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7-Day Forecast: Macomb

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7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

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7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

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Building committee suggests starting process of selling Irving School

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The Quincy School District is beginning the process of disposing of Irving School. The former elementary school at 811 Payson has not been used as a regular school since it closed in the spring of 2008. The building is currently used for storage, but it also houses Teen Reach, an after-school program for at-risk students ages 6 to 17. Business manager Joel Murphy said the district no longer needs the building, and he wants to start the process of either selling it or tearing it down.

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12 vie for Beaux Arts queen title

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The Quincy Art Center celebrates the 84th Beaux Arts Ball, a Quincy tradition, from 7 to 11 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 21. The Oakley-Lindsay Center will once again host the ball, and music will be provided by Mobile Entertainer. The reigning queen, Anna McNay, daughter of Richard and Patricia McNay, will crown the new queen during the coronation ceremony beginning at 8 p.m.
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Pittsfield tables historic preservation, zoning amendment ordinances

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The Pittsfield City Council tabled three ordinances Tuesday night for review and revision. Aldermen want to see more changes in a proposed historic preservation ordinance. About 80 percent of the proposal from the historic preservation advisory committee includes new provisions or recommended changes from existing ordinance, including provisions to designate historic landmarks or districts.

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School Board lowering tax levy, giving property owners even more of a break

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The Quincy School District is giving local property owners an early Christmas present. The School Board's Finance Committee learned Tuesday the district's 2014 property tax levy will be lower than what was originally presented last month, resulting in an even bigger tax break for property owners. More>>

Patio restaurant will reopen sometime between mid-January and Feb. 1

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Those hoping for the Patio restaurant to reopen in time for the holidays will have to wait a little longer. The popular downtown dining site will remain closed until some time between mid-January and Feb. 1, because of water damage related to last Friday's fire in the historic Hotel Elkton. The Patio sits on the bottom floor of the building that houses the 54-unit hotel.

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Quincy driver injured in Pike County, Mo. accident

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A Quincy, Ill., man was injured in a one-vehicle accident at 8:43 a.m. Monday on Route M in Pike County, Mo. James R. Albsmeyer, 43, sought his own medical treatment for minor injuries. The Missouri State Highway... More>>

Gille given Theda Jansen Award for work with disadvantaged children

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Jerry Gille, executive director of the Quincy Housing Authority, was praised as a great role model for children when he was presented the 2014 Theda Jansen award by the Quincy Neighborhood Federation on Tuesday night. More>>

Quincy School District determining process to buy land for new schools

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QUINCY -- A team of Quincy School District officials is planning to establish a set of criteria to be used when buying sites for three K-5 elementary schools to be constructed in Quincy. More>>

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  • Fire leaves Bowen family without home

    Fire leaves Bowen family without home

    Tuesday, December 16 2014 10:48 AM EST2014-12-16 15:48:10 GMT
    BOWEN, Ill. -- A mother and three children are without a home and belongings Tuesday after fire heavily damaged their home on East Davis Street, south of Ill. 94, Monday afternoon. Cathy Goldizen and her children were...
    BOWEN, Ill. -- A mother and three children are without a home and belongings Tuesday after fire heavily damaged their home on East Davis Street, south of Ill. 94, Monday afternoon. Cathy Goldizen and her children were...
  • Blessing Hospital lauded for tissue donation efforts

    Blessing Hospital lauded for tissue donation efforts

    Tuesday, December 16 2014 10:26 AM EST2014-12-16 15:26:09 GMT
    QUINCY -- Blessing Hospital was recognized Monday for its efforts tied to saving and enhancing lives through tissue donation. Blessing was singled out by the Gift of Hope Organ and Tissue Donor Network, headquartered in Itasca, Ill., for the 22 donations it provided in the past year. That ranked Blessing 14th out of 180 hospitals in the Gift of Hope Network's service area.
    QUINCY -- Blessing Hospital was recognized Monday for its efforts tied to saving and enhancing lives through tissue donation. Blessing was singled out by the Gift of Hope Organ and Tissue Donor Network, headquartered in Itasca, Ill., for the 22 donations it provided in the past year. That ranked Blessing 14th out of 180 hospitals in the Gift of Hope Network's service area.

