Moore reflects on decision to not run
Elections

Moore reflects on decision to not run

Kyle Moore says he decided not seek re-election about two weeks ago, but until that point he kept the option open.

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Moonlight Ride for Hunger set for Saturday
Quincy News

Moonlight Ride for Hunger set for Saturday

The annual Moonlight Ride for Hunger is set for Saturday evening, an event that benefits the Horizons Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry.

Moore won't seek third term as Quincy mayor
Elections

Moore won't seek third term as Quincy mayor

Mayor Kyle Moore will not seek a third term next year. In a video posted to his Facebook page Thursday morning, Moore confirmed that he will not seek re-election.

Education

QPS still operational, still doing well, still managing COVID-19 cases

Quincy Public Schools Superintendent Roy Webb wants to assure the community of three things.
The school district is still operational, still doing well and still managing COVID-19 cases -- 18 active positives as of Wednesday.

Education

QPS building project 'a real success'

Final numbers are in for what Quincy School Board member Mike Troup calls "a real success for Quincy."
Quincy Public Schools spent $90,792,763 on an addition at Quincy High School and building five new K-5 schools.

Quincy News

New program designed to assist new residents

A new program is being launched to help new residents "plug into the Quincy and Adams County" community.

New projection shrinks deficit in 20-21 QPS budget
Education

New projection shrinks deficit in 20-21 QPS budget

New projections for the corporate personal property replacement tax mean a better bottom line in the 2020-21 budget for Quincy Public Schools.

Local Government

Ordinance to annex property into Quincy fails

A plan to annex two properties on the city of Quincy's north side that would have allowed for the annexation of several other properties was narrowly defeated.

Quincy News

Adams County nears 1,000 milestone in pandemic

At some point this week, Adams County will likely reach the 1,000-mark milestone for positive tests tied to the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Education

QPS projects ahead of schedule

Health life safety projects progressed further, and faster, than expected this spring and summer at Quincy Junior High School thanks in part to the COVID-19 shutdown.

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