Pleasant Hill High School senior Allyson Minor wants to major in film in college. And she hopes her most recent film, a 60-second look at the effects of texting and driving, wins a scholarship.
John and Carolyn Ormond have spent many years trying to make their community better. The couple bought an aging building on Mount Sterling's Main Street and are taking advantage of the city's Facade Improvement Program to make it better.
Cortney Crawford was in for a surprise Friday when she heard a knock at her front door and saw two Quincy police detectives on her front porch. But they weren't there on regular police business.
Pamela Neff knows what it's like to not have any gifts for Christmas. Growing up with four siblings, she can remember just one year when they had presents under the tree. This year, she is making and selling Santas to raise money for Toys.
The state of Illinois has spent more than $1 million testing for the Legionella bacteria in the water supply at the Illinois Veterans Home, and the results indicate that the facility's new water treatment plant is working.
An Arby's restaurant is tentatively scheduled to open March 1 in Hannibal's Huck Finn Shopping Center.
The Burlington, Iowa, woman charged in connection with an August shooting in downtown Quincy waived her right to a preliminary hearing Friday in Adams County Circuit Court.
John Wood Community College and Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing and Health Sciences agreed Friday to work together to help fill the need for surgical technologists in West-Central Illinois, Northeast Missouri and southeast Iowa.
Test results released this week show an elevated level of lead was found in water at three Quincy schools.
Paris became Northeast Missouri's third community to meet all four standards in becoming a certified Tree City USA on Thursday.