Warren has no plans to slow down
Religion

Warren has no plans to slow down

The Rev. E.L. Warren turned 65 last week, but assures there are no retirement plans. At least on the immediate horizon.

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8 new COVID-19 cases reported in Adams County

Eight new cases of COVID-19 were reported Sunday in Adams County.

Police & Courts

Investigation continues into fatal ATV crash east of Liberty

The investigation continues into a fatal all-terrain vehicle crash east of Liberty.

Quincy News

Living Room to offer safe, comfortable environment for those in mental health crisis

The Living Room, a new mental health service at Horizons Social Services, 224 S. Eighth, will open its doors on Monday.

COVID changes to school schedule has students taking on jobs
Education

COVID changes to school schedule has students taking on jobs

Western High School sophomore Natalie Harris already has a good start on her college savings thanks to a regular babysitting job.

Health

Drive-thru flu clinic planned at Quincy Senior Center

Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing and Health Sciences is hosting a drive-thru flu shot clinic from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6, at the Quincy Senior and Family Resource Center, 639 York.

Health

18 new COVID-19 cases reported in Adams County

Eighteen new COVID-19 cases were reported Saturday in Adams County.

Wiewel's ongoing effort to help food pantries also a journey in faith
Quincy News

Wiewel's ongoing effort to help food pantries also a journey in faith

Mark Wiewel knows his own personal "Bike for Food Pantries" ministry will end some day, but that time remains somewhere down the road. Literally. Wiewell, 63, has helped raise more than $750,000 for local food pantries since 2006.

Officials believe COVID-19 case counts starting to dip following surge
Health

Officials believe COVID-19 case counts starting to dip following surge

The Adams County Health Department reported Friday that COVID-19 case counts are creeping down following a brief surge of cases over the past two weeks.

Health

Lewis County reports eight new COVID-19 cases, possible exposure incident

Eight additional cases of COVID-19 were reported Friday in Lewis County, and its health department warned of a possible exposure at a Canton bar and restaurant.

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