QUINCY — Michelle Zech has joined Blessing Health System as chief human resources officer, beginning her duties April 1. Zech has 25 years of experience in healthcare management, the last 12 in human resources. She comes to Blessing from the position of vice president/human resources business partner for AdventHealth Mid-America Region, based in Kansas City, Kan. The […]
Gift of Hope is a national organization specializing in organ and tissue donation and works with Blessing Hospital and hundreds of other providers in portions of Illinois and Indiana.
HANNIBAL, Mo. — Hannibal Regional Medical Group recently added Cori Sheppard to its team at its Shelbina facility. Sheppard, who earned her nurse practitioner degree from Simmons University, has served in the medical field in a variety of roles for more than 10 years. In a press release, Sheppard said, “I had the pleasure of […]
QUINCY — Some have referred to the show as a cornucopia of culinary creations. Others simply label it the World Series of Food, an event that can pack a mouth-watering punch to the paunch while serving as a multi-dimensional pleasure for the palate.
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The nine-page lawsuit was filed this week in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois against Chicago-based Green Thumb Industries and Verano Holdings as well as Atlanta-headquartered Surterra Holdings (now Parallel) and Denver-based Akerna, which provides technology services to the cannabis industry.
Illinois Electric Cooperative, an Illinois-based electric service provider, has selected Ericsson through its strategic partnership with XtremeLTE to modernize networks in rural Pike County, Illinois. The project involves Fixed Wireless Access delivered through the Citizens Broadband Radio Service spectrum. The new partnership, part of the Federal Communications Commission’s Connect America Fund Phase II (CAF-II), will […]
Blessing leaders pointed out that even during 2021 — a time that was still being heavily affected by the pandemic — volunteers donated nearly 30,000 hours of service to Blessing Hospital, Illini Community Hospital in Pittsfield and Blessing Health Keokuk. Information supplied by Blessing Health System indicated the value of that contribution of time and talent exceeded $830,000, a figure based on multiplying the national estimated value of a volunteer hour ($28.54) by the number of hours donated by volunteers over the course of the year in question.At its pre-pandemic peak, the number of hours contributed was close to 70,000.
Blessing Health System, a nonprofit three-hospital chain based in Quincy, opposes neighboring Quincy Medical Group’s plan to build a “small format” nonprofit hospital 2 miles from Blessing’s Quincy hospital, which is a so-called “safety-net” facility serving many Medicare and Medicaid patients.
QUINCY — The new owners of the State Theater are ready for visitors to create new stories beginning this week. The Forward Quincy Cattywampus All-Stars, an offshoot of the Brooklyn-based musical group Food Will Win the War, will play a special performance Thursday night at the newly renovated theater at 434 S. Eighth. It will […]
HANNIBAL, Mo. — Don Patrick, president and chief executive officer of the not-for-profit North East Community Action Corporation, was presented March 24 with the Richard H. Stallings Lifetime Achievement Award by the National NeighborWorks Association of Washington, D.C. Patrick was recognized for more than 35 years of leadership in guiding NECAC’S expansion of programs and […]
QUINCY — Golden Bridges, Inc., will celebrate its ninth anniversary in business by hosting an entrepreneurial education seminar April 27-28 for area businesses. Day one will take place at the Quincy Public Library, where speaker Cyndi Thomason will incorporate elements of Profit First and time management for the entrepreneur. Day Two will include a visit […]
QUINCY — United Way of Adams County wants people and families who have yet to file their 2021 tax returns to know a no-cost option is still available through MyFreeTaxes.com, a free United Way service. The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, an annual United Way of Adams County service that processes people’s income tax returns […]
QMG Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. George Crickard with the Easter Bunny and Boo Boo the Band-Aid.
Bella Ease is moving to offices at 709 Broadway. As part of its long relationship with Teen Reach – one of Bella Ease’s programs – members of Blessing’s construction team have been helping get the roughly 5,000 square foot space for use. Construction specialists have donated more than 160 hours to the project to date.
Rebel Pig owner Doug Dry talks about his Palmyra, Mo. restaurant and how to make good barbecue.
