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Quincy has three bids for Air Service

Quincy has three bids for Air Service

by Scott Hardy

Aeronautics Committee to hold Town Hall Tuesday afternoon

Quincy teen pleads Guilty in 2019 shooting death

Quincy teen pleads Guilty in 2019 shooting death

by Scott Hardy

Roger Parker Jr. will be sentenced August 13.

Edina man sentenced in 2019 shooting death of grandson

Edina man sentenced in 2019 shooting death of grandson

by Scott Hardy

Donald Howe, Sr. ordered to pay $1,000 fine

Adams County accepts $6 million in Federal money

Adams County accepts $6 million in Federal money

by Scott Hardy

Travis Cooley named to Board, replaces Barney Bier

Quincy nightclub owner pleads Not Guilty in Easter attack

Quincy nightclub owner pleads Not Guilty in Easter attack

by Scott Hardy

Steve Homan entered that plea in Adams County Circuit Court Tuesday

ADM to spend $25 million on Quincy plant

ADM to spend $25 million on Quincy plant

by Scott Hardy

Will expand refining, storage capacity

Kidnapping trial for Clark County man delayed

Kidnapping trial for Clark County man delayed

by Scott Hardy

Robert Missen to go on trial next Monday

Quincy man charged in Friday stabbing

Quincy man charged in Friday stabbing

by Scott Hardy

Keith Young charged with Attempted Murder

Section of Maine Street to close Monday

Section of Maine Street to close Monday

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City to finish work on Maine from 24th to 30th Streets

Titan reports strong Q1 sales

Titan reports strong Q1 sales

by Scott Hardy

Up 18% from same time last year

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Illinois enters new phase in Pritzker's pandemic reopening plan

(The Center Square) – Illinois is entering another COVID-19 reopening phase that was added by Gov. J.B. Pritzker in March.

Pritzker urged to rescind order waiving requirement unemployed seek work to get benefits

(The Center Square) – The Illinois Manufacturers' Association is asking the governor to end the enhanced unemployment benefits as employers are looking for workers.

Compromise to reduce Illinois’ annual trailer fee from $118 to $36 would increase title fee by $5

(The Center Square) – A compromise could be on the way to reduce the fee on small trailers many Illinoisans have decided not to comply with over the past year.

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Cat leaps from window of burning building in Chicago -- and sticks the landing

A cat landed safely and survived after jumping out of an upper-story window of a burning building in Chicago Thursday, video shows.

Baltimore police investigating officer involved shooting

Baltimore police are investigating a shooting involving police officers Thursday evening, according to the department.

Police swarm home of mortified mom who left her ‘corpse’ outside

A U.K. woman was mortified after an errantly placed Halloween prop prompted a squad of 10 police officers to surround her home on the suspicion that she’d committed murder.

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Illinois lawmakers introduce bill to save scholarships for low-income Illinois families

House Bill 4076 would make the Invest In Kids Act permanent. The Invest in Kids Act provides a tax credit of 75 cents for every $1 donated to qualified scholarship granting institutions, up to a maximum of $1 million dollars. It’s currently set to expire in 2022.

Illinois gas tax about to increase as Pritzker asks Illinoisans to take a drive

When Gov. J.B. Pritzker and state lawmakers doubled the gas tax in 2019, they built in automatic annual increases. The next boost hits July 1. Perfect timing, as Pritzker spends $6 million to ask Illinoisans to take a drive.

Nursing shortage during COVID-19 argues for multi-state licenses in Illinois

Multi-state nursing licenses would help Illinois with long-term senior care, help nurses cross state lines to fight a pandemic and help Illinois face a coming nursing shortage.

79,000 more Illinoisans are in poverty because state can’t fix its culture of corruption

If Illinois could have reduced corruption to the national average, an estimated 79,000 fewer people would be living in poverty, according to an analysis by the Illinois Policy Institute. State lawmakers can help by passing ethics reforms.