A longstanding homeless shelter in Hannibal has closed and now other area shelters and even drug treatment centers are looking for solutions.
A new American flag is now flying high above Washington Park. Members of the Quincy Exchange Club and the Flags of Honor Program raised the
Teachers and school officials say new construction at Monroe City schools will benefit students.
It’s being called a blow for Missouri farmers. Earlier this week, a law was blocked that would have shielded livestock farms from stringent local health
A Shelbina home was destroyed by fire Wednesday afternoon.
While back to school means a load off for many parents, for some in the tourism industry it means the end of their busy season.
School is back in session and city leaders in Macomb said they are making it safer for students who walk to and from school. City
In just a few months, recreational marijuana will be legal in Illinois. One Tri-State town is looking at it as an opportunity for economic growth.
A new mural could be coming to the West side of the Hannibal City Hall, but city officials said to make it happen it’ll take
If you drive through Macomb often, many cracks and potholes on city roads will soon be fixed. It’s part of a 250,000 dollar road improvement
The Quincy Police Department has reported that they conducted Sex Offender Compliance Checks in Quincy on Tuesday along with the U.S. Marshall’s Service.
Governor JB Pritzker signed the Immigrant Tenant Protection Act into law Wednesday, making Illinois the second state in the nation to enact new protections for immigrants who rent property.