Quincy Junior High School teacher Natalie Cornwell has another incentive to continue her workouts -- the Fit to Teach program spearheaded by Superintendent Roy Webb.
Quincy University students took a break from studying for upcoming finals by attending the university's sixth annual Cram Jam.
What looks like just a group of sixth-grade boys sitting around a table at Quincy Junior High School actually is far more important. They're men in the making – and what they learn now, along with how they act, can help them move into the future confident and capable.
JWCC is hosting an information session about its truck driver training program at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 11, at the Workforce Development Center, 4220 Koch's Lane. The college's next class starts Jan. 16.
Quincy University unveiled its new broadcast center to the general public Monday afternoon. Without question, it was an impressive sight for all who were on hand. "This is a game changer," said Nora Baldner, a QU assistant professor of communication.
When his 11 grandchildren were younger, Dwain "Doc" Preston would write each one a personal book as a present. Years later, he estimates there are around 150 books he has written accumulated in four households around the country.
The initial report tied to Quincy Public Schools' 10-year health life safety survey lists 250 items with a price tag of $14 million to $17 million. Work to prioritize the project list begins in December by a subcommittee of the Building and Grounds Commit
The Hamilton School District's focus on the future could jeopardize a significant piece of its past. One option in a study on updating facilities includes the demolition of the high school's Safford Auditorium, which come people oppose.