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
We’re now hearing from the Illinois Department of Public Health after several cases of communicable respiratory illness was discovered at the Quincy Veterans’ Home. Jen
Quincy city officials are reassessing the number of trees being treated for emerald ash borer.
The $210,000 facility was paid for through voter approved funding.
School officials in Keokuk said moving the district’s central office out of Torrance Pre-School will keep kids safe and help then learn better.
Are your seasonal allergies picking back up? Local health officials say we haven’t seen the worst of it yet.
State regulators are one step closer to deciding on Blessing Health System’s plan to build a new surgery center after a public hearing in Quincy on Monday.
It’s a new school year at John Wood Community College, but a fewer students will be roaming the halls this semester.
Hannibal Board of Public Works officials reported Monday that Matt Munzlinger has been appointed as interim General Manager after the resignation of former General Manager Heath Hall on Friday.
Gold bar, signed baseballs, and other items earn over $173K at Illinois State Fair unclaimed property auction
Bidders from across the country spent more than $173,684 at this past weekend’s live auction at the Illinois State Fair, Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs said.
Quincy officials have issued a Boil Order for residents on North 20th St. from Chestnut to Cedar St.