Steve Eighinger has been a general assignment reporter and columnist at The Herald-Whig since 1998, covering a wide range of topics from dirt-track racing to religion to reality television. He's also the newspaper's unofficial food critic and an avid fan of "The" Ohio State University, the Big Ten Conference (except Michigan) and the Cleveland Indians. Before moving to Quincy, Steve was a sports writer, editor and columnist in Ohio. He worked at the News Journal in Mansfield, Ohio, and Times-Gazette in Ashland, Ohio, for more than 20 years. Steve is a diehard fantasy athlete and has been in the same fantasy baseball league(s) since 1984. He also loves sports research and is always working on some sort of high school, college, racing or pro baseball/football project from the comfort of his mancave at home. Steve also is a member of two softball halls of fame.
Nicole Bateman finds herself in the position of being a key player in the immediate -- and far-reaching -- economic future of Decatur. Bateman, 34, a Payson native who calls Quincy home, is the new executive director of the Midwest Inland Port.
Twenty years ago, I did not have a cellphone or a smart phone or whatever it is called this week. Ten years ago, I had one of my first cellphones, but it was one of those old "flip" phones and I only had it with me if going out of town ...
Quincy Medical Group is accenting early detection as a key to prevent or aid communication disorders.
It's time for the second of our four quarterly installments, the spring-time version of "Lunch with Steve."
QUINCY -- Gordy Gundaker is getting quite used to this home-away-from-home thing. Gundaker, a St. Charles, Mo., resident who graduated two years ago from Quincy University, won his second straight late model feature Sunday night at Quincy Raceways. It migh
A year ago at this time I wrote a column about the popularity of vanity license plates in Quincy. I also noted Illinois had more overall vanity plates than any other state, according to the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators.
Monsignor Michael "Father Mike" Kuse will soon be retiring, ending a journey that has covered a half-century and has seen him serve as pastor of Blessed Sacrament Parish in Quincy - formerly St. Mary's - since 1995.
John Wood Community College's Smart Start program has seen the number of concurrent enrollment credit hours delivered to high school students within the college's nine-county district nearly double in the last five years.