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Staying busy at home 'good for your mental health'

Judy Taylor doesn't have to look far to find signs of spring.
"I have daffodils blooming," the Quincy woman said. "Hope is in the air!"

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Essential services on 'heightened level of awareness'
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Essential services on 'heightened level of awareness'

Thurman Munger may have best captured what life has been like during the COVID-19 pandemic for those connected with the city's essential services. Munger, a Quincy Fire Department captain, says there is an overriding sense of urgency.

June trial set for Quincy man charged in May death
Police & Courts

June trial set for Quincy man charged in May death

A June jury trial has been set for the Quincy man accused in the 2019 strangulation death of another Quincy man.

Health

Blessing text service now available

Blessing Health System is partnering with CareSignal, a St. Louis-based digital health company, to provide up-to-date COVID-19 information to patients and the public.

Health

Blessing Foundation establishes fund to assist during COVID-19 pandemic

The Blessing Foundation announced that it is has established the Community Spirit Fund to assist the community and Blessing patients with urgent financial needs brought on by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

'There's no need for a panic,' food supplies remain solid
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'There's no need for a panic,' food supplies remain solid

The news remains positive concerning an uninterrupted food supply during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Council unanimously approves $500K COVID-19 relief package for small businesses

Applications for the city-sponsored small business microloan program, which will offer up $10,000 in funding for small businesses negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, are now live on the city's website.

Quincy man arrested in vehicle burglary
Police & Courts

Quincy man arrested in vehicle burglary

One arrest has been made as the Adams County Sheriff's Department continues to investigate reported vehicle burglaries.

Trucking companies deal with virus fallout
Business

Trucking companies deal with virus fallout

Roads around the nation have been eerily quiet as states have ordered citizens to stay at home as much as possible to curtail the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Quincy Noon Kiwanis anxious to resume duties

By nature, Brad Essington is an optimistic kind of guy. And these trying times have not changed that.

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