Pension funds for Quincy police and firefighters had good returns last year.
City Comptroller Sheri Ray sent a report to aldermen showing that the police fund investments returned 8.6 percent and the fire fund earned a 10.61 percent return last fiscal yea
The best way to face life knowing a lung transplant is looming in your future is to stay in the moment. Betsy Powell backs that advice with first-hand experience.
Tri-State residents had the opportunity this weekend to sample and purchase various wines at the 12th annual Great River Grape Escape held Saturday and Sunday along Quincy's riverfront.
Requests for a Smoothie King near 21st and Broadway and a night club permit downtown could pit developers against neighbors during a busy Plan Commission meeting this week.
The Friends of Unit 4 held its largest annual event, the Fall Festival, Saturday at the Adams County Fairgrounds. The free-admission event began at 1 p.m. and continued into the night, wrapping up at 11 p.m. after a performance by Brushville.
QUINCY -- Illinois saw modest employment gains in the past year that didn't keep pace with national job growth. Jeff Mays, director of the Illinois Department of Employment Security, wishes he had a better monthly report than the one released by the agency
A judge in Adams County ruled Friday that a petition to declare a Quincy man as sexually dangerous was not timely filed.
The fountain in Clat Adams Bicentennial Park along the Mississippi River, which can be seen in countless prom and wedding photos, is ailing. Plans are in the works to replace the fountain next year at an estimated cost of $260,000. Funding would come from