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.
Some families took advantage of the warm and sunny weather this Easter and explored Quincy.
Community was the theme in Fort Madison Saturday where almost a hundred volunteers came together for the annual community clean up.
Officials at the Cuddle Cat Rescue in Hannibal said your cat having kittens could add to a growing problem in Hannibal.
Progress is being made to clean up dilapidated buildings in Quincy. Crews were out Friday demolishing a home on Quincy’s Fix-or-Flatten List.
Quincy Fire Department will continue fire hydrant flushing next week.
The results are back on a study to make downtown Hannibal a quiet zone for passing freight trains, it’s something residents said is much-needed. The
Tri-state Christians observed Good Friday before Easter weekend. In Hannibal, people took part in the “Journey of the Cross”–a reflection on Jesus’ suffering. Participants started
For the first time, every metropolitan area in the state of Illinois is reporting a loss in population. Although it may be too soon to
You could soon see more wind mills in Illinois, thanks to a new law signed by Gov. J.B. Pritzker Friday.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has been give the green light by the Missouri Department of Conservation to proceed with work on top of the Mark Twain bridge.