QUINCY — Proposals will be sought a second time for a possible privatization of Art Keller Marina.
A Quincy man facing child pornography charges has pleaded not guilty.
The case of the Quincy woman charged in the crash that killed four people, including three children, in August 2020 has been continued one month.
Billed as a way to navigate health care with ease, the Blessing Resource Center opens to the public Wednesday. Officials with Blessing Health System and the Quincy Area chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday in the new facility in the former Sears Tire building, 420 N. 34th.
U.S. Rep. Darin LaHood believed President Joe Biden's administration's number one priority was to distribute COVID-19 vaccines to get the economy up and running. Instead, he says the $2 trillion stimulus plan disincentivized work.
Crews were expected to have the entire structure at 803 N. Sixth demolished Tuesday after it collapsed over the weekend.
Fire investigators are determining the cause of a fire that gutted a home Monday evening on Quincy's southwest side.
More than 14,000 people have stayed at the Quincy Hospitality House since it was founded in 1998, but limitations at the two-story facility at 1129 Oak require people to be turned away at times.
QUINCY — Accessibility, maintenance and security were a few of the items brought up by Art Keller Marina renters during a special meeting of t…