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Mattew Dearing, 39, Quincy on a Pike County warrant for FTA-Possession of Meth. Lodged Tina M. Edwards,…

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Divorces and Lawsuits January 8 through January 12, 2018

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Real Estate Transfers November 20th thru December 8th, 2017

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Cancelations and delays for 1-16-18

by Jim Dewey

Beardstown Closed Beardstown Christian Academy Closed Bluffs Closed Tuesday Brown County Schools Closed…

Hannibal Salvation Army beats fund-raising goal

Hannibal Salvation Army beats fund-raising goal

by Scott Hardy

Quincy branch to announce results Tuesday

School closings and delays 1-15-18

by Jim Dewey

Canton -2 hour delay Scotland County - 2 hour delay Bluffs Closed

Martineau gets 20 years in prison

Martineau gets 20 years in prison

by Scott Hardy

Sentenced Friday in Adams County

Stone sentenced to 15 years in prison

Stone sentenced to 15 years in prison

by Scott Hardy

Hannibal man admitted molesting step-daughter

Strategic Plan hearing set for January 23

Strategic Plan hearing set for January 23

by Scott Hardy

Plan Commission will meet on making recommendation to City Council

Winter Weather Advisory in effect

Winter Weather Advisory in effect

by Scott Hardy

Signals return of colder weather

Hannibal man arrested in alleged knife-point robbery

Hannibal man arrested in alleged knife-point robbery

by Scott Hardy

Joshua Watkins charged with unlawful use of a weapon

Vatterott to close Quincy campus in October

Vatterott to close Quincy campus in October

by Scott Hardy

55 students set to graduate before closing

Cancellations and early dismissals for 1/11

by Jim Dewey

Illinois Bushnell-Prairie City Closing at 1:00 PM Camp Point Central Closing at 1:00 PM No afternoon…

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Central Illinois library celebrating bicentennial with film series

The Illinois bicentennial is later this year, and one public library is celebrating with a yearlong series of films.

If population loss continues, Illinois projected to lose two congressmen

Illinois’ continual population losses could have two of their members of Congress left without a seat at the turn of the decade.

Op-ed: The conquest for equal rights from 1774 to 1964

We are blessed to have heroes such as Thomas Paine and Dr. Martin Luther King, who stood up to guarantee equal access to liberty in our hallowed nation.

FoxNews

Four cops shot in South Carolina, suspect in custody

The suspected shooter was in custody early Tuesday morning after a gunman opened fire on several South Carolina law enforcement officers, striking four of them, authorities said.

Man sought for 16 years is captured across state line

A man wanted by New Hampshire authorities for 16 years has been captured just across the state line in Massachusetts.

Kids chained in Calif. house of horrors; parents arrested

A 17-year-old girl called police after escaping from her family's home where she and her 12 brothers and sisters were locked up in filthy conditions, some so malnourished officers at first believed all were children even though seven are adults.

IllinoisPolicy

Cook County state’s attorney approved $2M property tax settlement for Alderman Ed Burke’s client

The office of Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx signed off on a $2 million property tax settlement with the property tax firm headed by Foxx campaign donor Alderman Ed Burke.

Giant sucking sound: Illinois lost $3.4B in income to neighboring states since 2010

Policy failures have resulted in a steady stream of income flowing to neighboring states.

It can be done: Northern Illinois village cuts property tax levy 10 percent

The village of Lakewood is making encouraging reforms in a county where residents pay some of the highest property taxes in the nation.

Illinois overrun with local governments, but consolidation still proving difficult

One community in northern Illinois’ McHenry County is a case study on the glacial pace of consolidation in a state with the most units of local government – and some of the highest property taxes – in the nation.