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Former Center city clerk pleads Guilty in theft case

Former Center city clerk pleads Guilty in theft case

by Scott Hardy

Tracey Ray will be sentenced August 17

Moore named GREDF President

Moore named GREDF President

by Scott Hardy

Former Quincy Mayor starts Monday, hasn't ruled out future run for office

Brock named to QPS Board

Brock named to QPS Board

by Scott Hardy

Chamber Executive Director is first black woman to serve on School Board

Proposed QMG Hospital denied by State Board

Proposed QMG Hospital denied by State Board

by Scott Hardy

QMG has 14 days to submit more information

Quincy has three bids for Air Service

Quincy has three bids for Air Service

by Scott Hardy

Aeronautics Committee to hold Town Hall Tuesday afternoon

Quincy teen pleads Guilty in 2019 shooting death

Quincy teen pleads Guilty in 2019 shooting death

by Scott Hardy

Roger Parker Jr. will be sentenced August 13.

Edina man sentenced in 2019 shooting death of grandson

Edina man sentenced in 2019 shooting death of grandson

by Scott Hardy

Donald Howe, Sr. ordered to pay $1,000 fine

Adams County accepts $6 million in Federal money

Adams County accepts $6 million in Federal money

by Scott Hardy

Travis Cooley named to Board, replaces Barney Bier

Quincy nightclub owner pleads Not Guilty in Easter attack

Quincy nightclub owner pleads Not Guilty in Easter attack

by Scott Hardy

Steve Homan entered that plea in Adams County Circuit Court Tuesday

ADM to spend $25 million on Quincy plant

ADM to spend $25 million on Quincy plant

by Scott Hardy

Will expand refining, storage capacity

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Another business group calls for governor to keep incentives

(The Center Square) – Another business group is calling on Gov. J.B. Pritzker to preserve tax incentives for Illinois businesses.

Cyber attacks on the increase in Illinois

(The Center Square) – Recent ransomware attacks have been making national headlines, but criminals have been targeting Illinois as well.

Energy plan stalls over deadline to shutter coal plants

(The Center Square) – A potential energy deal lawmakers were expected to take up in the Illinois Senate on Tuesday has stalled.

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Lyft driver charged with sexual assault on teen riding home from school

A Lyft driver allegedly sexually assaulted a teenage passenger while driving the student home from school in Virginia.

Seattle Ace Hardware fight over masks gets physical

A Seattle man claims he was attacked by a baseball bat-wielding clerk at an Ace Hardware location in an altercation that stemmed from his friend’s refusal to wear a mask in the store.

South Carolina investigators release timeline of double murder of mother, son

The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) released an initial timeline and other details about the double murder last week of a mother and son who belong to a powerful legal family from South Carolina's Lowcountry.

IllinoisPolicy

Exelon lobbyists pushes $14.4 million payday for Springfield lawmakers

The Illinois General Assembly voted for a decade to eliminate annual cost-of-living adjustments for lawmaker salaries after the Great Recession. Now, former state lawmakers are suing the state to put that money right back into politicians’ pockets.

Election law changes may be coming to Illinois: What you need to know

Rod Blagojevich back in politics? New legislation awaiting Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s signature foresees the possibility. Other election law changes would expand vote by mail, push back the 2022 primary election and make Election Day 2022 a state holiday.

Masks on, or masks off? What to know about mask rules as Illinois reopens

Chicago and state mask mandates have been dropped for fully vaccinated Illinoisans in most circumstances. Here is where masks will continue to be required, or not.

Everything you need to know about Illinois unemployment

The Illinois Department of Employment Security was ill-prepared to handle record numbers of unemployed workers when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, was slow to distribute federal help, exposed Illinoisans' private information, then lefts thousands on hold awaiting answers. Here's the latest.