for the coming year, which includes infrastructure, a riverfront master plan and economic development.
The Adams County Board has approved a number of safeguards it feels will help ensure proper care for county residents who require ambulance service.
Adams County Clerk and Recorder Chuck Venvertloh has announced that he is resigning to take a job in the private sector.
City officials say they are drafting an ordinance that if approved by members of the Quincy City Council and the city's Plan Commission would prohibit residents from inhabiting a Recreational Vehicle within the city.
A direct question from Alderman Mike Farha, R-4, to two city leaders revealed that despite upheaval in the industry the city of Quincy will be staying in the garbage and recycling business for at least another year.