New talks on scaling back on the number of members on the ambulance board. At Monday night’s Adams County Executive Meeting, members talked about going from seven members to five.
There’s new fallout Monday from a local business suddenly closing up shop.
Hannibal’s Board of Public Works has made a decision on who will build its new granular activated carbon filtration system at the city’s water plant.
If you’re looking to join the Quincy police force, now is the time to get started. Applications for police officer testing are now available at
People in the Tri-States gathered Monday morning to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. City leaders and residents in Quincy walked away from Monday’s service
The cold snap is putting the strain on area livestock farmers. Winter is definitely here now for area farmers, besides struggling to move equipment around in the snow, the cold temperatures are costing them money.
A longtime antique shop in Hannibal has closed its doors. Mrs. Clemen’s Antique Mall on 305 Main Street has a sign outside that says the
Four people are behind bars and more could follow, after a shooting and robbery in Hannibal Sunday night. Police said Will Sewell, Davion Tate, Noah
The amount of snow on the ground is creating a problem for the Quincy Fire Department. The snow is covering fire hydrants around the city.
Looking for a job? A Quincy company is hiring.
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt will hold a press conference Tuesday to discuss violent crime and announce a Safe Cities initiative.
Hannibal police have released the names of the individuals involved in a robbery on Sunday night.
John Wood Community College officials say there is a shortage of trade skill workers in the area and they hope adding a new program will help meet that need.