The Quincy Public Schools Board of Education, Superintendent Roy Webb and several Quincy Public School Coaches (who have volunteered their time) have put together a very special day today for some outstanding students. An amazing group of kids from Teen Reach have earned the opportunity to play a special kickball game on the turf of Flinn Stadium this afternoon.
What Quincy needs is a really good "big" name concert. I have heard that comment from people for years. The last "big" name concert I can remember was Bret Michaels when he came to Quincy a few years ago. I have wondered why we don't have one "big" concert a year in Quincy.
It has been an argument since the 1970s. Why doesn’t Quincy Notre Dame High School play Quincy Senior High School in football and basketball? Well, this past winter, QHS Principal Danielle Edgar and QHS Athletic Director Bill Sanders sat down with QND Principal Mark McDowell and QND Athletic Director Bill Connell and they addressed the issue. What came of that meeting was a decision to schedule ga
Back in December, Quincy University President Dr. Robert Gervasi announced plans to completely renovate historic Q.U. Stadium, the home of Q.U. Baseball and future home of Q.U. Football, with a $4 million investment by PFIC, a California based developer of facilities for colleges and universities. We thought we would give you a look at what the baseball field looks like now as work is well underwa
Quincy University today announced plans to completely renovate historic QU Stadium, the home of QU baseball and future home of QU football, with a $4 million investment by PFIC, a California based developer of facilities for colleges and universities
The 19th Annual Octoberfest Parade and Field Competition will be held on Saturday, October 18, featuring marching bands from Illinois, Missouri and Iowa. The parade will travel west from 33rd & Maine Streets at 2 p.m. that afternoon. The field competition at Flinn Stadium will begin at 5:15 p.m.