  • City to enforce ban on private garbage haulers if ordinance requiring licenses isn't approved

    City to enforce ban on private garbage haulers if ordinance requiring licenses isn't approved

    Tuesday, December 16 2014 9:42 AM EST2014-12-16 14:42:23 GMT
    If an ordinance requiring licenses for private residential garbage haulers is not adopted by the Quincy City Council soon, the city will begin to enforce its ban on private haulers.
    If an ordinance requiring licenses for private residential garbage haulers is not adopted by the Quincy City Council soon, the city will begin to enforce its ban on private haulers.
  • Judge sets Masterson's bond at $5 million in murder case

    Judge sets Masterson's bond at $5 million in murder case

    Tuesday, December 16 2014 8:58 AM EST2014-12-16 13:58:00 GMT
    QUINCY -- David W. Masterson was formally charged Monday with two counts of first-degree murder involving the weekend death of Jason L. Tournear, and Judge Robert K. Adrian set Masterson's bond at $5 million. Adrian described the actions against Tournear as "exceptional brutal and heinous behavior."
    QUINCY -- David W. Masterson was formally charged Monday with two counts of first-degree murder involving the weekend death of Jason L. Tournear, and Judge Robert K. Adrian set Masterson's bond at $5 million. Adrian described the actions against Tournear as "exceptional brutal and heinous behavior."

  • Eight candidates for Quincy School Board step forward on first day of filing period

    Eight candidates for Quincy School Board step forward on first day of filing period

    Monday, December 15 2014 6:35 PM EST2014-12-15 23:35:36 GMT
    Eight candidates for the April 7 Quincy School Board elections stepped forward to file nominating petitions on Monday, the first day of the weeklong filing period.
    Eight candidates for the April 7 Quincy School Board elections stepped forward to file nominating petitions on Monday, the first day of the weeklong filing period.
  • 'Prison is way better than this': Inmates, staff detail problems with Adams County Jail

    'Prison is way better than this': Inmates, staff detail problems with Adams County Jail

    Monday, December 15 2014 11:44 AM EST2014-12-15 16:44:04 GMT
    A regular joke heard at the Adams County Jail is that Administrator Chad Downs has job security. When cell doors aren't functioning, Downs is the only one who knows how to fix them. The company that manufactured the doors went out of business shortly after they were installed during upgrades in the jail in 1997.
    A regular joke heard at the Adams County Jail is that Administrator Chad Downs has job security. When cell doors aren't functioning, Downs is the only one who knows how to fix them. The company that manufactured the doors went out of business shortly after they were installed during upgrades in the jail in 1997.

  • Quincy traffic accidents decrease in November

    Quincy traffic accidents decrease in November

    Monday, December 15 2014 10:43 AM EST2014-12-15 15:43:20 GMT
    The number of traffic accidents in Quincy in November dropped 12.6 percent compared with the same month a year ago and 26 percent compared with October. Quincy police recorded 83 traffic accidents in November...
    The number of traffic accidents in Quincy in November dropped 12.6 percent compared with the same month a year ago and 26 percent compared with October. Quincy police recorded 83 traffic accidents in November...
  • Madonna House executive director hopes residents consider 'rethinking' Christmas

    Madonna House executive director hopes residents consider 'rethinking' Christmas

    Monday, December 15 2014 10:34 AM EST2014-12-15 15:34:01 GMT
    QUINCY -- Joanne Dedert is asking residents to rethink Christmas this year. "In most cases, a family can only use so much ‘stuff,' " Dedert said. "Instead, I'd like for people to maybe rethink what they are spending on presents, and take even just $10 from that total and put it toward (a charitable cause in the community)."
    QUINCY -- Joanne Dedert is asking residents to rethink Christmas this year. "In most cases, a family can only use so much ‘stuff,' " Dedert said. "Instead, I'd like for people to maybe rethink what they are spending on presents, and take even just $10 from that total and put it toward (a charitable cause in the community)."
  • Juvenile shoplifting suspect hit by vehicle while fleeing security officers

