A worker at the Hickory Grove Supportive Living in Carthage has tested positive for COVID-19. T
A climb in COVID-19 hospitalizations at Blessing Hospital is concerning to officials, but they believe they are ready if more people require hospitalizations.
Family and friends honored him during the Terry Anastas Ultimate Ride to support the Friends of the Trails. The annual bike ride was renamed in honor of the Quincy attorney who died last month.
A Quincy man faces between six and 15 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections after pleading guilty this week in connection with a shooting earlier this year outside Liberty.
A Quincy man was arrested on a charge of DUI after he reportedly passed law enforcement assisting with a crash and did not slow down.
The Adams County Health Department announced an additional seven confirmed cases of COVID-19 Friday. The county has seen 148 confirmed cases of COVID-19 since March, with more than 100 announced in the last month.
Enplanements at Quincy Regional Airport are slowly on the upswing after bottoming out in April when just 72 people flew from the airport.
Not even the humid 91-degree temperature could dampen the enthusiasm of the Thursday evening gathering at St. Peter Catholic Cemetery. A turnout of about 150 was on hand to celebrate the 123rd anniversary of the death of the Rev. Augustine Tolton.
The Quincy Neighborhood Federation wants to make sure kids are ready for the start of school again this year.