LaHood not convinced the president deserves to be impeached
Quincy News

LaHood not convinced the president deserves to be impeached

U.S. Rep. Darin LaHood (R-18) says he hasn't seen enough "facts and evidence" to convince him that President Donald Trump deserves to be impeached.

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Oktoberfest returns to Quincy on Saturday
Quincy News

Oktoberfest returns to Quincy on Saturday

Each year the Rotary Club of Quincy has hosted Oktoberfest at the Dick Brothers Brewery Complex, it changes. Now in its seventh year, Visitors to Saturday's Oktoberfest will see more changes.

Quincy News

YMCA's annual campaign goal: $140,000

Boosters of the Quincy Family YMCA hope to raise $140,000 as part of this year's annual campaign, which officially started Thursday, Oct. 10.

Quincy Humane Society seeking 'fur-ever' homes for 100 cats, dogs
Quincy News

Quincy Humane Society seeking 'fur-ever' homes for 100 cats, dogs

Many lovable felines and canines like Finn, a 9-month old Labrador mix, hope to go to their new "fur-ever" homes this weekend as part of the Quincy Humane Society's participation in a nationwide pet adoption program.

Wisconsin man arrested after reportedly fleeing from traffic stop
Police & Courts

Wisconsin man arrested after reportedly fleeing from traffic stop

A Wisconsin man was arrested Wednesday after he reportedly fled after an attempted traffic stop. Brandon J. Disrud, 32, of New Lisbon, Wis., was arrested on a charge of fleeing to elude.

Durbin highlights need for Quincy Bay restoration
Quincy News

Durbin highlights need for Quincy Bay restoration

Pointing to the local suppor and organization developing plans for a $20 million restoration of the Quincy Bay, U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin said it is vital to restore one of the largest natural bays of the upper Mississippi River.

Quincy News

Tyrpins running for a cause

For Mark Tyrpin, running in Sunday's Chicago Marathon is more of a privilege than a task. The same holds true for his daughter, Elise. The two Quincy-based Tyrpins will be running for a second straight year in Chicago as a part of Team One Step.

Local Government

Quincy Park District to consider fee hikes

The Quincy Park District might increase fees for several programs as the Illinois minimum wage starts to climb.

Durbin discusses EMS act during stop in Nauvoo
Illinois News

Durbin discusses EMS act during stop in Nauvoo

Illinois U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Springfield, was in Nauvoo on Wednesday to meet with local first responders to discuss the implementation of Supporting and Improving Rural EMS Needs Act, which is also known as the SIREN Act.

Principals ponder big questions at training session
Education

Principals ponder big questions at training session

With pen in hand, Tammy Hermes adds to her answer to a question facing every elementary and secondary school principal.
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