Quincy News

School sculptures to be featured on upcoming 'Illinois Stories' episode

The installation of sculptures in the Celebration of Education Sculpture Series will be featured on an upcoming episode of the "Illinois Stories" TV show.

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Police & Courts

QPD revamps response because of rise in COVID-19 cases

The Quincy Police Department said it is adjusting its response to calls for service as COVID-19 cases increase.

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Driver strikes sign, sustains minor injuries

TAYLOR, Mo. -- A 30-year-old Canton man sustained minor injuries Sunday when the 2005 Jeep Liberty he was driving struck a sign. The incident occurred at 6 a.m., when Steven J. Pruessner ran off the left side of the road on U,.S. 24, about one mile east of

Police & Courts

Schedule change standardizes weather siren testing in Lewis County

All Lewis County sever weather sirens will now be tested at 11 a.m. on the second Monday of the month weather permitting, starting this month.

Quincy News

Portion of North 10th closed for water service repair

North 10th Street between Vermont and Hampshire will remain closed to through traffic until Saturday for water service repair in the area.

Quincy News

Log cabin project featured on 'Illinois Stories'

Rebuilding the Fraser Log Cabin in the Log Cabin Village on Quinsippi Island will be featured on an episode of "Illinois Stories" that will air starting Thursday.

Quincy News

Noon Kiwanis award grants to organization supporting children

The Quincy Noon Kiwanis distributed about $17,000 to 40 organizations that support children in Quincy and Adams County.

Police & Courts

QPD warn of fireworks usage

The Quincy Police Department is reminding residents that they could be issued a citations and fined for use of fireworks within city limits.

Quincy News

City announces Fourth of July closings, bus schedule

In recognition of the Fourth of July holiday, Quincy City Hall and the city's Central Services department will be closed Friday, July 3.

Local Briefs

Blessing Physician Services and Advance Physical Therapy providing free sports physicals

Blessing Physician Services and Advance Physical Therapy are teaming up to provide free sports physicals for students entering grades 5 through 12.