Thursday, the public got a chance to see the master plan for a new Illinois Veterans’ Home in Quincy. Dozens of people gathered for a 3-hour open house at Lippincott
Thousands of schools around across the country participated in great shakeout earthquake drills Thursday morning including schools in Hannibal. At 10:18 Thursday morning an announcement
The Macomb Area of Economic Development Corporation held a pop-up tent job fair in Bushnell on Thursday. It’s part of an ongoing effort to fill
There’s a new approach at Hannibal Middle School to help students with with special needs learn. Officials say Nora the therapy dog is improving morale
Hy-Vee is voluntarily recalling six of its meat and potato products across its eight-state region due to possible contamination with Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes.
The 43rd Annual Early Tin Dusters Color Run will be in Quincy Friday through Sunday and with it will cause a few street closures.
The Griggsville-Perry pre-k program will be discontinued at the end of the fall semester.
A domestic disturbance call resulted in the arrest of six individuals in Monroe City, Missouri.
The Quincy Public Library has a new executive director.
The city is moving ahead with a long term control plan for combined sewer overflow. It’s a plan that has been years in the making.
Are your kids going to be able to afford college? That was the question on many parents minds during a college fair at Quincy University
It’s been a little more than a month since early voting began and officials in Adams County say they’ve already seen more than 1,200 early voters.
Illinois Congressman Darin Lahood stopped in Quincy Wednesday to talk about riverfront development plans. LaHood came down to the riverfront to hear the pitch from