Park Board questions riverfront agreement
Local Government

Park Board questions riverfront agreement

Questions remain on a proposed intergovernmental agreement between the Quincy Park District, Adams County and the city of Quincy to develop a riverfront master plan.

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Quincy man accused of stealing from employer
Police & Courts

Quincy man accused of stealing from employer

An employee of a local business was arrested after the Adams County Sheriff's Department said he stole more than $100,000. Joseph P. Scoggins, 29, of Quincy, was arrested Wednesday on a charge of theft over $100,000.

Rockport residents arrested on drug charges
Police & Courts

Rockport residents arrested on drug charges

Two Pike County residents were arrested Wednesday after a search warrant was served on a property in rural Rockport.

Veterans Home campus redevelopment RFP released
Quincy News

Veterans Home campus redevelopment RFP released

The state of Illinois has released the request for proposals for the $230 million redevelopment of the Illinosi Veterans Home.

Gavin retrial pushed back to January
Police & Courts

Gavin retrial pushed back to January

The jury trial of a Quincy man charged in the 2015 shooting death of another Quincy man was continued Tuesday, which was supposed to be the first day of jury selection.

Three people arrested in burglaries, vehicle thefts
Police & Courts

Three people arrested in burglaries, vehicle thefts

Three people have been arrested in burglaries and vehicle thefts in Pike and Brown counties.

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Workshops target small business owners, job seekers

Two upcoming workshops in Pittsfield will help aspiring and current small business owners and those seeking to find work.

Trees for Tomorrow to plant trees at Illinois Veterans Home
Quincy News

Trees for Tomorrow to plant trees at Illinois Veterans Home

Inspired by iconic images of the blooming cherry and crabapple trees along the National Mall in Washington, D.C., a local tree advocacy group is hoping a tree planting ceremony on Monday afternoon at the Illinois Veterans Home will serve as a starting point for its effort to replicate the colorful scene.

Parade honors area veterans
Quincy News

Parade honors area veterans

Scott Thoele laughed at the mild temperatures Saturday as he thought of the 2018 Quincy Area Veterans Day Parade. "It was worse last year," Thole said. "It was really cold last year. This is not terrible."

Holidazzle Winter Market expected to draw large crowds to Quincy Mall for multi-day shopping event
Quincy News

Holidazzle Winter Market expected to draw large crowds to Quincy Mall for multi-day shopping event

Joyce Little drove from Danville, Ill., to be a vendor in this year's edition of the Quincy Christmas Pickers Market, which has been themed by organizers as "Holidazzle Winter Market." Little, who sells gourmet food mixes as well as home decor,

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