High-speed internet expanding into rural areas
Illinois News

High-speed internet expanding into rural areas

When smart devices go online at St. Clement School the download speeds slow to a crawl. "It's never fast enough," said principal Laurie Schuckenbrock. "If there are just one or two of us using our smart boards, it's not too bad."

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Police & Courts

Camp Point man injured in crash on Gardner Expressway

A Camp Point man was injured, and a Quincy man was ticketed in a Friday morning crash at the intersection of Gardner Expressway and R.J. Peters Drive.

Quincy man who struck woman with gun gets 5-year sentence
Police & Courts

Quincy man who struck woman with gun gets 5-year sentence

A Quincy man who struck a woman with a loaded firearm last Christmas Eve has been sentenced to five years in the Illinois Department of Corrections.

Local Government

Two incumbents won't seek re-election on Quincy Park Board

At least two new people will join the Quincy Park Board after the April 2, 2019 elections. Both Commissioners Kelly Stupasky and Sara Reuschel said they have no plans at this time to seek re-election.

Quincy News

JWCC enrollment increase an exception, rather than norm among Illinois community colleges

John Wood Community College is one of just six two-year schools in the state to show an increase in fall enrollment since a year ago.

Former day care worker indicted on child porn charges
Police & Courts

Former day care worker indicted on child porn charges

A former day care worker has been indicted by an Adams County grand jury on three counts of child pornography.

Quincy woman pleads guilty to role in 2017 McDonald's robbery
Police & Courts

Quincy woman pleads guilty to role in 2017 McDonald's robbery

The woman who reportedly drove to a location near a Quincy McDonald's to drop off a man who robbed the restaurant entered a guilty plea Friday afternoon.

Police & Courts

Quincy police warn of phone scam targeting seniors

A suspected phone scam is apparently targeting area senior citizens.

Newly formed association helps initiate project to save Quincy Bay
Quincy News

Newly formed association helps initiate project to save Quincy Bay

A project designed to restore Quincy Bay is in its formative stages. "The bay is (filling with silt), and if nothing is done, it will eventually go away ... and turn into marshland," said Rob Ebbing of the newly formed Quincy Bay Area Restoration and Enha

Illinois News

Community Foundation closes 20th anniversary with county endowment fund growth, opportunity

QUINCY -- The Community Foundation Serving West Central Illinois and Northeast Missouri celebrated 21 years of giving, growing and granting Thursday night at its annual Friends of Philanthropy event.

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