QUINCY — Morgan Wert has been promoted to sales manager at UScellular’s Quincy store, 3119 Broadway Street. In this role, Wert is responsible for leading a team of wireless technology experts to help customers select devices, plans and consumer electronics. Wert has been with UScellular since 2015, most recently serving as a retail wireless consultant […]
At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and state-mandated shutdowns, businesses in the leisure and hospitality sector were among those hit the hardest. But now they are recovering and propelling most states’ economic recoveries. But less-so in Illinois. More than one-in-four of those jobs is still missing, giving Illinois’ leisure and hospitality jobs the nation’s […]
QUINCY — As the managing broker and owner of Bower & Associates Realtors, Inc., Carol Shaffer’s primary job is to help people buy and sell real estate. However, when the building once known as the Forum Show Palace and Winter’s West Wing, along with two other properties at 415-419 Hampshire, was available to buy, Shaffer […]
MOUNT STERLING, Ill. — Quincy Medical Group was the host of an open house and ribbon cutting Thursday at the QMG Mount Sterling Clinic, 216 Pittsfield Road. Visitors toured the clinic, heard about services and enjoyed refreshments from Hagel 1891, a local restaurant. The clinic opened to patients on Jan. 17. QMG has provided care […]
Liberty Bank has replaced its ATM in Camp Point that was damaged by would-be thieves and vandals last November.
Andrew Smith and Ray Weast talk about the new and improved R&R Golf and Smith’s purchase of the nearly 29 year old family business. Muddy River News Business Spotlight it sponsored by Cason, Huff and Schlueter Insurance.
The building at 831 N. 24th, most recently leased by the Illinois Department of Transportation and also previously used as an American Family Insurance agency by Mike Mahsman, is being converted into a drive-thru specialty drink shop.
QUINCY — Rick and Becky Gengenbacher came up with the idea to go into business with Rick’s parents, Dick and Mary Lou Gengenbacher, to sell shaved ice and help put their four daughters through Quincy’s private Catholic schools. Twenty years later, the proceeds from Gengenbacher’s Shaved Ice Shack also helped pay for college expenses and […]
QUINCY — In a first for the state of Illinois, Quincy Medical Group physicians performed on Dec. 7 the first cardiac catheterization in a freestanding ambulatory surgery center. The history-making procedure took place at the QMG Surgery Center. Cardiac catheterization, also known as cardiac cath, is performed to detect blockages in coronary arteries. Having the procedure […]
Titan International, Inc. has entered into a definitive agreement for the sale of its Australian wheel business, to OTR Tyres, a national tire, wheel and service provider. The closing date is expected to be March 31.
On Muddy River News This Week, we sit down with Paul Reitz, the CEO of Titan International, the parent company of Quincy’s Titan Wheel.
QUINCY — Morgan Rich of Klingner & Associates, P.C., has become a registered Engineer Intern with the Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation. Rich is an assistant transportation engineer with previous experience providing both design and construction inspection services. He holds a bachelor of science in civil engineering from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. […]
QUINCY — The Community Foundation Serving West Central Illinois & Northeast Missouri recently named Kent Embree to serve as program officer. He will lead the Community Foundation’s grant programs, leadership initiatives and nonprofit and community-based outreach. “Our Community Foundation does so much to help the people and missions of nonprofit organizations in our region,” Embree said […]
MOUNT STERLING, Ill. — Quincy Medical Group is the host of an open house and ribbon cutting for its Mount Sterling Clinic, at 216 Pittsfield Road, from 4-6 p.m. March 31. Community members are invited to tour the facility and meet the QMG team. A ribbon cutting will take place at 4:30 p.m. Light refreshments […]
Illinois’ cannabis dispensaries are noticing a steady drop in sales after record-setting sales in December. High prices and a lack of supply likely push customers to street dealers.
QUINCY — John Wood Community College Business and Industry Training is offering a series of three classes that focus on characteristics of effective leaders, ethics, service, and both leadership and communication skills — with a special emphasis on listening and engaging with others effectively. Become the Leader Others Want to Follow focuses on the practical aspects […]
QUINCY — UScellular recently promoted Chloe Gay to store manager at its Quincy store at 3119 Broadway. In this role, Gay is responsible for leading her team of wireless technology experts to help customers select the devices, plans and consumer electronics to best meet their needs. Gay, a Quincy resident, has been with UScellular for four years, most […]
Culver-Stockton College has named Leslie Payne as its new Vice President for Economic and Workforce Development and she will also be serving as the executive director of the newly formed Tri-State Development Authority.
