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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
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.

Four candidates seeking three seats on JWCC board

The April 4 consolidated election will include four candidates vying for three seats on the John Wood Community College Board of Trustees. The three seats are for full, six-year terms.

Police Beat

The police records released by the Pike County Sheriff's office include the following arrests and bookings. The records state that these are accusations and each individual is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Scoop: 48 HOURS on CBS - Saturday, March 18, 2017

A hard-charging prosecutor and a former college football star, Curtis Lovelace appeared to have it all: a great job, four wonderful kids and a beautiful wife. But nothing would ever be the same after Curtis found his wife Cory dead in their home in Quincy, Ill., on Valentine's Day 2006.

Jim Dey: A reasonably dubious rap

Former Illini football captain Curtis Lovelace looks at prosecutors during his murder retrial March 6 at the Sangamon County Courthouse in Springfield. Lovelace, a former Adams County assistant state's attorney, was acquitted of murder last week in the 2006 death of his first wife.

Trump administration considers Illinois rivers project

Seven locks and dams on the Mississippi and Illinois rivers are under consideration by President Donald Trump's administration in his stated push to make the nation's infrastructure "second to none." Representatives from Illinois and four other Midwest states are working to make sure the river projects, as well as the ecological restoration efforts tied to them, become a priority, the Chicago Tribune reported.

Former Illinois prosecutor not guilty in wife's death

Former Illinois prosecutor and University of Illinois football captain Curtis Lovelace was found not guilty Friday in his second murder trial for the Valentine's Day 2006 death of his first wife. In closing arguments, special prosecutor David Robinson told the jury of six men and six women they should use their best judgment.

Ex-prosecutor found not guilty in retrial for wife's alleged suffocation

A one-time golden boy and former Illinois prosecutor was found not guilty Friday following a retrial in connection with his first wife's alleged suffocation murder , PEOPLE confirms. Curtis Lovelace - a former hometown football star and assistant state's attorney in his native Quincy, Illinois - was arrested in August 2014, more than eight years after Curtis reported finding wife Cory dead in their bedroom on Valentine's Day morning.

Kirlin's Hallmark to close its store at FairOaks Mall

The card and gift store that has served Columbus since 1990 will likely close its doors sometime in mid-April, according to store manager Stephanie Crosby. "Online shopping has eroded our sales," said Penny Marks, director of operations for the Quincy, Illinois-based Kirlin's Inc. In 2015, U.S. retail sales of greeting cards rose by 1.5 percent to $8.59 billion, and are expected to reach $9.07 billion in 2020, industry tracker Sundale Research reported last year.

Quincy University releases Fall 2016 Dean's List

QUINCY, Ill. - Quincy University released its Dean's List for the Fall 2016 semester.

The E-Team: New Ohio Dominican President considers offering full scholarships

Ohio Dominican University's new president, Robert A. Gervasi, might institute a new tradition of interest to prospective students: full scholarships. As head of Quincy College in Quincy, Ill., Garvasi offered four "presidential scholarships" per year.

Opening statements scheduled in ex-prosecutor's retrial

In this Jan. 25, 2016 file photo Curtis Lovelace, center, is escorted by sheriff's deputies to a courtroom at the Adams County Courthouse in Quincy, Ill. Lovelace, a former University of Illinois football star and Adams County prosecutor, is to go to trial a second time for first-degree murder in his first wife's death.

Quincy Mall works with town to land Slumberland

With just over 50 stores, Quincy Mall is hardly the biggest regional center in the nation, but it's a big deal in the rural Mississippi River town of Quincy, Illinois, just a skiff's ride from Mark Twain's hometown of Hannibal, Missouri. And it was big news in Quincy when the J.C. Penney in the Cullinan-owned property closed shop.

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