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Opioids a community epidemic in Hannibal
People Are Dying

Opioids a community epidemic in Hannibal

Pastors James Bridges and Larry Hinds both log 70-hour workweeks fighting the growing heroin epidemic in Hannibal, but it isn't enough.

New veterans memorial being planned in Hannibal
Hannibal News

New veterans memorial being planned in Hannibal

The Hannibal Parks and Recreation Department and Veterans Service Committee are working together to design, raise funds and build a new veterans memorial in Hannibal.

Group works to preserve St. Mary Hospital bricks
Quincy News

Group works to preserve St. Mary Hospital bricks

A group of former St. Mary Hospital employees is trying to preserve a piece of the hospital's history before it's too late. As the building comes down, Blessing Hospital is donating some of the bricks to a committee for distribution to former employees an

Missouri News

Plans to build a community center in Perry moving forward

The Perry Community Betterment Organization is seeking an architectural/engineering consultant in its quest to build a community center, and it's in negotiations to buy a parcel of land in Perry where the center would be built.

Quincy News

Grand Prix plans to build on this year's success

Terry Traeder is already anxious for the calendar to turn to 2019. The rebirth this month of the Grand Prix of Karting was such a success that Traeder and his staff are already in the early stages of planning for the second round next year.

Business

Pike County testing virtual small-business incubator

Aspiring entrepreneurs in Pike County now have a new resource to get their businesses off the ground.

Fitness hearing set for Pittsfield man charged in woman's death
Police & Courts

Fitness hearing set for Pittsfield man charged in woman's death

The preliminary hearing of a Pittsfield man facing multiple charges in the death of a Pittsfield woman this month has been continued.

Two Quincy residents jailed on meth charges
Quincy News

Two Quincy residents jailed on meth charges

Two Quincy residents were arrested Friday and face charges of possession of methamphetamine.

Police & Courts

Sheriff's Department warns of phone scam

The Adams County Sheriff's Department is warning residents about a phone scam circulating the area.