QUINCY — The Historic Quincy Business District is coordinating with several local small businesses for a “Fri-Yay! Shop Hop” event from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday. The event is similar to other retail promotions coordinated by the organization. It provides customers an opportunity to win a spring prize package by registering at each participating small […]
QUINCY — Dr. Umut Gomceli, who specializes in non-invasive cardiology, has joined Blessing Health System and is seeing patients at the Blessing Health Center, 927 Broadway. Gomceli holds certifications from the American Board of Internal Medicine, National Board of Echocardiography, American Board of Nuclear Cardiology and the American Board of Internal Medicine Cardiovascular Disease. He […]
Looking for a way to transfer real estate at death without probate? Illinois recently expanded the ways to do so. Illinois adopted the Transfer on Death Instrument Act several years ago. The law allowed owners of residential property to sign and record a transfer on death instrument (TODI), but it only worked for residential property. […]
QUINCY — The Quincy School Board has an item on Wednesday’s agenda to “consider/approve contingency contract to purchase real estate at 1600 N. 43rd.” That property is where K&L Arena is located, a multipurpose sports facility owned by Greg and Deb Shierling. Mays LLC Realtors is handling the sale of the property. The 5.32-acre property […]
Turner expects to market the sale of the 3.0678-acre lot in April. A 2.5-acre parcel is zoned C2, but another 0.5-acre parcel is zoned C1B. An ordinance amending the city map to zone the entire property C2 will get a third and final reading during Monday’s City Council meeting.
QUINCY — After 11 years in the music business, Rodney and Sheryl Hart have decided to sell Second String Music on the first floor of the Dodd Building on the corner of Fifth and Maine. The Harts announced their decision last month with the hope of finding new ownership by the end of the year. […]
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Klingner & Associates of Quincy, Ill., recently earned a national recognition award for exemplary engineering achievement in the American Council of Engineering Companies’ 55th annual Engineering Excellence Awards for the Bill Klingner Trail extensions project in Quincy. Imagined by engineer William “Bill” H. Klingner, the conceptual trail initially was presented in 1946 as […]
Quincy Auto Supply sells parts for wholesale and retail. Co-Owner Lance Getz talks about building the business and going up against the big chains as an independent shop.
MOUNT STERLING, Ill. — An open house and grand opening for the Wausau Homes site will be held from 4-6 p.m. Wednesday at the new Design Studio, 106 Damon Road. The Design Studio which showcases a wide variety of products available to build and customize their home. Enjoy food and refreshments while also entering for […]
The Town Center will serve as host to the Adams County Speedway preseason race show, allowing fans to get up close and personal with between 35 to 40 of the late models, modifieds, sport mods, street stocks and four-cylinder cars that will call the track at 8000 Broadway their spring-time and summer home.
BARRY, Ill. — Julie Plattner recently was hired by Great Rivers Bank to be a vice president/loan officer in the Hannibal, Mo., and Pittsfield markets. Plattner has a bachelor’s degree in finance from Illinois State University. She has more than 27 years of banking experience with human resources, funds management, compliance, lending and loan administration. […]
QUINCY — Quincy Brewing Company teamed up with St. John’s Parish in August to brew an easy drinking cream ale named “Red Door.” Proceeds of $2,000 were recently donated to My Brothas My Sistas Keepers, which mentors and trains youth while encouraging them to become leaders themselves and give back to our community. To find […]
QUINCY — A commercial interior design company, Miles Design Co., recently started business in Quincy. Miles Design Co., owned by Morgan Miles, is a full-service interior design firm serving the Quincy community and surrounding area. It specializes in a variety of commercial projects. Its mission is to create highly functional and aesthetically engaging spaces while […]
QUINCY — Cullan Duke of Klingner & Associates, P.C., recently earned his professional landscape architect license from the Kentucky Board of Landscape Architects. Duke, the firm’s site development department manager, has 29 years of experience designing for parks, educational facilities and industrial clients. He is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects and […]
Sarah Stegeman of Sturhahn Jewelers talks about her family being in the jewelry business for more than 100 years and small business service in today’s climate.
