Dairy Queen in Quincy Mall to close in June
Quincy News

Dairy Queen in Quincy Mall to close in June

The Dairy Queen in Quincy Mall will be closing its doors next month. A classified advertisement in The Herald-Whig's Sunday edition advertised an online-only auction for the business's equipment.

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Process outlined to replace Flinn Stadium lighting
Education

Process outlined to replace Flinn Stadium lighting

The Quincy School District is looking at an alternate process rather than the traditional design, bid and build method for replacing the lighting at Flinn Stadium.

Camp Point man pleads not guilty to child pornography charges
Police & Courts

Camp Point man pleads not guilty to child pornography charges

A Camp Point man has pleaded not guilty to multiple charges of child pornography. Court records show Logan M. Graham, 18, entered the plea Tuesday morning in Adams County Circuit Court.

Hearing set to hire expert for defense in 2015 beating death
Police & Courts

Hearing set to hire expert for defense in 2015 beating death

Attorneys representing a Quincy man charged in connection with the 2015 beating death of another Quincy man are asking the court to appoint a DNA expert in the case.

Minority jury selection reform not as realistic in Adams County
Illinois News

Minority jury selection reform not as realistic in Adams County

A push to promote inclusiveness in jury pools in some Illinois metropolitan hubs may not be as applicable in Adams County.

Education

Working cash loans make up shortfall in three QPS funds

The Quincy School District is short of cash in three key operating funds and wants to tap into its working cash to make up the shortfall.

Excavation begins at jail site to identify possible graves
Quincy News

Excavation begins at jail site to identify possible graves

Excavation work on the possible graves on the grounds of the Adams County Courthouse began Monday morning. The initial excavation is the second step in a process approved by the Adams County Board in January.

School district's bond rating downgraded
Education

School district's bond rating downgraded

The Quincy School District plans to move forward with selling another $20 million in bonds in June tied to its K-5 elementary school construction project.

Quincy treats trees against emerald ash borer
Quincy News

Quincy treats trees against emerald ash borer

Trees R Us Inc. has been hired by the city to inoculate 184 ash trees against the emerald ash borer. Chuck Bevelheimer, director of the Department of Planning and Development, said the treatments are part of a plan to prepare for an invasion of the insect

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Expo for seniors, people with disabilities set for Thursday

Seniors and people with disabilities along with caregivers will have the opportunity to learn about services programs Thursday.