Quincy's Aeronautics Committee has reversed course and recommended hiring SkyWest -- rather than Boutique Air -- as the city's next commuter airline starting Dec. 1.
Quincy Medical Group is offering three procedural options to breast cancer patients. Each of the options us relatively new to the region and designed to improve the cosmetic outcome associated with breast cancer.
Kaylyn Orpet-Hulett did not have to think twice about what her first duty as Adams County fair queen would be. "I'm gettin' a corn dog and a lemon shake-up!" she said. Orpet-Hulett was crowned the 53rd fair queen on an overcast -- and at times, soggy — Wednesday evening before a crowd of about 1,300.
Quincy School Board President Sayeed Ali intends to talk this week with leadership of the Quincy Federation of Teachers and Educational Support Personnel in hopes of moving forward with renewed contract talks.
The Quincy School Board and the Quincy Federation of Teachers and Educational Support Personnel plan to reopen negotiations quickly in the wake of a vote by union personnel to reject a proposed three-year contract.
A major construction and renovation project will force most Blessing Hospital patients and customers to use an alternative entrance for about four weeks. The hospital's main entrance at 11th and Spring will close from July 31 through Aug. 31.
The John Wood Community College Foundation's fundraising campaign to fund equipment, technology and furnishings for the college's Southeaast Education Center has raised $215,796, surpassing the $200,000 goal.
Farm and Home Supply can move forward with a warehouse addition after the Quincy Plan Commission on Tuesday approved a recommendation to rezone and divide the subdivision on which the addition will be built.