QUINCY — Quincy Medical Group now offers VivAer, a minimally-invasive FDA-cleared technology that provides lasting relief from chronic nasal airway obstruction. Dr. Paul Conrad and Dr. Abraham Sheffield, ear, nose and throat physicians at QMG, offer this new treatment option for patients. Nasal airway obstruction is a common but often undiagnosed condition. More than 20 […]
HANNIBAL, Mo. — Great Rivers Bank, which serves three communities in Illinois, recently opened its newest branch at 668 Broadway in Hannibal. Great Rivers Bank is headquartered in Barry, Ill., and is a state-chartered full-service community bank with locations in Barry, Pittsfield and Liberty. “Hannibal is an ideal market for Great Rivers Bank,” bank president […]
At noon today, the first customers were flying through the drive-through as Sonic Drive-In returned to Quincy after more than a decade absence.
GREDF’s director of workforce development talks about today’s hiring issues, how employers are working to keep employees and the efforts to bring in workers.
The recent Port Infrastructure investments made to the Corn Belt Ports include $13.1 million for the Mid-America Port Commission of Quincy.
CANTON, Mo. — Culver-Stockton College’s Jay Hoffman has been named a National Athletic Trainers’ Association Athletic Trainer Service Award recipient. The NATA Athletic Trainer Service Award acknowledges NATA members for their contributions to their profession as volunteers. Hoffman has volunteered at the local and state levels and has been involved in professional associations, community organizations, […]
Gov. JB Pritzker’s plan for pausing a scheduled automatic increase in the state’s motor fuel tax is facing opposition from several quarters, including engineering companies that design road and bridge projects.
MACOMB, Ill. — Twenty Western High School students competed in several different business-related testing categories against 10 other schools in a Future Business Leaders of America Western Area Conference at Western Illinois University. Twelve Western students placed first or second in their category, and another seven students placed in the top ten for their competitive […]
he Executive Director of the Quincy Park District gets us ready for spring by talking about what the organization is gearing up for in the coming year.
The Quincy City Council approved an agreement Tuesday night that will help kickstart activity at the site where Kmart was once the city’s top big box retailer.
MOUNT STERLING, Ill. — Action Brown County has spearheaded many efforts in previous years to support existing Brown County businesses, including its BC Bucks Program, business marketing support and uptown Mount Sterling events that highlight local businesses. ABC now is using a grant from the Tracy Family Foundation to launch Brown County’s first business start-up […]
QUINCY — Days after receiving a $1,252,041 grant from the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity to help expand local broadband access, Adams Telephone Cooperative in Golden informed customers it was declining a DCEO grant of more than $4.9 million. Each grant was to help broadband access to unserved homes and businesses in Adams […]
TIMEWELL, Ill. — Jensen Woods Camp has been selected by local Hy-Vee store leadership as the benefiting non-profit in the Hy-Vee reusable bag program for March. Hy-Vee’s reusable bag program allows shoppers to give back to the community and the environment as part of the regular shopping routine. Every $2.50 reusable Red “My Heart” Bag […]
The man who is leading the charge to re-open Quincy’s local dirt track as Quincy Raceways becomes Adams County Speedway talks to MRN Publisher J. Robert Gough
Nikki Hoyt talks about fitness, wellness and running a business in today’s world.
HANNIBAL, Mo. — Hannibal Regional Medical Group is pleased to announce the addition of vascular surgeon Dr. Emad Zakhary to its team. Zahkary is board certified by the American Board of Surgery in vascular and general surgery and by the American Board of Endovascular Medicine. He has a doctorate in surgery from Cairo University and […]
The Workforce Development Center (WDC) expansion project is assisted with a federal grant that was awarded to JWCC in June 2021. It’s a $6.1 million project with 50 percent federal grant funding and a 50 percent local match from the college.
