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Linda R May (74) South Jacksonville, IL for Improper Turn Private Drive at 29th and Broadway. PTC William…

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Tin Dusters return to Quincy this weekend

Tin Dusters return to Quincy this weekend

by Scott Hardy

Several streets in downtown closed Friday and Saturday

Former Sycamore building named for Quincy war hero

Former Sycamore building named for Quincy war hero

by Jim Dewey

Vets will start moving into Lester Hammond Hall in January

Monroe City woman accused of selling meth in Hannibal

Monroe City woman accused of selling meth in Hannibal

by Scott Hardy

Kimberly Mayfield due in court Friday

Vets Home Master Plan open house set for Thursday

Vets Home Master Plan open house set for Thursday

by Jim Dewey

Event set for 4-7 PM at Lippincott Hall

Quincy plan to keep storm, sewer runoffs separate adopted by EPA

Quincy plan to keep storm, sewer runoffs separate adopted by EPA

by Scott Hardy

Revised plan to be implemented over 20 years with no additional rate hikes

Lee County economic group eliminates CEO position

Lee County economic group eliminates CEO position

by Scott Hardy

Lee Co. Economic Development Group focusing on 5-year plan

Over 1200 people already cast ballots in Adams County

Over 1200 people already cast ballots in Adams County

by Scott Hardy

County Clerk Chuck Venvertloh says office open this Saturday

Council Okays Riverfront Bonds

Council Okays Riverfront Bonds

Construction could begin this fall

Hannibal's riverfront project got its funding Tuesday night as city council members gave first reading…

Durbin wants closer monitoring of Beardstown pork plant

Durbin wants closer monitoring of Beardstown pork plant

by Scott Hardy

JBS accused of dumping nitrogen into tributary of Illinois River

Palmyra schools to get $4,000 in seized cash

Palmyra schools to get $4,000 in seized cash

by Scott Hardy

Marion Co. Prosecutor David Clayton announced bequest

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IllinoisNewsNetwork

Should Illinois kill its ‘death tax?’

After the federal government and the majority of states have scrapped it, should Illinois do away with its “death tax?”

Chances of hitting deer while driving doubles in fall in Illinois

The fall season is expected to bring the highest number of vehicular deer collision in Illinois.

Five people in Illinois sick in multi-state Salmonella outbreak

Illinois is one of 29 states dealing with a stubborn salmonella outbreak.

FoxNews

Kremlin concerned over Trump's decision to leave arms treaty

The Kremlin says it is concerned about U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from a landmark nuclear weapons treaty.

3 dead, 7 wounded on Sunday in Chicago, capping off bloody weekend

Three people were fatally shot and seven others wounded in what amounted to another violent weekend for Chicago, The Chicago Sun-Times reported. 

Massive Georgia manhunt for suspect authorities say pulled trigger in officer’s death

The 18-year-old suspect, who shot and killed a Georgia cop near a middle school this weekend, is the focus of an intense multi-agency dragnet Monday, authorities said.The 18-year-old suspect, who shot and killed a Georgia cop near a middle school this weekend, is the focus of an intense multi-agency dragnet Monday, authorities said.

IllinoisPolicy

Pensions, debt push Oak Lawn toward ‘junk’ credit rating

The Chicago suburb is facing severe fiscal challenges brought about by its unsustainable pension burden and $75 million in debt – a trend that has become too common among Illinois municipalities.

Illinois added 2,800 jobs in September, still lags nation

Since December 2017, the rest of the U.S. has expanded payrolls 80 percent faster than Illinois.

These Illinois Halloween laws might scare you

Scraping through a few hundred municipal codes in Illinois didn’t turn up any trick-or-treat ordinances allowing for jail time. But fines associated with age limits, curfews, masks and more were aplenty.

Report: Illinois’ budget health is the worst in the nation

A new university study ranks Illinois last of all 50 states for fiscal health. Pension reform and spending caps are essential for recovery.