Quincy News

Portion of Bonansinga Drive closed because of flooding

Bonansinga Drive between Cedar Street and Koch's Lane is closed to through traffic because of flooding of the Mississippi River.

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QFD kicks off Fire Prevention Week

Quincy Fire Department will kick off Fire Prevention Week with a special event on Sunday.

Quincy News

United Way event offering free flu vaccines for uninsured

United Way of Adams County is providing a free community health clinic Friday to make flu vaccines more accessible to the community. The event is being held in partnership with FamilyWize Community Service Partnership, Walgreens and the Department of Heal

Illinois News

Pike County Board spends $69k on new boilers

The Pike County Board purchased two new boilers for the Pike County Courthouse during its meeting Monday night.

Quincy News

Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation announces August enforcements

The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation announced Tuesday enforcement actions taken in August 2018.

Education

QHS Homecoming Parade set for Thursday night

QHS Homecoming Parade set for Thursday night.

Local Briefs

Band, raffles to raise money for American Legion

American Legion Post 37 will hold a fundraiser from 4 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, in the American Legion Pavilion at the Illinois Veterans Home.

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Abbey partnering with QU to raise funds

Quincy University Student Development will host QU Serves at the Abbey from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20.

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Quincy University's POLIS registration opens Wednesday

Registration for Quincy University's Pursuit in Learning in Society (POLIS) fall semester will be 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5, in the conference room near the lobby of the main entrance at Quincy University's North Campus.

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Carthage library sponsoring Masters' 'Spoon River Anthology' rendition

Illinois poet Edgar Lee Masters' "Spoon River Anthology" will be brought to life Tuesday, Sept. 11, at First Baptist Church, 601 Main St., in Carthage.