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Quincy, Illinois is a river city community that was built on top of limestone bluffs. The city serves as a economic and cultural hub of central western Illinois. It has been nicknamed "The Gem City." Notable residents of the city of Quincy have included actor Robert Livingston (The Lone Ranger Rides Again, The Three Mesquiteers), actor/director Henry Kolker (Baby Face, Disraeli), actor John Anderson (MacGyver, Star Trek: The Next Generation), and actress Mary Astor (The Maltese Falcon).

Population: 40504
Local Newspapers: Quincy Herald Whig
Local Sports Teams: Gateway Grizzlies (FPB) Springfield Capitals (FPB) Springfield Jr. Blues (AHL)
Local Colleges: Quincy University

Zip Codes associated with quincy, illinois: 62301
Towns/Cities near quincy, illinois : La Grange Hannibal

Quincy News
Mom celebrates - miracle' bi-racial twins Read Story Ashley Cole

Twin sisters from Quincy, Illinois celebrated their first birthday on Sunday. They gained national attention in November 2016 when their mom, Whitney Meyer posted this photo on Facebook.

Harrison brothers have homecoming worth waiting for on Honor Flight

When the flight attendant called out names for mail call during the 41st Honor Flight from Quincy, Illinois, to Washington, D.C., there was more than one Harrison name called. In fact, all five of the Harrison brothers - Richard, 80, Robert, 77, Ronald, 73, Russell, 70 and Roger, 64 - made the trip together.

Inmate attempts suicide at Pike County Jail

The attempted suicide of an inmate at the Pike County Jail has resulted in a full investigation by both the sheriff's office and the Illinois State Police. 'Obviously, we can't investigate ourselves.

EXCHANGE: Man escapes Chicago bustle to be a hobby farmer

Tushaus has embraced a growing trend in agriculture called hobby farming. Hobby farms are small agricultural operations not intended to be a primary source of income.

Quincy community college employee wins Red Cross award

Eric Foster is a coordinator of student life at John Wood Community College. The Quincy Herald-Whig reports he was recognized for planning a schoolwide blood drive and encouraging student participation.

Quincy community college employee wins Red Cross award

Eric Foster is a coordinator of student life at John Wood Community College. The Quincy Herald-Whig reports he was recognized for planning a schoolwide blood drive and encouraging student participation.

Albert 'Sonny' McCallister | 79 | Barry

Mr. Albert L. "Sonny" McCallister, 79, of Barry, passed away at 8:35 a.m. Tuesday, April 4, 2017, at his home. He was born April 28, 1937, in Derry Township, Pike County, Illinois to Homer & B. Edna McCallister.

Quincy Media to Standardize its 19 News Ops on JVC 4KCAM

JVC Professional announced that Quincy Media is standardizing on 4KCAM camcorders for news operations across its television broadcast stations. Based in Quincy, Ill., the company owns and operates 22 television stations across seven states, including 19 that produce local news, and is expected to purchase about 200 JVC camcorders over the next two years.

Rex Browning | 78 | Pittsfield

Rex Browning, 78, of Pittsfield, died Saturday, April 8, 2017 at Blessing Hospital in Quincy. Graveside services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, April 13, 2017 at the Miller Cemetery near Atlas with Luke Fesler officiating.

IDNR announces schedule of waterfowl blind site drawings

SPRINGFIELD, IL Waterfowl hunters are encouraged to mark their calendars for upcoming waterfowl hunting blind site random drawings to be held at several public hunting areas in Illinois in June, July and August. Duck and goose hunters must register in person for waterfowl blind site drawings and must be present at the drawing held at each location designated below immediately after the registration period to claim their blind sites.

Crown Vision Center acquired

Crown Vision Center has been acquired by Riata Capital Group, a Dallas-based private equity firm.

EXCHANGE: Buddy program pairs students with veterans

In this March 8, 2017 photo, Illinois Veterans Home resident Franz Gavenia, left, and St. Dominic School fifth-grader Beth Lucas talk at the veterans home in Quincy, Ill. The two were paired as part of a buddy program between the school and the home.

Quincy deer park at veterans home to be improved

State officials and the Quincy Park District are teaming up to improve the Lynn Deer Park on the grounds of the Illinois Veterans Home . Deer in the park have been penned up on the west side of the enclosure to allow the mix to take root and grow.

Quincy deer park at veterans home to be improved

State officials and the Quincy Park District are teaming up to improve the Lynn Deer Park on the grounds of the Illinois Veterans Home . Deer in the park have been penned up on the west side of the enclosure to allow the mix to take root and grow.

Support another voice for Pike

However, all Pike County voters will have the opportunity to vote on their representation for the John Wood Community College board. This is important because JWCC is an incalculable asset to Pike County and becoming more so every day.

Chamber, BBA face suit over tainted cider

Pike County Chamber of Commerce and Barry Business Association have been named defendants in a lawsuit stemming from the sale of cryptosporidium-tainted cider by an Adams County-based farm at the 2015 Fall Color Drive. Plaintiff Melissa K. Kinman, a Quincy resident, is suing the Chamber, BBA, Yoder Brothers Dairy Farm of Clayton, and its owners, Linda M. and Stephen D. Yoder, each for more than $50,000 in damages, seeking compensation for alleged expenses including medical bills and lost wages due to illness after consuming the tainted, unpasteurized cider, the complaint reads.

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