Education

JWCC winter offerings can help fast track to degree

Now in its second year, John Wood Community College's "Winter Intersession" concept provides a convenience for those wishing to complete their studies through an accelerated time frame.

Police & Courts

Police: No arrests after Sunday standoff

No arrests were made after police spent nearly five hours at a reported standoff Sunday on Quincy's north side.

Quincy woman seeks new home for dollhouse collection
Quincy News

Quincy woman seeks new home for dollhouse collection

A Quincy woman is looking for a new home -- for her dollhouses.

Education

QAVTC exploring options to sell building trades home

The Quincy School District plans to work with a licensed real estate agent to sell a building trades class home and three vacant lots.

Tenvorde entertains with gangster, other historical information
Quincy News

Tenvorde entertains with gangster, other historical information

Rosemary Tenvorde proved equally entertaining and informative Sunday afternoon.

Schools celebrate veterans
Education

Schools celebrate veterans

Rooney kindergartner Kayleb McCoy already has a good reason to understand the importance of celebrating veterans and their service on Veteran's Day.

Police & Courts

Deer-related crash injures Quincy man

The crash happened at 48th and State in Quincy.

Shoppers hit Quincy holiday markets
Quincy News

Shoppers hit Quincy holiday markets

It's not necessarily a tradition for Melissa Attey to make her way to one of several holiday shows, but she made a point to attend the Quincy Craft and Christmas Market Saturday at the Oakley-Lindsay Center.

Memorial stones dedicated for World War I solider, mother
Quincy News

Memorial stones dedicated for World War I solider, mother

Edward Harrison Perkins and his mother Fannie Perkins were buried next to each other, but for more than 80 years nothing marked the Army private killed in action nor his "Gold Star mother."

Good News campaign kicks off 30th year
Quincy News

Good News campaign kicks off 30th year

As one of the organizers of the Good News of Christmas campaign, Mary Winters has helped deliver many items to some of the more than 1,500 families that have benefitted from it since 1989. One delivery will always stand out to her.