State Rep. Craig Redmon, R-Canton, and Rep. Jim Hansen, R-Frankford, both agree: Something needs to be done in Northeast Missouri and nationwide to reduce individual and government health care costs, incentivise wellness and control opioid distribution.
Peggy Crim is stepping down as Quincy city treasurer. “It has become increasingly clear that growing family obligations require more of my time than this job allows. I need to continue to put my family first and to do that it is only fair to the city, and to the treasurer's office, that I step aside,” Crim said.
Mayor Kyle Moore was told about a manhole at an intersection that was causing problems for one constituent who attended Wednesday's Mayor in the Park event. Others who attended talked about nuisance properties or issues in their neighborhoods.
Twelve properties are being recommended to the Quincy City Council as part of the fix-or-flatten program after the Finance Committee reviewed the list Monday.
The chief operating office for a local energy consultant firm believes the firm that runs the city of Quincy's electric aggregation program is not properly managing it.
Bob Bangert Park along North Bottom Road could soon see a major makeover to bring its visitors closer to nature.
Five airlines are vying for a federal contract to serve Quincy Regional Airport, and some of the proposals would offer flights to Chicago as well as St. Louis. Click for copies of all proposals from the five companies.
Continuing the work of the Bill Klingner Trail continues to be a priority of the Quincy Park District, but which section of the trail that follows the path of Cedar Creek and how to pay for it remain in the air.
Mayor Kyle Moore will hold his first Lunch in the Park with the Mayor from noon to 1 p.m. June 21, in Washington Park.