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Ryanna Kelley (24) 833 S 5th for shoplifting at 5211 Broadway. NTA   Samuel Garr (72) 1321 N. 5th for…

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Guthrie resigns as head of The District

Guthrie resigns as head of The District

by Scott Hardy

Will become President/CEO of Quincy Area Chamber November 15

Over 100 Illinois school districts sued over mask mandates

Over 100 Illinois school districts sued over mask mandates

by Scott Hardy

Eleven West-Central Illinois schools are in the suit, including QPS

Two charged with giving kids meth, disfiguring a disabled child

Two charged with giving kids meth, disfiguring a disabled child

by Scott Hardy

Zechariah Wigfell, 36, and Stephanie Hendricks, 32 both in Adams County Jail

Quincy murder trial delayed again

Quincy murder trial delayed again

by Scott Hardy

October 25th trial date for Travis Wiley stricken Monday

Macomb man arrested for several burglaries

Macomb man arrested for several burglaries

by Scott Hardy

Toby Chambers, 25, is thought to have committed burglaries in Adams, Brown and Pike Counties.

Former Center City Clerk sentenced to Federal prison

Former Center City Clerk sentenced to Federal prison

by Scott Hardy

Tracey Ray sentenced to 18 months, will also have to pay back nearly $315,000

Palmyra Superintendent to retire

Palmyra Superintendent to retire

by Scott Hardy

Kirt Malone will retire June 30

City planning on how to spend ARPA money

City planning on how to spend ARPA money

by Scott Hardy

City has first half of $5.4 million it will get over two years

152nd Adams County resident dies of COVID-19

152nd Adams County resident dies of COVID-19

by Scott Hardy

59th McDonough County resident also has died of the virus

Memphis, TN man accused of kidnapping back in Adams County

Memphis, TN man accused of kidnapping back in Adams County

by Scott Hardy

Mario Mason's being held on $2 million bond

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State unveils plan for vaccinating children aged 5 to 11

(The Center Square) – The state of Illinois is readying plans to vaccinate school-aged children younger than 12 against the coronavirus.

Day care group warns vaccine mandates will lead to less access

(The Center Square) – Operators of licensed day cares in Illinois say the governor’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate on the industry will make a staffing crisis even more acute.

Illinois deals with shortage of mental health workers

(The Center Square) – The mental health and behavioral health industry in Illinois continues to deal with worker shortages.

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Boise police respond to ‘shots fired’ at mall, 5 people and a cop injured

Boise police on Monday responded to reports of “shots fired” at a mall on N. Milwaukee where multiple people were injured. Officers said that five people and a police officer were injured.

Maya Millete’s family praying Larry Millete will lead police to remains: 'We believe he's not that evil'

Larry Millete pleaded not guilty last week to murdering his wife, who disappeared from their Chula Vista home more than nine months ago, but her family is now praying that he'll reverse course and lead authorities to her remains.

Prince Andrew case: Judge overseeing Giuffre lawsuit signals OK for trial, orders depositions by July 2022

A federal judge in New York has ordered that depositions in the civil lawsuit filed by Virginia Roberts Giuffre against Prince Andrew must be completed by July 14 of next year, effectively signaling he is ready to move the case to trial, court records show. 

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Illinois imposes tricky taxes on Halloween treats

Taxes are different on different types of candy in Illinois, with some brands taxed six times more than others. Just because you can eat it, doesn’t mean Illinois’ tax policy sees it as food.

Tricky Halloween rules are no treat in Illinois cities

Put on a costume, grab a bag and get free treats? It’s not so simple in Illinois, where cities’ Halloween rules restrict the simple fun.

Pritzker mandates day care center workers get COVID-19 vaccine or get tested

The list of workers Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker is demanding get vaccinated or tested for COVID-19 has grown to include licensed day care centers. Pritzker’s mandate affects 55,000 workers.

Amendment 1 would give Illinois government union bosses nation’s most extreme powers

No other state constitutions guarantee unmitigated powers to government unions, and 28 state constitutions don’t even find a need to mention labor.