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  • Riots in Baltimore raise questions about police response

    Riots in Baltimore raise questions about police response

    Tuesday, April 28 2015 9:47 AM EDT2015-04-28 13:47:28 GMT
    National Guard troops fanned out through the city, shield-bearing police officers blocked the streets and firefighters doused still-simmering blazes early Tuesday as a growing area of Baltimore shuddered from riots following the funeral of a black man who died in police custody.
    National Guard troops fanned out through the city, shield-bearing police officers blocked the streets and firefighters doused still-simmering blazes early Tuesday as a growing area of Baltimore shuddered from riots following the funeral of a black man who died in police custody.

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7-Day Forecast: Quincy

Tuesday
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  • 70°
  • 45°

Mainly sunny

Wednesday
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  • 71°
  • 47°

Mostly sunny

Thursday
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  • 69°
  • 45°

Mainly sunny

Friday
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  • 71°
  • 55°

More sun than clouds

Saturday
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  • 78°
  • 58°

Partly cloudy

Sunday
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  • 62°

Partly cloudy

Monday
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  • 76°
  • 56°

Afternoon showers and thunderstorms

Currently in Quincy as of

  • 67°(Feels like 67°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: NNE @ 10 mph
  • Barometer: 30.09 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:09:59 am
  • Sunset: 07:57:01 pm
  • Humidity: 36
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 7

7-Day Forecast: Macomb

Tuesday
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  • 71°
  • 45°

Abundant sunshine

Wednesday
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  • 41°

More sun than clouds

Thursday
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Sunshine

Friday
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More sun than clouds

Saturday
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Cloudy

Sunday
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A few morning showers

Monday
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Showers and thunderstorms late

Currently in Macomb as of

  • 68°(Feels like 68°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: N @ 8 mph, gusting to 18 mph
  • Barometer: 30.09 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:05:53 am
  • Sunset: 07:55:03 pm
  • Humidity: 31
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 7

7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

Tuesday
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  • 69°
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Abundant sunshine

Wednesday
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Plenty of sun

Thursday
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A few clouds

Friday
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Sunny

Saturday
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Morning clouds followed by afternoon sun

Sunday
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  • 62°

Mostly sunny

Monday
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  • 78°
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Thunderstorms developing in the afternoon

Currently in Pittsfield as of

  • 66°(Feels like 66°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: @ 0 mph
  • Barometer: 30.1 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:08:03 am
  • Sunset: 07:53:55 pm
  • Humidity: 37
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 7

7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

Tuesday
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  • 71°
  • 47°

Sunny

Wednesday
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  • 74°
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A few clouds

Thursday
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  • 68°
  • 44°

A few clouds

Friday
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Abundant sunshine

Saturday
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  • 79°
  • 60°

Afternoon showers and thunderstorms

Sunday
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  • 82°
  • 63°

A few clouds

Monday
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  • 79°
  • 58°

Showers and thunderstorms late

Currently in Hannibal as of

  • 70°(Feels like 70°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: NNW @ 14 mph, gusting to 17 mph
  • Barometer: 30.1 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:10:36 am
  • Sunset: 07:56:47 pm
  • Humidity: 25
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 7

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Quincy
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Gene Grawe Fund nears $1 million mark in tuition assistance for Quincy's Catholic schools

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More than 500 families will receive tuition assistance to be used at Quincy's Catholic schools next year, thanks to scholarships from the Gene Grawe Fund. Fund administrators announced Sunday that $188,609 was made available to 523 families for the 2015-16 school year, bringing the total raised since 2005 to $959,955.
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Pike County wants Schock to cover special election costs

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Pike County expects to spend up to $110,000 on special elections to replace Aaron Schock, and it wants the former congressman to cover the cost. More>>

Pike leaning toward west Pittsfield site for ambulance building; no action taken on landfill proposal

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The Pike County Board is leaning toward a site on the western edge of Pittsfield for a new ambulance building rather than renovating the service's current home near Illini Community Hospital. In addition, board members took no action Monday on the proposed host county agreement with Hickory Ridge Landfill after listening to questions and concerns from residents. More>>

Treasurer wants to help Illinoisians of all ages make wise financial decisions

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Illinois Treasurer Mike Frerichs wants to help people attain the American dream. During a session at John Wood Community College Monday afternoon, Frerichs said an audit of his office helps point the way toward things that could help Illinois families accomplish their goals.

