HANNIBAL, Mo. —The Spring Festival of Country Music will be held from 6-9 p.m. Friday, May 13 at the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center. Music will be performed by Memory Lane and special guests. Memory Lane members are: Betty Miller on drums, Martin Miller on rhythm guitar, Harlon Lain on lead guitar, Greg Cornelius on bass […]
QUINCY — Friends of the Log Cabin will hold a cleanup day from 9 a.m.-noon Saturday at the Lincoln-era Log Cabin Village. The historic log cabin village is on Quinsippi Island Park, accessed via All-America Park. Because of bridge construction over the Mississippi River, participants should come down Cedar Street and then take a right […]
RiverFest Music Festival is moving from Fort Madison, Iowa to Quincy this summer.
Advocacy Network for Children held a flag raising and awareness event in honor of April being National Child Abuse Awareness & Prevention Month. The ceremony honored child victims who have been abused, neglected, or have lost their life to abuse or neglect over the years. It was also a reminder that by rallying our neighbors, businesses, schools, friends and families, we can make a difference in the lives of these children.
Quincy University has announced that Bishop Thomas John Paprocki, Bishop of the Springfield Diocese will be joining the QU faculty as a graduate faculty member in the Master of Business Administration Program.
Liberty Bank has replaced its ATM in Camp Point that was damaged by would-be thieves and vandals last November.
The Kiwanis Centennial Playground at Lincoln Park will be fully open this weekend along with the rest of the Quincy Park District parks.
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.
The Quincy Family YMCA is partnering with Kelly’s Tavern for the 30th annual Kelly’s Fun Run at 9:30 a.m. March 13.
Lots of places closed. If it’s not a main thoroughfare, it’s probably tough sledding…for real.