QUINCY — Kohl’s is adding 400 Sephora locations in its stores this year, and one is coming to Quincy. The American department store retail chain announced Tuesday the list of locations that will add Sephoras across the U.S. this year. The Quincy store at 6100 Broadway is on that list. Barron’s reported the stores will […]
CARBONDALE, Ill. — Regional architecture, engineering, surveying and geotechnical firm Klingner & Associates, PC, recently opened a Carbondale office. This location will provide and oversee a variety of engineering, architectural and surveying services to existing and new clients in southern Illinois, southeastern Missouri and western Kentucky. More than 185 communities in the past 10 years […]
Dear Muddy River News: Can I get Fritos to go with my taco dip and chili for my Super Bowl party? I’ve heard there’s a national shortage. If you’re headed to the grocery store this weekend, the short answer is yes. You should have plenty of Fritos available in Quincy to snack on during Sunday’s […]
QUINCY — Alan Balzer of Klingner & Associates, P.C., recently earned his professional engineer license from the Missouri Division of Professional Registration. Balzer is based in the firm’s Quincy office. He has seven years of experience providing special inspections and structural design for multi-story industrial and manufacturing facilities, port authorities, and water treatment facilities. His […]
QUINCY — The Historic Quincy Business District, also known as The District, is coordinating with several local small businesses for a “Shop Local Saturday” event on Feb. 12 to coincide with shopping for Valentine’s Day. The event aims to be a smaller-scale version of the annual Small Business Saturday observed across the country on the […]
Karen and Andy Sprague from Kinderhook Lodge talk about the Pike County business and hosting hunters, weddings and business retreats.
QUINCY — The Community Foundation Serving West Central Illinois & Northeast Missouri recently elected Lance Grady as its new board chair and welcomed Douglas Palmer and Julie Shepard to its Board of Directors at its annual meeting. Palmer is the president of Culver-Stockton College. “I am excited to join with a group of community-minded and […]
ADI/Timewell Drainage Products will be honored as the Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce Agribusiness of the Year and Bryan Schullian will be honored as the Larry Fischer Ag Educator of the Year at the First Bankers Trust Ag Banquet on March 8, 6 pm at Town and Country Inn & Suites.
PITTSFIELD, Ill. — Illini Community Hospital will relocate and expand its walk-in clinic as part of a $1.6 million project. Illini Xpress Walk-In Clinic will move from 101 E. Washington to a new facility to be built on the hospital campus. The facility will include two drive-through bays similar to those at the Blessing Express […]
QUINCY — Sandra Shore, director at Quincy Regional Airport in Quincy, told members of the city’s aeronautics committee at its Wednesday morning meeting she is leaving to become the director at the St. Louis Downtown Airport in Cahokia Heights starting Feb. 28. Shore, 29, has directed the airport in Quincy since 2018. “That’s going to […]
CARTHAGE, Ill. — Memorial Medical Clinic, 630 Locust in Carthage, now offers dry needling by Katie Ruebush. Dry Needling is used to decrease pain, increase range of motion and improve muscle function. Ruebush was trained in dry needling through “Evidence In Motion” for Level I and Level II Functional Dry Needling, which consisted of 54 […]
QUINCY — The City of Quincy is suspending its municipal electric aggregation program for 12 months when the current supply contract ends with electric meter readings in March. Residential and small business (defined as those using fewer than 15,000 kilowatthours annually) participants in the city’s program will begin receiving their electric supply from Ameren in […]
SPRINGFIELD – Gov. JB Pritzker will propose a roughly $1 billion package of tax relief measures aimed at mitigating the impact of inflation on Illinois consumers when he gives his budget address Wednesday.
HANNIBAL, Mo. — Hannibal Regional Medical Group recently added urologist Dr. Viacheslav Iremashvili to its team. Iremashvili completed medical school at Russian State Medical University and earned his doctorate in medicine from the Moscow Institute of Urology. He completed a residency in urology at Jackson Memorial Hospital, University of Miami. After his residency, he went […]
QUINCY — Ophthalmologist Dr. Senem Salar-Gomceli has joined Blessing Health System. Certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology, Salar-Gomceli completed a fellowship in pediatric ophthalmology and adult strabismus (crossed eyes) at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She completed an internship in general surgery at Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center, in affiliation with Montefiore Albert Einstein […]
BOWLING GREEN, Mo. — Spectrum recently announced the launch of Spectrum Internet, mobile, TV and voice services to more than 320 homes and small businesses in areas east of Bowling Green. Spectrum’s newly constructed fiber-optic network buildout in Pike County is part of the company’s approximately $5 billion investment in unserved rural communities, which includes […]
Niemann, Jr., president and CEO of Quincy’s Niemann Foods, sits down to discuss the evolution of the supermarket and how the company has diversified over the decades.
