Chiropractor says of COVID-19: 'never thought it would happen to me'
Quincy News

Chiropractor says of COVID-19: 'never thought it would happen to me'

Admittedly, Dr. Kirk Gribler endured a relatively mild case of COVID-19. "I was fortunate not to have any serious complications, but it makes you think twice," Gribler said.

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Honoree Mast has always found satisfaction in volunteering efforts
Quincy News

Honoree Mast has always found satisfaction in volunteering efforts

Harold Mast has never sought the spotlight. "I didn't do it for the awards," he said. He's always done "it" because he felt it was the right thing to do. Always has, always will.

Health

Adams County reports 13 new COVID-19 cases

The Adams County Health Department reported Friday that 13 people have tested positive for the virus, bringing the county's total number of COVID-19 cases to 484.

Sentencing continued for Quincy man who pleaded guilty in 2019 shooting death
Police & Courts

Sentencing continued for Quincy man who pleaded guilty in 2019 shooting death

Sentencing has been delayed for a Quincy man who pleaded guilty in the 2019 shooting death of another Quincy man on the city's northwest side.

Two arrested in July shooting
Police & Courts

Two arrested in July shooting

Two Quincy men have been arrested in a shooting last month on Ill. 57 in rural Adams County.

Illinois News

Virus positivity rate up again; 13 counties in warning territory

The rolling seven-day positivity rate for COVID-19 tests in Illinois continues to tick upward, hitting 4.1% Friday — its highest mark since June 11.

Blessing introduces temperature kiosks
Health

Blessing introduces temperature kiosks

Visitors to a Blessing Health System facility should start noticing changes in how they are screened before they enter the facility. Blessing started installing temperature kiosks that can take a person's temperature without no contact.

Health

Adams County reports 17 new COVID-19 cases, exposure at Quincy restaurant

The Adams County Health Department announced 17 new COVID-19 cases and a public exposure Thursday at a Quincy restaurant.

Quincy News

Human Rights Commission forms subcommittee to propose changes to city code

In 1993, the American Civil Liberties Union and Human Rights Watch organization issued a joint 171-page report that chronicles how the United States has toppled long-established discrimination policies and practices since the 1980s.

Illinois News

State announces another 1,953 COVID-19 cases

The rolling, seven-day average positivity rate for COVID-19 tests in Illinois ticked back up to 4% Thursday as the state announced another 1,953 new confirmed cases of the virus.

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