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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
Leading the band

The Burlington Municipal Band kicked off its 91st season Saturday inside the former James Madison Middle School, and it was a bit of a homecoming for some of the band members. "Many of our band members have fond memories of attending or teaching at James Madison Middle School," said Municipal Band director Jim Priebe.

Governor Announces $3 Million EPA Grant For Veterans Home

May 16 - The City of Quincy will build a new, alternate water source that will feed cleaner water to its residents that live at the Illinois Veterans' Home. The source will be built using a $3 million Illinois EPA grant.

Illinois to spend $3M for new well at Quincy veteran's home

Gov. Bruce Rauner says the state will spend about $3 million to help build a new water source in a western Illinois community where Legionnaires' disease has contributed to the deaths of 13 residents of a state veteran's home. Rauner said Wednesday Illinois will split the cost with the city of Quincy, which currently gets water from the Mississippi River.

Quincy police say officer fatally shot man who pulled gun

Authorities say a 53-year-old man was fatally shot by a western Illinois police officer who had responded to a call about suspicious activity. Quincy police Deputy Chief Doug VanderMaiden says the shooting happened Monday night when the city officer encountered the man, who pulled out what appeared to be handgun.

State Labor Agency Rebuked Illinois VA Over Legionnaires Outbreak

Illinois workplace safety officials reprimanded state veterans' officials for how the agency told staffers about a deadly Legionnaires' disease outbreak at a Quincy veterans' home, according to documents. The Illinois Department of Labor reproach focused on emails that Illinois Veterans Home administrators sent to state workers, WBEZ Chicago reported Thursday.

EXCHANGE: Quincy program helps student overcome anxiety

In this April 9, 2018 photo, Gabby Pratt poses for a photo at Quincy Young Life in Quincy, Ill. The first time Pratt attended an event at Quincy Young Life, she spent most of it in the bathroom.

Documents: Labor agency rebuked Illinois VA on Legionnaires

Documents show that Illinois workplace safety officials reprimanded state veterans' officials for how the agency told staffers about a fatal Legionnaires' disease outbreak at a Quincy veterans' home. WBEZ Chicago reports that the Illinois Department of Labor reproach focused on emails that Illinois Veterans Home administrators sent to state workers.

Top Democrat: Full Quincy Legionnaires' Fix Could Come After Election

Illinois state Sen. Tom Cullerton, D-Villa Park, center, chairman of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee, addresses a committee hearing Tuesday, May 1, 2018, at the Illinois state Capitol in Springfield, Ill. A key Democratic lawmaker leading hearings on the Legionnaires' disease crisis at the troubled Quincy veterans' home is raising the prospect that Gov. Bruce Rauner's proposed rebuild of the facility may not win legislative approval until after the fall election.

VA home plagued by Legionnairesa disease should be rebuilt, task force says

An Illinois task force has released its recommendations for addressing the Legionnaires' disease crisis that has killed 13 people at a Quincy veterans home since 2015. Among the recommendations are: constructing a new state-of-the-art home, updating existing piping, building a new water plumbing loop, tapping a water source other than the Mississippi River, and renovating an off-site facility to provide temporary housing for residents during the construction of a new home.

Illinois coroner to poor: Pay $1000 or county keeps remains

In this April 20, 2018 photo provided by Steve Bohnstedt, Nicholas Weible, offers his mom, Wendy Smith a tissue during the memorial service for his father, Christopher Weible, held at First Christian Church in Quincy, Ill. Adams County Coroner James Keller is facing sharp criticism for how he handles poor people who can't afford to bury their loved ones: He has them sign over their rights to the deceased, leaving them without the death certificate, then cremates the body and keeps the ashes until the family pays $1,000.

A statue is shown outside of the Illinois Veterans Home in downstate Quincy.

After months of study, Gov. Bruce Rauner's administration on Tuesday called for a new facility to replace the troubled state veterans' home in downstate Quincy where 13 residents have died from Legionnaires' disease since 2015. , which Rauner put on a legislative fast track for passage in the next four weeks, described a new 250- to 300-bed facility as "the most viable and effective long-term option" to safeguard elderly residents against the waterborne form of pneumonia.

Rebuild veterans home plagued by Legionnaires' disease, Rauner task force says

Gov. Bruce Rauner, center, talks with members of the Illinois Veterans' Home after staying at the home in Quincy, Ill., on Jan. 10, 2018. Gov. Bruce Rauner, center, talks with members of the Illinois Veterans' Home after staying at the home in Quincy, Ill., on Jan. 10, 2018.

Quincy Veterans Home

Families suing the state over Legionnaires' disease deaths at a government-run veterans' home are getting a potential legal boost from the Illinois Senate. , the Senate voted to raise the cap on most awards for negligence judgments against the state from the current $100,000 up to $2 million.

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.

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