Police & Courts

Man seriously injured in Quincy shooting

A 44-year-old man was seriously injured in a Tuesday night shooting in the 1000 block of Maine.

YMCA helping meet child care demand
Quincy News

YMCA helping meet child care demand

The YMCA of West Central Illinois will help answer a critical need in the community by resuming child care this week in Quincy for school-age children.

Quincy News

QU POLIS canceled for rest of spring semester

Quincy University POLIS announced Monday that is has canceled its courses for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Health

Mask donations sought for health care, first responders

Donations of personal protection equipment are being sought to help support health care workers and first responders during the novel cornavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Quincy News

Community Foundation creates emergency response fund

The Community Foundation Serving West Central Illinois and Northeast Missouri announced Monday that it created a COVID-19 Nonprofit Emergency Response Fund to direct resources to regional community-based organizations.

Illinois News

Illinois preparing for increased hospital demand due to COVID-19

Gov. J.B. Pritzker said Tuesday the state is stockpiling medical supplies and working to expand its hospital capacity, even by converting some closed hotels into isolation facilities, as it braces for a sharp increase in demand.

Former day care worker pleads guilty to child porn charges
Police & Courts

Former day care worker pleads guilty to child porn charges

A former day care worker from faces up to 18 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections after he pleaded guilty to multiple child pornography charges.

New owners of Hotel Elkton include a familiar face
Quincy News

New owners of Hotel Elkton include a familiar face

A landmark downtown building for sale and a heart looking for healing came together Friday. Quincy native Ryan Jude Tanner and his husband, Jay Krottinger, closed their purchase of the Elkton Hotel.

Area schools finding ways to keep students connected — and learning
Education

Area schools finding ways to keep students connected — and learning

Joy Zanger found out last week that her Unity Middle School writing students like some weird food combinations.
Like sugar and macaroni. Or ranch and pancakes.

Blood donors needed as drives canceled nationwide
Quincy News

Blood donors needed as drives canceled nationwide

The need continues, but donations are dropping nationwide. Blood drives nationwide have been canceled, but locally the American Red Cross has been able to find alternative sites so far.

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