Diamond Cab and the Travel House of Quincy are teaming up to offer a twice-daily shuttle service between Quincy and St. Louis Lambert International Airport.
The Gran Prix of Karting's return to South Park always seemed inevitable. The Gran Prix is being resurrected next year through a joint effort of Quincy businessman Terry Traeder and the Quincy Park District. Traeder said the 2018 event will be dedicated to the memory of his late father, Gus Traeder.
Carthage Kiwanis Club's Toy Share program broke the record this year by serving 172 families. This year, 458 Hancock County children received gifts through the Kiwanis Club's efforts, twice the number of children the program served last year.
Almost 18 years ago, the Hughes Brothers and their families packed up and moved from Taylorsville, Utah, to Branson, Mo. The brothers -- Marty, Jason, Adam, Ryan and Andy -- took over Branson's former Roy Clark Celebrity Theatre.
Two of 10 lawsuits filed against the state of Illinois claim the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy knew of the presence of Legionella in its facility by July 2015 and did not notify residents nor their families. The Herald-Whig obtained the lawsuits from the Illinois Court of Claims through a Freedom of Information Act request. This story includes 140 pages of lawsuit documents.
A Liberty man convicted of one count of home invasion with a dangerous weapon will be sentenced next month. John A. Martineau, 53, faces between and 30 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections at his sentencing hearing Jan. 12.
Three people were arrested on drug-related charges after a traffic stop Thursday morning in Hancock County.
One person suffered minor injuries in a two-vehicle crash at 2:55 p.m. Thursday in Marion County.
Four Hannibal residents were arrested Tuesday after a search warrant was served in the 1300 block of Ely as the result of a methamphetamine distribution investigation conducted by the Hannibal Police Department's Anti-Crime Enforcement Squad.