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Aldermen narrowly approve budget that cuts police, fire

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Quincy aldermen voted 8-6 Monday night to approve a nearly $32 million spending plan for fiscal 2016 that calls for the elimination of four vacant police officer positions and the shuttering of Fire Station 6 at 24th and Cedar. The budget contains a little more than $1 million in reductions, with more than $700,000 coming from the Police and Fire departments.  More>>

Three aldermen say goodbye during final regular meeting

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The Quincy City Council said farewell to three aldermen during their last regular meeting Monday night. Aldermen Glenda "LeXze" Mann, R-1, Steve Duesterhaus, D-2, and Jim Musolino, R-6, were presented with gifts from Mayor Kyle Moore.

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Hannibal Regional Healthcare System to donate former clinic to Canton Community Center organization

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A brick building with a history of meeting Canton's health needs will take on another community service role as early as this summer. Hannibal Regional Healthcare System is donating a 2,500-square-foot facility to Canton Community Center, Inc., a newly-formed not-for-profit organization planning to launch a hub for personal development and community unification in June.

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At least 75 arrests made at underage drinking party in Brown County

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At least 75 of an estimated 200 juveniles were arrested at an underage drinking party early Sunday morning in Buckhorn Township in Brown County. Brown County State's Attorney Mark Vincent said Monday no charges have been filed against anyone involved in the incident. He said he is still waiting on police reports. More>>

HEALTH NOTEBOOK: Free sports training program to be held Thursday at Kroc Center

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Athletes currently in grades 6 through 8 are invited to a free sports training program at the Kroc Center on Thursday, April 30, hosted by Blessing Orthopedic Services. More>>

New Dollar General to solve grocery problems for Mendon residents

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Construction of a Dollar General store at the east edge of Mendon has become the talk of the town. More>>

Eric Paslay, Craig Wayne Boyd to perform at Adams County Fair

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Country music artist Eric Paslay will headline the 2015 Star Concert at this year's Adams County Fair with Craig Wayne Boyd as the opening act. Paslay is known for hits "Friday Night" and "Song about a Girl," while Boyd is a winner of NBC's "The Voice." More>>

3-D mammography will provide more precise diagnosis

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The future has arrived, in terms of breast cancer screening at the Hannibal Clinic. A new 3-D mammography process, which will be available in May, offers a better chance to diagnose breast cancer earlier, and at more treatable stages. The Blessing Breast Center will also be adding 3-D mammography this summer, and Quincy Medical Group expects to add the technology.


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Quincy's 175th anniversary giving Dogwood celebration a boost

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It seems that everyone loves a birthday party. With Quincy ready to celebrate its 175th anniversary during the annual Dogwood Festival this week, many want to be part of the special celebration. Organizers say all of the spots for Saturday's parade are filled, something that had not happened in 45 previous Dogwood parades.

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  • Gervasi among finalists for Mercyhurst University presidency

    Gervasi among finalists for Mercyhurst University presidency

    Sunday, April 26 2015 2:38 AM EDT2015-04-26 06:38:57 GMT
    QUINCY, Ill. -- Quincy University President Robert Gervasi is one of four finalists for the presidency of Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pa. Gervasi was selected as one of the final four after interviews last week with a pool of nine candidates, according to a www.goerie.com report.
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  • Aldermen have until Thursday to decide on budget that cuts police, fire

    Aldermen have until Thursday to decide on budget that cuts police, fire

    Sunday, April 26 2015 2:35 AM EDT2015-04-26 06:35:56 GMT
    Quincy firefighter Matt Jennings performs a radio check during a shift change and overall readiness check Friday morning at Fire Station 6 at 24th and Cedar. | H-W Photo/Steve BohnstedtQuincy firefighter Matt Jennings performs a radio check during a shift change and overall readiness check Friday morning at Fire Station 6 at 24th and Cedar. | H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt
    QUINCY -- Quincy aldermen must decide whether they want to cut $1 million from the fiscal 2016 budget now as a preemptive move in case state aid is reduced, or wait to see how much of Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner's legislative agenda gets through the General Assembly.
    QUINCY -- Quincy aldermen must decide whether they want to cut $1 million from the fiscal 2016 budget now as a preemptive move in case state aid is reduced, or wait to see how much of Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner's legislative agenda gets through the General Assembly.
  • Your Turn with ... Jeremy Wombles

    Your Turn with ... Jeremy Wombles

    Sunday, April 26 2015 2:01 AM EDT2015-04-26 06:01:08 GMT
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... a superhero. Typically I would pretend to be Superman or Spider-Man. What would you rather be doing right now? I like taking trips. Locally, I enjoy visiting wineries, new...
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... a superhero. Typically I would pretend to be Superman or Spider-Man. What would you rather be doing right now? I like taking trips. Locally, I enjoy visiting wineries, new...
  • Ralls County R-II moving closer toward centralized elementary school

