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QPD Blotter for September 25, 2017

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Michelle Lange, Quincy for failure to yield. Douglas Frese 50, 2303 Jersey for failure to report after…

Divorces & Lawsuits

Divorces and Lawsuits September 18 through September 22, 2017

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Real Estate Transfers

Real Estate Transfers August 28th thru September 15, 2017

Adams County Clerk

Real Estate Transfers August 28th thru September 1, 2017   Real Estate Transfers September 4 thru September…

In Your Backyard

Whistle Stop: Shortage of referees and officials on the horizon

Whistle Stop:  Shortage of referees and officials on the horizon

Mike Moyers

Those of you who haven’t yelled at an umpire, football referee, basketball official, soccer official/linesman…

The White Pages: The Phone Bowl!!!

The White Pages:   The Phone Bowl!!!

Bobbe White

Someone has already designed a device for tables across America, I just know it. They're calling it,…

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…

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Quincy Police, Fire pension funding increased in 2017

Quincy Police, Fire pension funding increased in 2017

by Scott Hardy

Both now funded above 40%

New IHOP in Quincy Mall by years' end

New IHOP in Quincy Mall by years' end

by Scott Hardy

Restaurant will open in former TGI Fridays building

QPD investigate robbery at McDonald's

QPD investigate robbery at McDonald's

by Scott Hardy

Cash taken from 1301 Broadway location around 12:40 PM

Ameren Missouri to spend $1B on renewable energy

Ameren Missouri to spend $1B on renewable energy

by Scott Hardy

Company plans to increase wind, solar output

Woman Hit By Car During Hannibal Disturbance

Woman Hit By Car During Hannibal Disturbance

by Jim Dewey

HPD release few details about Sunday afternoon incident

Eight face Federal meth, weapon indictments

Eight face Federal meth, weapon indictments

by Scott Hardy

Picked up during two-month investigation

IllinoisNewsNetwork

University of Illinois program reaches out to provide rural medical care

A small, tight-knit community of medical students is changing the way rural patients receive medical care in Illinois.

Illinois in dire need of comprehensive fiscal, economic policy reform, experts say

Overall, the Illinois economy ranked 34th among the 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia in 2016, according to WalletHub.

When Illinois recommends flu shot, state means flu shot

Flu season is just around the corner, and the state of Illinois is once again recommending that people get flu shots.

FoxNews

Police officer shot, wounded in suburban New York City

A police officer has been shot and wounded in suburban New York City.

Virgin Islands bracing for long recovery after one-two punch from Irma, Maria

Some 1,200 U.S. National Guardsmen are helping residents in St. Croix dig out after Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

Police: Tennessee church shooting suspect sent suicidal text

Witnesses and police described a chaotic scene as a masked attacker armed with two guns shot seven people, killing one, in a Tennessee church before he was subdued.

IllinoisPolicy

Cook County beverage sales decline in wake of pop tax

A new report from Can the Tax and the Illinois Food Retailers Association shows that beverage sales for Cook County retailers are down since 2016.

Rauner vetoes cursive writing mandate

A bill that would have mandated cursive writing instruction in public elementary schools contained an unknown cost for school districts.

Illinois state budget already in deficit despite record $5 billion tax hike

With the 2018 budget set to spend at least $1.3 billion more than it takes in, members of the General Assembly have hoodwinked Illinoisans once again.

Illinois state Sen. Dave Syverson supports gas tax hike

Illinois state Sen. Dave Syverson, R-Rockford, joins state Rep. Dan Brady, R-Bloomington, in supporting an increase in the state’s gas tax.