Illinois News

Pittsfield wraps one project, considers future work

Pittsfield's Fayette Street extension project is complete. The Pittsfield City Council approved two change orders during its meeting Tuesday night, dropping the final cost of the project by about $7,000 to a total of $49,000.

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Mum's the Word

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Illinois News

Hancock County ambulance coordinator steps down

The Hancock County Board accepted the resignation of Hancock County ambulance coordinator Gabe Smeltser at its regular meeting Tuesday night.

Missouri News

Canton officials consider building sidewalk from college to shopping center

The city of Canton is considering building a sidewalk from the Culver-Stockton College campus to the shopping center near the U.S. 61 interchange.

Illinois News

Roof repairs ordered for Oakley-Lindsay Center

Members of the Civic Center Authority voted Wednesday to repair sections of the Oakley-Lindsay Center roof that leaked during recent heavy rains.

United Way's board president feels strongly about agency's role
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United Way's board president feels strongly about agency's role

Mike Elbe is a big believer in the mission of the United Way of Adams County. As president of the United Way's Board of Directors, he feels the agency serves a vital role in helping to meet the needs of local communities and the people living in them.

Missouri News

Marion commission approves slightly higher property tax for 2018

The Marion County Commission on Monday approved a 2018 property tax rate that's slightly higher than last year's rate.

Quincy City Council approves more upper story apartments
Illinois News

Quincy City Council approves more upper story apartments

This year's downtown rental rehab program will invest $141,000 in four downtown buildings where owners will spend at least $527,957 to create six upper story apartments.

Illinois News

New event seeks to replace Pike County Color Drive

Although it won't bear the same name as the traditional Color Drive, Pike County will not go without its historic fall attraction this year.

Quincy Public Schools committee looks at improvement plans
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Quincy Public Schools committee looks at improvement plans

Superintendent Roy Webb says Quincy Public Schools is moving in "the wrong direction" on truancy. "We're hoping as we continue to build community awareness and community partnerships, we'll make an impact on that," Webb said.