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Firefighters battle fire at Quincy industrial building

Firefighters remained on scene for nearly six hours Wednesday at a fire in a Quincy industrial building.

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Street closings, recycling program top topics at Lunch with the Mayor
Quincy News

Street closings, recycling program top topics at Lunch with the Mayor

Under the shade trees in Washington Park, a dozen Quincy area residents quizzed Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore about his administration's stance on a variety of topics.

Setting students up for success
Education

Setting students up for success

Amilia Tournear rushed to finish her writing assignment, furiously writing down a final thought.

QU Fund nets over $1.1 million
Education

QU Fund nets over $1.1 million

Officials with Quincy University announced on Monday that donors to the local private college's annual fundraising initiative surpassed the fundraising goal of $1.1 million, completing the largest QU Fund in the past 10 years.

Bid for Vermont Streetscape Project less than expected
Quincy News

Bid for Vermont Streetscape Project less than expected

The bid received for the Vermont Streetscape Project was significantly less than what city officials expected, they said at the Central Services Committee meeting on Monday.

New attorney enters appearance in gun store burglaries case
Police & Courts

New attorney enters appearance in gun store burglaries case

A Quincy man charged with burglarizing a Quincy gun store multiple times has a new attorney.

Police & Courts

Arraignment continued in Pittsfield shooting case

The arraignment for a Pittsfield man accused of shooting a family member in April has been delayed a month. Chaz W. Carter's arraignment was continued to July 23 after Springfield attorney Mark Wykoff entered his appearance.

Quincy News

City's animal shelter contract awarded to Western Illinois Veterinary Clinic

Western Illinois Veterinary Clinic's $138,700 bid for Quincy's animal control contract was not the lowest bid submitted to the city, but it was deemed the best option by members of the Quincy City Council.

United Way makes difference behind the scenes at Cheerful Home
Quincy News

United Way makes difference behind the scenes at Cheerful Home

Many people probably don't recognize all that the United Way of Adams County does, said Jena Blacketer, the executive director of Cheerful Home. With 181 children receiving care at Cheerful Home, Blacketer said the United Way help is priceless.

Elder's Family Restaurant closed for building repairs
Quincy News

Elder's Family Restaurant closed for building repairs

Elder's Family Restaurant is closed due to problems with the building. Jerry Vogel, who has owned the business since 1982, said a support column and a wall within the restaurant showed signs that the two-story building is shifting.