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Someone spilled chocolate milk between the couch cushions. Said person did not report the incident. I happened upon a crusty tacky spot on the side of a cushion and followed it with my hand.

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Paws and Prayers ministry keeps pets with owners
Quincy News

Paws and Prayers ministry keeps pets with owners

When Victoria Dry found out that many of the patrons at Salem Evangelical Church's Saturday meals were in jeopardy of losing their pets, she was compelled to help. The result was the Paws and Prayers Pet Food Ministry.

New QJHS grading practices target habits of success
Education

New QJHS grading practices target habits of success

New grading practices set to begin in the 2018-19 year at Quincy Junior High School will look beyond letter grades to a student's habits of success.

Business

McAlister's Deli seeks restaurant in Prairie Trail

QUINCY -- McAlister's Deli is seeking a restaurant in the Prairie Trail Shopping Center just east of Buffalo Wild Wings. A site plan filed with the city calls for a 3,300-square-foot building with seating for 100. Another 32 seats are planned in the patio

Illinois News

Pike and Scott Farm Bureaus merger approved

Members of the Pike and Scott County Farm Bureaus recently approved Articles of Merger to bring the two organizations together as one. The merger will take effect on Sept. 1.

LaHood touts lock and dam upgrades during visit to Illinois River lock
Illinois News

LaHood touts lock and dam upgrades during visit to Illinois River lock

Repairs worth $10 million at the LaGrange Lock and Dam on the Illinois River could set the stage for long-awaited river upgrades at Quincy and elsewhere in the region, U.S. Rep. Darin LaHood said Tuesday during a visit to the lock.

Quincy man receives probation in 2016 residential theft case
Police & Courts

Quincy man receives probation in 2016 residential theft case

A Quincy man was sentenced to probation Tuesday in connection with a 2016 residential burglary.

Trial delayed for Quincy man charged in March shooting
Police & Courts

Trial delayed for Quincy man charged in March shooting

The trial of a Quincy man charged in a March shooting at a Quincy apartment complex is being delayed.

Appellate court upholds Crider's conviction in 2015 shooting death of 12-year-old
Police & Courts

Appellate court upholds Crider's conviction in 2015 shooting death of 12-year-old

The conviction of an Arizona man in the 2015 shooting death of a 12-year-old has been upheld by an Illinois appellate court.

Judge orders Lovelace to sit for additional deposition in civil case against Quincy, Adams County
Lovelace Case

Judge orders Lovelace to sit for additional deposition in civil case against Quincy, Adams County

Curtis Lovelace has been ordered to sit for three more hours of questioning by attorneys representing the city of Quincy and Adams County in his ongoing civil rights lawsuit stemming from his arrest and murder trials in the death of his first wife.

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