J.T. Dozier, the chairman of Project Red Ribbon for the Quinsippi Chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving, kicked off this year's project, now in its 27th year, Monday along with Mayor Kyle Moore and Police Chief Rob Copley at City Hall.
A developer whose plans for a Smoothie King near 21st and Broadway was rejected by the Quincy City Council in October scolded aldermen for the second time in month Monday.
An early Monday traffic stop near Quincy and the search of a home led to the arrest of two men after officers found what is believed to be methamphetamine.
Bo Paxton learned a valuable lesson in completing his Eagle Scout project. "If you want a great project, just surround yourself with great people," he said. Paxton, a scout from Troop 136 of Faith Presbyterian Church, raised money to buy a new 16-foot-by-16-foot shelter for the Clarence "Candy" Greenman Tennis Center in Reservoir Park.
The start of construction of the next segment of the Bill Klingner Trail between 18th and 24th streets will be delayed.
As an American history teacher for more than 20 years, Quincy native Brian Deters has studied Abraham Lincoln and looked up to Lincoln's morals and beliefs throughout his career in education.
After burning through her paid time off following the birth of her fifth child, money was tight for Marty Gonzalez and her family.
A requirement that all judicial circuits in the state of Illinois establish a veterans treatment court will be covered through another problem-solving court.
Motor vehicle thefts in Quincy are on track to meet the five-year average of 38, though officials say they numbers fluctuate frequently. The department has received reports of 34 motor vehicle thefts this year.