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.
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.
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.
Promising to be an advocate for the working men and women of Quincy, Brandon Koch, 32, filed paperwork with the Illinois Board of Elections on Monday to become a candidate for the 2021 municipal elections.
Amid an uptick in the number of COVID-19 cases in the county and on the advice of the Adams County Health Department, city officials said on Thursday that all city meetings will again include an option for officials to participate virtually.
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.
Chalk up another cancellation due the COVID-19 pandemic. The Grand Prix of Karting was officially postponed Thursday until June 2021.
The Adams County Sheriff's Department is asking for the public's help with information about an attempted armed robbery Wednesday night in the area of Ill. 57 and South 12th.
A lawsuit against Quincy Public Schools requirements for face masks and temperature checks has been dismissed.