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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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.

Your Turn/Katie Cernea
Your Turn

Your Turn/Katie Cernea

Katie Cernea, 34, is wife to Zeke, mom to fur-baby Moses, co-owner of Gem City Gymnastics and Tumbling, a certified substitute teacher, traveler and social media director for Destination Travel Specialists and board member at Quanada.

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.

Police & Courts

Quincy man killed in Scotland County crash

A Quincy, Ill., man was killed in a crash Friday afternoon in Scotland 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.

QND tops fund drive goal
Education

QND tops fund drive goal

Quincy Notre Dame Foundation Executive Director Kurt Stuckman continues to be inspired by the community's generosity and willingness to step up in times of need.

Teen Reach expands to serve remote learners in new location
Education

Teen Reach expands to serve remote learners in new location

Denman fourth-grader Justin Castleman's favorite subjects are physical education, social studies, science and writing.

Quincy News

Utilities Committee recommends borrowing up to $12M for sewer, water projects

Two ordinances authorizing the borrowing of a combined $12 million for sewer and water projects in Quincy were recommended by the city's utilities committee on Thursday.

Police & Courts

Investigation continues into robbery at jewelry store

QUINCY -- The investigation continues into a Wednesday night burglary at the Zales jewelry store in the Quincy Mall, 3321 Broadway.

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