Tuition is flat for the third straight year at John Wood Community College. This comes after years of increasing tuition due in part to state funding, or lack thereof. JWCC
After a weekend crackdown, local police are speaking out about the challenges of catching people driving high on marijuana.
Blessing Health System caught Quincy Medical Group off guard with a research project in which they survey patients over the phone.
City officials have issued a boil order for residents in Coachlight Court in Quincy.
Time is running out for Illinois homeowners facing foreclosure to get help paying their mortgage.
If you are planning to spend more time outside with your family health officials say you need to make sure you are protected, that is
A nationwide nursing shortage is now starting to hit close to home. Quincy’s Good Samaritan Home held a job fair on Wednesday in hopes of
Quincy parents will have to budget a little more money come next school year, because you’ll pay more for your kids school lunches after a
Plans are moving forward for a $1.38 million athletic facility at Flinn Stadium. The facility will feature a weight room, locker room, video room and
Work is already underway less than a month after voters approved a bond for school improvements in Palmyra, Missouri. Work has begun on Palmyra High
Quincy University hosted an open house Wednesday highlighting its graduate program.
Govenor J.B. Pritzker could soon have bills on his desk that would raise the minimum salary for teachers in Illinois to $40,000 a year by