    Ralls County R-II moving closer toward centralized elementary school

    Sunday, April 26 2015 2:00 AM EDT2015-04-26 06:00:31 GMT
    CENTER, Mo. -- The Ralls County R-II School District hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for a centralized elementary school this month. The 48,500-square-foot building that will house students in preschool through fifth grade will join Mark Twain Junior and Senior high schools on the same campus off Mo. 19.
    CENTER, Mo. -- The Ralls County R-II School District hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for a centralized elementary school this month. The 48,500-square-foot building that will house students in preschool through fifth grade will join Mark Twain Junior and Senior high schools on the same campus off Mo. 19.

  • Kahoka couple organize autism awareness event in support of son

    Kahoka couple organize autism awareness event in support of son

    Sunday, April 26 2015 1:55 AM EDT2015-04-26 05:55:07 GMT
    KAHOKA, Mo. -- April Dean said recognizing early signs of autism helped her son, Dantae, get the therapies he needs to succeed at school and at home. April said she noticed unusual behavior in Dantae when he was 1 year old. He didn't recognize his name or his family, and he wouldn't make eye contact. Dantae wasn't talking, either.

    KAHOKA, Mo. -- April Dean said recognizing early signs of autism helped her son, Dantae, get the therapies he needs to succeed at school and at home. April said she noticed unusual behavior in Dantae when he was 1 year old. He didn't recognize his name or his family, and he wouldn't make eye contact. Dantae wasn't talking, either.


  • Retiring DeClue gratified with creating JWCC music program from scratch

    Retiring DeClue gratified with creating JWCC music program from scratch

    Sunday, April 26 2015 1:48 AM EDT2015-04-26 05:48:10 GMT
    QUINCY -- Gary DeClue's voice has a sense of accomplishment -- and rightly so. DeClue, 62, is retiring as fine arts professor and department chairman at John Wood Community College. He built the college's fine arts department from scratch, starting in 1991.
    QUINCY -- Gary DeClue's voice has a sense of accomplishment -- and rightly so. DeClue, 62, is retiring as fine arts professor and department chairman at John Wood Community College. He built the college's fine arts department from scratch, starting in 1991.

  • HEALTH NOTEBOOK: Blessing Breast Center hosting 'spa day'

    HEALTH NOTEBOOK: Blessing Breast Center hosting 'spa day'

    Sunday, April 26 2015 1:24 AM EDT2015-04-26 05:24:13 GMT
    The Blessing Breast Center is hosting a special "spa day" on Friday, May 8 in honor of Mother's Day. The 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. event will feature a number of free offerings, including demonstrations, paraffin hand dips, chair massages, raffles and refreshments.
    The Blessing Breast Center is hosting a special "spa day" on Friday, May 8 in honor of Mother's Day. The 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. event will feature a number of free offerings, including demonstrations, paraffin hand dips, chair massages, raffles and refreshments.

  • New Salem man wants more public involvement in host county agreement with landfill

    New Salem man wants more public involvement in host county agreement with landfill

    Sunday, April 26 2015 1:17 AM EDT2015-04-26 05:17:37 GMT
     Tom Leahy wants Pike County residents to get involved in helping the Pike County Board decide on a host county agreement with Hickory Ridge Landfill.
     Tom Leahy wants Pike County residents to get involved in helping the Pike County Board decide on a host county agreement with Hickory Ridge Landfill.

  • Barry woman tabbed 20th CNA of the Year

    Barry woman tabbed 20th CNA of the Year

    Friday, April 24 2015 11:58 PM EDT2015-04-25 03:58:56 GMT
    Mary Puffenberger, named the Certified Nursing Assistant of the Year on Friday, has never had a desire to do anything else. Puffenberger was the 20th recipient of the CNA of the Year Award, which was revealed during a luncheon at the Laura Kent Donahue Education Center inside the Quincy Senior and Family Resource Center. She was selected from a field of 13 candidates. 
    Mary Puffenberger, named the Certified Nursing Assistant of the Year on Friday, has never had a desire to do anything else. Puffenberger was the 20th recipient of the CNA of the Year Award, which was revealed during a luncheon at the Laura Kent Donahue Education Center inside the Quincy Senior and Family Resource Center. She was selected from a field of 13 candidates. 
  • State grant cut leads to service reductions for Quincy Transit Lines

    State grant cut leads to service reductions for Quincy Transit Lines

    Friday, April 24 2015 11:52 PM EDT2015-04-25 03:52:45 GMT

    Quincyans who rely on Quincy Transit Lines can expect to see less service in the coming year because of projected cuts from the state of Illinois. Marty Stegeman, director of Central Services and Quincy Transit Lines, said the number of buses will be reduced to two from eight on Saturdays. The disabled and elderly will see one less bus Monday through Friday and only one bus on weekends.

