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Adams County offers wait time tool for early voting

A new tool has been released to allow those looking to vote early in Adams County to check wait times.

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Quincy News

Petitions for independent candidates in April election can be circulated

Independent candidates seeking city elected office in the April 6, 2021, consolidated general election can start circulating petitions Tuesday. Petitions can be picked up at the city clerk's office in City Hall, 730 Maine.

Business

Quincy Chamber to offer sexual harassment prevention training

The Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce will offer sexual harassment prevention training to help area employers comply with new state law.

Youth

Tracy Family Foundation awards 16 scholarships

The Tracy Family Foundation has awarded 2020-21 college scholarships to 16 2020 graduates of Brown County High School. The students are starting their first semester of college this fall.

Transportation

Fort Madison Bridge to close for inspection

The Fort Madison Bridge will close from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday.

Quincy News

Quincy residents reminded of upcoming citywide cleanup

The city of Quincy is reminding residents that the annual citywide cleanup set for Saturday, Sept. 26.

Quincy News

Portion of State Street to close for manhole replacement

State Street between South 15th and 17th streets, as well as South 16th between Kentucky and Ohio streets will be closed to through traffic starting Monday.

Quincy News

Health department plans drive-thru flu clinic Sept. 13

The Adams County Health Department will offer a drive-thru flu clinic for adults and children on Sunday, Sept. 13, at John Wood Community College.

Quincy News

Quincy road closings include one for work on Stone Arch Bridge

Two projects will require road closures in Quincy, including one that will last for more than two months.

Drug, syringe drop-off box available at QPD
Police & Courts

Drug, syringe drop-off box available at QPD

The Quincy Police Department announced Tuesday that it once again is accepting unwanted or unused prescription medication and syringes at its new station, 530 Broadway.