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QPD Blotter for September 20, 2017

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Joshua E Gills 40, of Quincy for no valid driver’s license. Tijuana C Loving (21) Chicago, IL for Leaving…

Divorces & Lawsuits

Divorces and Lawsuits September 11 through September 15, 2017

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Real Estate Transfers

Real Estate Transfers August 21 thru August 25, 2017

Adams County Clerk

Real Estate Transfers August 21 thru August 25, 2017

In Your Backyard

The NFL and Hollywood? Taking a Knee here Boss

Mike Moyers

Taking a knee. That’s been the big thing in the NFL the past couple of years.  That, along with some…

The White Pages: A CHECK…SERIOUSLY?

Bobbe White

It’s Thursday, September 14, 2017 and in today’s news, the Hurricane cleanup begins in Florida and continues…

Dr. House I Presume

Dr. House I Presume

Mike Moyers

Noted pitching instructor Dr. Tom House coming to Quincy

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Quincy man arrested on meth charge Wednesday morning

Quincy man arrested on meth charge Wednesday morning

by Scott Hardy

Troy Owsley, Sr. picked up at his home in 400 block of Cedar

Steven Gavin murder trial delayed two months

Steven Gavin murder trial delayed two months

by Scott Hardy

Accused of shooting Carlous Wires, Sr. to death in 2015; trial to start Dec 4

City takes over ownership of former hospital

City takes over ownership of former hospital

by Jim Dewey

Will hand over former St. Elizabeth's building to developers

Death Penalty to be sought against Brokes

Death Penalty to be sought against Brokes

by Scott Hardy

Accused of killing Brittany Gauch in January, 2016

MO PSC turns down Clean Line request for re-hearing

MO PSC turns down Clean Line request for re-hearing

by Scott Hardy

Company now likely to file suit

QU Fall Enrollment down 6%

QU Fall Enrollment down 6%

by Scott Hardy

1,098 students on campus this Fall

IllinoisNewsNetwork

Moving company says more people leaving Chicago than any other major city

The nation's biggest mover is corroborating Census data showing the exodus of residents from Chicago and across Illinois.

Gov. Rauner signs changes to Illinois’ asset forfeiture law

Gov. Bruce Rauner signed changes to an Illinois law that allows police to take your belongings if you’re accused of a crime.

Bloomington aldermen debate timing of sizable sewer rate hike

While a majority of the Bloomington City Council agrees that sewer rates should be increased sooner than later, there does not seem to be a consensus about when to vote to ensure the hikes at least start to take effect…

FoxNews

Ex-Chicago cop arrested on drug charges after 15 years on the run

A 15-year international manhunt for a former Chicago police sergeant facing federal drug conspiracy charges ended Tuesday after the man was arrested in Detroit.

Tractor-trailer makes wrong turn, ends up on Atlantic City Boardwalk

A truck driver in New Jersey took a wrong turn Wednesday and found himself driving on the Atlantic City Boardwalk.

Woman sues 4 Baltimore police officers charged with fraud

Four Baltimore police officers who were recently indicted on federal fraud charges are now being sued by a woman who says they falsely arrested her husband and stole $20,000 from them.

IllinoisPolicy

Illinois State Rep. Dan Brady wants to hike gas taxes

Illinoisans already pay some of the highest taxes in the nation, including high taxes at the pump.

Rauner signs civil asset forfeiture reform into law

The new law will transfer the burden of proof to law enforcement in forfeiture proceedings.

Why international trade matters for Illinois

Illinois will need more foreign investment, and major reforms to the state’s business climate, in order to get off the weak economic path it now treads.

Rauner signs bill reinstating business tax credit program

A controversial but politically popular tax credit program will be extended until June 2022 under a bill signed by Gov. Bruce Rauner.