The families of 11 Illinois Veterans Home residents who died from Legionnaires' disease have sued the state of Illinois, claiming their loved ones died as a result of negligence.
Probable cause was found in the case of a Quincy man who was arrested last month after police said more than 400 grams of methamphetamine were found during a traffic stop in the vehicle he was driving.
Sabina and Jim Cottrell will close Jimbeana's, the casual dining spot they own at 120 S. 10th, on Saturday night. "We just want some more free time," Sabina Cottrell said.
The Adams County Board called an emergency meeting Tuesday night to approve a $25 million bond to finance construction of the new Adams County Jail.
Dot Foods has completed an almost $3 million renovation and expansion of its frozen warehouse break room at the company's Mount Sterling facility. Announced in March, the expansion added 5,000 square feet to the interior of the break room.
A Quincy man could be sentenced to life in prison if convicted of two counts of predatory criminal sexual assault of a child.
A Keokuk, Iowa, woman and her three children were able to safely escape a vehicle that had crashed into the Mississippi River Monday night west of Ursa.
The Quincy Police Department issued 63 seat belt citations as part of last month's 10-day "Click It or Ticket" campaign. The department joined the campaign from Nov. 17 to 27 along with other state and local law enforcement agencies in Illinois.
A strong U.S. stock market this year has helped boost the health of Quincy's fire and police pensions, but the state's pension actuarial has recommended a higher overall contribution in the coming year.