It's an idea that has been floated before in Quincy, though the City Council let it die in 2018. Yes, we are talking about a food and beverage tax.
STARTING Oct. 24, QUINCY will host the Tri-State Development Summit, drawing together leaders from across the tri-state region to network, identify issues facing the region and determine strategies to best address those issues.
You can't put a value on the importance of Arts Quincy and related groups' work in the city. From programs that educate students to those that enrich the lives of local veterans and more, Arts Quincy touches the lives of nearly every resident and is worth
Ill. 57 in Adams County greatly needs to be improved to help business and aid safety, and we hope Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker and his administration repond to that need.