QUINCY -- Police got a report of a suspicious individual in a black car approaching a child on Monday evening. Sgt. Nathan Elbus said the encounter was reported near the 600 block of Monroe. Police were called by the mother of the child who was approached
QUINCY -- Nobody knows whether it was the hot weather in May or a surge of shoppers heading to Bergner's and Sears stores for the start of their close-out sales, but sales tax and home rule sales tax figures were up that month. Collection figures were acce
QUINCY -- When Chad Rodgers first saw the figures earlier this year, he felt the findings were alarming. And like others, Rodgers knew something needed to be done. Months later, the People in ACTION movement is a reality. Rodgers, the director of operation
Jon Pawelkop, 60, of Tampa, Fla., was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease three years ago and discovered a year later Rock Steady Boxing. This year Pawelkop set a goal for himself to visit a Rock Steady Boxing facility in all 50 states.
QUINCY -- Anne McClain Sidrys a Quincy native has been named in the Crain's Chicago Business list of Chicago's Notable Women Lawyers. Sidrys, who has been a partner at Kirkland and Ellis law firm in Chicago for 20 years, said she felt honored to named on t
The second annual event surpassed expectations, with 220 veterans and their families preregistering. Not quite 200 veterans and their families attended the inaugural event. There were 70 volunteers – up from last year's 50 – present, and more than 40 side
Beth Calabotta's final request to her close friend Carrie Company was to keep the swim challenge going in her absence.