QUINCY — The John Wood Community College Board of Trustees will be the host of an open forum for community members to provide input on characteristics needed in the search of the college’s next president. Pauly Group, Inc., of Springfield has been contracted by the board of trustees to facilitate the search for the person […]
QUINCY — The U.S. Attorney General has brought a civil action against Quincy attorney Don Schuering, asking for $961,000 in unpaid taxes from 2009-18. The complaint also calls for federal tax liens to be enforced against property — a residence and an office — Schuering owns. Schuering would be forced to file income tax returns […]
QUINCY — Quincy Notre Dame High School graduated its second class of 83 students on May 15. The commencement address was given by John Spring, former mayor of Quincy and past executive director of the QND Foundation. Ray Heilmann, former Quincy Notre Dame principal, gave the invocation. Msgr. Leo Enlow, pastor of The Church of […]
HANNIBAL, Mo. — The Hannibal City Council will vote on the appointment of Lt. Jacob Nacke as chief of the Hannibal Police Department at its June 7 meeting. Chief Lyndell Davis retired May 6 after serving with the Hannibal Police Department for more than 30 years. Lt. Mike Routh has been the acting chief of […]
Terry Traeder talks about the work underway for June’s Quincy Grand Prix of Karting and the resurgence of the sport.
Quincy Public Library foundation will host Libations for the Library: Dueling Bartender Fundraising Event starting at 6:30 P.M. on Saturday, May 21 at the State Street Theater.
QUINCY — An assistant coach on Quincy Notre Dame’s girls basketball state championship team was arrested Thursday and is lodged in the Adams County Jail on a charge of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. The Quincy Police Department began an investigation involving a possible inappropriate relationship between a coach/trainer and a 16-year-old Quincy juvenile. The juvenile […]
ALLIANCE, Ohio – The University of Mount Union Board of Trustees announced Tuesday that Robert A. Gervasi will serve as the interim president during the 2022-23 academic year. Gervasi will succeed Dr. Thomas J. Botzman, who announced his retirement last month. Gervasi is expected to begin his role at Mount Union on June 27. Gervasi […]
Quincy Police have arrested a juvenile male in connection with starting the fire at a vacant building Wednesday evening in Quincy’s Calftown neighborhood.
QUINCY — It’s probably easier to list all of the community activities Chuck Scholz hasn’t participated in and all of the awards he hasn’t been given. Scholz, 68, is best known for his three-term stint as the mayor of Quincy from 1993-2005, but he’s been a board member, trustee, chairman or volunteer for dozens of […]