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Airport still hoping for car rental service

Passengers arriving at Quincy Regional Airport find that they're about 8 miles away from the nearest car rental company. Hertz Car Rental of Quincy signed up for counter space last November, but the franchise is closed at this time.

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Curbside collections seen as quality of life issue in Quincy
Quincy News

Curbside collections seen as quality of life issue in Quincy

Lots of Quincyans still have questions about how the city's solid waste programs will work starting May 1. Some people see curbside collections as a quality of life issue.

Church plans dollhouse display
Quincy News

Church plans dollhouse display

More than 30 dollhouses from the shuttered Dollhouse Museum: Then and Now will be on display Sunday afternoon at a Quincy storefront church.

Police & Courts

Second Quincy man arrested in child porn case

A second Quincy man has been arrested in a child pornography and sexual assault investigation. Quincy Police Department said that Jonathan B. Hoats, 20, was arrested about 10:15 a.m. Friday, near 28th and Broadway.

Quincy man facing meth charges
Police & Courts

Quincy man facing meth charges

Search of a home in the 1700 block of Sycamore led to the arrest of Jaime A. Schroder, 40, of Quincy, on Friday. Members of the Adams County Sheriff's Department and the West Central Illinois Drug Task Force executed the search warrant.

Chapa LaVia picked as state Veterans Affairs director
Illinois News

Chapa LaVia picked as state Veterans Affairs director

Gov. J.B. Pritzker has nominated Rep. Linda Chapa LaVia to lead the Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs after former Lt. Col. Jaime E. Martinez requested that his nomination be withdrawn.

Quincy man arrested on suspicion of criminal sexual assault
Police & Courts

Quincy man arrested on suspicion of criminal sexual assault

Deputies from the Adams County Sheriff's Department have arrested Brett G. Evatt, 23, of Quincy, on suspicion of criminal sexual assault.

Quincy businesses learn about lean processes
Quincy News

Quincy businesses learn about lean processes

Wasted effort, down time and lost productivity hurt the bottom line for manufacturers, other businesses and even nonprofit agencies. Presenters from IMEC gave a presentation on lean processes Thursday and will have a daylong event in March.

Prosecution rests in Wires trial
Police & Courts

Prosecution rests in Wires trial

Prosecutors rested their case in the trial of Steven E. Gavin Friday morning after about 30 minutes of testimony.

Fingerprints, DNA collected in 2015 shooting don't match to Gavin
Police & Courts

Fingerprints, DNA collected in 2015 shooting don't match to Gavin

Reports from DNA and fingerprint testing were a major focus for Steven E. Gavin's attorneys in court on Thursday.

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