Education

Dream Big campaign far exceeds $150,000 fundraising goal

The Dream Big Annual Campaign topped its $150,000 goal by raising a total of $212,750.

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Winter weather can provide problems beyond the snow drifts
Quincy News

Winter weather can provide problems beyond the snow drifts

Well, that wasn't so bad, was it? Outside of a relatively light snowfall and some brisk temperatures, the Quincy area survived the weekend with relative ease.

Quincy News

Quincy seeks to grow barge dock uses

Plans to grow the barge dock and possibly boost the MidAmerica Port project will be discussed during a meeting at 6 p.m. Jan. 29, at City Hall.

Plymouth residents arrested after home searched
Police & Courts

Plymouth residents arrested after home searched

Two Plymouth residents were arrested Friday on warrants out of Iowa. Keesha L. Tu, 29, was arrested on a warrant for escape, and Daphne K. Akers, 39, was arrested on a warrant for a probation violation.

Snowfall minimal, but extreme cold expected Sunday
Quincy News

Snowfall minimal, but extreme cold expected Sunday

The expected snow accumulation might not have hit projections Friday and Saturday causing a sigh of relief for some area residents, but dangerous cold, including wind chills below zero, are expected Sunday.

Manchester Tank grows factory, reaches out for workers
Quincy News

Manchester Tank grows factory, reaches out for workers

Manchester Tank General Manager Corrie Eifert said the factory on Quincy's north side is constantly trying to fill job openings.

Illinois News

If sky clears up, lunar eclipse visible Sunday

Instead of clouds and snow, area residents have a chance to catch a lunar eclipse Sunday night. That is if the clouds clear up.

Health officials ask public to be mindful of flu
Health

Health officials ask public to be mindful of flu

Area hospitals have not issued any visitor restrictions regarding the flu this year, but officials are asking the public to keep symptoms of the flu in mind.

Quincy News

Quincy asks residents to not park on snow emergency routes

The city of Quincy is asking residents to avoid parking on snow emergency routes through 6 p.m. Saturday to allow crews from Central Services to clear snow off all streets.

Quincy News

Pritzker orders review of training efforts, emerging industries

Workforce training and emerging industries will be reviewed by an Illinois agency after Gov. J.B. Pritzker issued an executive order this week. The Democrat visited Southwestern Illinois Community College in Belleville on Wednesday.

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