An expansion is coming to Kohl Wholesale in Quincy and officials say it'll bring 20 head of household jobs with it. The new warehouse and distribution center on the southwest side of the city-- along Highway 57 Will be 150,000 square feet. Sewer lines were installed at the site for $300,000, that was paid for by the Economic Development Loan Program, through the city of Quincy.
New restaurant coming to Quincy
Thursday, June 22, 2017 11:48 PM EDT
QUINCY, Ill. (WGEM) -
It appears a new restaurant is preparing to open up shop in Quincy soon. It's called Skrambowls. It's in the Shoppes on Broadway strip mall near 36th and Broadway -- the same area as the "Zoup" restaurant.On the same coming soon sign, there's an advertisement for a Bread Bowl Blitz July 8th at 1:30 p.m.We called the restaurant owners for more information, but are waiting to hear back.
More options for air travel could be coming to the Gem City. Five airlines are bidding to provide service to Quincy Regional Airport, according to our newsgathering partners at the Herald-Whig. Several of the proposals include flights to Chicago and one proposal would bring jet service to Quincy. Cape Air, which currently serves Quincy will upgrade its fleet and will either keep their current St. Louis service or add service to Chicago if it wins the contract.
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