When I first moved to Quincy many moons ago, the first thing I realized was how easy it was to find things in this city. The streets are numbered from the river to almost Liberty going west to east. And the north-south streets are named after presidents, states or trees. Pretty simple.
If you have lived any length of time in the Land of Lincoln you are well aware of how bad the financial situation is for the State of Illinois. The state is way behind in its payments and its infrastructure is deteriorating. So how do you correct this problem?
Three distinguished community leaders will be honored at the Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Meeting and Business Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Wednesday, January 20, at 11:30 a.m. at the Oakley Lindsay Center.
The construction work for the Salvation Army's new Family Store is just about complete and now the process of stocking the store with goods is underway. With that process comes a need for volunteers to assist them in doing so. So the plea for volunteers has gone out.
Here we sit twenty miles apart as the crow flies and no public transportation between Hannibal and Quincy. A town of 40 thousand has no connection to a town of 20 thousand people unless you drive yourself. Why not?
Quincy University received a $500,000 grant from an anonymous foundation on April 1 in support of the ongoing Quincy University Stadium renovation project announced in December. To date, the grant represents the single largest contribution to the stadium plan...
If you are looking for employment at Blessing Hospital, then mark your calendar for Thursday, April 30. That's the day that Blessing Health System will be holding their Connect with Blessing Career Fair in the Blessing Hospital Auditorium.
I walked into the Quincy Mall yesterday and made my way down to the west end of the Mall heading towards the J.C. Penney store. The closer I got to the entrance, reality started to set in that one of the iconic stores in Quincy will soon be no more.
Take a look at all of your paper cash. Notice one thing in common? Every bill has the face of a man on it. There are no women. This prompted a young woman to spring into action to change this omission.