Education

QPS working to roll out next phase of remote learning plan

Quincy Public Schools rolls out its next phase of remote learning for students on April 13, but Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Kim Dinkheller said one thing already is clear.

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Adams County Together Fund receives donation from Knapheide
Quincy News

Adams County Together Fund receives donation from Knapheide

A fund designed to assist the community recover from economic hardships created by the COVID-19 pandemic has received a jump start.

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Hy-Vee makes changes due to COVID-19 pandemic

Hy-Vee officials announced on Friday the installation of additional temporary window panels at checkouts to provide an additional layer of virus protection.

Police & Courts

Three-vehicle crash on Broadway injures two

A three-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon on Broadway just east of North 63rd injured two people.

Three arrested in connection with North Sixth disturbance
Police & Courts

Three arrested in connection with North Sixth disturbance

Two Quincy men and a woman face charges in connection with a Thursday night disturbance where three people were battered with metal poles and two were taken to the hospital.

Familiar with disasters, Scholz says most frustrating part this time around is being patient
Quincy News

Familiar with disasters, Scholz says most frustrating part this time around is being patient

Former Quincy Mayor Chuck Scholz is just like others across West-Central Illinois and Northeast Missouri. Much of Scholz's daily routine includes monitoring the latest news tied to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Quincy officials see bleak outlook for city finances
Quincy News

Quincy officials see bleak outlook for city finances

It will be months before officials with the city of Quincy are able to fully calculate what sort of impact the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has had on the city's coffers, but early projections are bleak.

Police & Courts

QPD asks residents to postpone garage sales

The Quincy Police Department is asking residents to postpone garage and estate sales for the immediate future. The department said the sales do not allow for social distancing that is sought as a way to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Cape Air's new planes arrive at Quincy Regional Airport with no fuss or fanfare
Transportation

Cape Air's new planes arrive at Quincy Regional Airport with no fuss or fanfare

There was no pomp or circumstance to Wednesday morning's flights at Quincy Regional Airport, as crews went about their work preparing the Tecnam P2012 Traveller aircraft for its inaugural departure from the regional airport.

Breakfast Kiwanis members continue to serve in time need
Quincy News

Breakfast Kiwanis members continue to serve in time need

Keith Harrison is proud of what the Quincy Breakfast Kiwanis Club is doing in this time of crisis surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. "It makes me feel good about the Quincy community," said Harrison, who is president of the social service organization.

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