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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
EXCHANGE: Teens taught to plant, tend their own flowerpots

In this March 29, 2018 photo, Quincy Teen REACH member Lillyn Dickerson decorates a pot before planting flower seeds in it Thursday, Mar. 29, 2017, at the Frederick Ball Community Center in Quincy, Ill. Margie Williams with 5210 Let's Go, an initiative led by the Adams County Health Department, and United Way of Adams County, brought seeds and pots for the kids to decorate and plant so they would have their own plants at home.

Farm and Home Supply Chooses RepairStorm SaaS Platform for Improved Service Center Operations

QUINCY, Ill: Farm and Home Supply has deployed a new repair tracking software to offer its customers a superior service center experience and streamline its power equipment repair operations. The company will be able to speed check-in and reduce turnaround times for customers who rely on the in-store service centers for lawn mower engine tuning, chainsaw sharpening, or weed eater repairs.

Rauner's point person on Quincy veterans home Legionnaires' crisis makes $20K monthly

In this July 27, 2016 photo, Gov. Bruce Rauner speaks at the water treatment facility of the Illinois Veterans Home, in Quincy, Ill., where Legionnaires', disease has contributed to the deaths of 13 residents since 2015. In this July 27, 2016 photo, Gov. Bruce Rauner speaks at the water treatment facility of the Illinois Veterans Home, in Quincy, Ill., where Legionnaires', disease has contributed to the deaths of 13 residents since 2015.

Why Queer Eye is the surprise hit of 2018

Jonathan Van Ness never expected to be an icon. One day, he was quietly minding his own business, styling hair in salons in Los Angeles and New York; the next he could barely walk down the street without being mobbed by fans wanting selfies and quoting his catchphrases back at him.

'The Doppelganger': Rainn Wilson trades 'The...

Can you combine the post-colonial atrocities, the internal corruption, the ceaseless profiteering that still afflicts Africa, the mother continent of humanity, with the rubric of a knockdown, drag-out, no-holds-barred farce? That, in essence, is the challenge posed by the truly gutsy latest project at the Steppenwolf Theatre, "The Doppelganger ," an epic world premiere by Matthew-Lee Erlbach that sticks all of the usual stuff of the genre - you know, the bedrooms, the doors, the mistaken identity, the funny voices, the exploding props, the characters appearing without their pants - inside a play that also has righteous points to make about how the forces of international development invariably manage to enrich the already enriched while failing to improve the lot of the ordinary worker.

Comptroller calls for action at Quincy veterans home

QUINCY, Ill. The Illinois comptroller took a visit to a veterans home that has dealt with a deadly disease.

Another verse in the Quincy story

Wednesday brought another chance for lawmakers to browbeat the heads of the state's Public Health and Veterans' Affairs departments over the Legionnaires' disease outbreak at the veterans' home in Quincy. Thierteen people have died since 2015 because of this.

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University of Southern Indiana Softball suffered a pair of Great Lakes Valley Conference setbacks on a frigid Saturday afternoon. The Screaming Eagles fell, 5-3, in the opener before dropping game two, 5-1.

After veteran's home cover-up, is Rauner the state's most secretive schmuck?

In the heated race to see who can be the state's most secretive schmuck, Governor Rauner made moves last week to challenge his old pal, Mayor Rahm. In response to journalists who sought records via an "FOIA" request, Rauner released 450 heavily redacted pages of emails regarding the Legionnaire's disease that killed 13 people in a state-run veteran's home in downstate Quincy.

Report recommends $278M upgrade to end Quincy Legionnaires'

In this July 27, 2016 file photo, Gov. Bruce Rauner speaks at the water treatment facility of the Illinois Veterans Home, in Quincy, Ill., where Legionnaires', disease has contributed to the deaths of 13 residents since 2015. Starting from scratch at the home, a proposition costing as much as $278 million, is the best option for eradicating Legionnaires' disease there, a preliminary report says.

IDPH chief took a leave of absence to campaign after Legionnaires' outbreaks

Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner stopped by the Illinois Veterans' Home Wednesday morning, a day after the Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs announced two veterans had been diagnosed with Legionnaire's disease. The governor was there for a tour of the recently-completed water facility.

Friends of Judson to host spring garage sale May 4-5

Friends of Judson will hold its annual garage sale from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, May 4, and 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 5, at First Baptist Church, 1735 W. Highland Ave. in Elgin. Proceeds will be used for scholarships for students of Judson University.

Amid tumult of 1968, a church came together

Lay adult members Emma Tousant of the Evangelical United Brethren and J.P. Zepeda of the Methodist Church shake hands as part of the uniting ceremony that marked the formation of The United Methodist Church in 1968. This moment of celebration was years in the making.

Duckworth, Durbin highlight how additional federal funding for...

WASHINGTON, D.C. U.S. Senators Tammy Duckworth and Dick Durbin outlined today how additional federal funds secured in last week's omnibus funding agreement could be used by the State of Illinois to protect the Illinois Veterans' Home in Quincy from Legionnaires' Disease and construct a new Veterans' Home in Chicago. Duckworth pushed for more than half a billion dollars in additional funding for construction at state-run Veteran health facilities like IVH Quincy, all of which was included in the final agreement that passed the Senate and was signed into law.

Dixon historian doesn't want hero's story lost

In an age when the average male life expectancy barely topped 40, 56-year-old Peter Williams enlisted with the 29th Regiment, U.S. Colored Infantry, to fight for the Union in the Civil War. He was held captive in five Confederate prisons, including the notorious Andersonville, but was free to witness the fall of Petersburg on April 2, 1865.

Jeffrey 'Red' Witherbee | 55 | Pittsfield

Jeffrey "Red" Witherbee, 55, of rural Pittsfield died Sunday, March 18, 2018 at Blessing Hospital in Quincy. No services will be held and cremation rites have been accorded.

In this Feb. 22, 2018 photo, Bob Havens poses for a photo at the...

In this Feb. 22, 2018 photo, Bob Havens poses for a photo at the Quincy Art Center in Quincy, Ill. Haven has been considered the greatest Dixieland trombonist in America, playing on the Lawrence Welk Show for 22 years.

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