Since March 2014, 20 state-licensed skilled-care nursing homes in Illinois have closed for financial reasons, while many of those continuing to serve the state's neediest elderly populations face staffing shortages.
A 2020 trial date has been set in the Title IX lawsuit filed by a former Quincy University tennis player. Daniel Lozier's case against the school was set for Nov. 17, 2020, during a hearing last week.
John Wood Community College has been named one of the five safest campuses in America by the National Council for Home Safety and Security.
After Ron Powers' youngest son committed suicide in 2005, the Pulitzer Prize winner and prolific author swore that he would never write about the "hellish" pain that he and his family went through.
Citing a potential dip in hotel-motel tax collections, the Quincy Civic Center Authority approved a budget that's about $600 higher than the current fiscal year.
Adams County Farm Bureau Manager Shawn Valter sees some of the same trends in industries nationwide mirrored in agriculture.
Like many owners working on the demolition portion of an older building renovation project, Josh and Tieraney Craig expected to uncover some surprises during their project, such as exterior columns, but they were surprised to find a mural of the ocean.
Dan Brink, a Quincy Republican who served two terms on the Quincy City Council, was nominated to the Illinois Prisoner Review Board by Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Wednesday.