COVID Resurgence Continues, 86 New Area Cases Thursday
Area health departments Thursday reported another 86 new confirmed cases of COVID-19.
6 Years Ago, Near Hurricane Force Winds Devastated Quincy
We've just passed the 6th anniversary of one of the most devastating wind events in our area. Near hurricane force winds brought trees down and shut down power for days in Quincy.
A Conspiracy Theory Says the Gateway Arch Controls the Weather
I must admit that I am a fan of conspiracy theories. The bigger the whopper, the more I like them. But, even I had a hard time understanding a theory that the Gateway Arch in St. Louis somehow controls the weather.
Thief Heartlessly Stole a Go-Kart from a 7-Year-Old Illinois Boy
Sometimes I read a story and wish that I was Batman so I could put on my cape and go right a wrong. This is one of those types of stories. A thief stole a go-kart from a 7-year-old Illinois boy and we need to help catch the bad guys and get his gear back.
Area Agencies Step Up for Former Welcome Inn Residents
Quincy area social services agencies are stepping up to lend a helping hand to the nearly 300 people who were displaced by the closing of the Welcome Inn extended stay hotel earlier this week.
Mask Mandate Is Back At Illinois Driver’s License Facilities
When the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) says that it is fully adopting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) new masking guidelines, it's a pretty safe bet that others will follow suit.