Quincy woman pleads not guilty in financial exploitation case
Police & Courts

Quincy woman pleads not guilty in financial exploitation case

A Quincy woman has pleaded not guilty to one count of financial exploitation of an elderly person Wednesday in Adams County Circuit Court.

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Quincy woman pleads not guilty to multiple arson charges
Police & Courts

Quincy woman pleads not guilty to multiple arson charges

The Quincy woman arrested earlier this onth on multiple arson charges has pleaded not guilty.

City funding cuts to library linked to staff raises
Quincy News

City funding cuts to library linked to staff raises

Both sides in the budget debate over the Quincy Public Library say the numbers are on their side. Nancy Dolan, executive director of the library, said funding cuts approved Monday night will reduce agency spending to its lowest level since 2009.

Greitens case: Judge weighs disqualifying prosecutors
Missouri News

Greitens case: Judge weighs disqualifying prosecutors

An attorney for Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens told a judge Tuesday that the lies and misdeeds of a private investigator involved in one felony case against the Republican governor have also "permeated and corroded" a second case.

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Relay for Life to take place Saturday in Ralls County

The American Cancer Society's annual Relay for Life of Ralls County fundraiser will take place Saturday at Mark Twain High School in Center.

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Pike County to upgrade energy efficiency of county buildings

The Pike County Board has signed an agreement with Johnson Controls to improve energy efficiency in all county buildings.

RECIPES: Yum Factory owner grew up making treats
Food

RECIPES: Yum Factory owner grew up making treats

Melanie Aitken turned a love of baking and cooking into a business while living in northern Illinois, and now living in Quincy, she owns the Yum Factory Inc.

Weekend Masses to end at three NEMO Catholic churches
Missouri News

Weekend Masses to end at three NEMO Catholic churches

Weekend Masses are being discontinued at three Northeast Missouri Catholic churches. The Diocese of Jefferson City said in a statement Sunday that the decision stems from a shortage of priests available to serve all of the area churches.

Construction on county road south of Palmyra to include railroad crossing upgrade
Local Government

Construction on county road south of Palmyra to include railroad crossing upgrade

The Marion County Commission plans to move ahead more quickly than expected with road improvements on County Road 266 south of Palmyra to coordinate with BNSF Railway, which will be installing safety upgrades where the road crosses its tracks.

QPS committee recommends asking city, Park District to annex K-5 sites
Education

QPS committee recommends asking city, Park District to annex K-5 sites

Quincy Public Schools is considering asking the city of Quincy to annex the K-5 elementary school sites at 4100 Harrison and 48th and Columbus Road. The Building Committee on Tuesday recommended that the School Board approve making the request.