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QPD Blotter

QPD Blotter for November 18, 2017

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Joshua M Kelley 35, Quincy for vandalism. Anthony H Davis 29, Timewell, for uninsured vehicle. Patrick…

Divorces & Lawsuits

Divorces and Lawsuits November 6 through November 10, 2017

Adams County Clerk


Real Estate Transfers

Real Estate Transfers October 30 thru November 10, 2017

Adams County Clerk

RET: October 30 thru November 3   RET: November 6 thru 10

In Your Backyard

The White Pages:The Only Thing Normal in My Life…

The White Pages:The Only Thing Normal in My Life…

Bobbe White

  It was one of those days, when the universe says, “Not so fast, Kid!” Life is easy peasy? Watch this…” Most…

The White Pages: HERE SHE GOES AGAIN!

The White Pages:   HERE SHE GOES AGAIN!

Bobbe White

“Here she goes again” are the words in a bubble (i.e. caption) that my husband, Jeff, is playing on a…

The Griffith Files: POSITIVE THOUGHTS

The Griffith Files: POSITIVE THOUGHTS

Mary Griffith

It may seem harder today to find something positive to say about Quincy public school administration…

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One person hurt in crash on US 24 in Brown County

One person hurt in crash on US 24 in Brown County

by Scott Hardy

Caused highway to be closed for several hours

More details released about illegal deer hunting in Pike, Adams Counties

More details released about illegal deer hunting in Pike, Adams Counties

by Scott Hardy

Illinois Department of Natural Resources Conservation Police conducted sweep earlier this month

Heartland Creamery to be sold

Heartland Creamery to be sold

by Scott Hardy

Sale to LaClare Family Creamery of Malone WI finished in "next several weeks"

Shots fired in Hannibal

Shots fired in Hannibal

by Jim Dewey

Officers of the Hannibal Police Department responded to the 100 block of Pioneer Trail Thursday night…

Senator Tracy says Task Force will take comprehensive look at sex harassment

Senator Tracy says Task Force will take comprehensive look at sex harassment

by Scott Hardy

Appeared Thursday on News Round Table

JWCC wants lower property tax rate

JWCC wants lower property tax rate

by Scott Hardy

Board wants to "minimize the impact on property taxes"

IllinoisNewsNetwork

Illinois' 2017 legislative session described as one of the worst for business in decades

Business advocates say lawmakers in Springfield have been some of the least job-friendly in decades.

Experts: Not many options to fix Illinois’ worst in the nation pension problem

Illinois has the worst funded public sector pensions in the country, and those who know the numbers well say there’s not much that can be done to fix it.

Data, not politics, to be focal point of Illinois voter crosscheck hearing

Illinois election managers will meet Monday to talk about the now-controversial Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck program.

FoxNews

California gunman targeted neighbor, neighbor's son in rampage, witness says

The shooter who killed five people in a rural northern California community Tuesday apparently targeted his neighbor and the neighbor's 7-year-old son due to a long-simmering feud, another neighbor told a local newspaper Friday.

Servicemen killed in WWII to finally be buried in California

Two U.S. servicemen whose remains were identified more than six decades after they were killed overseas during World War II will finally get funerals in their California hometowns.

'Faithful' Detroit priest beatified by Catholic church

A priest who wasn't allowed to preach instead turned his ears and heart to the needy.

IllinoisPolicy

Cook County retirees to outnumber active employees in 2 years

Recently released data shows retirees outpacing active employees, adding pressure to an already stressed pension fund.

Report: Madigan and his local alderman violated ethics laws

A new report shows how 13th Ward Chicago Alderman Marty Quinn and Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan diverted tens of thousands of dollars in public funds toward political purposes.

Illinoisans’ no good, very bad year

The biggest obstacle Illinoisans face in Springfield remains the same: an all-powerful House speaker, and members of both parties who are all too eager to kowtow.

Chicago poised to divert millions of tax dollars to private health provider

Under the guise of rehabilitating underserved communities, City Hall preps another massive tax transfer to a private company.

MissouriTimes