The Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division has a large collection of historic photographs. In searching the collection, we have found several interesting images for Quincy and Hannibal. There are also several shots from a number of additional cities in our area, including Palmyra, Pittsfield, Louisiana, Clarksville and Keokuk. Unfortunately, dates are not available for all of these images, and it appears that a few may not be accurately labeled. Even so, it is interesting to take a look back at these historic images.
It's been cold, really cold! Wind chill values have not only been below zero, but double digits below zero. I suppose it could be worse. We could be buried under several feet of snow, like the northeast
It's always fun to read crazy news stories. Stupid criminals and bizarre incidents make headlines across the country. Sometimes they happen in our own backyard. Here are some of the craziest local news stories the Quincy/Hannibal area has seen in the last few years.
A lot of changes are coming to the Quincy Mall. First, we found out that J.C. Penney was closing, and then DEB. Most recently, it was announced that RadioShack is also closing. I was reminiscing this morning about some of the stores that used to be in the Quincy Mall, but are no longer there. Remember these?
Area dog lovers are getting excited about seeing the famous DockDogs canine aquatics competition during the upcoming Great Outdoors Show at the Oakley Lindsay Center, but did you know that DockDogs is open to all dogs? Register your pet to be a part of the fun!
The Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division is home to a vast collection of historical images. After searching their catalog for "Quincy, Illinois," we were able to find a number of interesting photographs, including shots of St. Francis Hall, Lock & Dam 21, the John Wood Mansion, and a couple of images from a speech delivered in Quincy by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1903.
It was just about a year ago when Ryan Hutmacher won the 'Search for the Weight Watchers Chef' competition on the ABC television series 'The Chew.' The Quincy native will be returning home to conduct a special program, "Healthy Cooking For Life," at the Kroc Center on February 21.
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