    Quincyans who rely on Quincy Transit Lines can expect to see less service in the coming year because of projected cuts from the state of Illinois. Marty Stegeman, director of Central Services and Quincy Transit Lines, said the number of buses will be reduced to two from eight on Saturdays. The disabled and elderly will see one less bus Monday through Friday and only one bus on weekends.

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  • Opposition to Grain Belt transmission line picks up support from Illinois Farm Bureau

    Opposition to Grain Belt transmission line picks up support from Illinois Farm Bureau

    Friday, April 24 2015 11:13 PM EDT2015-04-25 03:13:30 GMT
    Efforts by the Pike and Scott County Farm Bureaus to oppose the Grain Belt Express Clean Line project are gaining statewide support. Illinois Farm Bureau agreed Thursday to intervene in the case before the Illinois Commerce Commission at the request of the two organizations and seven other county farm bureaus with members impacted by the project.
    Efforts by the Pike and Scott County Farm Bureaus to oppose the Grain Belt Express Clean Line project are gaining statewide support. Illinois Farm Bureau agreed Thursday to intervene in the case before the Illinois Commerce Commission at the request of the two organizations and seven other county farm bureaus with members impacted by the project.

  • Payson woman gets prison time for being driver in home invasion case

    Payson woman gets prison time for being driver in home invasion case

    Friday, April 24 2015 5:00 PM EDT2015-04-24 21:00:19 GMT
    A Payson woman was sent to prison Friday after she admitted to driving three men to a house on Quincy's northwest side in November where the men committed a home invasion.
    A Payson woman was sent to prison Friday after she admitted to driving three men to a house on Quincy's northwest side in November where the men committed a home invasion.
  • Yard waste sticker plan shelved as budget vote nears

    Yard waste sticker plan shelved as budget vote nears

    Friday, April 24 2015 11:30 AM EDT2015-04-24 15:30:06 GMT
    Kyle MooreKyle Moore
    A proposal by Mayor Kyle Moore to require Quincy residents to affix $2.50 stickers to each yard waste bag is being shelved for lack of aldermanic support. The Finance Committee tabled the plan indefinitely Thursday, just four days before the full City Council is scheduled to vote on Moore's $31.679 million general fund budget.
    A proposal by Mayor Kyle Moore to require Quincy residents to affix $2.50 stickers to each yard waste bag is being shelved for lack of aldermanic support. The Finance Committee tabled the plan indefinitely Thursday, just four days before the full City Council is scheduled to vote on Moore's $31.679 million general fund budget.
  • Volatility in state budget a concern for Adams County Board of Health

    Volatility in state budget a concern for Adams County Board of Health

    Friday, April 24 2015 11:25 AM EDT2015-04-24 15:25:31 GMT

    Adams County Health Department is on target with its budget nearing the midpoint of the fiscal year, but it's the next fiscal year that has Administrator Jerrod Welch worried. "A much larger concern for our department is the volatility expected in state FY2016," Welch said in a report Thursday night at the quarterly meeting of the Adams County Board of Health.

    Adams County Health Department is on target with its budget nearing the midpoint of the fiscal year, but it's the next fiscal year that has Administrator Jerrod Welch worried. "A much larger concern for our department is the volatility expected in state FY2016," Welch said in a report Thursday night at the quarterly meeting of the Adams County Board of Health.

  • Community branding meeting to be held Tuesday at Quincy Public Library

    Community branding meeting to be held Tuesday at Quincy Public Library

    Friday, April 24 2015 11:08 AM EDT2015-04-24 15:08:37 GMT
    A team of consultants developing a marketing brand for Quincy and Adams County will hold a public meeting from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Quincy Public Library.
    A team of consultants developing a marketing brand for Quincy and Adams County will hold a public meeting from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Quincy Public Library.
  • Water, sewer rate hikes likely for Hannibal Board of Public Works customers

