QUINCY -- Christ Lutheran Church will dedicate a sacred chapel and indoor columbarium Sunday and those involved say the dedication of volunteers made it all possible. "We started work on June 28 and we had the help of so many talented people," said Stu Bel
Dot Foods has donated almost $240,000 to the American Red Cross and Houston Food Bank to support the victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Feb. 7 in Quincy's Woodland Cemetery to dedicate a monument honoring William H. "Billy" Dallas, the city's first black police officer and the first African-American officer in Illinois to die in the line of duty.
A Macomb man was injured when he tried to cross Broadway in traffic at 2 p.m. Friday.
A Quincy man accused of striking a woman with a firearm last month has pleaded not guilty.
More than 150 Quincy Public Schools students learned about health and received free sports physicals Thursday morning at the second annual Medfest at the Quincy Family YMCA.
Missouri's Highway 54 Coalition crossed the river Thursday morning to hold its monthly meeting in Pike County, Ill. The coalition wants to have a shared four-lane highway developed on U.S. 54 from Mexico, Mo., to Louisiana, Mo.
The Hancock County Board drafted a letter Tuesday night opposing Illinois' new abortion law. Signed by Gov. Bruce Rauner in September, the new legislation permits state health insurance and Medicaid to cover abortions.
Donald Ray Lambert was more than a Marine who died from friendly fire in Vietnam, whose death the government described only as stemming from an argument. A 1989 book includes information about Lambert -- and a photo.
Bids to replace the fountain in Clat Adams Bicentennial Park were rejected as the costs exceed the project budget by more than $100,000.