Cracked, chipped and uneven sidewalks may be a thing of the past in Quincy once a contractor hired by the city completes more than 154 sidewalk projects throughout the city as part of the multi-million package that includes dozens of street and
The Palmyra High School band might be sporting new uniforms in the future.
The Quincy Park District is signing onto an intergovernmental agreement to develop a riverfront master plan, but some commissioners are leery at any plan that includes a boat dock.
The Adams County Board voted 12-5 Tuesday to enter into an intergovernmental agreement with the Quincy City Council and the Quincy Park Board to develop a riverfront master plan for Quincy.
John Heidbreder, who served on the Adams County Board longer than anyone else in history, said so long to his fellow board members Tuesday night after 42 years of continuous public service.
Residents in Quincy may soon have to start paying for city sewer service more frequently if an ordinance before the city's governing body is approved at next week's Quincy City Council meeting.
Funding for what city officials have heralded as the largest public infrastructure project in more than two decades is falling into place after the city's utility committee chose a $10 million loan proposal from Mercantile Bank.
Less than a month after the Quincy City Council narrowly voted to implement a 1% food and beverage tax in the city, officials now say they need a third-party vendor's help in preparing the nearly 400 food and beverage establishments for the tax.
The implementation of Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore's 45x30 Plan took another significant step forward Monday evening when the ordinance authorizing the creation of an Economic Growth Fund was presented to the Quincy City Council.
All seven Adams County Board members up for reelection have filed petitions for an additional term.