QUINCY — A real estate development firm in Edwardsville has bought the former ShopKo property at 3200 Broadway for $1.8 million. Documents filed in the Adams County Recorder of Deeds office show the sale was finalized Dec. 16. RLP Development Company, Inc., in Edwardsville was listed as the buyer. Jaime Eads, a project manager with […]
The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity awarded a $1,252,041 grant to Adams Telephone Cooperative in Camp Point that will help expand broadband access to about 200 unserved homes and businesses in Adams and Pike counties.
SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Department of Employment Security announced that the unemployment rate fell 0.4 of a percentage point to 5.3 percent, while nonfarm payrolls increased by 22,800 in December, based on preliminary data provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and released by IDES. The preliminary report for November monthly payrolls was revised from 19,500 […]
Quincy Recycle President Bryan Stokes talks about the growth of his company and business philosophy.
MOUNT STERLING, Ill. – Quincy Medical Group started welcoming patients into its new facility, the QMG Mount Sterling Clinic, on Monday. QMG has provided care for Brown County and the surrounding region since 1996. Dr. Jennifer Schroeder said she hopes the clinic’s new home at 216 Pittsfield Road will further enhance care for local patients. […]
CARTHAGE, Ill. — Memorial Hospital recently expanded the rehabilitative services offered to inpatients by staffing a full-time physical and occupational therapy team. Physical therapist Tonya Dooley, occupational therapist Chevie Lay, physical therapist assistant Rachael Woodside and certified occupational therapy assistant Mary Lou Sadler have joined the team to provide therapy services at Memorial Hospital. This […]
QUINCY — Dr. Arshad Muzaffar, board certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon, now is seeing patients at the Blessing Health Center, 4800 Maine. The son of a surgeon, and a track and cross country athlete in college, Muzaffar thought he would be an orthopedic surgeon as a way to combine his interests in sports and surgery. […]
QUINCY — Quincy Mayor Mike Troup says the ShopKo property at 3200 Broadway has been sold, and negotiations are nearly complete for a big box retailer willing to spend $20 million to renovate and occupy the former Kmart building at 3701 Broadway. The City Council voted in late November to subdivide the ShopKo lot into […]
This course is designed for construction workers, foremen, job supervisors and anyone involved in the construction industry. OSHA recommends the 10-Hour Construction Industry training program as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1926. Workers must receive additional training, when required by OSHA standards, on the specific hazards of the job. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry completion card. The course will be taught by an OSHA Outreach Authorized Trainer.
Nominations due January 26 The Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for the 2022 Agribusiness of the Year and Larry Fischer Ag Educator of the Year. Since 2000, the Chamber has given an Agribusiness of the Year Award to emphasize the importance of the agriculture industry on the stability of our local economy. […]
Monthly sales totals for all of 2021 published Monday by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation showed nearly $1.4 billion sold. That’s more than double the $669 million sold in 2020.
QUINCY — Brian Canfield recently joined Blessing Health System as chief operating officer. He joins Blessing after nine years as the chief operating officer at Firsthealth of The Carolinas and Moore Regional Hospital in Pinehurst, N.C., where he was responsible for three acute care hospitals with 509 beds, a critical access hospital and a staff […]
The Illinois Department of Transportation has announced the results of a new study showing that Illinois airports contribute $95.5 billion and more than 490,000 jobs to the state’s economy, reinforcing the importance of aviation on the state’s multimodal transportation system to promote mobility, supply chain movement, job creation and local quality of life.
We talk with Russ Gengenbacher of Landmark Solar about alternative energy and the incentives someone can utilize if they decide they want solar in their home or business.
Farm & Home Supply has announced the company has acquired three Big R Stores located in Lincoln, Springfield, and Taylorville, Illinois.
The Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce will induct two new members into the Business Hall of Fame on Wednesday, January 19 at 11:30 a.m. at the Oakley Lindsey Center.