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Desiree Hawkins (36) for Disobeying a Stop Sign. PTC  Arthur E Bennett (26) 921 N 10th for an original…

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2020 Lewis County Fair cancelled

2020 Lewis County Fair cancelled

by Scott Hardy

Organizers blame COVID-19; Marion County Fair still on

Quincy man pleads Guilty to murder charge

Quincy man pleads Guilty to murder charge

by Scott Hardy

Christopher Huckstep to be sentenced August 7

Quincy man arrested on child porn charge after months' long investigation

Quincy man arrested on child porn charge after months' long investigation

by Scott Hardy

Sidney Shackleton picked up on a warrant Monday night

Election Day in Missouri

Election Day in Missouri

by Scott Hardy

April municipal election was delayed due to COVID-19; Lewis, Ralls County voters to decide school tax measures

Aldermen learn Quincy finances may struggle for up to 5 years

Aldermen learn Quincy finances may struggle for up to 5 years

by Scott Hardy

Short term budget picture improved, due to several grants

No Adams County residents infected with COVID-19

No Adams County residents infected with COVID-19

by Scott Hardy

Health Department tells residents to not let their guard down; social distancing urged

Quincy man dies in motorcycle accident

Quincy man dies in motorcycle accident

by Mary Griffith

Illinois State Police have not identified the victim

Unemployment nearly 13 per cent in Quincy

Unemployment nearly 13 per cent in Quincy

by Scott Hardy

IDES says Adams County rate now at 12 per cent

Quincy Mall to re-open Monday

Quincy Mall to re-open Monday

by Scott Hardy

Owner Cullinan Properties says there will be shortened hours, social distancing in effect

Unemployment jumps in April in Northeast Missouri, Southeast Iowa

Unemployment jumps in April in Northeast Missouri, Southeast Iowa

by Scott Hardy

Up over 3% in both Hannibal and Marion County, over 8% in Lee County

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Op-Ed: Harmon: 'We will be better'

Like many of you, I’ve been reeling and angry after George Floyd’s murder. I’ve been driving through the communities I represent and seeing with my own eyes what’s happened. But I’ve struggled to find the right words, and the last…

Defund law enforcement? Legislative black caucus member and police chiefs have different ideas

(The Center Square) – Amid protest signs seen at demonstrations in Illinois and across the country are calls to “defund the police.” A member of the Illinois Legislative Black Caucus and a law enforcement association have different ideas.

Former Illinois Secretary of State official accused of fraud and theft totaling $350,000

(The Center Square) – A former administrator at the Illinois Secretary of State’s office has been charged with fraud and theft of state resources totaling nearly $350,000.

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WWII flag swiped from Reno City Hall during George Floyd unrest is returned

An American flag from a World War II battleship stolen from its display after people broke into the Reno City Hall on Saturday amid protests in Nevada over the death of George Floyd was anonymously returned Tuesday.

This Day in History: June 5

Sen. Robert F. Kennedy is shot and mortally wounded after claiming victory in California's Democratic presidential primary in L.A. Ronald Reagan dies.

Buffalo protester pushed to ground, starts bleeding, video shows; 2 cops suspended: reports

Two Buffalo, N.Y., police officers have been suspended without pay and an internal affairs investigation launched after a shocking video showed officers push an elderly man, who then fell to the ground and started bleeding on the sidewalk, according to reports.

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Illinois’ new unemployment claims remain high

New jobless claims remain several times higher than last year as state begins to test re-opening.

Decatur, Peoria and Elgin hardest hit by job loss during Illinois lockdown

Record April job losses hurt some communities even more than Illinois’ statewide decline of 13.4%.

Everything you need to know about COVID-19 in Illinois

This page will be updated daily to reflect developments related to the spread of COVID-19 in Illinois.

Black, Hispanic women hit hardest after Illinois decreed which jobs were ‘nonessential’

More than 1 in 5 black and Hispanic female workers in Illinois lost their jobs during the first month of the COVID-19 lockdown.