Bob Craig, curator of the All Wars Museum at the Illinois Veterans Home, is proud to be able to display an ongoing series of portraits by Dan Waggoner, a Quincy resident and Vietnam veteran, whose paintings depict local military personnel who died in Vietnam, Korea and World War II.
The Western Illinois Fair will have a musical act for the first time in almost three decades. Country music star Joe Diffie will headline the fair's grandstand entertainment Friday, June 23.
Isaac Shaw wasn't nearly as bothered by the strong winds blowing toward the right-field corner as he was with having to talk about his pitching performance afterward. Yet, he handled both with composure.
ONE of the true harbingers of spring is not necessarily the first pitch of the baseball season at Busch Stadium or Wrigley Field. In the Quincy area it is the announcement that The Herald-Whig/First Bankers Trust Lookin' Good contest is again underway.
Sprawling nighttime food markets are popping up around the U.S. Atlanta just held its first night market in late April
Former "The Bachelor" star Chris Soules called 911 to report his rear-end crash that killed a fellow Iowa farmer
A diary kept by John F. Kennedy during his brief stint as a journalist after World War II has sold for more than $700,000 at auction