    Juvenile shoplifting suspect hit by vehicle while fleeing security officers

    Sunday, December 14 2014 12:32 AM EST2014-12-14 05:32:36 GMT
    QUINCY -- A juvenile suspected of shoplifting at Wal-Mart was injured Saturday when he was struck by a vehicle while running from the store's loss prevention officers. According to a press release from the Quincy...
    QUINCY -- A juvenile suspected of shoplifting at Wal-Mart was injured Saturday when he was struck by a vehicle while running from the store's loss prevention officers. According to a press release from the Quincy...
  • Blessing Hospital's $70 million construction project right on schedule

    Blessing Hospital's $70 million construction project right on schedule

    Sunday, December 14 2014 12:31 AM EST2014-12-14 05:31:32 GMT
    The end is near. That's Jerry Jackson's assessment of where construction stands for Blessing Hospital's $70.4 million patient care addition, which is "right on schedule" and figures to be completed sometime in the spring.
    The end is near. That's Jerry Jackson's assessment of where construction stands for Blessing Hospital's $70.4 million patient care addition, which is "right on schedule" and figures to be completed sometime in the spring.

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  • Help still needed as Good News campaign enters its final days

    Help still needed as Good News campaign enters its final days

    Sunday, December 14 2014 12:09 AM EST2014-12-14 05:09:03 GMT
    As The Quincy Herald's Whig's annual Good News of Christmas campaign heads into its final days before holiday presents are distributed to 55 needy families Thursday, the need for volunteer assistance and donations remains strong.
    As The Quincy Herald's Whig's annual Good News of Christmas campaign heads into its final days before holiday presents are distributed to 55 needy families Thursday, the need for volunteer assistance and donations remains strong.
  • Avenue of Lights organizers give ultimatum: Help needed now, or display won't return next year

    Avenue of Lights organizers give ultimatum: Help needed now, or display won't return next year

    Friday, December 12 2014 11:10 AM EST2014-12-12 16:10:32 GMT
    QUINCY -- Early indications were not good that a civic organization or group of people will be willing to take over the project. After last week's Avenue of the Lights committee meeting, Groves did several interviews with local TV and radio stations. He said he only got one response to the group's plea for help.
    QUINCY -- This season will be the last for the popular Avenue of the Lights holiday lights display unless new help is found by the end of the month. "We are very, very serious that we need an organization or a group of individuals to come forward and take over the Avenue of the Lights," said John Groves, president of the Avenue of the Lights Inc.

  • City of Quincy meeting planned to settle police contract

    City of Quincy meeting planned to settle police contract

    Friday, December 12 2014 11:00 AM EST2014-12-12 16:00:08 GMT
    QUINCY -- While one mediation session with an arbitrator between the city of Quincy and the bargaining unit representing police officers and sergeants did not result in a contract, the two sides will meet again this month.
    QUINCY -- While one mediation session with an arbitrator between the city of Quincy and the bargaining unit representing police officers and sergeants did not result in a contract, the two sides will meet again this month.
  • QU will work with Los Angeles-based firm for stadium project

    QU will work with Los Angeles-based firm for stadium project

    Friday, December 12 2014 10:27 AM EST2014-12-12 15:27:30 GMT
    QUINCY -- Quincy University is working with Los Angeles-based Public Facilities Investment Corporation (PFIC) to make the recently announced $4 million of improvements to the football and baseball facilities at QU Stadium.
    QUINCY -- Quincy University is working with Los Angeles-based Public Facilities Investment Corporation (PFIC) to make the recently announced $4 million of improvements to the football and baseball facilities at QU Stadium.

  • Construction for new Salvation Army thrift store ahead of schedule

    Construction for new Salvation Army thrift store ahead of schedule

    Friday, December 12 2014 9:44 AM EST2014-12-12 14:44:10 GMT
    QUINCY -- Maj. Andy Miller of the Salvation Army is grateful for the relatively mild winter weather the region has experienced so far this year. The overall lack of biting low temperatures and any major snowfall has permitted construction crews to forge ahead of schedule to have the Salvation Army's new thrift store at 425 Broadway open for business by early summer.
    QUINCY -- Maj. Andy Miller of the Salvation Army is grateful for the relatively mild winter weather the region has experienced so far this year. The overall lack of biting low temperatures and any major snowfall has permitted construction crews to forge ahead of schedule to have the Salvation Army's new thrift store at 425 Broadway open for business by early summer.

