Blues in the District is one of the unofficial kick offs to summer and that means more people will be out in Quincy’s downtown. However, a recent study showed many people
Blues in the District is one of the unofficial kick offs to summer and that means more people will be out in Quincy’s downtown. However, a
Next time you’re driving down Broadway in Hannibal, you may notice some more colorful buildings. Two buildings have brand new paint jobs, and more improvements
Flooding is having a long-term impact on Wakonda state park. Park officials said it may stay closed most of the summer. If you’ve tried to
Western Illinois University is looking for a new president after Jack Thomas announced his resignation Friday.
High water is causing quite the inconvenience for drivers in areas of Missouri and Iowa. Highway 61 in Alexandria, Missouri, is still closed, as water
“As water along the Mississippi River slowly recedes, communities along the river are patiently waiting for things to go back to normal. Residents in Alexandria,
The 54th honor flight will be taking off Saturday, June 15 to give veterans a chance to see war memorials in Washington D.C. While this
Chaddock hosted their annual Rose Tea event Sunday. The Rose Tea is an opportunity to honor some who have helped the organization. At the event,
City officials say the intersection of Chestnut and 18th will close to traffic on Monday.
For the village of Florence, Illinois, residents said they feel neglected after receiving no help from the state, in terms of sandbagging efforts. Now, they’re
Karting was in full force Saturday as more than 300 drivers spent the afternoon on the track for the 33rd Annual Quincy Grand Prix of
Recent flooding has been devastating for many, but some farmers have lost more than what meets the eye. Local farmer Brent Hoerr lost two planting
The third annual “Brew Skies” festival is going on in Hannibal this weekend, and has something for people of all ages. The event hosted attractions
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The amount of untested rape kits with the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s crime lab has substantially increased since last August,