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QU POLIS canceled for rest of spring semester

Posted: Mar. 24, 2020 12:01 am

QUINCY -- Quincy University POLIS announced Monday that is has canceled its courses for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The university had preciously canceled classes through April 3 and an April 15 bus trip to St. Louis.

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New water connections to cause service interruption on Quincy's north side

Connecting new water services on Quincy's far north side will cause a water service interruption for customers starting Monday, June 1.

Small retailers welcome back customers
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Small retailers welcome back customers

Decals were spread on the floor of Domestics, Etc., 119 N. Sixth, as a reminder to customers to maintain social distance while shopping.

Education

QPS summer school 'just different' this year

Hundreds of Quincy Public Schools students will be back in class — but not in school — starting next week. Summer school begins Monday for K-5 and Quincy Junior High School students and Monday, June 8 for Quincy High School students.

Pandemic latest major event in Quincy couple's lives
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Pandemic latest major event in Quincy couple's lives

Admittedly, Madeline Hendricks has witnessed and been a part of quite a few major events in her life. And so has her husband, Dale. "But nothing has really compared to this pandemic," she said.

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Quincy University to reopen campus Monday

Quincy University announced that its campus will reopen for normal business hours on Monday, June 1.

Business

Local jobless rates spike from COVID-19 fallout

Unemployment soared to 12% in Adams County and nearly 13% in Quincy staying below the Illinois unemployment rate but lagging behind Northeast Missouri counties as unemployment has soared nationwide as part of the fallout from the coronavirus.

'It's going to be a different normal'
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'It's going to be a different normal'

The regulars came by for lunch on Friday at the Tangerine Bowl, and for the first time in weeks, they got to stay to eat — not inside the building, but in a tent pitched in the parking lot.

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