Wells' Eagle Scout project will benefit animals at Homeward Bound Waggin'
Quincy News

Wells' Eagle Scout project will benefit animals at Homeward Bound Waggin'

For Wil Wells, his Eagle Scout project will always be remembered as a labor of love.

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Sen. Tracy appointed to state's new Property Tax Relief Task Force
Quincy News

Sen. Tracy appointed to state's new Property Tax Relief Task Force

State Sen. Jil Tracy (R-Quincy) has been appointed to serve on the state's new Property Tax Relief Tax Force charged with finding ways to provide tax relief to home and business owners.

From Scribbler to Author: Retired Quincy physician releases new book of poetry, short stories
Quincy News

From Scribbler to Author: Retired Quincy physician releases new book of poetry, short stories

Even as a child, Zakiah Sayeed Ali was always a scribbler. "As a young girl, I would write on these little scraps of paper," Sayeed Ali said.

New Adams County Jail expected to open early next year
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New Adams County Jail expected to open early next year

Completion of the new Adams County Jail is delayed four to six weeks, but Sid Wilson isn't concerned about the delay as work continues to move forward.

Local woman says QPD officer went above and beyond call of duty to help her
Quincy News

Local woman says QPD officer went above and beyond call of duty to help her

QUINCY -- Life in Quincy on June 29, 2019, was rather mundane for many people. Yet, for Doyne Liverett, it is a day she says she will not soon forget. The day started just like any other for Liverett, a retired counselor, who specialized in working with s

Cornhole tournament generates funds for Quincy Bay restoration project
Quincy News

Cornhole tournament generates funds for Quincy Bay restoration project

"Battle of the Bags" cornhole tournament raises money to support Quincy Bay restoration effort.

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Quincy Transportation town hall slated for Tuesday

QUINCY -- Officials with the city of Quincy and consultants from the Lochmueller Group will be seeking the public's input on transportation issues and the Quincy Regional Transportation Plan during a 90-minute town hall on Tuesday. The meeting will be hel

St. Dominic students work with nonprofit to help veterans
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St. Dominic students work with nonprofit to help veterans

QUINCY -- St. Dominic eighth-grader Ethan Rose brought more than just papers and pencils to class last year.
He and the rest of the school also brought in plastic caps -- from water bottles, milk jugs, toothpaste tubes and other items -- to recycle into benc

Quincy's 'Lincoln Tree' may become the focus of new historical exhibit
Quincy News

Quincy's 'Lincoln Tree' may become the focus of new historical exhibit

A giant black oak tree that fell in July 13, 2015, wind storm will be the focus of a new historical exhibit in Quincy.

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Agencies report spike in respiratory illlnesses at Illinois Veterans Home

The Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs and the Illinois Department of Public Health are investigating nine confirmed communicable respiratory illnesses and three possible illnesses among residents of the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy.

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