  • Teens apprehended after theft of gun from pawn shop

    Teens apprehended after theft of gun from pawn shop

    Thursday, December 11 2014 8:21 PM EST2014-12-12 01:21:36 GMT
    QUINCY -- Two Quincy teens were arrested Thursday after the theft of a .22-caliber rifle from a local pawn shop. Quincy police officers saturated the 400 block of North Seventh after receiving a tip that the suspects...
    QUINCY -- Two Quincy teens were arrested Thursday after the theft of a .22-caliber rifle from a local pawn shop. Quincy police officers saturated the 400 block of North Seventh after receiving a tip that the suspects...
  • Milton woman arrested twice on shoplifting charges

    Milton woman arrested twice on shoplifting charges

    Thursday, December 11 2014 11:38 AM EST2014-12-11 16:38:57 GMT
    QUINCY -- A shopper who allegedly attempted to leave Wal-Mart on Wednesday morning with a cart of merchandise valued at about $800 was held until police arrived.
    QUINCY -- A shopper who allegedly attempted to leave Wal-Mart on Wednesday morning with a cart of merchandise valued at about $800 was held until police arrived.
  • City, Iowa developer end negotiations over Newcomb lot redevelopment

    City, Iowa developer end negotiations over Newcomb lot redevelopment

    Thursday, December 11 2014 10:20 AM EST2014-12-11 15:20:42 GMT
    QUINCY -- Negotiations between the city of Quincy and an Iowa firm involved in the proposed development of the Newcomb Hotel site have ended, with both sides agreeing that a deal cannot be reached.
    QUINCY -- Negotiations between the city of Quincy and an Iowa firm involved in the proposed development of the Newcomb Hotel site have ended, with both sides agreeing that a deal cannot be reached. Mayor Kyle Moore made the announcement at a City Hall press conference Thursday morning. The two sides have been negotiating since the Finance Committee agreed to have a development agreement drafted on Sept. 29.

  • U.S. 67 segment opens at Chapin; highway supporters eye more construction

    U.S. 67 segment opens at Chapin; highway supporters eye more construction

    Thursday, December 11 2014 9:25 AM EST2014-12-11 14:25:04 GMT
    Highway supporters turned out Wednesday to cut the ribbon on a four-lane segment of U.S. 67 that will be a new economic development tool for Western Illinois. Roger Driskell, the Illinois Department of Transportation's deputy director of highways and Region 4 engineer, said the $39.6 million, 6.5-mile project near Chapin is another step toward completing a four-lane corridor from Alton to the Quad Cities.
    CHAPIN, Ill. -- Highway supporters turned out Wednesday to cut the ribbon on a four-lane segment of U.S. 67 that will be a new economic development tool for Western Illinois. Roger Driskell, the Illinois Department of Transportation's deputy director of highways and Region 4 engineer, said the $39.6 million, 6.5-mile project near Chapin is another step toward completing a four-lane corridor from Alton to the Quad Cities.

  • Voters to decide fate of pool

    Voters to decide fate of pool

    Thursday, December 11 2014 9:19 AM EST2014-12-11 14:19:27 GMT
    QUINCY -- It will be up to Quincy's voters to decide the fate of the aging Wavering Aquatic Center. The Quincy Park Board on Wednesday approved language for a $5.5 million referendum to renovate the public pool on the city's northeast side. While the Park Board decided to go the referendum route, it doesn't appear any members are in favor of the project moving forward.
    QUINCY -- It will be up to Quincy's voters to decide the fate of the aging Wavering Aquatic Center. The Quincy Park Board on Wednesday approved language for a $5.5 million referendum to renovate the public pool on the city's northeast side. While the Park Board decided to go the referendum route, it doesn't appear any members are in favor of the project moving forward.
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  • UPDATE: Electrical shortage led to grain bin fire near Palmyra; about 3,000 bushels of corn removed

    UPDATE: Electrical shortage led to grain bin fire near Palmyra; about 3,000 bushels of corn removed

