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Hannibal non-profit gets $1 Million Federal grant

Hannibal non-profit gets $1 Million Federal grant

by Scott Hardy

Douglass Community Services will use money to build new facility.

Water service off for some Hannibal residents

Water service off for some Hannibal residents

by Scott Hardy

Service will shut off at 12:30 P.M. for residents in area shown

Hannibal man's sentencing on Federal charge delayed

Hannibal man's sentencing on Federal charge delayed

by Scott Hardy

Scott Burow's sentencing delayed to March 20

Quncy man jailed after alleged beating outside bar

Quncy man jailed after alleged beating outside bar

by Scott Hardy

Bryan Paden, 40, faces two counts of Aggravated Battery

City of Quincy gets $4 million state loan to improve wastewater treatment plant

City of Quincy gets $4 million state loan to improve wastewater treatment plant

by Scott Hardy

Improvements are meant to stop sewer overflows from going into Mississippi River

Quincy couple plead Guilty to storming Capitol

Quincy couple plead Guilty to storming Capitol

by Scott Hardy

Jason & Christina Gerding admit being in U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021

Quincy man's attempt to expunge charge denied

Quincy man's attempt to expunge charge denied

by Scott Hardy

Drew Clinton wanted 2021 sexual assault charge removed from his record

Quincy restaurant ordered to pay over $40,000 in unpaid wages

Quincy restaurant ordered to pay over $40,000 in unpaid wages

by Scott Hardy

Maya Mexican Restaurant didn't pay some workers overtime, or Federal minimum wage

GREDF launches housing survey

GREDF launches housing survey

by Scott Hardy

Survey to examine housing market in Quincy and Adams County

St. Louis man faces new charges after Adams Co. Jail escape attempt

St. Louis man faces new charges after Adams Co. Jail escape attempt

by Scott Hardy

Ian Havermale tried to break out Sunday night

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Program aims to attract more teachers for rural areas of Illinois

(The Center Square) – An Illinois program aims to address teacher shortages in rural communities and encourage more student-community engagement.


Procedural challenges of Illinois’ gun ban not as successful as other arguments

(The Center Square) – While state-level courts have sided with the equal protections argument in challenges to Illinois’ gun ban, there are other issues some hope get addressed soon.

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Ohio skyline lit up by fireball, black plumes of smoke as toxic chemicals are released from derailed train

Officials in Ohio started the controlled release of toxic chemicals from derailed train cars on Monday afternoon, sending black smoke and flames into the air.

Michigan man who set Planned Parenthood clinic on fire gets 5 years

Joshua Brereton, 25, has been sentenced to five years in prison for arson after a July 2022 incident in which he set fire to a Kalamazoo, Michigan, Planned Parenthood clinic.

New Jersey AG announces charges for officer who shot fleeing suspect in back

Democratic New Jersey Attorney General Matt Platkin has announced assault and misconduct charges against Paterson police officer Jerry Moravek, who shot a fleeing suspect in the back.

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Voting by mail doubles for Chicago mayoral primary

Voting patterns are changing in Chicago, with mail voting doubling since 2011. One-third of all votes in the 2019 primary were sent by mail or cast early.

Here’s a to-do list for Chicago mayoral candidates

Voters will decide the Chicago mayor’s race shortly. Here are the issues and policies the candidates should champion if they want a more prosperous and vibrant city.

Illinois House bill would force Chicago grocers, gas stations to hire armed guards

A state lawmaker wants to force select Chicago businesses to hire full-time, armed security guards.

State retirees get nearly 40% more than what working Illinoisans earn

The typical career state worker collected $82,478 in annual pension benefits, recouping more income in 17 months of retirement than they contributed over 35 years. Working Illinoisans only earned $59,650 a year.