Cavemen Doubleheader Cancelled
Tonight's scheduled doubleheader for the Hannibal Cavemen against Richmond has been cancelled due to continuing rain and wet field conditions. These games will not be made up as these were the only scheduled meetings between the two teams this season.
New Schools are Coming to Quincy, But What Will They be Named?
Now that the $89 million Quincy Public Schools bond referendum has passed by a 2-to-1 margin, the citizens of Quincy have a new decision to make: what do we name the five new elementary schools that will be built over the next five years?
Jared Keim and Restless Road Open For Demi Lovato
Jared Keim's rapid rise to fame in the music industry just took the Express Lane. Keim is a Palmyra, Missouri native and a member of the band Restless Road. The popular trio recently had the opportunity to open for Demi Lovato at concerts in Sioux Falls, SD, and Moline, IL. The opportunity for …
Tri-States’ Jared Keim and Band Restless Road Land Johnny Wright as Manager
A young band immense in talent frequently just needs experienced leaders to help guide them through the sometimes muddy waters of the music industry. The Tri-State area's Jared Keim and the other members of the band Restless Road have landed one of music's most experienced and successful m…
Longhorn the Comedian to Bring His Own Show to Quincy October 3
A Quincy comedy favorite is coming back to town, and he's bringing some comedy friends with him.
What Would You Do? Help a Publicly Intoxicated Person, or Let Them Go?
While at a local bar Saturday evening for a wonderful birthday celebration, a strange thing happened.
Dreaming of a Better City – What Would You Like to See Come to Quincy?
They say if you are going to dream, dream big. When it comes to Quincy, there are several things I’d love to see happen in this beautiful Gem City. Some are achievable, some are way out there, and some will never happen. But a guy can dream, can’t he? From restaurants…
Jared Keim Joins Restless Road From ‘The X Factor’ [Video]
Jared Keim’s hard work is paying off. The big winner, however, may end up being the up-and-coming band Restless Road.
Former Big Leaguer Pat Perry Brings Baseball Camp to Quincy
Pat Perry had an eight-year career as a left-handed pitcher in the big leagues in the 1980s -- a career cut short by rotator cuff surgery. He is bringing the Pat Perry 2014 Summer Baseball Camp to the Quincy YMCA on June 9 and 10, and he'll be bringing with him a wealth of knowledge that even h…