Contractors working on the new Champ Clark Bridge will provide the first in a series of monthly updates to the community this Saturday.
A delegation from the tri-state area will be heading to Washington, D.C., later this month to seek legislative support for several flood control and navigation initiatives along the Mississippi and Illinois rivers.
Missouri's Highway 54 Coalition crossed the river Thursday morning to hold its monthly meeting in Pike County, Ill. The coalition wants to have a shared four-lane highway developed on U.S. 54 from Mexico, Mo., to Louisiana, Mo.
As local residents have gone through the process to become drivers for ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft, there have been no clear rules on how -- or whether -- they could operate in Quincy. Corporation Counsel Lonnie Dunn is trying to change that.
Two Northeast Missouri legislators say they are hopeful the Legislature will consider a panel's recommendation to increase the state's 17-cent fuel tax by 10 cents for gas and 12 cents for diesel to finance road and bridge work.
SkyWest Airlines will tweak its arrival-departure schedule at Quincy Regional Airport starting Monday, moving up its morning departure by 13 minutes.
The Pike County Board plans to file a lawsuit against the Valley City Drainage District over work that affected a county bridge. Coming out of closed session Tuesday night, the board authorized the Pike County state's attorney to file the lawsuit.
J.D. Walker returned to Quincy on Friday with three wreaths to lay on the graves of some local veterans.
Curiosity drew dozens of Pike County and Scott County residents out for an informational open house Thursday night on the Illinois Department of Transportation's plans for the future of the Florence Bridge spanning the Illinois River.