SENATE hearings over the nomination of Denver-based Appellate Judge Neil Gorsuch have concluded, and it appears likely he will replace the late Antonin Scalia and restore the Supreme Court to its full complement of nine justices. Despite Democratic opposi
Four incumbent officeholders are unopposed in their campaigns for re-election in Quincy Township and the city of Quincy. Each has served well and is endorsed for re-election April 4.
QUINCY residents face an important decision April 4 when they cast their ballots for mayor. They will choose between the incumbent, Kyle Moore, a Republican completing his first term in office, and Alderman Jeff VanCamp, his Independent challenger.
QUINCY Park District officials want public input on what to do with the site that has long been home to Wavering Aquatic Center. This is a chance to find the highest and best use of a resource that has enriched Quincyans' lives for decades. A citywide vot
JUST as there are lots of things that are debatable in life, rock 'n' roll has been known to pit even best friends against each other when it comes to arguing the fine points of the music that changed America in the middle of the last century. But the one
FIFTH-GRADE students at St. Dominic School and residents of the Illinois Veterans Home are benefiting from a buddy program that brings them together once a month. Joann Ellerman's class members are paired up with veterans who share their memories and wisd
LEGISLATION proposed in the Illinois General Assembly would allow people who are 18 years old, but not yet 21, to consume wine or beer in restaurants if they are accompanied by a parent or guardian. With due respect for parental rights, this is a bad idea
SPRING'S arrival today puts an official stamp on the start of a season known for mild temperatures, planting on farms and in gardens, a return to more outdoor activities and the occasional spring rain. National Weather Service forecasts for this week are
THERE was considerable consternation in some circles last week when the Justice Department asked 46 holdover U.S. attorneys to resign. However, U.S. attorneys serve at the president's pleasure. Many had already left or were making plans for their departur