Jury selection expected to last two days in Gavin retrial
Police & Courts

Jury selection expected to last two days in Gavin retrial

Jury selection is expected to take two days in the second trial of the Quincy charged in the shooting death of another Quincy man.

Halloween snow gives early test to area drivers
Missouri News

Halloween snow gives early test to area drivers

Winter weather played a Halloween trick on Quincy and the surrounding area as a mix of rain and snow fell overnight Wednesday, complicating the morning commute into Quincy for some motorists.

2x4s for Hope to build third tiny house in Quincy
Quincy News

2x4s for Hope to build third tiny house in Quincy

The latest chapter in the ongoing 2x4s for Hope outreach housing ministry that assists local veterans will see a third "tiny house" built in Quincy the weekend of Nov. 9-10.

Illinois News

Documentary detailing Dixon, Ill., official's theft of $53.7M to be screened in Quincy

A documentary, "All the Queen's Horses," which details the rise and fall of Rita Crundwell, the former controller and treasurer of Dixon, Ill., who authorities say was the mastermind behind the largest municipal embezzlement scheme in U.S. history

Education

John Wood sees slight enrollment increase

QUINCY -- John Wood Community College is one of a handful of schools in the Illinois Community College System to show an increase in enrollment over last year. Overall, enrollment is down 4.2 percent in the state's 48 community colleges. John Wood's fall h

Quincy Fire Department considers adding ambulance to fire station
Quincy News

Quincy Fire Department considers adding ambulance to fire station

In July, the Illinois Fire Chiefs Association released a 198-page report known as Functional Consolidation Feasibility Study. The study focused on many aspects of fire and ambulance service in Quincy and in Adams County.

Salvation Army receives enough donated peanut butter to make 16,300 sandwiches
Quincy News

Salvation Army receives enough donated peanut butter to make 16,300 sandwiches

A Quincy-area food bank received a hefty donation of 1,000 pounds of Skippy-brand peanut butter from Hy-Vee and Hormel Foods on Tuesday.

Quincy News

Halloween safety stressed by emergency responders

Emergency responders want people to have fun on Halloween, but they are reminding residents to make sure they are safe in doing so.

Police & Courts

Quincy teen dies after vehicle drives into Sangamon County golf course pond

A Quincy teenage girl died Sunday after the car she was driving reportedly drove into a pond at a Sherman golf course.

Two arrested on drug charges in Pike County
Police & Courts

Two arrested on drug charges in Pike County

Two people were arrested on drug charges after a traffic stop in Pike County.

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