    Water, sewer rate hikes likely for Hannibal Board of Public Works customers

    Friday, April 24 2015 9:48 AM EDT2015-04-24 13:48:35 GMT
    Hannibal Board of Public Works patrons could see hikes in water and sewer rates this summer as the agency tries to determine how to best split debt service and operating costs among customers. BPW finance director Abe Gray said the board built a 3 percent increase in water revenue into next year's budget.
    Hannibal Board of Public Works patrons could see hikes in water and sewer rates this summer as the agency tries to determine how to best split debt service and operating costs among customers. BPW finance director Abe Gray said the board built a 3 percent increase in water revenue into next year's budget.
  • Quincy company branches out with Arbor Day program

    Quincy company branches out with Arbor Day program

    Friday, April 24 2015 9:26 AM EDT2015-04-24 13:26:56 GMT
    Quincy company did something a little different this year to give back to the community. Sparked by an employee's love of trees, Trinity Containers decided to make like a modern-day Johnny Appleseed this week as part of Arbor Day celebrations.
    Quincy company did something a little different this year to give back to the community. Sparked by an employee's love of trees, Trinity Containers decided to make like a modern-day Johnny Appleseed this week as part of Arbor Day celebrations.
  • Jobless rates fall as job creation slows in Illinois, Missouri

    Jobless rates fall as job creation slows in Illinois, Missouri

    Friday, April 24 2015 9:09 AM EDT2015-04-24 13:09:36 GMT
    Unemployment continues to fall in counties in West-Central Illinois and Northeast Missouri, where rates have fallen year to year since 2010. Labor economists from the Illinois Department of Employment Security say the state's 6.3 percent jobless rate in March is down from 12.2 percent in January 2010, at the peak of the recession.
    Unemployment continues to fall in counties in West-Central Illinois and Northeast Missouri, where rates have fallen year to year since 2010. Labor economists from the Illinois Department of Employment Security say the state's 6.3 percent jobless rate in March is down from 12.2 percent in January 2010, at the peak of the recession.
  • Optional tote garbage service starts May 4

    Optional tote garbage service starts May 4

    Thursday, April 23 2015 4:53 PM EDT2015-04-23 20:53:37 GMT
    Optional flat-rate garbage service is expected to start May 4. Residents who signed up for the program will receive totes next Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. They will receive a call from the city notifying them when totes will be delivered.
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  • Twenty-two volunteers at Ellington School donate hair to help children get wigs

    Twenty-two volunteers at Ellington School donate hair to help children get wigs

    Thursday, April 23 2015 10:25 AM EDT2015-04-23 14:25:52 GMT
    Six-year-old Beijah Sowards felt bad when she learned some kids her age were losing their hair because of illnesses. So she decided to do something about it. Beijah was one of 22 students, teachers and parents who stepped forward Wednesday morning at Ellington School to donate some of their own hair to an organization that provides wigs to kids who need them.
    Six-year-old Beijah Sowards felt bad when she learned some kids her age were losing their hair because of illnesses. So she decided to do something about it. Beijah was one of 22 students, teachers and parents who stepped forward Wednesday morning at Ellington School to donate some of their own hair to an organization that provides wigs to kids who need them.
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  • Your Turn with ... Jeremy Wombles

    Your Turn with ... Jeremy Wombles

    Sunday, April 26 2015 2:01 AM EDT2015-04-26 06:01:08 GMT
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... a superhero. Typically I would pretend to be Superman or Spider-Man. What would you rather be doing right now? I like taking trips. Locally, I enjoy visiting wineries, new...
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... a superhero. Typically I would pretend to be Superman or Spider-Man. What would you rather be doing right now? I like taking trips. Locally, I enjoy visiting wineries, new...
  • Your Turn with ... Jill Moss

    Your Turn with ... Jill Moss

    Sunday, April 19 2015 1:07 AM EDT2015-04-19 05:07:58 GMT
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... a teacher. (My siblings will tell you because I liked being bossy.) What would you rather be doing right now? Running with my dogs. Shhhhhh! Don't tell anyone that ... I have an...
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... a teacher. (My siblings will tell you because I liked being bossy.) What would you rather be doing right now? Running with my dogs. Shhhhhh! Don't tell anyone that ... I have an...
  • Your Turn with ... Linda Hardy

    Your Turn with ... Linda Hardy

    Sunday, April 12 2015 1:57 AM EDT2015-04-12 05:57:36 GMT
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... a fashion designer or artist. What would you rather be doing right now? I would rather be working on a stained-glass window or sewing a quilt. Shhhhhh! Don't tell anyone that...
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... a fashion designer or artist. What would you rather be doing right now? I would rather be working on a stained-glass window or sewing a quilt. Shhhhhh! Don't tell anyone that...
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