The Adams County Circuit Court will open for more in-person court appearances and return to a full-time schedule starting Monday, June 1.
The future of a controversial proposed strip mall is uncertain following an 8-2 vote by the Quincy Plan Commission to deny the property developer's request for a one-year extension on a special permit that would have allowed for the construction
The Oakley-Lindsay Center has furloughed the majoirty of its full-time staff as it continues to be shuttered because of ongoing COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, and there are no signs when operations could resume at the civic center.
A decision on the future of Lenane Park on Quincy's northwest side is set for July. The Quincy Park Board on Wednesday reviewed a timeline on the steps it must take to ask voters if it can sell the approximately 5-acre in the Nov. 3 election.
The Adams County Board agreed that modifications need to be made to Gov. J.B. Pritzker's "Restore Illinois" plan.
The $33 million infrastructure program heralded by city leaders as the largest public works improvement program undertaken by the city in generations has continued to move forward.
Capitol City Rentals LLC, a developer who hoped to build a dental clinic on three vacant lots on Broadway, has scrapped those plans, according to staff members of the Quincy Planning and Development Department.
After Monday night's vote to approve the city's budget for the upcoming fiscal year, city leaders will be planning to meet in July to re-examine the budget and the city's efforts of coping with revenue shortfalls caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.