Law enforcement trying multiple methods to curb opioid overdoses

Three opioid overdose deaths in rapid succession in 2015 showed a gap in tracking in the city of Quincy. Until part way through 2015, the Quincy Police Department didn't track the number of opioid overdose calls it responded to. It does now.

Patience is searching for landscaper brings out patio potential
Lookin' Good

Patience is searching for landscaper brings out patio potential

QUINCY -- It took Pixy and John Jones five years to find a landscaping company that could design a corner of their home under their deck as they wanted it, but Pixy says they're happy with who they found and what the company did. "We didn't know what to d

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Health

HEALTH NOTEBOOK: Salvation Army fan distribution helps those in need

The Salvation Army is distributing electric fans to those in need. It is an annual practice during summer months when excessive can be a problem for many. The fans will be distributed in both Quincy and Hannibal.

Illinois News

Adams Electric donates almost $10k through Penny Power program

Adams Electric Cooperative recently awarded almost $10,000 in grants through its Penny Power program. Twenty-four area organizations received $9,955 from the program.

State, federal governments push for overdose prevention
People Are Dying

State, federal governments push for overdose prevention

Both state and federal governments have sought solutions over the last year to try and alleviate the opioid epidemic through a variety of plans and programs.

Area musicians celebrate restored 1929 organ
Hannibal News

Area musicians celebrate restored 1929 organ

When notes on a nearly 90-year-old instrument stop playing, you've got to get creative when performing the music. That's been the situation for the past seven or more years at Trinity Episcopal Church in Hannibal.

Father's Day car show returns, brings back memories
Quincy News

Father's Day car show returns, brings back memories

Attending the annual Mississippi Valley Historic Auto Club Father's Day car show means more to Dennis Koch of Quincy than just another show. His father, Jack Koch, was a charter member of the club and used to attend the show himself.

QND grad to speak in Constitution Hall
Education

QND grad to speak in Constitution Hall

Sophia Marcolla's quest for college scholarships has taken her to the nation's capitol to accept an award and thank the givers.

LIFE STORIES: Quincy quadruplets taking different paths after high school
Life Stories

LIFE STORIES: Quincy quadruplets taking different paths after high school

As their four sons grew up, Anne and Clint Gibleon tried to hide the fact that they are quadruplets as much as they could, hoping to offer the boys a life as normal as possible under the unique circumstances.

Police & Courts

Center man seriously hurt in three-wheeler crash

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports that one person has suffered injuries in a single-vehicle crash Saturday in Ralls County.

Quincy man arrested after disturbance involving knife
Police & Courts

Quincy man arrested after disturbance involving knife

Quincy Police dispatched at 2:24 p.m. to 1709 Sycamore found a 39-year-old man with a puncture wound to the upper shoulder/chest area and a laceration to the forehead.