Dave Cawthon cherished his friendship with the Rev. Roy Bauer, the longtime pastor of St. Peter Parish who passed away late Friday night. "The Quincy area lost a saint, but heaven gained one," Cawthon said. "And that's a fact." Bauer, 83, was one of the most recognized and respected individuals of the parish, even after his June 2004 retirement.
Camp Point's only family-style restaurant closed its doors for good Monday. Bailey House has faced problems since it opened in August 2012. Two months after its grand opening, the interior of the business was gutted by a fire, which took about 10 months to repair.
The Pike County Board will continue to correct some work undertaken on White Bridge by the Valley City Drainage District.
Hannibal Regional Healthcare System announced Tuesday that it is acquiring Complete Family Medicine, a primary care provider with five locations along U.S. 63 in Northeast Missouri.
The Quincy School District expects to spend more than anticipated on the first phase of asbestos abatement tied to demolition of Baldwin School. The Building Committee on Tuesday recommended the School Board approve the sole bid for the work.
A Philadelphia, Mo., man facing multiple charges in connection with the 2015 shooting death of a Hannibal man is set to go to trial next month.
A suspicious man was spotted Tuesday morning near Adams School allegedly trying to talk with children, police said.