Quincy's 2020 census response rate lags behind 2010 response rate
Quincy News

Quincy's 2020 census response rate lags behind 2010 response rate

With fewer than 50 days left to count every living person in the United States, enumerators are beginning to comb the streets of Quincy and Adams County in search of those who have yet to respond to the census.

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County Board agrees to participate in program through CARES Act
Local Government

County Board agrees to participate in program through CARES Act

The Adams County Board approved the county's participation in a program that will allow it to access CARES Act funds.

Illinois News

Adams County officials report 7th COVID-19 related death

Health departments in both West-Central Illinois and Northeast Missouri reported additional cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, including 13 new cases in Adams County.

Contractor selected for $230 million Veterans Home redevelopment
Quincy News

Contractor selected for $230 million Veterans Home redevelopment

A contractor has been selected for the $230 million redevelopment of the Illinois Veterans Home.

Pritzker's mask enforcement rule survives legislative panel
Illinois News

Pritzker's mask enforcement rule survives legislative panel

A legislative panel that oversees the state's administrative rulemaking process voted along partisan lines to allow Gov. J.B. Pritzker's emergency rule to enforce mask-wearing and other public health orders to move forward.

Quincy News

Rotary Club of Quincy postpones Oktoberfest

The Rotary Club of Quincy is postponing its eighth Oktoberfest until 2021.

Illinois sheriff believes body recovered from Mississippi River is missing Galena woman
Police & Courts

Illinois sheriff believes body recovered from Mississippi River is missing Galena woman

A northeast Illinois county's sheriff's department believes the body recovered Sunday night from the Mississippi River at LaGrange is believed to be a missing Galena woman..

Health

Adams County reports sixth COVID-19-related death

Adams County has reported its sixth COVID-19-related death. The Adams County Health Department said Monday that the man in his 90s died after testing positive for the virus.

Business

The Pier closes permanently

The Pier restaurant announced that it will not reopen. The restaurant at 401 Bonansinga Drive said on its Facebook page that it would close permanently thanking it's customers for their support over the years.

QCT's virtual production to explore human side of Martin Luther King Jr.
Quincy News

QCT's virtual production to explore human side of Martin Luther King Jr.

John and Marissa Lumpkin will make their Quincy Community Theatre debut together.

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