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by Amanda Vinicky, WTTW – Major changes to Illinois’ criminal justice system that passed in the wake of George Floyd’s murder will begin to take effect Thursday, including a requirement that police track and report to the state incidents in which officers use a gun on someone, when use of force results in death or […]
On Muddy River News This Week, furnished by Harvey’s, Bob Gough talks to State Senator Jil Tracy (R-Quincy) about the recently-wrapped up session in Springfield and the new 50th Senate District, which she’ll represent when she runs for re-election in 2022.
On Muddy River News This Week, Furnished by Harvey’s, We talk to the 94th District State Representative from Quincy about the recently wrapped-up (sort of) General Assembly session and how redistricting affects West-Central Illinois.
QUINCY — Anne Meyer remembers why she became a paraeducator. She had been teaching physical education classes at St. Francis School, but when her daughter, Grace, started kindergarten at Washington School, Meyer changed her teaching role. Fourteen years later, with Grace now out of high school, Meyer knows why she continues as a paraeducator in […]
QUINCY — Joe Henning is retiring as chief of the Quincy Fire Department in mid-July. He has a new job lined up, but he will remain in Quincy close to his family and remain active in our community. He also was recently named as the winner of the Adams County United Way’s Joe Bonansinga Service […]
QUINCY — Blues in the District just wasn’t the same last year. The pandemic forced organizers to forego attempts to have live concerts in Washington Park last summer. Instead, two concerts were held in the Washington Theater, and blues lovers could watch the events on Facebook. “People still loved it,” said Bruce Guthrie, executive director […]
QUINCY — Michael Seaver, director of inspection and enforcement for the City of Quincy, brought Monday night to the Quincy City Council a proposed ordinance to establish a residential rental registration program. It wasn’t met with open arms. Mike Farha and Tony Sassen, 4th Ward alderman, both said they couldn’t support the proposal. Jeff Bergman, […]
Tony Neilson took home three Gussies and Devon Smith-Harden won three races over the course of the weekend to dominate the field at the Grand Prix of Karting in Quincy’s South Park. Smith-Harden won two Gussies in the Shifters on Sunday and also won the Shifter kart sprint on Saturday. The Gussie is the trophy […]
The 11 championship races are underway at the Quincy Grand Prix of Karting.