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Emergency food, shelter funds available in Adams, Brown, Hancock and Pike

QUINCY -- Adams, Brown, Hancock and Pike counties have been awarded an estimated combined $35,000 in federal funds from the Department of Homeland Security/Federal Emergency Management Agency under the Emergency Food and Shelter Program.

Memorial Hospital Auxiliary disbands
Illinois News

Memorial Hospital Auxiliary disbands

CARTHAGE, Ill. -- The Memorial Hospital Auxiliary may have disbanded, but it's made a lasting impression on the hospital and community.
"It is the end of an era," Auxiliary President Helen Walker said.
The auxiliary made the decision to disband in May 201

Quincy couple creates a 'unique' home
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Quincy couple creates a 'unique' home

QUINCY -- When Randy and Geri Miller purchased their home on a quiet cul-de-sac near Quincy High School, the couple knew they would be making changes to the home's appearance in hopes of making their home stand out. "This is clearly a cookie-cutter neighb

Homeward Bound Waggin opens adoption center in Quincy Mall
Quincy News

Homeward Bound Waggin opens adoption center in Quincy Mall

Kelsey Myers spent some time rocking the baby to sleep, and the yet-unnamed puppy luxuriated in all the attention. Comfy chairs for rocking puppies to sleep are just one feature of the new Homeward Bound Waggin Adoption Center, which opened Saturday.

16 1/2 years in prison for man in April sex assault
Police & Courts

16 1/2 years in prison for man in April sex assault

A Payson man was sentenced to 16 1/2 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections Friday after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl in April.

Quincy News

Borling continues to boost service over self

John Borling has no plans to sit back and relax any time soon, if ever. Although he is retired from the U.S. Air Force with a rank of major general, Borling remains quite active in numerous causes.

Quincy man honored for giving 'Gift of Hope'
Quincy News

Quincy man honored for giving 'Gift of Hope'

South Park has been a fixture in the life of Tara Krueger since she played there as a child. Flash forward several years later when she and her late husband,

Police & Courts

QPD release Fourth of July enforcement statistics

The Quincy Police Department issued 28 seat belt citations during the recent Fourth of July "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" and "Click It or Ticket" safety campaigns.

Former nursing home chaplain indicted on sex abuse charges
Police & Courts

Former nursing home chaplain indicted on sex abuse charges

A former chaplain of a Quincy nursing home accused of sexually abusing two residents this year and two girls more than 15 years ago has been indicted on multiple sex abuse charges.

City, County seek summary judgment in Lovelace lawsuit
Lovelace Case

City, County seek summary judgment in Lovelace lawsuit

Both the city of Quincy and Adams have filed for summary judgments in the federal civil rights lawsuit filed by Curtis Lovelace and his family.

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