Education

Exhibition features Quincy's new K-5 schools

Quincy's three new K-5 elementary schools -- Iles, Lincoln-Douglas and Rooney -- are featured in a statewide exhibition.

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Education

Putting Quincy 'on the map'

QUINCY -- Putting Quincy "on the map"

Local Government

Riverfront project on hold for at least a year

Seeking voter approval to fund a proposed public boat dock and promenade along the Quincy riverfront will be on hold at least for one more year.

'carARTist' Hutson fondly remembers time in Quincy
Quincy News

'carARTist' Hutson fondly remembers time in Quincy

Sherry Hutson coined the term "carART" a few years ago and is now sharing it -- both the word and the concept -- with the rest of the world.

United Way loan executive's first year assisting campaign has been memorable
Quincy News

United Way loan executive's first year assisting campaign has been memorable

Nikki Buehler's first year of involvement with the United Way of Adams County fundraising campaign has been everything she imagined it would be. And more.

Local Government

Adams County Board approves budget that is 2.8 percent higher

The Adams County Board approved a budget Tuesday that is 2.8 percent higher than the current fiscal year.

Quincy News

Two solar farms being proposed just north of Quincy's city limits

A developer is seeking Quincy's approval to create two solar farms just north of the city limits.

Local Government

Park District to move forward on trail construction after lower bids received

Bids for construction on the next section of the Bill Klingner Trail between 18th and 24th streets came in $262,000 lower than previous bids, meaning work should start next spring.

Keller official misconduct case continued two weeks
Police & Courts

Keller official misconduct case continued two weeks

Former Adams County Coroner Jim Keller is expected to waive preliminary hearing and enter a not guilty plea in his official misconduct case.

Education

JWCC winter offerings can help fast track to degree

Now in its second year, John Wood Community College's "Winter Intersession" concept provides a convenience for those wishing to complete their studies through an accelerated time frame.