    Wednesday, December 17 2014 11:33 PM EST2014-12-18 04:33:04 GMT
    Crews from two Marion County fire departments battled a grain bin fire at a complex east of Palmyra for 10 hours Wednesday. The Palmyra Fire Department and Hannibal Rural Fire Department responded to the bin, located off Missouri 168, around 8:30 a.m.
    Crews from two Marion County fire departments battled a grain bin fire at a complex east of Palmyra for 10 hours Wednesday. The Palmyra Fire Department and Hannibal Rural Fire Department responded to the bin, located off Missouri 168, around 8:30 a.m.
  • Woman who locked 5-year-old in basement receives two-year prison sentence

    Woman who locked 5-year-old in basement receives two-year prison sentence

    Wednesday, December 17 2014 6:08 PM EST2014-12-17 23:08:41 GMT
    A Quincy woman who admitted to locking her 5-year-old son in a basement on Easter Sunday while she was at work was sentenced to two years in the Illinois Department of Corrections Wednesday. Tricia Franklin, 27, will receive credit for 241 days served in the Adams County Jail, where she has been lodged on $20,000 bond since her April 20 arrest.
    A Quincy woman who admitted to locking her 5-year-old son in a basement on Easter Sunday while she was at work was sentenced to two years in the Illinois Department of Corrections Wednesday. Tricia Franklin, 27, will receive credit for 241 days served in the Adams County Jail, where she has been lodged on $20,000 bond since her April 20 arrest.
  • 12 vie for Beaux Arts queen title

    12 vie for Beaux Arts queen title

    Wednesday, December 17 2014 2:28 PM EST2014-12-17 19:28:52 GMT
    The Quincy Art Center celebrates the 84th Beaux Arts Ball, a Quincy tradition, from 7 to 11 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 21. The Oakley-Lindsay Center will once again host the ball, and music will be provided by Mobile Entertainer. The reigning queen, Anna McNay, daughter of Richard and Patricia McNay, will crown the new queen during the coronation ceremony beginning at 8 p.m.
    The Quincy Art Center celebrates the 84th Beaux Arts Ball, a Quincy tradition, from 7 to 11 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 21. The Oakley-Lindsay Center will once again host the ball, and music will be provided by Mobile Entertainer. The reigning queen, Anna McNay, daughter of Richard and Patricia McNay, will crown the new queen during the coronation ceremony beginning at 8 p.m.
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  • Hannibal Chapter of ARMSE to meet Dec. 19

    Hannibal Chapter of ARMSE to meet Dec. 19

    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The Hannibal Mark Twain Chapter of the Association of Retired Missouri State Employees (ARMSE) will meet at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Dec. 19, in the Nutrition Center, 219 S. 10th St., Hannibal. The Christmas...
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The Hannibal Mark Twain Chapter of the Association of Retired Missouri State Employees (ARMSE) will meet at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Dec. 19, in the Nutrition Center, 219 S. 10th St., Hannibal. The Christmas...
  • Illinois State Police gets new canine K-9

    Illinois State Police gets new canine K-9

    Friday, December 12 2014 12:31 PM EST2014-12-12 17:31:16 GMT
    MACOMB -- The Illinois State District 14 which covers five counties in the west central portion of the state has a new addition – a canine. Drax, a 1 1/2 year-old Belgian Malinois, is trained in narcotics detection, bite...
    MACOMB -- The Illinois State District 14 which covers five counties in the west central portion of the state has a new addition – a canine. Drax, a 1 1/2 year-old Belgian Malinois, is trained in narcotics detection, bite...
  • A Weekend of One-Acts to showcase work of theatre majors

    A Weekend of One-Acts to showcase work of theatre majors

    Friday, December 12 2014 12:17 PM EST2014-12-12 17:17:16 GMT
    CANTON, Mo. -- Culver-Stockton College's performing arts department will showcase the work of five senior theatre majors in "A Weekend of One-Acts," on Saturday, Dec. 13, and Sunday, Dec. 14, in the Mabee Black Box Theatre.
    CANTON, Mo. -- Culver-Stockton College's performing arts department will showcase the work of five senior theatre majors in "A Weekend of One-Acts," on Saturday, Dec. 13, and Sunday, Dec. 14, in the Mabee Black Box Theatre.
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