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.
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.
The Quincy Police Department has identified the person whose car was driven into the Mississippi River at the north end of Kesler Park at 3:43 p.m. Saturday.
A seemingly innocuous, 101-word letter written by a doctor and his assistant at the Boston Collaborative Drug Surveillance Program in 1980 was misinterpreted as evidence that long-term opiate use wouldn't cause addiction, and that led to an increase in prescriptions for the painkillers and eventually the opioid crisis, said Dr. Chris Solaro, Blessing Hospital Chief of Medicine.
Every day, the number of deaths related to opioid addiction continues to climb across the country, and this area is not immune. Heather McSmith lost a husband. April and Clay Baldwin lost their son. Mike McHargue found his dead son. Here are their stories.
The spirit of Abraham Lincoln came alive Saturday in Quincy's Washington Park during the third annual Lincoln in the District event.
It's been several weeks since vandals wreaked havoc at the old Stoutsville Cemetery in northeastern Monroe County.