QUINCY — The Quincy Police Department responded Nov. 5 to Zales Jewelers in the Quincy Town Center in reference to a theft that had just occurred. Two subjects had entered the store posing as customers. They asked to see multiple pieces of jewelry, were able to gain control of four rings and fled the store […]
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Ashley and Brittany talk to Amy Peters who is getting the Quincy Children’s Museum off the ground. The Quincy Children’s Museum will have a six-week satellite exhibit experience will be held beginning Friday, Nov. 11, at a space directly across from Kirlin’s in Quincy Town Center.
Ashley flashes back to the days when she was a mallrat and tries to steal a kitten from the ladies who stopped by to talk about the Meow Mixer fundraiser in Hannibal.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Jim May, franchise owner of Pappo’s Pizzeria and Pub, told Muddy River News Wednesday morning that he plans to reopen the restaurant at 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29. QUINCY — A store that has been in the Quincy Town Center for nearly 25 years has closed. A restaurant that has been there since 2017 won’t […]
QUNCY — The Quincy Police Department will be the host of an informational open house for anyone interested in a career in law enforcement. Quincy police officers will be at the Quincy Police Department sub-post inside the Quincy Town Center property, north of the fountain court area, from 6-7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 30. Officers […]
QUINCY — Fall-Con 2022, a pop culture event for all ages, will return to the Quincy Town Center September 16-18. Featured events include Cosplay, costume contest, anime, tabletop gaming, vendors and special film screenings. Celebrity guests J.J. Cohen, Rob Mello and Mark Holton will sign autographs, and photo ops will be available for purchase. The […]
QUINCY — Quincy Town Center will be the site for Homeward Bound Waggin 2022, Dog Days of Summer Race for a FurEver home, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 23. This pet-friendly day at the Quincy Town Center will include the Doggie Dash, open to dachshunds, puppies, rookies and mix breeds. Entry fee […]
QUINCY — Quincy Town Center has upgraded its gift card. The new Quincy Town Center gift card replaces the old Quincy Mall gift card and features a new-look card design. Gift cards are available to buy in denominations from $10 to $500 from the customer service booth of Quincy Town Center. Quincy Town Center gift […]
QUINCY — A press conference is set for 2:30 p.m. Monday in the “Veterans Hallway” corridor of the Quincy Town Center, 3347 Quincy Mall to show off a new display area. The Quincy Town Center is working with Together With Tri-State Veterans, a community-based suicide prevention program for rural veterans, to create a display with […]
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.
QUINCY — Quincy Medical Group announced plans Monday for a birth center at the Quincy Town Center, 3301 Broadway. If the project is approved by the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board, QMG’s birth center will be the first of its kind in west-central Illinois and the fifth in Illinois. The birth center will […]
QUINCY — Quincy Medical Group’s proposed $61.1 million hospital was rejected 4-2 Wednesday by the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board. A press release from Quincy Medical Group noted that the Intent to Deny that was issued by the HFSRB is “not uncommon” for proposed projects. QMG is allowed to submit additional information for […]
QUINCY — Angela Caldwell was “disappointed” at 2 p.m. Only 12 people had filled out application forms during a food service job fair that started at 8 a.m. Wednesday at the Quincy Town Center. Hundreds of positions need to be filled at 28 food service businesses throughout the city, including hosts and hostesses, servers, cooks, […]
QUINCY — Every time Angela Caldwell thought she had a count for the number of businesses interested in being a part of the food service job fair at the Quincy Town Center on Wednesday, that figure would grow again. “So it got to a point where we just stopped,” Caldwell said with a laugh. “If […]